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Art students painted concrete barriers to replace those that had been defaced by graffiti.
From museums to a Robot Hall of Fame, the region is home to many hidden gems.
The Post-Gazette has compiled the best bets for entertainment in the Pittsburgh area this season.
Three Rivers Arts Festival, Regatta, Vintage Grand Prix and Pittsburgh Pride highlight the summer festivals.
Summer brings Warhol and Pearlstein to The Warhol, Middle Eastern images to The Carnegie, and new installations to the Mattress Factory.
Summer adventures are closer than you think at local museums and cultural institutions.
“Tracing Outlines,” a film about a gallery that championed avant-garde art in 1940s Pittsburgh, debuts locally at The Carnegie this week.
Combining interactivity and literacy, the exhibit comes to Pittsburgh after a year at the Tacoma Museum of Glass in Washington state.
Black and white photographs that show the rebuilding of the Homestead Steel Works are up for sale at a New York gallery.
“Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape” at The Frick Art Museum follows the relationship between man and nature.
“Hills and Mills: Pittsburgh on Paper,” 27 landscape depictions from the Sheryl and Bruce Wolf collection, is at the Frick Art Museum.
The Frank L. Melega Art Museum has special events planned for this last day of the National Road Festival.
Kim Fox of Mt. Lebanon creates “tin quilts,” works of art that are made using cut tin and recycled wood.
Personal collection of prolific artist Aaronel DeRoy Gruber will be auctioned on Saturday at Concept Gallery.
Artist David Gilmour Blythe, who died here 150 years ago, captured crowded, dirty, busy Pittsburgh in his paintings.
Record-setting Picasso painting shows the old master challenging himself and asserting his place in the art pantheon late in life.
The Frick Art & Historical Center will hold weekly Summer Fridays, evening programs with all-ages, outdoor activities from concerts to
Comedian Brad Williams, a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, and an art walk, all on the roster for the coming week.
Lawrenceville artist Ron Donoughe to present yearlong plein air project “90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods” at Center for the Arts
Classic architecture should create synergy for Pittsburgh Fringe.
Local theater, Styx, May Market and a Pizza Fest all on the slate for the coming weekend.
#NOWSEETHIS Party celebrates the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hillman Photography Initiative with new media and music.
Keith Lo Bue will talk about his work Friday at the Society for Contemporary Craft; Martin Prekop exhibition inaugurates Sewickley gallery.
The closest campus to Pittsburgh that is closing will be the Art Institute of York, Pa.
The project became heated last fall after Chautauqua Institution acknowledged that it planned to demolish the structure and build a replica.
The great Pittsburgh photographer’s love for steel and chrome zooms through a new exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
River City Brass Band, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and IonSound Project are in town.
Painting with a Twist, a national franchise that turns art into a social event, is thriving in the Pittsburgh area.
The exhibition starts at the beginning, with a page by Jack Kirby of the Marvel superheroes’ first appearance.
Enthusiasts and novices will be bending and stretching from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 9 in Greensburg.
Marie Erickson created material for prospective mentors with the Art Expression program, including a guide book and a video.
Cameroon-born artist, political cartoonist and human rights activist Issa Nyaphaga speaks Friday at the Undercroft Gallery in Shadyside.
The homeless will benefit from the art produced by reaction to relevant social issues.
On Friday, Pittsburgh Filmmakers will present the projects of 13 students enrolled in a full-time program known as “The Intensives.”
The innovative ARTS in Motion program is being offered at Dormont Elementary School in the Keystone Oaks School District.