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<i>Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs</i>, at Mattress Factory, explores the common spirituality, oppression and strength of people of color in South Africa and the United States

Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs, at Mattress Factory, explores the common spirituality, oppression and strength of people of color in South Africa and the United States

The exhibit includes Pittsburgh-based artists Alisha B. Wormsley, Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson and Chris Ivey

PULLPROOF studio aims to provide printmaking tools to the Pittsburgh arts community

“We're all working artists and can't cram the work we need to have done into tight slots of time.”

Lauren Valley’s Electric Women project provides a space for women of color

“I was looking for a community that didn’t quite exist.”

Adman: Warhol Before Pop at the Andy Warhol Museum continues through Sept. 2

The exhibition layers Warhol’s commercial work with his personal life during the 1950s while living in New York City

7 Days of Art

SPACE’s Marx@200 explores the German philosopher and what we can learn from his theories

“I think it’s an important point in time in human history to reflect on Marx.”

Art All Night moves to new South Side location

“Part of art is getting messy.”

Pittsburgh Earth Day kicks off with Fourth Annual Ecolution Fashion Show

There can be sustainability in art and fashion.”

Carnegie Museum of Art releases artist list for Carnegie International

“The International is sort of about checking in on the mediums of contemporary art.”

Recommended: virtual reality escape-the-room game I Expect You To Die

In the first mission, you’re trapped in a car that's trapped inside an airplane.

Radiolab host Jad Abumrad speaks at Carnegie Library and Lecture Hall on Fri., April 6

“You’re trying to somehow get to those essential tiny little fragments that then allow you to have an actual conversation.”

Ephemeral, by Sara Catapano and Hannah Pierce, at BoxHeart Gallery explores life and death through clay

“They are both making comments on society in their own way.”

Pittsburgh designer Elaine Healy debuts collection at Vancouver Fashion Week

“There’s always something new to be done.”

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