CURRENT707 and 709 Penn Galleries. You Will Arrive (work by Kara Skylling), through June 17.
937 Gallery. Terracotta CoLab (explores the intersection of historical architectural terracotta and digital fabrication), through May 26.
The Andy Warhol Museum. Adman: Warhol Before Pop (300 objects on display — from rare drawings and photographs to vintage advertisements, artist books and recreated department store window displays), through Sept. 2. Also: permanent exhibits.
August Wilson Center. Abstract Minded (works by six contemporary African artists)
BNY Mellon Gallery. Lest We Forget: Black Americana and Cultural Memory in the Age of the Hyperreal
1839 Gallery. Naomi Chambers: Communal Future; Darkness Giving Life (various works from the Art Lending Collection at the Braddock Carnegie Library)
Claude Worthington Benedum Gallery. All exhibits continue through July 22.
be Galleries. Mhuntary M. Mazziotti: All the Paintings, through June 30.
Carnegie Museum of Art. Visions of Order and Chaos: The Enlightened Eye (combines new acquisitions and longtime gallery favorites from CMOA’s 1750-1850 collection), through June 24. Teenie Harris Photographs: Service and Sacrifice, through May 28. Hiroshige’s Tōkaidō Road (55 prints from the first [Hōeidō] edition of Hiroshige’s Fifty-Three Stations of the Tōkaidō.), through July 22. Deana Lawson (a combination of photographs and appropriated-image installations by the Brooklyn-based artist), through July 22.
Contemporary Craft. Quadrennial: Four Years of Spectacular Buckles from the U.S. and Abroad (a selection of work from the past four World Champion Belt Buckle competitions), through August 25, Studio Gallery. Visual Voices: Truth Narratives (work from 35 selected ceramic artists), through Aug. 18, Main Gallery.
Gallery on 43rd Street. Bright Blessed Day/Dark Sacred Night (pastels by Diane Grguras), through June 30.
Hoyt Center for the Arts. I Am. We Are. (photographic journal of Lawrence County’s Diamond Girl program), through June 12.
Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation. Dr. Charles Dorat and His Unrealized Central American Medicinal Flora, through June 29.
Lawrence Hall. Paintings by Lisa Bergant Koi, an Associated Artists of Pittsburgh show, through June 3.
Mattress Factory. Rhizome: Intrastructure (Alex Hibbitt); Stations (Ezra Masch), through June 3. Solar Grow Room (Meg Webster); Sculpting Gravity (Allan Wexler), through July 29. A Selection from the Greer Lankton Archive, ongoing.
Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery. Teapots! (12th annual invitational), through May 26.
North Hills Art Center. Regional show, through June 8.
Panza Gallery. "Human Plus" (drawings and sculpture by Richard Claraval), through May 31.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Johnstown. Pictures: A Student Art Exhibition, through June 1.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Ligonier. Ritual Abstractions: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Collection of Anne M. MacDougall, through Aug. 5.
SPACE Gallery. Marx@200 (marking Karl Marx’s 200th birthday with more than 25 works by artists from around the world.), through June 10.
Sweetwater Center for the Arts. site/sight (photographic works from artists who are concerned with humanity's complex relationship to place), through June 8.
UnSmoke Artspace. Unfolding (Sarika Goulatia and Mia Tarducci), through May 27.
Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Tell Us Your Immigration Story (highlighting stories through writing, audio and photographs), through June 3. The Art of Giving: Selections from the Richard M. Scaife Bequest, through Aug. 5.
Wood Street Galleries. Macular - Cycles (four room-sized kinetic light installations, including three world premieres), through June 17.
MayBoxHeart Gallery. Discovery: Sonja Sweterlitsch, Premonition: Juliet Pusateri, May 29-June 29.
Hoyt Center for the Arts. What You See: June Edwards, Susan Krause & Barbara Westman (three bodies of work exploring materials, textures and structures), May 29 to Aug. 2.
JuneUnblurred Gallery Crawl. Penn Avenue, Bloomfield/Friendship/Garfield, June 1.
Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. With performances, public art, a juried visual-art exhibition and more, June 1-10.
937 Gallery. Camouflage (artists use a variety of materials to address the idea of concealment and disguise in a physical, digital or sometimes cultural form), June 1-10.
