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707 Penn Gallery. George A. Lipchak: New Drawings/Dibujos Nuevos.

709 Penn. Through My Eyes, through May 19.

American Jewish Museum. The Forgotten Photographs: The Work of Paul Goldman, 1943-1961, through May 31.

The Andy Warhol Museum. 6 Billion Perps Held Hostage! Artists Address Global Warming, through June 17; Buggin': Taps for Justice (exhibit on wiretapping), through July 1; Gift of Gretchen Berg: The True Story of My True Story and The Troublemakers, through Aug. 5. Plus permanent exhibits and films daily.

Art Institute of Pittsburgh. The Western Art of Denny Karchner, through May 31.

ASH Galleries. Iron City (mixed-media paintings by (omfg) lisa michelle frances considine).

Box Heart Gallery. Visual Harmony (photographer Lisa Missenda), through May 26.

Brew House Space 101. Icon Line, by printmaker Matt Forrest; Crick, by video-installation artist Ross Nugent; and "I Have Roots Here," an installation by Katherine Young, all through June 2.

Carnegie Museum of Art. Mezzotints in 18th-Century Life, through May 20. Gritty Brits: New London Architecture, through June 3. Forum 59: Phil Collins (video installation), through June 24. Viva Vetro! Glass Alive! Venice and America, through Sept. 16.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Bizarre Beasts: Past and Present, through June 3. Marshes: The Disappearing Eden (photos), through June 17. Backyard Invasion: Selected Botanical Works from the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, through July 1.

Chatham College Art Gallery. Culture in Context: African Art from the Olkes Collection, ongoing.

The Coffee House. Artwork by Tikvah Feinstein, through June 16.

The Clay Place. Dale Huffman: Further Explorations, through May 26.

Concept Art Gallery. Edward Eberle: New Porcelain Sculptures and Works on Paper, through May 26.

Digging Pitt Gallery. Marci Gehring: Flat Line, through June 2. The Graphic Tales of Prodiga diNero, through June 2. Spotlight on George Kollar, through June 2.

Digging Pitt Too. Photographic Showcase, through June. 2

Dorothy 6. Cultivating Alleyways (installations by Swoon, Leslie Stem and Chris Stain), through May 27.

EDGE Studio. Convergent Acts (display on New Hazlett Theater redesign), through May 25.

Elán Gallery. Works by Webb, Braun, Reibling, Steadman, Del Monte, Guentner, Mendel, Shames, Shipman, Beitler.

EveryOne an Artist. Reckoning with Rainbows II (work by Pressley Ridge students), through May 18.

The Framery. Visions of Spring (photographs by Amy Lamb and Alfred Ng), ongoing.

Frick Art & Historical Center. The Powerful Hand of George Bellows: Drawings from the Boston Public Library, through June 17.

Future Tenant. Uncertainties, through May 18.

Gallery on 43rd Street. Six x Six (pastels by Carol Donnelly, Karen Ferrick, Dianne Grguras, Robert Hertz, Fran Marze & Marian Sallade), through June 15.

Gallerie Chiz. Perceived Realities (mixed-media paintings by Dyer Fieldsa), through May 26. Also: work by Jean McLaughlin and Brian Fencl.

Gallerie Werner. Antique paintings, vintage photography, maps, lithographs and tapestries. Sewickley (412-741-2222), Shadyside (412-716-1390)

Gallery in the Square. Waterworks 2007 (Pittsburgh Watercolor Society members), through June 1.

Garfield Artworks. The Birds and the Bees (paintings, jewelry and fashion by Marci Gehring, Gabrielle Jesiolowski, Jenn Crawford and Amy Casey).

Hoyt Institute for Fine Arts. 34th Annual Hoyt Regional Juried Exhibition, through May 18.

Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. Virtues and Pleasures of Herbs through History: Physic, Flavor, Fragrance and Dye, through June 29.

International Images. Peter Calaboyias: Bluewaters -- Paintings, Drawings, Sculptures from the Aegean, through Aug. 31.

le Poire. Hangingbyathread (group show by local fiber artists), through May 18.

