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Pittsburgh sees an uptick in young artists relocating here

Pittsburgh sees an uptick in young artists relocating here

Affordability and arts funding are among the draws

Homecoming: Artists and Adaptation at the Brew House Association

A group exhibit marks the return of a gallery to the Brew House

Scavengers: New Paintings by Seth Storck at The Gallery 4

Much of it is seething with an energy that defies containment

Andrew Ooi’s folded-paper sculptures at BoxHeart

One shape merges with another to create grids, quilts and ladders whose strength is palpable

Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty at the Frick

A touring retrospective explores the less-seen work of a pioneering photographer

Funky Turns 40 at the August Wilson Center

The show recalls a time when animation finally depicted black people as people

Program matches local artists with immigrants and refugees

“There’s something incredibly valuable about inserting artists into communities in an in-depth way.”

Natasha Neira’s This Isn’t About You at 709 Penn Gallery

An immersive “bedroom” exhibit tells a fascinating story

Wall Paintings: Storytellers at SPACE

A dozen artists interpret the theme in mural-sized works painted in a day

Past Present Future: Western Pennsylvania’s People and Places at Silver Eye Center

A rich and sprawling show looks backward, around and forward

Heather Kanawa’s Investigations of Life at BoxHeart Gallery

Mixed-media works pulsate with life

#Pixburgh is an urban portrait in widely sourced photographs

History Center exhibit reflects moments from daguerreotypes to the iPhone era



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