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CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER. served local Civil War veterans H2Oh!. Experience kinetic for over 54 years & is the best water-driven motion & discover preserved & most intact GAR post the relations between water, in the United States. Carnegie. land & habitat. How do everyday 412-276-3456. decisions impact water supply & BAYERNHOF MUSEUM. Large the environment? Ongoing: Buhl collection of automatic roll-played Digital Dome (planetarium), musical instruments & music Miniature Railroad & Village, boxes in a mansion setting. USS Requin submarine & more. Call for appointment. O’Hara. North Side. 412-237-3400. 412-782-4231. CARRIE FURNACE. Carrie BOST BUILDING. Blast Furnace. Built in Collectors. Preserved 1907, Carrie Furnaces 6 materials reflecting & 7 are extremely rare the industrial heritage . w ww per examples of pre World of Southwestern a p ty ci h pg War II iron-making techPA. Homestead. .com nology. Rankin. 412-464-4020. 412-464-4020 x 21. CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF COMPASS INN. Demos & tours NATURAL HISTORY. Out of w/ costumed guides feat. this This World! Jewelry in the Space restored stagecoach stop. Age. A fine jewelry exhibition that North Versailles. 724-238-4983. brings together scientific fact & CONNEY M. KIMBO GALLERY. pop culture in a showcase of University of Pittsburgh Jazz wearable & decorative arts related Exhibit: Memorabilia & Awards to outer space, space travel, from the International Hall of the space age, & the powerful Fame. Oakland. 412-648-7446. influence these topics have had on DEPRECIATION LANDS human civilization. Animal Secrets. MUSEUM. Small living history Learn about the hidden lives of museum celebrating the ants, bats, chipmunks, raccoons & settlement & history of the more. Dinosaurs in Their Time. Displaying immersive environments Depreciation Lands. Allison Park. 412-486-0563. spanning the Mesozoic Era FALLINGWATER. Tour the & original fossil specimens. famed Frank Lloyd Wright house. Permanent. Hall of Minerals & Mill Run. 724-329-8501. Gems. Crystal, gems & precious FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. stones from all over the world. Tours of 13 Tiffany stained-glass Population Impact. How humans windows. Downtown. are affecting the environment. 412-471-3436. Oakland. 412-622-3131.


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FORT PITT MUSEUM. Captured by Indians: Warfare & Assimilation on the 18th Century Frontier. During the mid-18th century, thousands of settlers of European & African descent were captured by Native Americans. Using documentary evidence from 18th & early 19th century sources, period imagery, & artifacts from public & private collections in the U.S. and Canada, the exhibit examines the practice of captivity from its prehistoric roots to its reverberations in modern Native-, African- & Euro-American communities. Reconstructed fort houses museum of Pittsburgh history circa French & Indian War & American Revolution. Downtown. 412-281-9285. FRICK ART & HISTORICAL CENTER. Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape. This exhibit explores landscape painting in Britain form the Industrial Revolution to the eras of Romanticism. Closing celebration July 31, 7 p.m. w/ the screening of “Mr. Turner”. Ongoing: tours of Clayton, the Frick estate, w/ classes & programs for all ages. Point Breeze. 412-371-0600. HARTWOOD ACRES. Tour this Tudor mansion & stable complex. Enjoy hikes & outdoor activities in the surrounding park. Allison Park. 412-767-9200. KENTUCK KNOB. Tour the other Frank Lloyd Wright house. Mill Run. 724-329-8501. KERR MEMORIAL MUSEUM. Tours of a restored 19th-century, middle-class home. Oakmont. 412-826-9295. MARIDON MUSEUM. Collection includes jade & ivory statues from China & Japan, as well as Meissen porcelain. Butler. 724-282-0123. MCGINLEY HOUSE & MCCULLY LOG HOUSE. Historic homes open for tours, lectures & more. Monroeville. 412-373-7794. MOUNT PLEASANT GLASS MUSEUM. The Bryce Family & the Mount Pleasant Factory. Telling the story of the Bryce family & their contributions. Mount Pleasant. 724-547-5929. NATIONAL AVIARY. Masters of the Sky. Explore the power & grace of the birds who rule the sky. Majestic eagles, impressive condors, stealthy falcons and their friends take center stage! Home to more than 600 birds from over 200 species. W/ classes, lectures, demos & more. North Side. 412-323-7235. NATIONALITY ROOMS. 26 rooms helping to tell the story of Pittsburgh’s immigrant past. University of Pittsburgh. Oakland. 412-624-6000. OLD ST. LUKE’S. Pioneer church features 1823 pipe organ, Revolutionary War graves. Scott. 412-851-9212. OLIVER MILLER HOMESTEAD. This pioneer/Whiskey Rebellion site features log house, blacksmith shop & gardens. South Park. 412-835-1554. PENNSYLVANIA TROLLEY MUSEUM. Trolley rides & exhibits. Includes displays, walking tours,



