“The wonderful story of steel is here told in such a way that those who have no technical knowledge of steel-making may enjoy and appreciate the miracles that have been accomplished.” -Herbert N. Casson, The Romance of Steel
“A building to rise 500 feet or more above the grass…perfect in all details of material and design, would be a symbol of life on the campus. It would tell Pittsburgh every day of these values. It would unify Pittsburgh into a community conscious of its character…and no student could be so dumb but that he would at some time feel the lines and arches cry out to him a powerful note of victory and adventure.” – John G. Bowman
At the center of the University of Pittsburgh campus, this is one 535 foot tall landmark that you simply can not miss.
Quantum Theatre is a kind of laboratory, an incubator for the amazing, christened in 1990, rededicated every year with the rites of spring to its mission to bring forth artists forging new theatrical ground.
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“We all know that Art is not truth. Art is a lie that makes us realize truth at least the truth that is given us to understand. The artist must know the manner whereby to convince others of the truthfulness of his lies.” –Picasso
Explore a site of post-industrial isolation, this old blast furnace and National Historic Landmark remains a portal into Pittsburgh’s labored past.