From the Moogerfooger to the Theremini, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is lending an array of electronic music gadgets. We got a chance to preview some of the new instruments.
Composer Laura Kaminsky and artist Rebecca Allan discuss nature, political art, and the Pittsburgh Opera’s upcoming performance of Kaminsky’s As One.
Through the Workers Book Shop in Uptown and its affiliated Workers School downtown, Pittsburgh Communists in the 1930s found a space to organize, agitate—and have a little fun.
Smoke, electricity, micro-organisms. Fashion designer Iris van Herpen takes inspiration from the natural world and uses unnatural techniques to bring her work to life.
Conductor Edward Leonard, co-founder of the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh, breaks down the costs of a musical production.
Long-distance collaborators Barbara Weissberger and Eleanor Aldrich use illusion to play with material and material to play with illusion.
Buy This Art spotlights local artists and frames Pittsburgh’s art market. Today, photographer Hannah Altman creates a unique edition of sewn photographs.
“I think it’s a waste if this business opens up and it makes money and my staff can’t afford to pay their rent in a city with ever-growing living costs,” says The Vandal owner Joey Hilty.
Blending vocal performance and visual art, the duo of Anwenique Wingfield and Julie Mallis prepare A Love Supreme for its New Hazlett Theater debut.
Comics are not just an engaging storytelling medium, illustrator Marcel Walker shares—they have the power to educate.
In the rugged Laurel Highlands, a natural mountain spring has been diverted to feed the hatchery operations at Laurel Hill Trout Farm.
In this second part of his Close-Up, Spencer Geer steps into a singer-songwriter role with “Leaving.”
Hidden Hills Dairy owner Lori Sollenberger shows us the process of making Reblochon, a cheese with a crafty medieval backstory.