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The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh’s annual exhibition is a visually dynamic representation of contemporary art being made in our region.
Part two of the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial will open with a public reception Friday at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
"Art Everywhere US" is billed as the world's largest outdoor art show and it's about to hit America's streets and public places.
Naturalist Bill Paxton depicts not just the anatomy but a bit of the soul of plants in exhibition at Phipps Garden Center in Shadyside.
Andy Warhol Museum, artist Robert Qualters and arts advocate Myron Hay Tomb will receive Governor’s Awards for the Arts in September.
This Saturday afternoon, July 26, Pittsburgh street artist/sculptor Tim Kaulen will bring a Mobile Sculpture Workshop to 1215 Braddock Ave.
“Corey Escoto: Sleight of Hand” at Carnegie Museum of Art is the first of eight exhibitions that make up the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial.
A giant scrap deer, known as the "gatekeeper," is part of the legacy of the Carrie Furnaces and is a 40-foot monument to the mill's demise.
New orientation center at The Frick Pittsburgh offers library, reading room, larger store and electronic touch screens
Seven artists challenge stereotypical conceptions of sexual identity in “Here & Now” exhibit at Silver Eye Center for Photography.
The eight-venue 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial opens its first stage this weekend with “Corey Escoto: Sleight of Hand,” at Carnegie Museum of Art.
Scottish architecture student, Hugh Ebdy, wins local fantasy art contest with digital image of a monster and woman with a red umbrella.
Scientific lab analysis at Carnegie Museum of Art of five Renaissance paintings reveals clues about their past.
Outer space is the theme of the 2-Minute Film Festival in at Carnegie Museum; Culture Club premieres Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project.
Artist and Johnstown native Jennie Thwing gives inanimate objects human qualities with stop-motion animation and music.
As a child, a Carnegie Museum curator found the engraved artifact at a dump and recently discovered that it had been stolen.
Lara Favaretto’s “Jestem,” from the 2013 Carnegie International, is among the works acquired by the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Carroll Westfall is a decorated World War II veteran who uses his talent as an artist to help him cope with the violence he witnessed.
The district is restoring some of the art, thanks to proceeds from the sale of a painting that yielded $750,000 in a Sotheby's auction.