Summer is a great time for kids to jump right into all types of art activities. The Pittsburgh region is a great place to be engaged in art camps, crafts, painting and pottery classes. There are a host of art centers, art studios and museums to learn all aspects of the art world, and have fun at the same time. Festivals and art shows provide an educational experience to learn about the techniques of the artisans.
Pittsburgh has a host of fantastic art and craft shows, wine festivals and outdoor activities during Spring. Let these events reintroduce you to the nice warmer weather activities that Pittsburgh has to offer.
This could be your chance to get a Warhol.
There are some new opportunities for artists and this year’s Three Rivers Arts Festival.
A whole new generation of young women is making their mark on Pittsburgh in medicine, business, performance arts and through good works.
Pittsburgh Steeler Baron Batch is living out his dream. And the kid from West Texas has quickly made Pittsburgh home.
Cartoonist Joe Wos, owner of the “Toonseum” in Downtown Pittsburgh, is nearing completion of a 30-foot, hand-drawn maze.
A mural was dedicated to the city today.
The 2012 Via Music and New Media Festival is underway in Pittsburgh.
Andy Warhol once said, “art is what you can get away with.” Pittsburgh’s art curators are custodians of some of the most diverse collections in the world. See the best in the area by referring to this list.
Over the past ten years, there have been several Pittsburgh area exhibits of Teenie Harris’s photographs, ranging from adorning the walls of lobbies and libraries, to galleries in the Cultural District. The August Wilson Center has a continuing exhibit, where Harris’s photographs can be viewed any time.
There are several great options for art lovers in Pittsburgh during February. If you like a little variety in your art diet, step around town to take in a lecture, attend an opening, or just while away an afternoon.
Visit some Pittsburgh museums where art meets technology, where technology is aesthetic, and where the history of technology is preserved.
Have you heard? The Steel City has a new title. The Washington Post just named Pittsburgh the new “In” city.
Pittsburgh-based artist Bovey Lee has been transforming blank sheets of rice paper into intricate two and three-dimensional works of precision since 2005. She took a few moments to chat with CBSPittsburgh.com about her creative process and more!