Mattress Factory. Double Consciousness (art by South Asian artists living in North America), through June 23. India: New Installations, Part I, through Nov. 25

Matthews Art Gallery. Group show (20 local artists).

Mendelson Gallery. Green (work with a floral or plant theme).

Michael Berger Gallery. Philip Pearlstein (paintings), through June 30.

ModernFormations Gallery. Bigfoot: The Art Show (group show), through May 31.

Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery. Visual Seduction (group show), through May 17.

Moxie DaDA. Reclaimed (group show of art from recycled materials), through May 26.

North Hills Art Center. Regional Show, through May 30.

Photo Antiquities. The History of Photography, ongoing.

Phipps Conservatory. Chihuly at Phipps (glass art by Dale Chihuly), ongoing.

Picturesque Photography and Gifts. Photography by Brenda Knoll, ongoing.

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Illuminations: Little and Big (Matt Marino); Muscle-iscious! (Barbara Weissberger); and Thread Through (Nicole Czapinski), all through May 27. Fiberart International 2007 (by the Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh) and Boxes II (by Group A), through Aug. 19.

Pittsburgh Filmmakers. Street (installation by Robert Beckman), through June 10. Photography by Mandy Kendall & Eno Thereska, through June 10.

Pittsburgh Glass Center. Allure of Japanese Glass, through Sept. 16.

Regina Gouger Miller Gallery. To Get To The Other Side (BFA exhibition), through May 20.

Renaissance Gallery of Fine Art. Kindred Spirits (Holly Gessler and Louisa Yee), through June 2.

Silver Eye Center for Photography. Paris on the Seine: Photographs by Bruno Requillart, through May 26. New Works by Christine Gattie and Madelyn Roehrig, through May 26.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona. The Art of Peter Frantz (sculpture), through Aug. 5; Four Lenses-Four Views (group photo show), through Aug. 19.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto. Landscape Passages: The Works of Susan Nicholas Gephart and Thomas C. Nicholas Jr., through June 3; Ron Donoughe: Essence of Pittsburgh (local landscapes and cityscapes), through June 17.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley. Face of India: Photography by Donald M. Robinson, through July 22.

UCP Center Art Gallery. Abby Seigle's Backyard Beauties, through June 8.

Watercolors Gallery. Fine Art Show, through June 16.

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Picturing What Matters: An Offering of Photographs from the George Eastman House Collection, through June 3.

Wood Street Galleries. Edwin van der Heide: Laser Sound Performance (installation), through June 2.

The Zenith Art Gallery. Theatrical Designs (stage-design renderings by Alfred Kirschman), through May 31.

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Openings

May 17

209/9 Gallery. Art for August (work inspired by the plays of August Wilson), through Aug. 31.

May 18

Associated Artists of Butler County. 73rd Annual Spring Show (group show). Members Gallery: Jason Sauer. Both through June 8.

Elán Gallery. Watercolors by Frank Webb, through June 7.

James Gallery. Glassified (12 world-class glass artists) and Reflections of Darkness (Connie Imboden photography retrospective). Both shows through June 30.

Morgan Contemporary Glass. Nonconformists (group show), through July 19.

May 22

Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts. Contemporary landscape group show, through June 29.

May 25

Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Art Stars! (work by art students), through June 8.

Chatham College Art Gallery. Papilla: A Solo Exhibition by Anna Divinsky, through June 22.

SPACE Gallery. Conflict (photography by Jason Cohn, Chris Hondros, Larry Rippel and Renee Rosensteel), through July 14.

May 29

Box Heart. Seventh Anniversary Exhibition (group show), through June 23.

May 31

The AndyWarhol Museum. Lou Reed: New York (photographs) and Personal Jesus: The Religious Art of Keith Haring & Andy Warhol, both through Sept. 2.

June 1

709 Penn. Down By Law, through June 22.

Art Institute. Michael Lotenero: Selected Work, through June 30.

Gallery on 43rd. New Glass Works by Ray and Beth Nelson, through July 27.

