Melissa Ragona takes a closer look at Carolee Schneemann's ABC—We Print Anything—In The Cards.
Filmmaker Peggy Ahwesh reflects on Stephanie Beroes' film Debt Begins at Twenty, which immortalized the Pittsburgh punk scene of the early 1980s.
David Finkelstein interviews experimental filmmaker Peter Rose about his 1981 film The Man Who Could Not See Far Enough.
Brett Kashmere examines the work of Victor Grauer, one of Pittsburgh’s most prolific yet little-known film artists.
In this archival recording, film curator Sally Dixon welcomes Bill Judson as her successor in the museum's Department of Film and Video.
In this audio footage from the early 1970s, Sally Dixon offers a partial history of the city's cinematic heritage.
As the first film curator at Carnegie Museum of Art, Sally Dixon was well-versed in the city's cinematic heritage.
How the artist files in the Department of Film and Video archives shed light on the city's storied film scene.
By transforming a storage space into a welcoming office, Sally Dixon offered a home away from home to visiting filmmakers from across the country.
On this day in April of 1970, Jonas Mekas became Carnegie Museum of Art’s first visiting filmmaker.