Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
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.
Downtown is home to many fantastic art galleries and four times a year, those galleries open their doors for free for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Gallery Crawl.
Along with the events and performances taking place throughout Pittsburgh, remember that there are gallery crawls taking place, in two art-rich neighborhoods.
Twenty-five years have passed since the old Stanley Theater was re-born as the Benedum Center.
Thousands of people packed into the Cultural District Saturday night to ring in 2012 at the Highmark First Night Pittsburgh celebration, put on by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
More than a quarter million people have already used ParkPGH on their smart phones or computers to find an open parking spot in real time, but now the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust with help from Carnegie Mellon University is offering something new.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Art Gallery Crawl is one of the best times to visit downtown Pittsburgh as people young and old come out to see locally created art — from painting and photography to sculpture and sometimes even performance art or robotics! Held quarterly throughout the year, the next crawl is this Friday night. Here’s a quick look of what you can expect from someone who (tries to) never misses one!
It has been more than 30 years since the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has played at the Three Rivers Arts Festival and the crowd favorite is finally returning this year.
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Pittsburgh’s Cultural District has many shows appropriate for the whole family. If you’re looking for something that you and your children will enjoy, there are many performances coming into downtown Pittsburgh. Note: For productions in the Cultural District, both children and adults need tickets.