Boris Brindar has spent the past 25 years saving the art of Pittsburgh’s churches, historic buildings and private donors from destruction.
Designation of Fallingwater and nine other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings on World Heritage List is put on hold by U.N. committee.
In a partnership between TREK Development and ACH Clear Pathways, “Camera Man” was created in a 2015 children’s summer camp.
The Symphony, Country star Luke Bryan and the ladies of Heart all hit town this weekend.
Fiberart International 2016 at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and the Society for Contemporary Craft combines innovation and tradition.
Pittsburgh opera singer hopes to incorporate dance, visual art, digital media and her own family history in “A Love Supreme” opera.
University of Pittsburgh professor hopes to create a documentary to raise the visibility of Cleveland poet and playwright Russell Atkins.
Long-time friends hope to draw attention to the plight of African Americans in Pittsburgh and provide more opportunities here for them.
Spring Hill artist hopes to beautify and provide historical perspective for the East Allegheny neighborhood on the North Side.
The Pittsburgh Foundation and Heinz Endowments will help fund 12 artists and an artist residency in the Braddock Library.
A new interactive exhibit at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History is opening the doors of discovery, if you can find it.
There is something for every taste and interest during a busy weekend of fairs and festivals.
Artist Patricia Bellan-Gillen exhibition opens at the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University.
Trek Development Group/Q Development and BET Investments brought proposals to the city planning commission Tuesday.
“Dancing With the Stars” coaches Maks and Val, “Harry Potter” music by the PSO and Gab Bonesso’s kid and adult comedy are on tap this week.
Bronze figures of a frontier scout and a Native American chief emerge from storage to anchor a new stone plaza on the North Shore.
Eric Shiner, director of The Andy Warhol Museum since 2011, will go to work in the fine-art division at Sotheby’s auction house
Pittsburgh Bicentennial celebration, Fireworks in New Castle and Bill Maher at Heinz Hall.
“A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America,” works from the Barbara Gordon collection, will open July 9 at Westmoreland Museum of American Art.
Diana Nelson Jones' Walkabout: Winner of Mount Washington competition re-envisions the Boggs, Bailey corridor
West End’s qk Architects wins design contest with grand mixed-use plan but a simple vineyard and winery could actually happen.
“Back to the Future” with the PSO, jazz trumpeter Etienne Charles, “Vanessa German: introspective” and more are on tap this week.
Police have charged Baron Batch, 28, of Homestead, with spraying graffiti along the Three Rivers Heritage Trail.
The Pittsburgh Foundation and Heinz Endowments granted support for 13 projects in the twice annual program that began in 2010.
The 2016 Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival presents music and events on four stages June 30-July 3 at Twin Lakes Park, Greensburg.
Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival brings performers, craftspersons, encampments, food and fun to Twin Lakes Park this weekend.
Downtown exhibition hails Cap’s patriotism through the years as Marvel comics does a turnabout that generates #SayNoToHYDRACap hashtag.
The Pittsburgh Glass Center will celebrate its 15th anniversary July 16 with an evening of “pourformance” and handcrafted beverages.
In-house labor cost the city nothing extra, the mayor’s administration said, but an audit by the controller put a $239,679 price tag on it.
A yART Sale, an incubator for the new musical “Dear Boy,” jazz and more are on tap this week.
Florida man offers for auction a century-old bat with the marks of Honus Wagner, the Pirates hall of fame shortstop.
The Chick Corea Trio, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performance and the WYEP Summer Music Festival all scheduled for the coming weekend.
After a $100 million renovation, the landmark has an underground garage, fitness center, high-tech meeting room and will update its theater.
A community bake oven sparks thought about urban life in Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center’s “Fallow Grounds.”
Kenny Blake jazz, author Theresa Brown, Third Coast Percussion and more are on tap this week.
A new mobile phone app allows users to learn about 99 Pittsburgh buildings from the Fort Pitt Blockhouse to the Tower at PNC Plaza.
A Washington state real estate developer purchased the 27-foot George Rickey sculpture last month for $310,000.
The Symphony, the Mavericks and the Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival all scheduled for this weekend.
Performers, R&B singers, rappers, poets and painters will all be part of the program.
A handsome exhibition at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art contains images that reflect the story of a young country.
The rain mostly stayed away this year, and vendors said that helped their sales.
Bicycle-powered platforms roll around arts fair plaza while Squonk Opera plays “Cycle Sonic” on keyboard, guitars, drums and bagpipe.
Yoko Suzuki jazz, a Noah Bendix-Balgley klezmer concerto, Jay Mohr comedy and more are on tap this week.
The exhibit brings Daniel Tiger’s neighborhood to life with the elements of imaginative and emotional exploration consistent with the show.
Downtown is boppin’ this weekend with the Three Rivers Arts Festival and Pittsburgh Pride events.
The 2016 CREATE Festival at the Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel, Downtown, will bring together artists and entrepreneurs.
Independent photographer and journalist Maranie Rae Staab shows Zaatari Refugee Camp photographs at the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts
Ingrid Schaffner, curator of the 57th Carnegie International, will travel and work with a team of curators for the art exhibition that
Artist and activist Ai Weiwei made his first public U.S. appearance in Pittsburgh after Chinese authorities returned his passport to him.
The Three Rivers Artist Market features 372 artists this year, and almost 80 are jewelers. Here are six that you don’t want to miss.
Chinese artist Ai WeiWei emphasized that to be honest in his art and accurately display the refugee crisis, he needed to personally meet