Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
The Pittsburgh Pirates have been drawing huge crowds on the North Shore all season, but there’s something else that’s still attracting large numbers.
An art installation in downtown Pittsburgh is shut down indefinitely after visitors were having seizures.
On Friday afternoon, it happened. The first sighting of the giant Rubber Duck for the folks waiting at The Point.
Up until now, all we’ve been able to show you are shots of a 54-foot duck, which visited the harbor in Hong Kong. The one that’s docking here is just a bit smaller.
The day many people have been waiting for is finally here: the arrival of the giant duck.
Pittsburgh is about to get a visit from a 40-foot-tall rubber duck. The duck will sail to the Clemente Bridge for a Friday night party, kicking off the Pittsburgh Festival of Firsts, sponsored by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Follow these five artists, art enthusiasts and museum and non-profit staffers to see why Pittsburgh is known as an up-and-coming city in the world of art.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is holding a contest to determine what bike racks will look like in the Cultural District.
A whole new generation of young women is making their mark on Pittsburgh in medicine, business, performance arts and through good works.
Promoted as the largest single day celebration in the region, First Night will feature more than one hundred acts performing in more than 50 locations throughout the Cultural District.
With the Three Rivers Arts Festival less than 24 hours away crews are in motion. They’re putting up tents, tables and stages all over Point State Park, Gateway Center and throughout the Cultural District.
Each June during the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburghers descend on downtown in search of one-of-a-kind art and inspiring music. The annual Three Rivers Arts Festival promises to deliver all of that and more once again from Friday, June 3 through Sunday, June 12.