Square. 412-243-2772. IRMA FREEMAN CENTER FOR IMAGINATION. sidewall: a mural project’s first annual group show. A show about the mural artists who participated in sidewall’s first year,celebrating their bodies of work beyond what they have already shared in their murals. Garfield. 412-924-0634. LAKEVUE ATHLETIC CLUB. Pop-Up Gallery. Work by a variety of artists. Lakevue. 724-316-9326. MAGGIE’S FARM DISTILLERY. Veiled Instinct. Work by Lauren Wilcox. At the Rum Room. Strip District. 724-884-3261. MATTRESS FACTORY. Factory Installed. Artists Anne Lindberg, John Morris, Julie Schenkelberg, Jacob Douenias & Ethan Frier created new room-sized installations that demonstrate a uniquely different approach to the creative process. Ongoing Installations. Works by Turrell, Lutz, Shiota, Kusama, Anastasi, Highstein, Wexler & Woodrow. North Side. 412-231-3169. MOST-WANTED FINE ART GALLERY. Dollirious- The Art of the Doll. Doll work of all mediums from more than 15 artists, celebrating the dark & unusual, spiritual, whimsical side of doll art. Garfield. 412-328-4737. NEMACOLIN GALLERY. A Midsummers Night. A solo exhibition w/ work by Paul McMillan. Nemocolin. 412-337-4976. NEU KIRCHE CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER. Verklären. A 5-week, evolving exhibition by video/ sound artist Nathan Lorenzo. Closing reception August 14, 7-9 p.m. North Side. 412-322-2224.

gift shop, picnic area & Trolley Theatre. Washington. 724-228-9256. PHIPPS CONSERVATORY & BOTANICAL GARDEN. Butterfly Forest. Watch butterflies emerge from their chrysalises to flutter among tropical blooms. Summer Flower Show. Watch as model trains chug through living landscapes & displays of lush foliage & vibrant blooms. 14 indoor rooms & 3 outdoor gardens feature exotic plants & floral displays from around the world. Tropical Forest Congo. An exhibit highlighting some of Africa’s lushest landscapes. Oakland. 412-622-6914. PHOTO ANTIQUITIES. Maz’s Camera. See & touch the giant, heavy camera that snapped the photo of Bill Mazeroski rounding bases, winning the 1960 World Series that was made into his statue at PNC Park. North Side. 412-231-7881.

NORTH HILLS ART CENTER. Urban Gurlz III URBANRURAL. Photography by Mary Williams & Marylloyd Claytor. Ross. 412-364-3622. PITTSBURGH CENTER FOR THE ARTS. 90 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods. Work by Ron Donoughe. Shadyside. 412-361-0873. PITTSBURGH FILMMAKERS. PhAb Now!. Photography by Corey Escoto, April Friges, Lori Hepner, Jesse Kauppila, Todd Keyser & Barbara Weissberger. Oakland. 412-681-5449. PITTSBURGH GLASS CENTER. Out of the Archives & Into the Gallery. An exploration of history & historic artistic technique in glass. Friendship. 412-365-2145. POINTBREEZEWAY. Kamili. An exhibition of work by Hannibal Hopson & Amani Davis that reflects their mission to use recycled materials & let the objects determine the form & message. Point Breeze. 412-770-7830. REVISION SPACE. Great Waves II. A juried exhibition of works by local artists based in Pittsburgh. Lawrenceville. 412-735-3201. RUNAWAY STUDIOS. Hi Lo. Work on the anxieties of both loss & reclamation of identity, by Dianna Settles. Bloomfield. SHALER NORTH HILLS LIBRARY. Artists of Shaler North Hills Library. Art show of artists who teach at the library. Glenshaw. 412-486-0211. SILVER EYE CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY. London/ Pittsburgh. A solo exhibit w/ work by photographer, Mark Neville. South Side. 412-431-1810.

