For many years, holiday concerts at Pittsburg State University have been a symbol that the season is just around the corner. Coming up are one that is a tradition of more than 50 years and one that is quickly becoming a tradition.
The 2023 Holiday Art Market in Downtown Pittsburg coincides with Small Business Saturday to help you shop small.
Several musical opportunities open to the campus and the community are planned for November by the Pittsburg State University Music Department.
Jo-Ann Morgan’s “Cotton Collages: Remembering the Innocent” and “Family Secrets: The Storytelling Art of Steve Head” are among several exhibits open to the public on the Pittsburg State campus.
An Indigenous bestselling author will do a Q&A at a Pittsburg, Kansas bookstore on November 4. Her new novel, “Blood Sisters”, is set in nearby Picher, Oklahoma – “legally” stolen Native land and the site of man-made environmental devastation.
The Indian Student Association at Pittsburg State University will host Diwali, the festival of lights, on Friday, Oct. 27, at the…
What could possibly go wrong when Charles Condomine’s two wives — one living and the other most certainly a ghost — are attempting to stay in the same house with him?
Quintet Attacca, one of Chicago’s most dynamic chamber music ensembles, programs have included works that reflect the Classical and Romantic eras, as well as jazz and Latin influenced works and pieces by many of today’s leading composers.
Grab your lederhosen, and prepare to polka and party!
The second annual WritersFest, a week of literary and writer related events that are free and open to the public, is from September 17-22.
60+ artists, 10 performers and more will be at the Fall ArtWalk in Downtown Pittsburg, Kansas on Friday, Sept. 29, 2023, from 5p-9p.
Blithe Spirit, Mrs. Dalloway, and more are coming to the PSU campus
The Global Fest International Night Market is a fun and interactive way to explore the many regions of the world in a lively open-air market atmosphere.
“The Craft of Art” (Visual Artists) an Artist Talk, will take place on September 9th, 2023, at TOAST, located in Downtown Pittsburg.
The popular choir dinner returns to Pittsburg State University on Sept. 22 with a program titled “Country Roads” — an evening that in…
Musical artists from around the world are heading to Pittsburg this year as part of the long-running annual Solo & Chamber Music Series, bringing unique listening opportunities to Pitt State students, staff, and faculty, as well as to the general public.
The Pittsburg Arts Council (PAC) is thrilled to announce the launch of Second Saturdays, a monthly community event aimed at fostering creativity, supporting local artists, and bringing together the entire Pittsburg community to celebrate the arts.
Join emcee J.T. Knoll at the annual Little Balkans Folk Life Music Festival at the west end of Pittsburg’s Lincoln Park.
Ben Haggard, the son of country music legend Merle Haggard, is the headline performer at this year’s Little Balkans Days Festival on Saturday, September 2.
The annual tradition of a weeklong series of free concerts continues this summer with the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts, planned for June 11-18 in venues at Pittsburg State University and throughout the community.
The wide-ranging line-up of music legends includes Three Dog Night, Russell Dickerson, Tech N9ne, and Hairball.
This version of “Peter and the Wolf” is a beautifully narrated single act ballet and makes the story great for all ages.
Over 100 participants will be in attendance, including over 50 artists, 4 main stage bands, 10 musical acts, 17 organizations, and 22 vendors!
The Friends of Crawford State Park are hosting regional musicians at Lakeview Café, which overlooks Lake Crawford Fishing Lake, better known to locals as Farlington Lake.
Officers and members of the Pittsburg ArtWalk Association unanimously voted to rename the group Pittsburg Arts Council during its board meeting Saturday, March
Join us Saturday evening, April 1, 2023 at Miners Hall Museum, Franklin, Kansas and spend a night in New Orleans.…
High school students, the public, and university students will have the opportunity to learn from the masters at WritersFest, a literary festival planned by Pittsburg State University’s Creative Writing Program in March, with workshops and…
The community and the campus can choose from among seven concerts planned for March by the Pittsburg State University Music…
Pittsburg High School Theatre will bring to life all the beloved characters from Bikini Bottom — Patrick, Mr. Krabs, Sandy, Squidward, and the rest! — when it produces The SpongeBob Musical at 7 p.m. March 9-10 and at 2 p.m. March 11 at Pittsburg High School.
Women’s History Month will kick off at Pittsburg State University on March 1 with a lecture from a national speaker as part of the long running Women in Government Lecture Series.
What does grief feel like when “the landscape doesn’t change // but everything else does?”
An exhibit “Real Abstraction” by artist Nick Gadbois will open at the Harry Krug Gallery in Porter Hall, home to the Pittsburg State University Department of Art, on Feb. 15.
Emilia Bassano was a trailblazer 400 years ago, but her story is almost completely lost to history.
From Carnegie Hall to McCray Hall, the Calidore String Quartet will perform at Pittsburg State University on Friday, Feb. 17, as part of the Department of Music’s Solo & Chamber Music…
Historically preserved buildings with beautiful architecture. Gorilla statues and other monuments, plus murals. Whatever your interest, Crawford County, Kansas has it.