A love of technology has been at the center of one donor’s personal and professional life. Now, he supports The Warhol’s efforts to impart digital media skills to a new generation.
Nicole Dezelon’s work to engage students outside the classroom is getting a boost with The Warhol’s Pop District.
A collective of African American female artists in Pittsburgh marks its 40th anniversary.
A digital time capsule at The Warhol offers a nuanced portrait of the joys, anxieties, and obsessions of Generation Z.
The 58th Carnegie International sets out to showcase not only the art but also the very individual perspectives of artists from across the globe.
With the North Shore neighborhood as its canvas, The Andy Warhol Museum has a bold and beautiful plan to create a new cultural hot spot and a place for young people to learn and thrive creatively.
Continually challenged by a worldwide pandemic, curator Sohrab Mohebbi and his curatorial associates and advisers were undaunted and maybe even uniquely inspired to again bring the contemporary art world to Pittsburgh.
A new exhibition puts a spotlight on photographer Gordon Parks’ little-known images—at once gritty and beautiful—of industrial life in 1940s Pittsburgh.
Thanks to the kindness and the commitment of a Museum of Art docent, the story of Daisy Curry didn’t end with the much-revered photo on the wall of the Teenie Harris gallery.
In Carnegie Museum of Art’s Working Thought, the language of art sheds light on the past and present of labor, class, and inequality in America.