Category Archives: Downtown

ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak Out

Title: ENOUGH Violence: Artists Speak OutLocation: Society for Contemporary Craft 2100 Smallman Street Pittsburgh, PALink out: Click hereDescription: The arts have the ability to stem the dangerous epidemic of violence that is plaguing our society. ENOUGH Violence gives voice to

“The Patron Saint Of White Guys That Went Tribal And Other Works”

The Andy Warhol Museum presents Pittsburgh artist and tattooist Nick Bubash in his first solo museum exhibition: a recreation of Bubash’s studio and a collection of found-object sculptures revealing “a playful approach to the artist’s practices and sardonic sense of

Midnight Radio Jr. Episode 2: Mad Science Lab!

A megalomaniac scientist toils in a laboratory to concoct a diabolical scheme to take over the world! A bolt of electricity and a drop of a secret potion bring to life a terrifying monster with a heart of gold. Giant

Call & Response

May 17 – August 31, 2013 | Tues. – Sat. 11am – 6pm Free and open to the public Call & Response is an exhibit of eight oil paintings by local artist Marlana Adele Vassar. An August Wilson Center Fellow

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Summer Youth Intensive

The Afro- American Music Institute July 1 – 12, 2013 from 9 AM until 3pm Sign up now for two wonderful weeks of musical instruction for dedicated students! During each fun-filled day, youth will benefit from instruction in Music Fundamentals,

Afro American Music Institute

The Playground Project

Part of the upcoming 2013 Carnegie International, The Playground Project is a richly illustrated exhibition exploring the history of postwar playground design and highlighting important examples of playgrounds from the 20th century. The survey focuses on the years between 1940

Roads Of Arabia

An eye-opening look at the largely unknown cultural history of the Arabian Peninsula, this exhibition draws on recently discovered archaeological materials never before seen in North America. The exhibition showcases the Arabian Peninsula as a conduit for the spice and

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Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre Present “Our Class”

Apr 10, 2013 – May 04, 2013 From April 10-May 4 at the Henry Heymann Theatre, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre presents “Our Class,” Tadeusz Slobodzianek’s play about a group of schoolchildren forced to grow up in a discomboulation of

Mountain Explorer Dinner Train

Jul 06, 2013 5:00 PM Enjoy a great meal on your trip to the High Falls of Cheat. Cost: $72 Regular seats $82 Parlor Car Where? Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad 315 Railroad Ave Elkins, WV 26241 View map »

Robert Dick Solo Recital

Event Name : Alia Musica Present Robert Dick in Solo Recital Event Date : April 4, 2013 Event Time : 7:30pm Event Location : Bricolage Theatre Master flutist and composer Robert Dick joins ensemble Alia Musica Pittsburgh to revisit his

Easter Egg hunt

Fun events for the family. Open to the public to join until Thursday. However must RSVP to event page on Facebook because the public option will close on Thursday. Event Name : Hoppy Easter Egg Hunt Event Date : March

Release the hounds

Pittsburgh photographer Harry Giglio is offering for exhibit and sale his fine art photographs of greyhounds who were rescued and adopted into homes through local rescue organization Steel City Greyhounds (SCG). SCG will receive a percentage of all sales at