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Harrisburg students create social justice quilt displayed at MLK Government Center

A class of Harrisburg third grade students created a social justice quilt last year with hopes to bring awareness and make a change.

By Aniya Faulcon

Copyright or copycat? Lawsuit over Andy Warhol portraits are headed to the U.S. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the United States announced Monday it would hear the case of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts v. Lynn Goldsmith.

By Bill O'Driscoll/WESA

Pittsburgh-based ‘Deaf Brown American Mom’ gets her biggest solo art exhibit

Artist Fran Ledonio Flaherty work is on display at the SPACE gallery in Pittsburgh.

By Bill O'Driscoll/WESA

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Pittsburgh ranks #2 for the growth of its ‘creative class,’ and the boom may be just beginning

Pittsburgh is becoming one of the nation’s emerging tech centers

By An-Li Herring/WESA

Stolen Margaret Keane painting recovered after 50 years

Artist Margaret Keane enjoys great fame around the world for her works featuring subjects with large eyes, a style that ignited a movement and earned great commercial success. 

By Merideth Bucher

Visitors are returning to Pittsburgh museums, sometimes at pre-pandemic levels

The coronavirus pandemic is as big a challenge as most Pittsburgh arts groups have ever faced. But while performance troupes are only just beginning to resume indoor, in-person performances, many of the city’s museums say attendance has been rebounding for months.

By Bill O'Driscoll/WESA