Warhol at Home brings the museum to you through stories, videos, and activities designed to encourage critical thinking and new ways to look at the world.
Warhol at Home
Warhol's Confession: Love, Faith, and AIDs
Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jessica Beck, Milton Fine curator of art, takes a close look at Warhol as a queer artist in the age of AIDs.
Andy Warhol's Life
Explore Andy Warhol’s life—from his Pittsburgh roots to his career in New York City.
Art of the Deal: When Trump Rejected a Portrait by Warhol
As he writes in his diaries, Warhol met Donald and Ivanka Trump on several occasions in the early and mid-1980s. But it wasn't until commissioned to do a portrait of Trump Tower that Warhol got a taste of how the future American president conducted business.
Warhol's Visit to 'Fighter's Heaven,' Muhammad Ali's Training Camp
In August of 1977—after a lecture tour of thirteen European cities and before a tough fight against Earnie Shavers—Ali had a memorable encounter with another pop icon, Andy Warhol.
Silver Studio Session: Kevin Morby
This session is from September of last year, when Kevin joined us in our intimate theater for a sold-out duo performance with saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist, Cochemea Gastelum. We happened to wrap up recording just before a Pirates game started across the street. I have the unique and classic memory of Cochemea spontaneously breaking into "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" on sax, as we walked back to the museum.
Silver Studio Session: The Building
Anthony LaMarca of the Youngstown, Ohio-based band, The Building, stopped by for a Silver Studio Session, following up on his Sound Series performance in May 2017. LaMarca is also a member of War on Drugs and has recorded and performed with Dean & Britta and St. Vincent and is co-founder of the Primary label.
Sound Series: Andy Shauf
Join us live on NoonChorus for an online Warhol Sound Series concert with Andy Shauf on Tuesday, June 30 at 9 p.m. EDT.
A Life as Art: Blake Gopnik on Warhol
As part of our Warhol at Home series, art critic Blake Gopnik discusses Warhol, his new biography. Presented in partnership with Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures.
Curator's Insights: Jessica Beck on 'The Philosophy of Andy Warhol'
Jessica Beck, Milton Fine curator of art, talks about one of her favorite Warhol-related books, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B & Back Again).
Silver Studio Sessions: Waxahatchee
Waxahatchee performs "Slow You Down" and "Chapel of Pines" at The Warhol in the "Silver Clouds" gallery.
Making It: Book Binding Technique (Adapted for home use)
This short video from the museum’s learning department offers a simple demonstration of a basic book binding technique, adapted for home use for families and makers of all ages.
Silver Studio Sessions: Rostam
While on tour in support of his album Half-Light, Grammy Award-winning producer and songwriter Rostam performed a stripped-down series of songs for this Silver Studio Session.
Curator's Insights: Jessica Beck on 'The Andy Warhol Diaries'
Jessica Beck, Milton Fine curator of art, talks about one of her favorite Warhol-related books, The Andy Warhol Diaries.
Silver Studio Sessions: Leyla McCalla
Haitian-American singer, songwriter, cellist, and multi-instrumentalist Leyla McCalla performs an intimate set in this Silver Studio Session.
Virtual Warhol 101
An introduction to artist Andy Warhol with José Carlos Diaz, Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum.
Silver Studio Sessions: The Low Anthem
Providence, Rhode Island's The Low Anthem offers an intimate performance in this Silver Studio Session.
Curator's Insights: Warhol Reading List
Jessica Beck, Milton Fine curator of art, recommends a reading list of her favorite Warhol-related books.
Pop Up Soup Can (Adapted for home use)
This short video from the museum’s learning department, offers a simple demonstration on how to create a pop up soup can, adapted for home use for families and makers of all ages.
Art in Context: Women's Work
Join us on Tuesday, July 14 from 7–9 p.m. for a virtual artists’ talk with Naomi Chambers, Christiane Dolores, Christina Lee, and Angela Washko, artists actively making space for women and feminist perspectives to thrive in Pittsburgh’s arts community.
Happy Bug Day Coloring Party
In this activity for families and makers of all ages, explore color, color wheels, and the "Happy Bug Day" book of color illustrations of insects by Andy Warhol.
Brillo: Is It Art?
Develop tools to respond critically to challenging works of art and appreciate multiple viewpoints.
Still Life and Observation Drawing
This drawing lesson outlines the basics of contour-line drawing using Andy Warhol’s artworks as examples.
Create a pop portrait in Andy Warhol’s style, using photographs of contemporary celebrities.
Use Andy Warhol's rubber stamping technique to explore repetition, pattern, and design.