|What||At this Third Thursday evening, explore the meaning of intimacy. With City of Play and slowdanger, play a game of secret gifts, walk in somebody else's shoes (literally) and explore the ever-shifting nature of living within a body that is in a constant state of change. Also check out the museum's galleries, which will be open all night.|
|Where||Carnegie Museum of Art at 4100 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||November 16, 2017 at 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm|
|What||The Great Pittsburgh Spelling Bee harkens back to a time without autocorrect, while donating to local charities. The best speller earns $50, while second and third get special prizes. Spots for spellers are full, but attend to cheer them on while you eat snacks and sip on either an adult or non-adult beverage.|
|Where||The Glitter Box Theater at 460 Melwood Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||November 4, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm|
|How much||Free for audience members|
|What||In this Made Local conversation, the artists from PigPen Theatre Co. will talk about creative collaboration and how they learned to tell a story as a group. And, yes, considering their genre, this discussion will even include live music. The ensemble PigPen Theatre Co. met at Carnegie Mellon University as freshmen in 2007 and will now return to Pittsburgh to debut their original piece "The Old Man and The Old Moon," a new musical folktale.|
|Where||Carnegie Library Lecture Hall at 4400 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||November 2, 2017 at 6:00 pm|
|How much||Free (advance registration required)|
Mayor Bill Peduto will now decide the fate of the monument.
The Art Commission could recommend today whether it should be removed, relocated or altered and left in Oakland.
Plus, some tips for your next museum trip.
|What||Renowned artist and activist Harry Belafonte will present a speech titled "Civil Rights and Black Leadership" at Carnegie Music Hall. Janis Burley Wilson, CEO and president of the August Wilson Center, will offer an introduction and will moderate a Q-and-A session after his talk.|
|Where||Carnegie Music Hall at 4400 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||October 20, 2017 at 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm|
|What||Carnegie Mellon University Libraries are celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” with a panel called "Creation and Consequence." University scholars will examine the relevance of Shelley’s novel today, particularly in the context of artificial intelligence. Pre-registration is requested.|
|Where||Danforth Conference Room, Cohon University Center at Carnegie Mellon University (Oakland)|
|When||October 17, 2017 at 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm|
|What||Architecture hounds, this one's for you. It's a guided walking tour of modern and late modern architecture and design throughout the neighborhood of Oakland and the University of Pittsburgh campus. And trust us, there's plenty to see there. But if you're concerned that all that walking will leave you famished in some 60s-era postmodern parking garage, think again: the tour will end up at local hotspot Butterjoint.|
|Where||Address will be given after online registration|
|When||October 7, 2017 at 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm|
|How much||Free (advance registration required)|
|What||Cat lovers are invited to bring their feline friends for an afternoon of socializing and cat naps. The event is organized as a way "to reclaim the glory of the outdoors" for cats, some who like to take walks on leashes, others who like to be paraded around in strollers and some who like to hang out solo in their carriers and listen to chirping birds.|
|Where||Mary Schenley Memorial Fountain at Schenley Drive (Oakland)|
|When||October 7, 2017 at 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm|
The outlet also partnered with The Incline for story about what self-driving cars mean for jobs here.
|What||HuffPost is hitting the road to find out: What does it mean to be American today? To answer this question, they'll interview Pittsburghers about their hopes, dreams, fears and definition of "being American" in a mobile video studio. The goal is to create a moving story that showcases what we share as Americans, rather than what divides us. The Incline is partnering with HuffPost on the project.|
|Where||Schenley Plaza at 4100 Forbes Ave. (Oakland)|
|When||September 29, 2017 at 11:00 am to 3:00 pm|
|What||At Savor Pittsburgh, a group of Pittsburgh's finest chefs will share their favorite culinary creations in a competition vying for the honor of “Dish of the Year.” You'll get to sample tastings from more than 20 restaurants, sip cocktails, enjoy live music and vote in the people's choice category. The Incline's Food and Culture Editor Rossilynne Culgan will be among the judges (so say hello to her if you go!).|
|Where||Petersen Events Center at 3719 Terrace Street (North Oakland)|
|When||September 28, 2017 at 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm|
Tickets are still available for the “AI for Good” keynote and the “Intelligence: Humans X Tech” marquee event, as well as Friday and Saturday’s music festival.
|What||Third Thursday is back at Carnegie Museum of Art, and the museum is teaming up with BOOM Concepts for BOOMiverse. Explore Pittsburgh's art universe, dubbed the BOOMiverse, along with local arts organizations at an activity fair. Attendees will also be the first to see Ian Cheng’s "Emissary Sunsets The Self," an open-ended, constantly evolving digital simulation presented on a 17-foot LED screen.|
|Where||Carnegie Museum of Art at 4400 Forbes Avenue (Oakland)|
|When||September 21, 2017 at 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm|
|How much||$10 adults | $8 members | $5 students|