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Pitt has one of the only sets of John James Audubon’s Birds of America series and was among the first to make them accessible in high resolution. Take a look.
The $36,826 grant will allow ULS to digitize five Pittsburgh area oral history collections held by the Archives and Special Collections Department.
The expo will feature arts, music and information about the Portuguese-speaking world.
Jennifer Laaser, Dana Och and Ellen Smith in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences were nominated for excellence inside and outside of the classroom. See what makes them special.
The historian and poet are among 180 recipients of the prestigious award.
Alum Ryan Lynch and hundreds of other users defended the Pitt logo during a massive online collaborative art project.
Pop artist Burton Morris said he owes his life to the Cathedral of Learning. You can now see his painting of it in Hillman Library.
His parents met at Pitt in the ’50s. Last week, the Pittsburgh native unveiled his painting of the building that holds a special place in his heart.
From Afropop to Pitt Stages plays, Pittwire previews upcoming performances you won’t want to miss.
In Our Own Write, a bi-weekly workshop hosted by Pitt’s Center for Creativity, forges connections through gratitude and loss.
The daily toll of life through the COVID-19 pandemic will be told from the perspective of writers and artists who are familiar with the experience of isolation and exile.
The award is presented to an individual who has been actively engaged in teaching art history for most of their career.
Psyanky eggs in Ukraine, tulips in Turkey: Learn how nine cultures celebrate the season during special tours March 18-19.
The book lays out the many ways in which racism is coded into the everyday social interactions of Americans.
Throughout Women’s History Month, anyone with a Pitt ID can attend a free tour of the chapel’s stained-glass windows featuring historical women.
Registration is limited for the workshop led by English Instructor Johanna Murphy at noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 16.
One way to better understand a country's culture and past is through popular music, says Pitt professor and ethnomusicologist Adriana Helbig.
Hear from Africana Studies’ Robin Brooks on her new book, “Class Interruptions.”
Professor Roberts digs into archival research and family history for her book, “I've Been Here All the While: Black Freedom on Native Land.”
Feb. 14-18 is international Love Data Week, designed to raise awareness about research data management, sharing and preservation. At Pitt, there’s witchcraft is involved.
Quilts, photos, paintings and other artworks from 22 artists form the Women of Visions exhibit, which is on display through Feb. 25.