Stealing the Spotlight
Pittsburgh isn't shy about celebrating the work of its legendary artists at institutions like the Andy Warhol Museum and the August Wilson African American Cultural Center. And with more than 1,000 arts and cultural organizations, world-class performing and visual arts venues, and a prolific filmmaking industry, the city is adding to its legacy of artistic excellence each day – and fostering a new generation of artists and arts patrons in the process.
Catch an art house film at the Regent Square Theater. See a show at Stage AE. Take an improv class at the Arcade Comedy Theater. Or attend a play right here on campus. Whatever your entertainment interests, you can find plenty of opportunities to scratch your artistic itch in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh: The Movie
Pittsburgh has emerged as one of the most prolific filmmaking centers in the U.S. Check out this cool compilation of clips from the many films and television shows that have been shot here.
Built on Steel, Thriving on Culture
Lucas Peterson writes of “a city that has transformed itself into a vibrant cultural and artistic hub, all while remaining true to its Rust Belt roots” in his New York Times column.
Plan your next night out!
Check out a searchable list of Pittsburgh arts and entertainment organizations large and small, courtesy of the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council.
"Steel"-ing the Spotlight
The arts and entertainment sector plays a huge role in driving Pittsburgh’s current economic vitality, accounting for nearly $1.2 billion in annual total economic impact on Allegheny County.
Three Rivers Arts Festival
See highlights from the 2017 Three Rivers Arts Festival.