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Outer space is the theme of the 2-Minute Film Festival in at Carnegie Museum; Culture Club premieres Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project.
Scientific lab analysis at Carnegie Museum of Art of five Renaissance paintings reveals clues about their past.
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.
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.
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.
Neko Case, a restored “A Hard Day’s Night” from the Beatles, Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra presents “Summer Sparklers” ...
The BETA Project at Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes makes the connection among art, nature and all of our senses.
Mr. Hunt, who had served as the board's vice chair since 2012, succeeds Lee B. Foster.
The PCA yART Sale’s featured artist, Kathleen Zimbicki, plans to sell her accumulated works at bargain prices and burn what’s left.
An exhibit opening Saturday at The Frick Pittsburgh features works on paper by Degas plus art produced by a number of contemporaries.
A reception for an exhibition of drawings by Richard Claraval will include improvisational dance by a Pittsburgh duo slowdanger.
Welcoming the community into The Frick has been a hallmark of Mr. Bodine’s leadership. "He has made it a beautiful oasis for everyone.”
The idea for the art in Mr. Dandridge’s first exhibit, a stylistic throwback, came from “absolute fear.”
Using infrared technology, experts discover the portrait of a mystery figure,
The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival shows a bustling Pittsburgh from Point State Park to Penn and Liberty avenues.
Artist Roland Kulla’s exhibit of paintings of bridges will be on display at James Gallery in the West End through July 19.
The show features a giant character called Lady Pneumatica and inflatable symbols, percussion and a lung accordion.
In the Three Rivers Arts Festival, the project by Pittsburgh native Candy Chang was launched in 2011 and has spread to over 60 countries.
The quality works in a variety of styles are a good middle ground between Artist Market wares and the concept-driven public art.