Carnegie Museum of Art
Each of these five book clubs offer a wide variety of subject matter to appeal to the interests of any reader.
Plan a hometown staycation this summer and dedicate a few days to seeing the amazing permanent exhibits at the Carnegie Museums that Pittsburgh has to offer.
President’s Day has historically been about patriotism and celebratory eating. Originally a day to mark the birthday of America’s first President, George Washington, this holiday was changed in 1968 to include all great American Presidents and combine Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson who had their own days. Since the culmination of this significant holiday, President’s Day has been associated in celebration with other patriotic holidays such as Memorial Day, Labor Day and Veteran’s Day. It is a day typically set aside to enjoy American activities. Here are a list of five ways to do just that in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A trip to the museum is far from a stodgy affair in Pittsburgh. Check out some of the most unusual museum exhibits this fall in the old Steel City for history with a side of some serious fun. The choices range from Dracula to steel mills and from World’s Fairs to inflatable tunnels.
Pittsburgh is known for its professional sports teams, but its art scene is just as impressive. If you’re looking for something different to do in the city, look no further than a visit to the art museums and the free public art around Pittsburgh. Here is the top five list of best iconic works of art in our city to get you started on your tour.
If you want to find a way to get your child excited about learning without all the mounds of homework and projects, take a look at this guide to some amazing, local classes that packs appeal to just about every kid out there.
By Rachel Booth Whether you’re into music, art, food, fashion or family, we’ve covered all your bases this weekend and the week ahead. This week, Free & Affordable Pittsburgh brings you amazing events, including a […]
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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.
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.
he Carnegie Museum of Art is marking the golden anniversary of a Holiday Tree custom that began in 1961.
The extended family of legendary photographer Teenie Harris poses for their own photographs, as cameras click at the Carnegie Museum of Art.