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Local artist Adrienne Borkowski debuts her first solo exhibition, showcasing her painstakingly created collages.
The artist envisions an interior and creates the room to the most minute detail. These interiors have a Victorian feeling and an Old World appeal. They are mounted on wood and coated.
For more information, call (412) 687-2458.
Many of the artists participating in the Black River African Dance Conference perform beautiful music and dance from the West African nations of Guinea, Senegal and Mali.
Presented by the Balafon West African Dance Ensemble, which provides an insightful, woman-centered perspective on West African tradition and culture as a source of healing and balance. For more information, call (412) 204-7068
Discover the excitement of competing on a dragon boat team in this two-day program.
A dragon boat is a human-powered watercraft originating in China. Dragonboats are the basis of the team paddling sport of dragon boat racing an amateur watersport which has its roots in an ancient folk ritual of contending villagers held over the past 2000 years.
Presented by Steel City Dragons, an organization that races human powered wood craft called dragon boats. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This somber 1968 film centers on a mild-mannered part-time sheriff (Jimmy Stewart), whose town becomes terrorized by a group of bandits. Henry Fonda, Inger Stevens and Gary Lockwood also star.
For more information, including screening times, call (724) 349-6112.
Take part in Pittsburgh's first art fair promoting the discussion of photography within the contemporary and fine art market.
Meet twelve internationally known dealers to exhibit museum-quality prints and photo-based art spanning the history of the medium, from nineteenth-century vintage prints to contemporary photography, as well as photographic books and photo-based magazines.
For more information, call Evan Mirapaul at (646) 436-4698.
Meet at Stage AE for this annual fundraising walk that benefits local health and human service agencies in Pennsylvania.
The Highmark Walk For A Healthy Community began in 2013 as a way for non-profit organizations to work synergistically to raise funds to support their community mission.
Presented by Highmark, a nonprofit healthcare company and the largest health insurer in Pennsylvania. For more information, visit www.walkforahealthycommunity.org
Kids are welcome to join the folks from the Andy Warhol Museum --- the largest museum dedicated to a single artist --- to create unique artwork using collage and acetate.
The acetate imagery will be spring themed which will include bugs and floral patterns.
Presented as part of the Pittsburgh International Children's Festival, a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust to open children's eyes to a world of new cultures and ideas. For more information, call (412) 456-6666.
Come to a celebration of the sport and art of marbles.
As the nation's center of glass production for more than 100 years, this is also a region with a tradition of marble making and collecting. There are also more than three dozen national marble champions from Allegheny County.
Meet past champions and learn their tricks for success in the ring. See the work of current marble makers and take home a new treasure or maybe a collectible. And learn from a noted author on the subject.
The day also includes the premiere of a new documentary film which looks at two Pittsburgh boys as they compete at the local level and then for the national championship. For more information, call (412) 454-6000.
Take part in this enlightening workshop to learn about the origins of a stoneware pitcher featured in the museum's long-term From "Slavery To Freedom" exhibit and then decorate your own replica to take home.
"From Slavery To Freedom" highlights the history of the anti-slavery movement, the Underground Railroad and the impact of 19th century activism on the modern quest for civil and human rights in Pittsburgh.
The program includes a tour of the exhibit and all materials needed to decorate and glaze your own replica of the piece. To register, or for more information, call Sarah Rooney at (412) 454-6433.
Discover some of the South Side's best bars and taverns while making new friends helping people with autism.
Autism is a disorder of neural development that is characterized by impaired social interaction and communication and by restricted and repetitive behavior. Every 15 minutes, another family receives the devastating news that their child has an autism spectrum disorder.
Proceeds benefit Autism Speaks, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of autism. Tickets are available from Brown Paper Tickets through the link below.
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