The Northside of Pittsburgh is a hub of activity that houses a range of cultural landmarks such as museums, industry, historic residential neighborhoods, and more. Cultural Institutions of the Northside have come together to create a unified feel between the Central Northside and the North Shore. This capstone project aims to help bring together the people and places of the Northside, and create opportunities for cultural growth and inclusion.
This project received a RADical ImPAct Grant in 2019 from the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD).More about RAD
An international artist residency program and immersive contemporary art museum located at 509 Jacksonia Street.
An independent, nonprofit zoo with immersive habitats, home to more than 500 birds and 150 species, many of them endangered species.
The largest collection of Warhol’s artworks and archive, and home of The Pop District.
A museum with exhibits and programs for the enjoyment of children and families.
A cultural center and exiled writers' sanctuary with public art, on-site bookstore and restaurant, and an event venue for free literary, arts, and humanities programs.
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has worked closely with the City of Pittsburgh since 1998 under an official public interest partnership agreement to restore the city's parks. Take a stroll in Central Northside's beautiful Allegheny Commons Park and recall the grandeur of Central Park.