Iranian post-Pop sensation Farhad Moshiri brings his wide-eyed view of the world to The Warhol.
Teenagers find fun, inspiration, and tolerance at The Andy Warhol Museum’s fourth annual LGBTQ+ Youth Prom.
Artist and Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Bradford Young takes Teenie Harris’ Pittsburgh as his subject, hoping to “crack the code” of the master documentarian.
Abigail DeVille is an artist unafraid to dig deep. Whether creating paintings, sculptures, installations, or performance works, she’s constantly scavenging for unwanted materials that surface histories and communities similarly cast aside. “I’m interested in telling invisible histories,” she says. Born and raised in the Bronx, New York, the borough she still calls home, DeVille has … Continued
Sparking a future in STEM Call it a grand finale, and then some. On June 28, Carnegie Science Center announced a $7.5 million gift from PPG and the PPG Foundation to its SPARK! Campaign—the single largest donation in the history of the Science Center. The record-breaking gift, which will help fund the creation of what … Continued
Last April I found myself on the stage of Carnegie Music Hall, questioning Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning novelist Annie Proulx about why it’s important for writers of fiction to tell stories about humanity’s relationship to nature. That evening was part of an extended event series, Carnegie Nexus’ Strange Times: Earth in the Age … Continued