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

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

Regarding the fantastical fashions of Iris van Herpen

Is a given piece less significant as art because it is additionally fashion?

At SPACE, Doubt makes you look twice — and then look again

Every piece is more at second sight

Artists rallying to resist Trump

“It’s like doing a show, really.”

Arts groups mobilize to save federal funding

“There seems to be a disregard for free speech.”

Angela Washko and Hacking/Modding/Remixing as Feminist Protest

“I try to learn about the motivations of those who feel threatened by women’s liberation.”

Edward Eberle Retrospective at Contemporary Craft

It’s among the more beautiful solo shows in years

A Carnegie exhibit asks visitors to contribute interpretations of artworks

The stories might be droll, obnoxious or nonsensical



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