Pittsburgh Glass Center
Whether young or old, there is a hands-on way to participate and experience the values that Martin Luther King, Jr. represented.
Father’s Day is more than a special day to honor dads of all ages. It is also a great way to experience the vast opportunities inherent to the Pittsburgh region.
If you’re looking to take one of your fellow art aficionados on a date in the Pittsburgh area, here are some of the hot spots to do so.
There is more than candy, cards and cookies to be shared on Valentine’s Day because being together with the family is a wonderful sharing experience.
Christmas is about sharing with others, and there’s no better way to express that feeling than to make gifts from the heart. This season, learn how to make unique gifts that include pottery, artwork, jewelry, photography, arts and crafts and novelty items. Visit galleries, hobby boutiques, glass works studios, photography exhibits, art studios, and candle, fabric and card stores to purchase items that focus on creativity on a family budget. These are the best places to create your own Christmas gifts in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh, the town that brought you some of the world’s most well-known artists (Andy Warhol, Virgil Cantini, Mary Cassat) is proud to present some of today’s most talented up-and-coming artists.
Whether you want to try your hand at making glass art yourself or simply want to gaze at the brilliant glass art by others, Pittsburgh has the resources for you from glassblowing classes to glass-art galleries.
By Rachel Booth During the depths of Pittsburgh’s chilly weather, it’s nice to find lots of fun, and of course affordable things to help you think warm and happy thoughts! On this week’s Free & […]
By Rachel Booth Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrates the life and legacy of a man who brought a message of hope and healing to America. On this week’s Free & Affordable Pittsburgh segment on […]
Some of the best new art by local artists is on display in just a few short blocks along Penn Avenue between N Matilda St. and S. Negley Ave. in Friendship. They range from the highly polished Hodge Gallery at the Pittsburgh Glass Center to Garfield Artworks, with its selection of emerging artists.