Updated March 23, 2020
Due to the CDC’s guidelines of not holding events with 50 or more people, the following events have been impacted. The staff and board of Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures deeply appreciates your patience and understanding during this time as we work with both our authors and our audience members.
Michael Ondaatje, Monday, April 6th – our first digital lecture!
Michael Ondaatje has graciously agreed to record his lecture so that we may all virtually attend from home! Details on how to view the lecture will be emailed directly to current ticket holders. A link to return or donate tickets has been emailed to all current ticket holders.
The link to view the lecture will be emailed directly to you current ticket holders and virtual pass buyers on April 6th. The lecture will be captioned and you may view it up to a week after you receive it.
Michael Ondaatje will answer our pre-submitted questions following his lecture. Send your questions for Michael Ondaatje before March 31st and we will forward them to him.
Anne Enright, Monday, March 16th
All ticket holders for this event have been emailed directly and refunded.
We are currently exploring our options for holding the following events. Ticket holders will be emailed directly when we have a new date with ticket options.
Mo Rocca, Monday, March 30th
Robin DiAngelo, Tuesday, April 14th
Stephen Heyman, Thursday, April 16th
Toi Derricotte, Thursday, April 23rd
Jodi Kantor, Monday, April 27th
David Sibley, Wednesday, April 29th
Autumn House Spring Releases, Thursday, May 7th
We look forward to hosting Autumn House authors at a Made Local event in the future, and we encourage you to purchase the authors’ books online at autumnhouse.org.
Ten Evenings subscription renewals will still be mailed out in late April or early May for our September 2020 through April 2021 lecture season. We will be announcing new events for late May and June and hope that you will join us.
With our gratitude,
Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures