|707/709 Penn Gallery
|709 Penn Gallery
|Andy Warhol (7th Street) Bridge|
|Art Institute of Pittsburgh Gallery of Art
|Arthur Murray Dance Studio
|August Wilson Center
|Bricolage Production Company
|Cabaret at Theater Square
|Caricatures & Portraits by Sam Thong
|City of Asylum
|Fort Pitt Block House|
|Fort Pitt Museum
|Future Tenant: A Space for Art
|Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
|Mattress Factory Museum|
|Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center
|New Hazlett Theater
|Phillip Injeian Violin Shop
|Pittsburgh Film Office|
|Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation
|Pittsburgh International Children's Theatre
|Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company
|Pittsburgh Public Theater
|Point Park University
|Shaw's on Liberty
|Society For Contemporary Craft
|The Andy Warhol Museum
|The Mozart Room at Heinz Hall
|Three Rivers Arts Festival
|Wood Street Galleries
In late 2008, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust transformed the last standing adult bookstore on Liberty Avenue into a dedicated arts space. Built in the late 1920s, over the years 943 Liberty Avenue housed a variety of retail businesses, from home furnishings to hardware and for a brief time, during the 1960s, this space was an arcade and then used as an accordion school.
Now owned and operated by the Trust, the 943 Liberty Avenue showcases exhibitions curated by the Trust's visual arts department.
Call for the most up-to-date hours.
One of only two major arts institutions in the world named for Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright and Pittsburgh native August Wilson, the August Wilson Center engages regional and national audiences in its mission of preserving, presenting, interpreting, celebrating and shaping the art, culture and history of African Americans utilizing the rich history, legacy and culture of African Americans from Western Pennsylvania as a foundation.
From its new home in a vibrant Cultural District, the sleekly modern August Wilson Center offers multiple exhibition galleries, a 486-seat theater for performances in all genres, an education center for classes, lectures and hands-on learning, and dazzling spaces for community programs and events. The Center is a place like no other for experiencing theater, dance, music, history, film, literature, visual art, interactive education and spectacular entertainment, all under one roof.
* Call for gallery hours.
City of Asylum creates a thriving community for writers, readers, and neighbors. They provide sanctuary to endangered literary writers, so that they can continue to write and their voices are not silenced. They offer a broad range of literary programs in a variety of community settings to encourage cross-cultural exchange. They anchor neighborhood economic development by transforming blighted properties into homes for these programs and energizing public spaces through public art with text-based components.
A grand re-opening of the Fort Pitt Museum will take place in mid-April (2010). Visit the Senator John Heinz History Center Website for details.
When an exhibit is ongoing, we are open Tuesday through Sunday, 12:30-6 pm. Be sure to check out their current programs for more information on the hours of specific shows.
For a schedule of films playing at the Harris Theater, visit www.pghfilmmakers.org.
See Website for show times.
Check Website for performance times.
NK is a community focused organization committed to supporting female contemporary artists in an environment that promotes cultural and creative exchange.
NK offers regular exhibitions, public art projects, special events and outreach programs. Unique to the center is a residency program for New Zealand women in the contemporary arts.
NK is housed in an historic church and includes housing for visiting artists and guests. NK also rents its newly renovated grand hall and gallery for special events (inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recognized as one of the nation’s most innovative and effective non-profit historic preservation organizations, PHLF works to:
- identify and save historically significant places;
- revitalize historic neighborhoods, towns, and urban areas;
- preserve historic farms and historic-designed landscapes; and
- educate people about the Pittsburgh region’s rich architectural heritage.
PHLF offers free tours of notable destinations in our city, including tours of the bridges and river shores, historic buildings, Cultural District and more!
If you're intersted in a tour, contact the PHLF directly.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company is committed to developing and showcasing the works of local playwrights; from accomplished masters like August Wilson and George S. Kaufman to promising new talents. We seek to nurture a racially and culturally diverse community of playwrights, directors, actors and technical specialists to hone their craft and to network creative opportunities. Finally, we support a racially and culturally diverse management staff and board of directors who, together, promote audiences that reflect the rich variety of our Pittsburgh community. Through such sharing of talents, resources, perspectives and experiences we aspire to provide artistic enlightenment that will strengthen our civic community.
Presenting contemporary art in craft media by international, national and regional artists since 1971, the Society for Contemporary Craft offers cutting edge exhibitions focused on multicultural diversity and non-mainstream art, as well as a range of classes, community outreach programs and a fantastic retail store.
The Society for Contemporary Craft (SCC) remains one of the nation’s only non-profit institutions focused on contemporary craft. Since. SCC has organized more than 140 thematic exhibitions featuring work by more than 1400 nationally and internationally renowned artists. Additionally, SCC’s support of culturally diverse and underrepresented groups has resulted in many exhibitions by self-taught, Native American, Korean, and African- American artists.
Members - Free
Adults - $20, Sr. Citizens - $10, Children/Students - $10
Good Fridays (5:00 - 10:00 p.m.) - Half-price musuem admission
The mission of the ToonSeum is to celebrate the art of cartooning. Our goal is to promote a deeper appreciation of the cartoonists and their work through hands-on workshops, community outreach, cartoon-oriented educational programming, and exhibitions of original cartoon art.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust operates Wood Street Galleries, which features multi-disciplinary artists from all over the world. Located above the T-Station at Wood Street and Sixth Avenue, Wood Street Galleries also houses the Trust's shared office space program which provides a home and tools for small arts organizations.
Wood Street Galleries relies on our patrons' support to make this event and all other activities possible. Please support Wood Street Galleries to
ensure that we can continue to provide Pittsburgh with high quality cultural events.