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“Conflicted” and “Places We Have Never Known” Should Be On Your To-Do List

BoxHeart Gallery is currently hosting two exhibitions by artists Jackie Hoysted (Conflicted) and Annie Heisey (Places We Have Never Known)  that show purpose and resonate with varying narratives. Conflicted, Hoysted's work, follows the human form and function through a broad scope of paralleling universes, reflecting  travels between native Ireland and America.

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Photography, Jazz and Dance Collide In A Great Way.

Two powerful exhibits are running at The August Wilson center until February 26th, showcasing one famous photographer's journey through Pittsburgh's delicate social fabric, and one artist's representation of prolific icons throughout the history of dance. Teenie Harris Photographs: Erroll Garner and Jazz from the Hill Charles (Teenie) Harris was one of Pittsburgh's

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Meghan Clemm’s Photography is The Fantastic Nightmare You Need To See.

Meghan Clemm recently opened an exhibit at Chromos Eyewear in Lawrenceville to showcase her intricate collection of  fine art photography . Clemm's body of work largely depicts eerie imagery of a dystopian reality caressed with vivid colors and sharp contrasts. A cross between a Tim Burton movie and Nine Inch

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CLO’s Pump Boys and Dinettes is Kitchy Fun

Pump Boys and Dinettes, a musical comedy written by Jim Wann and Mark Hardwick in the late 70's, opened at the CLO, bringing a light-hearted repertoire of melodies to a mixed bag of theater and non-theater folk. The wide-spanning show follows slack-jawed gas station attendants (Pump Boys) and spit-fire waitresses

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