John Edward Gallery of Fine Arts. Amanda Washburn (oil paintings), through July.

le Poire. Work by Pittsburgh Glass Center artists and recent paintings by Joyce Werwie Perry, both through August.

ModernFormations. Anniversary Show (group show for local artists), through June 29.

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Efflorescence: The Sea After Time (glass artist Lindsay O'Leary); Totem and Taboo (glass by Judi Charlson); and Worlds Within Worlds (glass by Kaley Finegan, Christopher Clarke and Brian Frus), through Aug. 19.

Three Rivers Arts Festival. Including: Best of Pittsburgh 2007 (PPG Wintergarden) and a public-art project by Brett Yasko (Market Square), both through June 17.

Three Rivers Arts Festival Gallery. Arts festival work, through June 17.

June 2

Moxie DaDA. "Bogus Journey" Installation (interactive work by Thad Kellstadt and Michael Koehler), through July 29.

June 6

Silver Eye. The Looking Glass (group show of glass-themed photos), through Sept. 15.

June 8

Brew House Space 101 Gallery. Bare III (exhibition of figure drawings), through June 30.

Concept Art Gallery. Glass 2007 (group show), through Aug. 25.

Mattress Factory. Annual Garden Party: Garden of Delights.

Regina Miller Gallery. Glassnost (work in glass), through July 13.

June 10

Mattress Factory. Family and Community Day (free admission).

June 15

Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Tashi Delek -- Journeys & Juxtapositions (paintings by the Bhutanese artist), through July 13.

June 16

Digging Pitt. Maggie Aston (paintings) and Out Six: Selections from the Files (work from the flat files). Both through Aug. 18.

Diggin Pitt Too. Big F**king Thing: John Eastman @ Digging Pitt Too (abstract paintings), through Aug. 18.

June 22

Associated Artists of Butler County. Second Annual Painted Hog Show (open-call group show), through July 20.

Watercolors Gallery. New Works by Barbara Kern Bush, through Aug. 4.

Wood Street Galleries. Echo (installation by Michael Hardesty), through Sept. 15.

June 23

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Made in Pennsylvania: A Folk Art Tradition, through Oct. 15.

June 24

Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Akiko Kotani: Drawing with Silk and Graphite, through Oct. 15.

June 26

Box Heart Gallery. Songs (Paintings by International artist Luis Corchon), through July 21.

June 28

UCP Center. Work by Ian Gingrich-Gaylord, through July 27.

June 29

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto. Outside the Centers/On the Edge (touring group show of Pennsylvania artists), through Sept. 30.

June 30

Melting Pot Show. Non-juried open-call show at Trinity Gallery, DNA Gallery, Musee de Monoian and The Framery, through July 7.

July 1

Art Institute. John A. Johns: A Retrospective, into August.

July 6

Art2. Joint event from Penn Avenue Arts Initiative's Unblurred and the Lawrenceville Artists' Studio Tour. Multiple galleries. Through July 7.

ModernFormations. We Could Have Killed But We Created (work by Ben Kehoe, Rob Larson and Mike Egan), through July 27.

July 7

North Hills Art Center. Spirit of America, through Aug. 22.

July 8

Hoyt Institute. A Sampling of Contemporary Mid-Atlantic Artists, through Aug. 3.

July 24

Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Lessons of Love (work by D. Zoe Shutka and her students), through Aug. 10.

July 24

Box Heart Gallery. The 11th Annual Sacred Art Exhibition, through Aug. 18.

July 27

Renaissance Gallery of Fine Art. City Ward (Sandra Ward), through Aug. 24.

Aug. 1

Art Institute. Annual Student Show, into September.

John Edward Gallery. Watercolors by Glenda Washburn, through Aug. 31.

Aug. 2

UCP Center. Work by Kerry Gaydos, through Aug. 24.

Aug. 3

Art2. Joint event from Penn Avenue Arts Initiative's Unblurred and the Lawrenceville Artists' Studio Tour. Multiple galleries. Through Aug. 4.

