Artists from around the world, all inspired by Andy Warhol, will display their work in Pittsburgh. A new show is opening at the Andy Warhol Museum this weekend called, “Regarding Warhol, Sixty Artists, Fifty Years.”
The district attorney visited the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium today, as part of his investigation following the death of Maddox Derkosh last month.
A whole new generation of young women is making their mark on Pittsburgh in medicine, business, performance arts and through good works.
The work of astronauts comes to life in a new, permanent exhibit at Carnegie Science Center. “Space-Place” features full-size replicas of the International Space Station.
The escape of several rare African Painted Dogs from their main exhibit area temporarily shut down the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Saturday morning.
Princess Diana is a cultural icon for her royalty, philanthropy and dramatic life. Over the next few days, Pittsburghers can get a better sense of who Diana was as a person, not just a princess, as the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show hosts the “Diana, The People’s Princess” exhibit.
With dozens of original illustrations on exhibit, as well as a selection of books, Draw Me a Story explores a century in the history of children’s book illustration.
It all starts with a turn of the creaky old wheel – that triggers the giant catapult and the massive teeter totter that hurls bowling balls into the air.
Time is running out to catch a featured exhibit at The Andy Warhol Museum that blends art with sports. “Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports” runs through Sunday, August 7, so if you haven’t seen it yet, you’d better get there this week!