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Presented by The Waterfront at The Waterfront
The Waterfront is hosting an official ribbon cutting event to celebrate the completion of “A Walk Through History," painted by local muralists Max Gonzales and Shane Pilster, on Friday, September 22 from 11 a.m.-1p.m.
Presented by Pittsburgh Opera at Bitz Opera Factory
Rising Stars is the community’s first opportunity to meet the incoming Pittsburgh Opera Resident Artists.
Presented by The Parking Pad at McCormick Dorman VFW Post 694
Bringing the rock, reggae, and ska jams to Dormont for the first time ever!
Presented by Texture Contemporary Ballet at New Hazlett Theater
Texture Contemporary Ballet's Children's Performance of Unyielding Now consists of excerpts from the mainstage production plus a fun, interactive portion on stage with the dancers!
Presented by Pittsburgh Area Theatre Organ Society at Keystone Oaks Auditorium
Pittsburgh Area Theatre Organ Society will kick-off the PGH Silent Film Festival with Buster Keaton's "Our Hospitality" with live theatre organ.
Presented by Office for Public Art at Allegheny Landing
Hosted by Pittsburgh Creative Corps artist Christiane Dolores, Rumbón de la Calle is an ensemble of locally based world renowned percussionists and drummers of the African diaspora emulating the community gatherings of their respective countries.
Presented by Spotlight at Unknown
We’re excited to announce the first in-person monthly jam session for Spotlight, a space for Pittsburgh-based LGBTQ+ theatre artists to take center stage.
Join us to experience the energy and power of dynamic movement by the incredible artists of Texture Contemporary Ballet!
Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures at Carnegie Lecture Hall
Made Local with Lynn Emanuel, in conversation with Toi Derricotte
Presented by Write Pittsburgh at Online/Virtual Space
In this four-week online workshop for adult writers, we'll use classic myths and fairytales to develop skills as speculative storytellers.
Presented by Office for Public Art at The Frick Pittsburgh
Writer Sherrie Flick will lead participants on a walk and write tour of Frick Park. Participants will follow a wandering stream and think about stream of consciousness writing and the seen and unseen waterways in the city.
The free, informal Song Shops feature the Resident Artists of Pittsburgh Opera.
Presented by Prime Stage Theatre at Homewood Cemetery
Experience the history of Pittsburgh legends who are buried at The Homewood Cemetery!
Presented by Associated Artists of Pittsburgh at Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Exhibition Space
Join us for the opening of Cutting Holes For Eyes, a show by Nicole Czapinski and Centa Schumacher.
Presented by Office for Public Art at 10.7 Marina
Artist Monica Cervone McElwain will lead this kayak tour to Turtle Cove, a small inlet in the Allegheny River, to see sculptures and artwork left by the Cove's visitors.
Presented by Shana Simmons Dance at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve
A premiere film screening with live dancers on a nature walk, this dual-medium production encourages engagement in environmental concerns and brings awareness to the top issues within Pittsburgh.
Presented by Contemporary Craft at Contemporary Craft
Join us for a family-friendly day of art and eco-friendly, hands-on activities!
Presented by Clear Creek Creative at Tree Pittsburgh
Ezell: Ballad of a Land Man is an environmental, cultural and spiritual parable derived from living in the foothills of Appalachia.
Presented by Chamber Music Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh Playhouse at Point Park University
Chamber Music Pittsburgh presents the Jerusalem Quartet, one of the most highly acclaimed string quartets performing today, with playing that “has everything you could possibly wish for” (BBC Music Magazine).
Words & Pictures event with Jon Klassen, author of The Skull
Presented by River City Brass at Linton Middle School
Join River City Brass for an evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein, plus other Broadway favorites!
Presented by River City Brass at Carson Middle School
Presented by Associated Artists of Pittsburgh at Tomayko Foundation
In Partnership with the Tomayko Foundation
Workshop coinciding with Cutting Holes for Eyes