Wednesday, January 20, 2021

The Mattress Factory welcomes back artists for “New Installations: 40th Year” exhibit

The Mattress Factory welcomes back artists for "New Installations: 40th Year" exhibit On Friday, October 6, The Mattress Factory will host an opening reception for...
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The Spinning Plate Gallery is Set to Host Two Shows Portraying Historic Feminists

Many tremendous but overlooked feminist accomplishments have occurred throughout the month of November. The first medical school for women, the New England Female Medical...

A Slice of Life: Richard P. Williams on Dedication in Film

Written by Krista Graham, Entertainment Editor Richard P. Williams, or just Rich among his friends and colleagues has been making films “for as long as...

Jump Cut Theater hosting events for folks who are naughty and nice

By Kristy Locklin If the typical holiday festivities don’t fill you with yuletide cheer, head to The Glitterbox Theater this Friday the 13th for some...

Reinventing the Wagon Wheel: Steve Hackman Brings New Life to the Music of Bob...

The music of Nobel Prize-winning artist and legend Bob Dylan is arriving in January at the Mr. Smalls Theatre, but not in the way...

Inside a warehouse in Larimer, Michael Walsh is hard at work.      ...

Sparks fly when his blowtorch touches metal. Music is cranked to the max. Beads of sweat hit the dusty, concrete floor. This gritty, blue-collar space...

Movie Mondays: Fact and Fiction with Pittsburgh Filmmakers

It's always an adventure when one looks at the schedule of the Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Some weeks, there will be recent indie films. Other times,...

Myth and material: A Studio Visit with Brenda Stumpf – an Issue #18 re-cap

Story and Photos by: David Bernabo Bright daylight enters through the high windows of a former Methodist church--now a home art studio--gently lighting a new...

HCUAP and AIR Teaming Up for Pop Up Show to Feature Urban Artists

The Artists Image Resources (AIR) is hosting the Hemispheric Conversations Urban Art Project (HCUAP) Pop UP Exhibit this Friday, May 10 at 518 Foreland...

A Walk Through the Garden of Artificial Delights 

By Emma Vescio As a freshman in college, my extravagant, cowboy hat-wearing professor would casually drop clues about his life beyond the classroom. He was...

Soup is good food, and my rainy day, cold weather obsession

When it gets cold, I think soup! It becomes a bit of an obsession. When roving around the city and suburbs I start to...

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