Future Tenant. I’m Not With Him (visual exhibition curated by Christina Lee.), June 1 to July 22.
Pittsburgh Glass Center. Making the Ordinary Extraordinary, June 1 to July 29.
Silver Eye Center for Photography. Fellowship 18: Soohyun Kim, Tamsen Wojtanowski, Anastasia Davis, June 1 to Aug. 11.
Carnegie Museum of Art. Teenie Harris Photographs: Around the Clock, June 2 to Sept. 3.
Spinning Plate Gallery. Ancestry.art, June 8-24.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Johnstown. Seeing Our Scene: Artists and the Pennsylvania Landscape, June 8 to Aug.17.
Mattress Factory. Urban Garden Party, June 15.
Panza Gallery. Physique: Construction of the Human Form (Pittsburgh Society of Artists), June 9-29.
Percolate. Creating Space for Joy, created and curated by Julie Malis. June 22 to Aug. 31.
Sweetwater Center for the Arts. Mountain Muse (contemporary works in traditional media by artists who reside in the Appalachian Mountain Region), June 23 to July 30.
JulyCultural District Gallery Crawl. Downtown, July 6 (Pittsburgh Cultural Trust).
Unblurred Gallery Crawl. Penn Avenue, Bloomfield/Friendship/Garfield, July 6.
BoxHeart Gallery. John Shook, July 10 to Aug. 10
Hoyt Center for the Arts. Rebecca & Nancy Hawkins: Quaker Sisters (paintings from everyday life), July 19 to Aug. 30.
AugustUnblurred Gallery Crawl. Penn Avenue, Bloomfield/Friendship/Garfield, Aug. 3.
BoxHeart Gallery. In the In-Between: Nicole Renee Ryan; Puja: Augustina Droze, Aug. 16 to Sept. 21.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Ligonier. Doreen Currie: Plein-Air Paradigm, Aug. 17 to Nov. 4.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of American Art at Ligonier Valley. Two Decades’ Delights: Highlights from 20 Years of Exhibitions at SAMA-Ligonier Valley; Art from the Heart: A Celebration of SAMA Ligonier Valley’s Founders, Aug. 18-Nov. 5.
Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Artists Who Teach (highlighting the work of more than 50 contemporary artists who teach at Carnegie Mellon University, Chatham University, St. Vincent College, Seton Hill University, Westmoreland County Community College and the University of Pittsburgh), Aug. 25 to Nov. 25.
SeptemberUnblurred Gallery Crawl. Penn Avenue, Bloomfield/Friendship/Garfield, Sept. 7.
OTHER EXHIBITSCarnegie Museum of Natural History. We Are Nature: Living in Anthropocene, through Sept. 3.
Carnegie Science Center. Permanent exhibits including Highmark SportsWorks, roboworld and Rangos Omnimax Theater. Also: BodyWorks (about the human body), H2Oh! Why Our Rivers Matter, SpacePlace, Exploration Station and more.
Center for Postnatural History. Exhibits about genetic engineering and the like, ongoing.
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. Permanent exhibits plus attractions and activities including: The Pigeon Comes to Pittsburgh: A Mo Willems Exhibit, through Sept. 2; Tough Art (original interactive artworks), ongoing; and Thomas & Friends: Explore the Rails, through Sept. 9.
Fort Pitt Museum. Permanent exhibits on the French and Indian War and more.
Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village. Permanent exhibits include archaeological site with 16,000 years of human habitation and recreations of a Native American village and 19th-century settlers’ village.
National Aviary. Birdly (virtual-reality flight-simulator), ongoing. Plus Penguin Point, Tropical Rainforest, Wetland and other permanent exhibits.
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden. BioBlitz (annual scientist-led biological survey), June 10. Butterfly Forest, through Sept. 3. Tropical Forest Congo, ongoing.
Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area. Saturday and Sunday tours of historical Carrie Blast Furnace continue weekly through October. Friday tours of Carrie continue weekly through August. See website for other tours and events.
Heinz History Center. Visible Storage (artifacts from the museum’s collection), ongoing. Also: Heinz, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, Pittsburgh: A Tradition of Innovation, From Slavery to Freedom and other ongoing exhibits. Also houses the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum.