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Join Andy Warhol's nephew Donald for his weekly talk about his uncle's career and family history.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was a painter, printmaker and filmmaker who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. After a successful career as a commercial illustrator, Warhol became famous worldwide for his work as a painter, avant-garde filmmaker, record producer, author and public figure known for his membership in wildly diverse social circles that included bohemian street people, distinguished intellectuals, Hollywood celebrities and wealthy aristocrats.
For more information, call (412) 237-8300.
Stop by the center's gift shop to see a special display of local artist Amber Coppings' textile designs.
Hand- and machine- sewn applique details are art-inspired, geometric and are handcut from pieces of organic cottons, bamboo rayons and cotton jerseys that are hand-dyed with shibori techniques or digitally designed by Amber Coppings in her Lawrenceville studio. This allows for the most artistic expression and enhances the handmade nature of each individual piece. Other items being featured are hand-dyed infinity scarves, lightweight "Suzi" Hoodie Cape Vests and sumptuous handbraided organic cotton belts with vintage buckles.
Sale proceeds benefit the artist and the center. For more information, call (412) 361-0873.
The hot Australian band Capture The Crown fuses elements of extreme metal and hardcore punk delivered with their unique vocal style and "open chugg" guitar playing.
Tickets are available from TicketNetwork through the link below.
Tonight's session is part of an illuminating program that provides an excellent overview of the sweeping story of scripture and does it in a manageable way.
During the week participants will read 12 short pages a day, about 45 minutes (less time than many people spend commuting to and from work), then meet every Wednesday for video lessons and group discussions, encouragement and support.
This session is part of a 14-week program. For more information, call (412) 835-6621.
Enjoy performances by a group of local singer/songwriters in this weekly concert party.
Coffee and gourmet snacks will be available for purchase.
Admission is free. For more information, call Howard at (412) 798-2127.
Stop by for the Pittsburgh Banjo Club's regular rehearsal and enjoy their wonderful music for free. Food and Refreshments are available.
Founded in 1988, the Pittsburgh Banjo Club is an all-volunteer band and organization that uses banjos, trumpets, tubas and bass to perform popular music from the 1920s and 1930s.
Call (412) 321-1834 for more information. Reservations for groups is suggested.
The Pittsburgh Pirates take on the Chicago Cubs in a series of games.
Since the late 1800s, the Pittsburgh Pirates (also known as “the Bucs,” short form of the word “buccaneer”), have won nine National League Pennants, 9 Eastern Division titles --- and an impressive 5 World Series championships.
Game times and tickets are available from TicketNetwork through the link below.
This selection of recent acquisitions to the Art Department of the Hunt Institute, from the early 19th century through the present, will be placed in the context of the Institute's collection practices and the history of botanical illustration.
For more information, call (412) 268-2434.
This exhibition showcases the innovative works of Korean-born glass artist Eunsuh Choi.
Choi is a portrait artist, whose flameworked pieces are personal narratives, portraits of her own moments of growth. Through her work, she hopes that viewers will reflect on their own dreams and aspirations.
For more information, call (412) 365-2145.
This exhibition presents highlights from Carnegie Museum Of Art’s significant collection of iconic Japanese woodblock prints in an entirely new way, uniting them with Carnegie Museum Of Natural History’s holdings of exquisite Japanese carved ivories.
These collections were formed in the early years of the 20th century, motivated by European and North American acceptance of Japan as an emerging modern power and the aesthetic appeal of Japanese art to artists and collectors.
For more information, call (412) 622-3131.
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