Transformative arts in education: Rivers of Steel engages students and communities through impactful murals
Rivers of Steel’s innovative arts education programs are inspiring Pittsburgh-region kids.
Sponsored Content ‘Sugar Skull!’ brings musical, magical family fun to the Byham Theater this October!
Twelve-year-old Vita Flores finds herself on a magical, musical journey to unravel the true meaning of Día de Muertos. Don’t miss “Sugar Skull!”
These Pittsburgh teen media creators are getting their voices heard — and being celebrated for it
Check out the works of these talented Pittsburgh teen media creators.
These Pittsburgh museums are offering free admission and free teen membership
These Pittsburgh museums are opening their doors for free. Details here.
Thoughts from Mo Willems on sparking Pittsburgh kids’ creativity this summer
Illustrator Mo Willems shares ideas every parent can use.
It’s AAPI Month: These movies/TV shows celebrate Asian-American and Pacific Island heritage and culture
Your guide from Common Sense Media for stories during AAPI Heritage Month and year-round.
Your guide to Pittsburgh’s Children’s Theater Festival: bigger and better with more than 50 free activities
Catch the exciting highlights of the upcoming EQT Children’s Theater Festival.
Center for Theater Arts’ Special Actors program has been creating chances to shine for 42 years
This Center for Theater Arts program is bringing joy to parents and kids.
Alumni Theater Company sets the stage for new season: Black teens and tweens are invited to audition
“Centering the experience of Black teens growing up in our city is a big focus of our work.”
These local students are nominated for Prime Stage Drama Awards
Students from nine schools are up for Prime Stage Drama Awards.
Calling all creative teens! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is now accepting submissions for the Teen Media Awards
Photo above courtesy of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. It’s time again for the annual Teen Media Awards through the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. For creative teens across the metro region, […]
10 Things to do this weekend, from the St. Patrick’s Day parade to an ice show
Photo above courtesy of the Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade. There’s a slew of great things happening this weekend, most notably one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in […]
Steel Valley’s Interactive Living Museum brought Black history to life again this year
“I think it’s really cool to celebrate our culture,” said Steel Valley’s Pharoah Conway.
Prime Stage brings Narnia to life for Pittsburgh’s young audiences
Adventure is coming: Prime Stage’s new production will take Pittsburgh kids to the world of Narnia.
Maker Monday: Kids will love shoebox marble painting
This fun Maker Monday activity gives kids a new way to make art.
Meet this year’s Youth Poet Laureate, whose writing puts a spotlight on social justice and personal growth
Candidates for the title of Youth Poet Laureate require a passion for community involvement and engagement in social justice causes.
Opposites Abstract: Don’t miss the new Mo Willems exhibit at the Children’s Museum
Mo Willems brings his creativity to Pittsburgh. Don’t miss this interactive exhibit.
Travel guide: Take your kids for a fun, educational Washington, DC road trip
A DC roadtrip is an easy drive from Pittsburgh and so educational!
Calling teen musicians: Get your big break through the WYEP Reimagination Project
Reimagination is all about taking your music to the next level.
What’s it like to dance in Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker”? Check out the backstage magic.
What’s it like for young Pittsburgh dancers to appear in “The Nutcracker”?