Associated Artists of Butler County. Threads (open-call fiber-arts show). Members Gallery: Allison Zehmisch (fiber-art dolls). Mezzanine Gallery: Sharon Thomas (fiber and jewelry). All shows through Aug. 31

ModernFormations. Firsthaunt (sound installations by David Bernabo), through Aug. 31.

Aug. 4

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley. Nature, Form and Spirit: The Unique Furniture of George and Mira Nakashima, through Nov. 11. Patricia Le Helmick: Changing Perspectives (Chinese water-ink landscapes), through Nov. 11.

Trinity. Kevin Clancy (mixed media) and Marty Ressler (painting), through Sept. 15.

Aug. 7

Hoyt Institute. Work by colorist Wolf Kahn, through Sept. 28.

Aug. 10

Watercolors Gallery. Plein Air Painters of Western Pennsylvania, through Sept. 22.

Aug. 17

Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Altoona. Artists in Our Midst (local artists), through Nov. 4.

Aug. 18

Art and 'Tiques on Hatfield. Second-annual street open market for Lawrenceville businesses and artists, between 47th and 48th streets (412-687-2458).

Planet Art Gallery. Thematic Development: Art Inspired by Music (oils, pastels and watercolors by Peggi Habets, Barbara Curry, Scott Hunter and other local artists), through Aug. 31.

Aug. 21

Sweetwater Center for the Arts. The River (group show about the Allegheny River), through Sept. 8.

Aug. 21

Box Heart Gallery. More Organic Pop (3-D paper collage by Ron Witkowski), through Sept. 15.

Aug. 30

UCP Center. Work by Nick Tallo, through Sept. 28.

Aug. 31

Regina Miller Gallery. Nakashima Revealed: The Carnegie Mellon Collection (furniture by George Nakashima), through Oct. 28.

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona. Vintage Photographs of William H. Rau (work dating to 1891 by the official photographer of the Pennsylvania Railroad), through Nov. 18.

Sept. 1

John Edward Gallery. Peg Panasetti (watercolors), through Sept. 30.

Sept. 7

Associated Artists of Butler County. Annual Nature & Wildlife (open-call show). Members Gallery: Portrait Show. Both through Oct. 5.

