August Wilson Center
Along with the events and performances taking place throughout Pittsburgh, remember that there are gallery crawls taking place, in two art-rich neighborhoods.
Africa meets Appalachia in a vibrant exhibit at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
When holiday schedules wind down next month, it’ll be time to get back to the other events that feed your mind. With so many museums, dance and theater companies, and an active writers’ community, there is always something to satisfy your cultural itch.
There’s more to the city’s Cultural District than Heinz Hall and the Benedum Center; in fact, several other venues showcase must-see visual art. Blogger Susan Constanse spotlights some hot art events and exhibits to get your culture fix this summer!
Pittsburgh’s annual celebration of the arts, the Three Rivers Arts Festival, gets underway this Friday; and with ten days filled with films, exhibits, artists’ booths, and live music performances, there’s sure to be a little bit of something for everyone.
After getting a standing ovation from a crowd of 500 at the August Wilson Center, Rev. Louis Farrakhan, of the Nation of Islam, addressed the controversy over his invitation.
When Bev Smith opens radio show on the Friday for a town hall meeting, Minister Louis Farrakhan will be on the panel of guests and that is stirring a controversy.
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