Premier performances, contemporary wonders, including a giant rubber duck (!) and provocative collections make Pittsburgh the place to be this fall.
Pittsburgh. Mighty. Beautiful. Remarkable.
International pop art sensation, the Rubber Duck Project, comes to Pittsburgh, starting September 27. In its first U.S. appearance, this friendly, floating, four-story-high inflatable, created by Studio Florentijn Hofman, has been spreading joy around the world and now it's making its way to Pittsburgh, thanks to the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust! It's only here until Oct. 20 so don't miss out!
The Rubber Duck Project is part of the fantastic Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, a project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. PIFOF is a city-wide, 16-day performing and visual arts festival featuring exclusive U.S. and world premieres by highly acclaimed international artists and contemporary performing arts companies.
The preeminent exhibition of new art in the U.S., the 2013 Carnegie International takes place at Carnegie Museum of Art, Oct. 5-March 16, 2014. This much-anticipated, cutting-edge contemporary art exhibition boasts works by 35 artists from 19 countries, including a series of large-scale commissions throughout the museum and beyond.
PNC Park once again tops the list of top ballparks in the U.S. This time, TripAdvisor.com bestows the honor on the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates saying "PNC Park provides an intimate setting and spectacular views and sightlines from anywhere in the stadium." Not only do fans get to experience the best baseball atmosphere, but they get to watch one of the best teams in baseball. Raise It, Pittsburgh Pirates.