Wednesday, November 21, 2018

In Trump’s America, the Westmoreland Dares to Take on Immigration Debate Through Art

As debates over DACA and other immigration issues shake up Washington DC, the Westmoreland Museum of American Art takes a stand on this contemporary...
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A World of Wearable, Interactive Sculptures: H. Gene Thompson and Arvid Tomayko bring “Apart...

  Cloaked in a series of expanding and contracting fabrics — jarringly colorful and somehow nostalgic — are three performers: H. Gene Thompson, Ru Emmons, and Anna Azizzy. As...

Crafting Dialogue: Social Justice and the Arts at Contemporary Craft

Janet McCall is as sincere as they come.  She believes in humankind, and the possibility for communities to foster growth and healing.  Janet serves...

#LOCALartIs Ash Nicholson

Ash Nicholson is a local photographer, artist, and poet born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Currently residing in Moon Township, she is now a...

In Her Own Words: Ellen Chisdes Neuberg Talks Design, Hollywood, Economics and Life After...

In a 2,000 square foot former laundromat in the trendy neighborhood of Shadyside is GalleriE CHIZ. Over the 22 years that it was in...

From the Ground Up: John Eastman Leads the Way for Art-Centric Community Development in...

In Swissvale, like many other Pittsburgh neighborhoods, there’s a series of old brick houses, a quaint little public library, a couple convenience stores, and...

Bringing BOOM to You

When I walked into BOOM Concepts to talk to co-founders Thomas Agnew and DS Kinsel, it was the night before the opening of the...

Pittsburgh Takes Miami by Storm: The Boxheart Gallery and Mine Factory Shine at Aqua...

Amidst the breezy setting of a South Beach hotel in the middle of bustling Miami, gallery owners, artists and...

Unleashing a Chimera: Three Local Artists Exhibit at Boxheart’s Distortion

Animal bones, ghost-like women, and the disapproving grimaces of burly men fill the room of the Boxheart Gallery’s second floor in the latest exhibition...

On Looking & White Noise at 707/709 Brings Traditional Art to a Post-Election World

Walk into 707 and 709 Galleries this week, and you will enter a dual exhibition - one a series...

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