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Pittsburgh Museum Guide

Pittsburgh Museum Guide

By TPN Staff

August 16, 2016


Filed under Art

Lexi Kennell / Staff Writer Carnegie Museum of Art With multiple exhibits in circulation, it’s hard not to spend hours soaking up the original works of Claude Monet and Jean Dunand in the Carnegie Museum of Art. The Carnegie Museum of Art is located on Forbes Avenue, across the street and...

Spoon introduces wild new member, strobe light to Pittsburgh

Spoon introduces wild new member, strobe light to Pittsburgh

By Shawn Cooke / A&E Editor

September 15, 2014


Filed under Culture, Music

After unleashing their psychedelic jam “Who Makes Your Money?” on the Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall last Thursday, Britt Daniel of Spoon took a moment to defend the record that it originally appeared on.“That one’s from Transference. It’s been taking some hits lately,” Daniel said.Altho...

Panther Card every Pitt student’s pass to free entertainment

By Jack Trainor / Staff Writer

May 28, 2014


Filed under Art, Culture, Food & Drink, Specials, Specials / Newstudentguide2014

Getting around in a big city can be confusing for a lot of students, especially freshmen who are leaving a small town for the first time. Here’s a piece of advice: Keep your student ID (Panther Card) on you at all times — more so than your newly acquired just-for-college credit card, but try not...

Carnegie International doesn’t quite deliver

Carnegie International doesn’t quite deliver

By Grace Kelly / Staff Writer

October 16, 2013


Filed under Archives

The Carnegie International has finally arrived after three years of planning and extensive and varied installations. The pieces, representing the efforts of 35 artists from 19 different nations, are displayed in myriad ways throughout the Carnegie Museum of Art — each room entirely different from t...

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