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Nearly a decade ago, revered filmmakers PJ DeBoy and John Cameron Mitchell linked up for a film called “Shortbus”–an erotic comedy that paints the picturesque tale of several young New Yorkers and their sexcapades. The film received rave reviews;...

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This spring, local artist Michael Walsh debuts his first solo exhibition since relocating to Pittsburgh last July. At the early age of 25, Walsh founded the “Horizons” art gallery and design studio in his hometown, which fueled his...

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Critically acclaimed sex advice columnist, Dan Savage, has (perhaps, unknowingly) become a pioneer for bedroom freaks and sexual deviants everywhere… For over a decade running, his lucrative amateur film fest–appropriately titled “HUMP!“–has swept the nation; and there’s...

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PGH Tech Council Creates Opportunities in 2016

February 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

Andy Warhol once said: “Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it”–a statement which holds true in every sense. This year, we’ll be shown a bit more of the hidden beauty created by artists right...

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From humble beginnings to captivating celebrations, Carnegie Mellon University‘s Lunar Gala is once again upon us. Since its inception, the student-run CMU collective has tapped into its campus’s immense creatives, cultivating an annual showcase to...

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Well over a decade ago, husband and wife Nicole Capozzi and Joshua Hogan set out to create an outlet for burgeoning artists in multiple career stages and facets. Their mission was to make connections through...

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On January 21, CMOA invites Pittsburghers to step into Third Thursdays, the premier of their 2016 event series and the first of many collaborative endeavors they’ve got planned for the year ahead. The museum’s new...

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A Preview of the 2016 Warhol Winter Sound Series

December 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

2016 is fast approaching; and this winter, music and art enthusiasts alike will have the opportunity to revel in the New Year with fresh discoveries. The Warhol Museum’s annual Winter Sound Series is underway, and...

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This fall, the Pittsburgh Society of Artists (PSA) is gearing up to celebrate its 50th Anniversary and Annual Exhibition at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PCA). Throughout its 50-year history, PSA has remained committed to diversity. Its 300-member, all-volunteer...

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From our thriving local music circuit, to forward-thinking artists, to hot spots where we can chow down, it’s clear that there’s no shortage of creativity in our city. Each year, ‘Burgh residents anticipate catching a glimpse of one medium in...

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The Lawrenceville Art Studio Tour

November 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

In celebration of Lawrenceville’s 11th Art Studio Tour, the neighborhood-based event will swing open many studio doors throughout the community for a free day of creative engagement, open to all. Tour-goers will have unrestricted access to 19...

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The Movement Series @ Wood Street Galleries

November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

19th century French novelist Emilie Zola once wrote: “If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.” Art comes...

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