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Index

  • 209/9 Gallery. Downtown, 412-258-2700.
  • 3rd Street Gallery. Carnegie, 412-276-5233.
  • 707 Penn Gallery. Downtown, 412-325-7017.
  • 709 Penn Gallery. Downtown, 412-281-8723.
  • The Andy Warhol Museum. North Side, 412-237-8300.
  • Art2. Friendship/Garfield and Lawrenceville. 412-441-6147.
  • Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Downtown, 412-263-6600.
  • ASH Galleries. Lawrenceville, 724-575-6330.
  • Associated Artists of Butler County. Butler, 724-283-6922
  • Box Heart Gallery. Bloomfield, 412-687-8858.
  • Brew House Space 101. South Side, 412-381-7767.
  • Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History. Oakland, 412-622-3131.
  • Chatham College Art Gallery. Chatham campus, Shadyside. 412-365-1106.
  • The Clay Place. Carnegie, 276-3260.
  • The Coffee House. Moon Township, 412-423-9511.
  • Concept Art Gallery. Edgewood, 412-242-9200.
  • Digging Pitt Gallery. Lawrenceville, 412-605-0450.
  • Digging Pitt Too. Lawrenceville, 412-605-0450.
  • DNA Gallery. Lawrenceville, 412-683-2925.
  • Dorothy 6. Braddock, 412-951-0622.
  • EDGE Studio. Garfield, 412-345-5005.
  • Elán Gallery. Sewickley, 412-749-0427.
  • Everyone an Artist. Lawrenceville, 412-681-2404.
  • The Framery. Lawrenceville, 412-687-2102.
  • Frick Art & Historical Center. Point Breeze, 412-371-0600.
  • Future Tenant. Downtown, 412-325-7037.
  • Gallerie Chiz. Shadyside, 412-441-6005.
  • Gallery in the Square. Shadyside, 412-361-3808.
  • Gallery on 43rd Street. Lawrenceville, 412-683-6488.
  • Garfield Artworks. Garfield, 412-361-2262.
  • Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts. New Castle, 724-652-2882.
  • Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. Oakland, 412-268-2434.
  • International Images. Sewickley, 412-741-3036.
  • John Edward Gallery of Fine Arts. Export, 724-325-2577.
  • James Gallery. West End, 412-922-9800.
  • le Poire. Crafton, 412-921-0912.
  • Matthews Art Gallery. Bellevue, 412-7610301.
  • Mattress Factory. North Side, 412-231-3169.
  • Mendelson Gallery. Shadyside, 412-361-8664.
  • Michael Berger Gallery. Point Breeze, 412-441-4282.
  • ModernFormations Gallery. Garfield, 412-362-0274.
  • Morgan Contemporary Glass. Shadyside, 412-441-5200.
  • Moxie DaDA. North Side, 412-682-0348.
  • Musee de Monoian. Lawrenceville, 412-578-0545.
  • North Hills Art Center. Ross Township, 412-364-3622.
  • Phipps Conservatory. Oakland, 412-622-6914.
  • Photo Antiquities. North Side, 412-231-7881.
  • Picturesque Photography and Gifts. Lawrenceville, 412-688-0240.
  • Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Shadyside, 412-361-0873.
  • Pittsburgh Filmmakers. North Oakland, 412-681-5449.
  • Pittsburgh Glass Center. Friendship, 412-365-2145.
  • Planet Art Gallery. Mount Lebanon, 412-343-3808.
  • Regina Gouger Miller Gallery. Carnegie Mellon campus, Oakland, 412-268-3618.
  • Renaissance Gallery of Fine Art. Carnegie, 412-279-0411.
  • Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Sewickley, 412-741-4405.
  • Silver Eye Center for Photography. South Side, 412-431-1810.
  • Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona. 814-946-4464.
  • Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto. 814-472-3920.
  • Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley. 724-238-6015.
  • Space Gallery. Downtown, 412-325-7723.
  • Three Rivers Arts Festival (and Gallery). Downtown, 412-281-8723.
  • Trinity Gallery. Lawrenceville, 412-687-2458.
  • UCP Center Art Gallery. Oakland, 412-683-7100.
  • Watercolors Gallery. Downtown, 412-201-4003.
  • Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Greensburg, 724-837-1500.
  • Wood Street Galleries. Downtown, 412-471-5605.
  • The Zenith Art Gallery. South Side, 412-481-4833.

Other Exhibits

Babushkas and Hard Hats Tour. A Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area tour on the immigrant experience. June 2, July 21, Aug. 4. 412-464-4020, x32.

Bost Building. Masters of Their Domain: Little Steel 1750-Present (about the smaller companies that made steel), ongoing. Homestead. 412-464-4020.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Carnaval! (carnival celebrations around the world), June 23-Jan. 6, 2008. Oakland. 412-622-3131.

Carnegie Science Center. Risk!, ongoing. Also permanent exhibitions, Omnimax theater and more. North Side. 412-237-3400.

Carrie Furnace Hard Hat Tour. The Carrie Furnaces, in Rankin, are a National Historic Landmark. June 9, July 14, Aug. 11. Sept. 15. Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area. 412-464-4020, x 32.

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. Canine Agility & Obedience Show, June 2. How People Make Things opens June 16. Birds of Prey (Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania demonstration), June 28. Ironwork Demonstration, June 30. Also permanent exhibits and more. North Side. 412-322-5059.

Pump House. Site of the battle between workers and Pinkertons during the 1892 Homestead Lockout and Strike. Homestead. Forgotten Pittsburgh (photography by Brian J. Krummel), Saturdays in June. 412-464-4020.

Sen. John Heinz Regional History Center. Metamorphosis: The Life Cycle of a Glass Bead, through July 14. Capturing the Moment: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs, through Aug. 5. Soul Soldiers: African Americans and the Vietnam Era, through October. Plus permanent collections, Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum and more. Strip District. 412-454-6000.

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