A new play explores the truths and myths of illegal immigration.
By Justin Hopper
A new exhibition highlights the crossroads of contemporary art and science
Intimate Science goes from mushroom bricks to genetically modified carnations
Parallel Universe explores alternatives just out of reach at Wood Street Galleries
The show lets you get cocooned in shrink-wrap or summon robotic insects with a virtual typewriter.
The Miller Gallery lends the Pittsburgh Biennial a collaborative edge.
To see Transformazium's work is to imagine not these bricks, but the ideas, hopes and dreams of Braddock's residents as worthwhile.
Long Are the Days, Short Are the Nights
At Wood Street, Icelandic artists showcase their multimedia skill with light, sound and a contemplative pace.
Veteran poet and indie publisher Don Wentworth releases his first book.
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