The Fayette County Historical Society has opened a "speakeasy" as part of its "People of the Pike" exhibit, highlighting the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage and the start of Prohibition.
To mark Teacher Appreciation Week, which starts Monday, the Senator John Heinz History Center and its family of museums will offer free admission for teachers and educators during the month of May.
After being held virtually in 2020 because of the pandemic, the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival will be returning this year with some in-person events, it was announced Thursday morning.
The “abridged” and now “revised” production of all of William Shakespeare's plays will be on stage and available to stream from the Greensburg Civic Theatre (GCT).
"Generation," St. Vincent College’s student-run literary and art magazine, will hold a virtual launch party and open-mic reading at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 13, over Zoom.
Pittsburgh Opera will present the first-ever Pittsburgh performances of George Frideric Handel’s “Semele” at its headquarters in the Strip District May 8-20.
Voices: Celebrating the Beauty and Diversity of America’s Literary Landscape will offer its fourth round of author readings on Thursday, April 22, at 8 p.m.
Carnegie Science Center is accepting nominations for the 25th annual Carnegie Science Center Awards, an annual program honoring inspiring scientists, technologists, educators, business leaders, and innovators who are making a difference in the region and beyond.
An associate professor at St. Vincent College has authored a new book entitled “A Manager’s Guide to Using the Force: Leadership Lessons from a Galaxy Far Far Away.”
The State Museum of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Heritage Foundation are inviting artists and craftspeople to submit applications to exhibit their work in the annual “Art of the State.”
Harvard professor Dr. Cornel West will join author and cultural critic Jeff Chang as the featured speakers at California University of Pennsylvania’s 15th Hip-hop Conference, which will take place virtually April 13 and April 15.
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh and MuseumLab have launched a new outdoor exhibit created by Pittsburgh-based interactive artist Owen Lowery.
In recognition of Autism Awareness Month, the Senator John Heinz History Center will host its first-ever “Sensory Friendly Days,” April 18-19.
Over more than a year into a pandemic that has forced us to isolate ourselves from the everyday activities once taken for granted, we have all experienced oddities that could fill a book detailing life during lockdown.
Greensburg Civic Theatre’s Greasepaint Players present a family show this weekend that leads a teacher’s students to a better appreciation of her.
Submissions are open for the Joe O’Connor Poetry Series, an initiative to discover and publish the work of local poets sponsored by Eulalia Books, a poetry-in-translation publisher housed at St. Vincent College.
The Department of Culture, Media and Performance at California University of Pennsylvania will present a virtual Evening of Creativity at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
To celebrate Women’s History Month and explore the achievements and obstacles of women artists, Pittsburgh Glass Center (PGC) will host a virtual panel with She Bends founder Meryl Pataky and six additional women who are neon artists on Friday, March 26 at 6 p.m.
Stage Right! Professional Theatre Company in Greensburg presents the musical comedy, “Pirates of Penzance” at the Science Hall Theatre at Westmoreland County Community College March 26-28. The show will be both in-person and live-streamed, ensuring that the experience will be fun for those watching at the theater and in their homes.