<i>Firelei Baez: Bloodlines</i> tackles race, gender and history at The Warhol

Firelei Baez: Bloodlines tackles race, gender and history at The Warhol

Degraded images and lost memories are the show’s guiding concepts

 

A Children’s Museum exhibit teaches kids about the Cold War

“I really want children to enjoy the atmosphere of espionage.”

Silver Eye’s Fellowship 17 impresses

Photographers Kris Sanford and Francis Crisafio offer different takes on identity

Art and artifacts are the backdrop for the Carnegie Museum of Art’s new weekly yoga classes

“We want visitors to experience the museum in many different ways.”

Checking in with Bassem Youssef, “the Jon Stewart of Egypt”

Satirist co-headlines Pittsburgh Humanities Festival

Jackie Hoysted explores belonging at BoxHeart

Hoysted simultaneously excites a detail-driven brain and massages a grief-stricken heart

Pittsburgh Humanities Festival runs March 24-26

Guests include writers from The Onion, rock critic Robert Christgau and local comics creators Ed Piskor and Yona Harvey

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