Scaife Gallery 17 celebrates stories of creative life in Pittsburgh. Since its inception in 1895, Carnegie Museum of Art has collected works made in, about, and for Pittsburgh. Each object in this exhibition sheds light on the many ways that artists, whether local or passing through, engage with the people, landscape, and built environment of the city.
The Warhol welcomes the Pittsburgh-based indie/folk/pop quartet Ryan Hoffman and the Pioneers. Their latest record, Into the Alps, demonstrates their intricately crafted and layered orchestrations that effectively blend arpeggiated guitars, lush vocal melodies, and unexpected and understated dynamics.
Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge (detail), 1903, Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, Museum Purchase
How the haze of industry inspired Monet and his contemporaries—sometimes driving them back to the same subject, again and again
The history and collections know-how of longtime Warhol archivist Matt Wrbican has already helped fill many books. Now the Pop Art archaeologist is filling his own book with an A-to-Z account of Warhol’s world.
The future of design is about function, style, and choice—for all.
Da Vinci The Exhibition makes a case for the wandering mind. Being insatiably curious about absolutely everything is what defined Leonardo da Vinci.
Things to Do
Super Science Saturdays
Get up-close with dinosaurs, discover secrets of DNA, and learn what it’s like to be a scientist in the field.
The Rangos Giant Cinema
Meet your new favorite theater, showing educational films and Hollywood blockbusters on the biggest screen in Pittsburgh.
Live Music at The Warhol
Artists and bands from around the world who blur genres of contemporary independent music.
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