Carnegie Museum of Art
By Rachel Booth Who said you can’t have fun and learn something at the same time? Even better, why not learn a little and save a lot! On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment […]
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.
The Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History and the Sen. John Heinz History Center will offer free admission on Saturday to those who print out a ticket online. The promotion is part of Museum […]
The second half of the 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial is about to get underway; and for those unaware, this annual event gives local artists the chance to showcase their masterpieces.
Want to build your mental muscles up a bit? Drawing from life, or figure drawing, no matter what your skill level, can help you hone your observation skills.
Oakland is home to many historical buildings, museums and art installations. From dinosaurs to memorials, a surprising variety of art is around every turn. Here are five must-see art installations…
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The museums of Pittsburgh offer something for everyone’s interests! Whether you’re 9 or 99, like art or airplanes, there’s a museum around Pittsburgh for you.
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If you’re into cultural events – whether it’s a trip to the symphony or a musical to an outdoor concert or a neighborhood ethnic food festival – Pittsburgh has something for everyone. But even though many people are well-versed in what the city has to offer, there are some things that fly under the radar, according to PopCity.