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Don’t Miss Your Chance to See the CMOA’s 20/20 Exhibit for Free
With tumultuous stories in the news and big discussions happening throughout our country over the past year, many people have been seeking solace in art. The Carnegie Museum of Art’s 20/20 exhibit, a collaboration with the Studio Museum in Harlem, aims to address these issues head-on with an incredible collection of works by 40 artists […] [more]
Party in the Park: PITTONKATONK
When Pittonkatonk was described to me last year by a friend I was intrigued and confused. One part brass music. One part community festival. One part day in the park. One part BBQ potluck. All the components sounded fun, it just seemed like something that you would expect to find in Brooklyn, not Pittsburgh. Loud […] [more]
The 2013 Carnegie International
Since 1896, The Carnegie International has been bringing the likes of Pissaro, Miro, Pollack, Rodin, and other spectacular artists to exhaustive to list to the people of Pittsburgh in the longest running contemporary art exhibition in the world. It’s latest iteration running through March 16, 2014, the collection lives up to its storied past. […] [more]