PINBALL PERFECTION. Pinball museum & players club. West View. 412-931-4425. PITTSBURGH ZOO & PPG AQUARIUM. Home to 4,000 animals, including many endangered species. Highland Park. 412-665-3639. RACHEL CARSON HOMESTEAD. A Reverence for Life. Photos & artifacts of her life & work. Springdale. 724-274-5459. RIVERS OF STEEL NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA. Exhibits on the Homestead Mill. Steel industry & community artifacts from 18811986. Homestead. 412-464-4020. SENATOR JOHN HEINZ HISTORY CENTER. We Can Do It!: WWII. Discover how Pittsburgh affected World War II & the war affected our region. Explore the development of the Jeep, produced in Butler, PA & the stories behind real-life “Rosie the Riveters” & local Tuskegee Airmen

THE SOCIETY FOR CONTEMPORARY CRAFT. Bridge 13. Work by Elisabeth Higgins, Keith Lo Bue, & Jason Walker. Strip District. 412-261-7003. SWEETWATER CENTER FOR THE ARTS. Sips, Shots & Gulps. A national exhibition of handmade ceramic drinking vessels. W/ work by : Charlie Alessi, Mariana Baquero, Seth Charles, Christy Culp, Myka Hayden, Kyle Hendrix, Leslie Hinton, Molly Johnson, Madeline Klusmire, Lucien M. Koonce, Gretchen Kriner, Cassandra Loos, Carolyn Mimbs, Abbie Nelson, Maryann Parker, Caitlin Ross, Lindsey Scherloum, Ian Shelly, Molly Uravitch, Dallas Wooten & Lisa York. Sewickley. 412-741-4405. THE TOONSEUM. Slinging Satire: Political Cartoons & the First Amendment. A collection of political cartoons from more than a dozen Pulitzer-winner & work from magazines, websites & newspapers. Downtown. 412-232-0199. TUGBOAT PRINT SHOP. Tugboat Printshop Showroom. Open showroom w/ the artists. Fridays 10 a.m.-4 p.m. & by appt. only. Lawrenceville. 412-980-0884. UNSMOKE SYSTEMS ARTSPACE. Other Books Other Worlds. A mixed media group show feat. David Newbury, Brad & Stephanie Towell, Lena Loshonkohl & Co Bappe. Braddock. VAGABOND GALLERY. A pop up gallery featuring work from local artists through the end of July. Feat. the art of local artists Carolyn Pierotti, Chris Galiyas, Elizabeth Claire Rose, & Lora Finelli. Shadyside. 412-913-4966.

whose contributions made an unquestionable impact on the war effort. From Slavery to Freedom. Highlight’s Pittsburgh’s role in the anti-slavery movement. Ongoing: Western PA Sports Museum, Clash of Empires, & exhibits on local history, more. Strip District. 412-454-6000. SEWICKLEY HEIGHTS HISTORY CENTER. Museum commemorates Pittsburgh industrialists, local history. Sewickley. 412-741-4487. SOLDIERS & SAILORS MEMORIAL HALL. War in the Pacific 1941-1945. Feat. a collection of military artifacts showcasing photographs, uniforms, shells & other related items. Military museum dedicated to honoring military service members since the Civil War through artifacts & personal mementos. Oakland. 412-621-4253. ST. ANTHONY’S CHAPEL. Features 5,000 relics of Catholic

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July 29, 2015  

Pittsburgh City Paper Volume 25 Issue 30