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Art Making Activity: “Moon Masque”

#MuseumFromHome Art Making Activity inspired by Loïs Mailou Jones’ “Moon Masque”

From The Westmoreland’s Studio Programs Coordinator Michael Carsone (a.k.a. The Quarantine Crafter)

Join us in creating this all ages #MuseumFromHome Art Making Activity, inspired by Loïs Mailou Jones’ Moon

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Culinary Experience Brings Author Toni Tipton-Martin & Chef Aziza Young to Greensburg

On April 18, 6:30-9pm, attendees of The Celebration and Evolution of Two Centuries of African American Cooking will enjoy a four-course meal prepared by Chef Aziza Young and a presentation by Toni Tipton-Martin.

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is …

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Eye-Popping Pop/Op Art!

POP/OP is a visually stimulating exhibition featuring works of art from both Pop and Op artists on view at The Westmoreland.

Pop art was an art movement that emerged in the late 1950s and ‘60s as a reaction to abstract …

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3 Ways to Celebrate Love at The Westmoreland this February!

Love art? Love love? LOVE, inspired by Robert Clark Indiana’s serigraph on paper, is in the air at The Westmoreland!

Celebrate love, Pop art, and Valentine’s Day this month at the Museum. Whether you’re celebrating the day with family, …

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Artists’ Answers: Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer, Nancy McNary-Smith, and Katie Ott

Wonder what inspired an artist or what they were thinking when they created a certain work of art? Us, too!

The 107th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual features 53 works of art from some of the most talented working …

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The Westmoreland Unveils 2020 Featured Exhibition Schedule!

GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania – The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is proud to share the temporary exhibitions to be featured in the Museum’s Cantilever Gallery throughout 2020: African American Art in the 20th Century, Border Cantos I Sonic Border, Simple

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Artists’ Answers: Atticus Adams, Adam Linn and Garry Pyles

Have you ever looked at an artwork and wished you could pick the artist’s brain about it? Us, too!

While perusing the 107th Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Annual, we came across three thought-provoking works of art, Botanica II

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The Era of Cool Continues!

by Barbara Jones, Chief Curator at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

Over the course of nearly sixty years, multidisciplinary graphic artist John Van Hamersveld has created influential and instantly recognizable design.

Van Hamersveld’s career was launched with his design …

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