Soup Up Next Friday Evening

Art on Tap Soup du Jour
Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, 5-8 pm

Enjoy a Soup Du Jour themed night by Elegant Catering, an Art on Tap Scavenger Hunt, and more with featured organization, Empty Bowls! Bowls will also be for sale that evening. Please bring a non-perishable food donation.

This Art on Tap also serves as the closing reception for Kim McAninch’s exhibition Head & Heart, a mixed-media series of 10 x 10 inch paintings created during the artist's multiple residencies in 2018.

Tickets: $10 members/$15 for non-members (include one drink and cash bar after).

Click here to purchase ckets or call 1.888.718.4253.

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Wednesday - Friday 11am - 7pm

Saturday - Sunday 10am - 5pm

Closed Mondays & Tuesdays, except for school groups and partner programs

Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day

Check Me Out at Klavon's

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On View at The Frick Pittsburgh in 2020

With a new year comes a new series of exciting special exhibitions here at the Frick! From 20th-century art jewelry to inspiring Japanese woodblock prints, to 19th-century British artistic visions of social change, there is so much to discover at The Frick Pittsburgh this year.

Start the season with us on Saturday, February 15 with Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry, an exquisite showcase of the innovative and imaginative jewelry of the early 1900s.

Learn more about the 2020 lineup!

Maker & Muse: Women and Twentieth Century Art Jewelry
February 15 - May 10, 2020

Child & Child, Tiara, c. 1900. Silver, citrine, enamel. Collection of Richard H. Driehaus. Photograph by John Faier. Copyright 2014 The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

Seven Masters: 20th-Century Japanese Woodblock Prints
June 6 - August 30, 2020

Kawase Hasui, Lake Chūzenji at Nikkō (detail), 1930. Woodblock print; ink and color on paper, 23 x 19 x 1 1/2 in. (framed). Gift of Paul Schweitzer.

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One Day Left to Make a Difference

Throughout the past 12 months, our supporters have given the artists, faculty and staff at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre a wealth of opportunities to rise to new heights.

They began celebrations for their 50th Anniversary, witnessed the growth of its Community Youth Scholarship students, launched a campaign to secure live music for the next 50 years and expanded its Dance for Parkinson’s program to the South Hills, among many other accomplishments.

The possibilities for 2020 are endless – but only with you in their corner. Will you help to ensure that Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre reaches more people than ever before? With your gift, they can continue to work their magic on stage, in classrooms, in our local communities and beyond.

End the year on a good note by supporting your city’s ballet. Becoming a new donor or renewing your tax-deductible gift is a quick and easy process. Time is ticking – add your name to our list of advocates before the ball drops!


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Support Artist Programming by Midnight!

There are just hours left to make a tax deductible donation to the arts community in 2019. Your donation to the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council will help local artist’s access pivotal programs that provide resources, connections, and community in the Greater Pittsburgh region.

Educational workshops providing skills on the business of being an artist
Grants that support artists’ work and goals
Access to artist consultations, community connections, and special programs like exSample
Ongoing program development that considers and addresses artists’ issues related to access, diversity, accessibility, and inclusion
Your gift makes it possible for us to serve hundreds of artists who are in need of resources and support. Make your tax deductible donation to the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council by midnight!

Thank you for supporting the Arts Council as we continue to support our arts community.
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MessFest, Carnegie Science Center’s one-of-a-kind tradition to kick off the New Year, is back! Free with general admission, the 14th annual messy celebration returns on Wed., Jan. 1 and features the slimiest, yuckiest, and gooiest activities for visitors of all ages.

From 10 am to 5 pm, visitors get hands-on (literally) with the gooey substance Oobleck, share their creative side with finger painting, and enjoy a pudding “Pi” eating contest. The Egg Drop activity invites visitors to engineer a package for raw eggs that will protect their “egg-stronauts” as the eggs hurtle over a two-story drop. It’s fun for the whole family and, best of all, parents don’t have to clean up after their kids!

Visitors are advised: You WILL get messy, so don’t dress up! Along with activity tables, visitors can experience high-energy, grossly entertaining programs in the Science Center’s BodyStage, presented by Allegheny Health Network.

MessFest is presented by PPG and sponsored by WISH 99.7.

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50% Off Membership Sale at Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

Support the arts at half the price.* Become a Trust Member today.

Through December 31, we are offering Trust memberships at 50% off for new members! Enjoy behind-the-scenes, great benefits, and be a part of sustaining the arts in Pittsburgh.

*New memberships only

Gift of $25 include a Partners Membership (regularly $25)
Gifts of $50 include a Sustaining Partner Membership (regularly $100)
Gifts of $125 include a Sponsoring Partner Membership (regularly $250)
Gifts of $250 include a Lead Partner Membership (regularly $500)
Gift of $500 include a Directors Circle Membership (regularly $1,000) 
Become a Member at 50% Off
This offer is for first-time members only. 
Already a member? Renew your membership here. For questions, email or call 412-471-3518.