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707 Penn Gallery
A project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, 707 Penn Gallery features exhibitions by local and regional artists, working in multiple disciplines.
707 Penn Avenue (0.3 mi; 0.5 km)
The Andy Warhol Museum
This one-of-a-kind museum tells Andy Warhol’s story and explores his legacy through the largest collection of Warhol art and archives n the world. Admission: $20
117 Sandusky Street (0.7 mi; 1.1 km)
Carnegie Museum of Art
One of the most dynamic major art institutions in America, featuring a collection of more than 30,000 objects, features a broad spectrum of visual arts, including paintings and sculptures; prints and drawings; photographs; architectural casts, renderings, and models; decorative arts and design; and film, video, and digital imagery. Admission: $19.95
4400 Forbes Avenue (3.9 mi; 6.3 km)
City of Asylum
The organization provides sanctuary to endangered literary writers so that they can continue to write and their voices are not silenced. A broad range of literary programs in a variety of community settings is offered to encourage cross-cultural exchange. Admission: varies
40 W. North Ave (1.4 mi; 2.3 km)
Presenting contemporary art in craft materials (clay, fiber, metal, mixed media, paper/book art, and wood) by international, national and regional artists since 1971, Contemporary Craft offers cutting edge exhibitions, focused on multicultural diversity and contemporary art. Admission: Free
2100 Smallman Street (1 mi; 1.6 km)
The Cultural District
Your key resource for Pittsburgh performing arts, including Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony, PNC Broadway Across America, Pittsburgh CLO, Pittsburgh Public Theater, live music, comedy, speakers and more. The Cultural District is just a few blocks from the conference hotel and features a variety of performance spaces. Admission varies by performance.
The Frick Art & Historical Center
The Frick Pittsburgh is formed around the Frick family’s nineteenth-century residence known as “Clayton”. Experience the culture and refinement of the Gilded Age through art, history, and nature. Admission to the Frick grounds, Car and Carriage Museum, Greenhouse, and permanent collection is free. Admission fees apply for Clayton tours and special exhibitions.
7227 Reynolds St. (8.4 mi; 13.5 km)
Mattress Factory Art Museum
Founded in 1977, the Mattress Factory is a contemporary art museum and experimental lab, featuring site-specific installations created by artists in residence from around the world. Admission: $20
500 Sampsonia Way (2.5 mi; 4 km)
Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History was founded in 1993 to preserve and present the history of photography. View archives of over 500,000 photographic images from all over the world. The museum’s collection includes Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Tintypes, Lantern Slides, Stereo Views and paper process. Admission: $10.00
231 East Ohio Street (2.3 mi; 3.7 km)
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts is the city’s foremost visual arts organization focused primarily on the presentation of contemporary art created in the region. Exhibiting the work of prominent and emerging artists of various visual disciplines. Admission: $5
6300 Fifth Avenue (5.2 mi; 8.4 km)
Pittsburgh Glass Center
Take a self-guided tour to see a contemporary glass exhibition, explore the studios and meet the artists. Admission: $5 suggested donation.
5472 Penn Avenue (3.9 mi; 6.3 km)
Folk artist Randy Gilson’s landmark building filled with vividly colored, upbeat murals and objects. Outdoor art exhibit. Admission: Free
1501 Arch Street (1.7 mi; 2.7 km)
SPACE values the creation of new works in multi-disciplines, presentation of artwork to the broadest possible audience, inclusion of established and contemporary technologies and the promotion of local artists outside of the region. Admission: Free
812 Liberty Ave (0.2 mi; 0.3 km)
Wood Street Galleries
A visual arts project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, the Wood Street Galleries features new media artists from around the globe. Located above the Wood Street light rail stop. Admission: Free
601 Wood Street (0.3 mi; 0.5 km)