Karla Boos New Quantum Theatre Show Explores Fakes And Forgeries In A Landmark Downtown Church By Bill O'Driscoll • Sep 13, 2018 Photo by Jason Snyder Listen Listening... / 4:25 In 1856, British artist Henry Wallis completed “The Death of Chatterton.” The oil painting was Romantic with a capital “R”: a loving depiction of 18th-century poet Thomas Chatterton, who’d just committed suicide by ingesting arsenic. Chatterton, age 17, lays draped on a bed, washed in dawn light. Visionary Mattress Factory Founder Barbara Luderowski Dies At 88 By Bill O'Driscoll • May 31, 2018 Mark Perrott Barbara Luderowski fell in love with Pittsburgh in the early 1970s, when most outsiders – and not a few locals – were having the opposite reaction. It was still an old mill town whose population was gradually leaking away. International Festival Of Firsts To Kick Off Downtown In September By Bill O'Driscoll • May 23, 2018 Courtesy of Pittsburgh Cultural Trust This fall will be a good time to be an arts patron in Pittsburgh.