Activities Board Presents: CMU Cyphers
Thursday, Oct. 19
7:30 – 9 p.m.
The Underground
More info: facebook.com

CMU Cyphers, the rap-enthusiasts of Carnegie Mellon, are performing in The Underground this Thursday evening. Stop by to hear some of your peers flaunt their skills in what promises to be an incredible evening. This event is brought to you by Activities Board.

Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic
Thursday, Oct. 19
8 p.m.
Carnegie Music Hall of Oakland
4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA
Tickets: eventbrite.com

The Philharmonic’s second concert of the season, led by guest conductor Paul Polivnick, will be taking place this Thursday evening. The repertoire of the evening will include John Adams’ “The Chairman Dances: Foxtrot for Orchestra,” Stravinsky’s “Violin Concerto in D Major,” and Joannes Brahms’ “Symphony no. 2 in D Major.”

Third Thursday: UV You // UV Me
Thursday, Oct. 19
8 – 11 p.m.
Carnegie Museum of Art
4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
Tickets: Student tickets $5 at cmoa.org

Experience glow-in-the-dark like never before with art, dancing, and great music. This event will be taking place in the Hall of Sculpture and invites guests to dance the night away and take in CMOA by night. Check out other Third Thursday events at cmoa.org.

The Moth GrandSLAM 2017: Growing Pains
Friday, Oct. 20
8 p.m.
New Hazlett Theater
6 Allegheny Square East, Pittsburgh, PA
Tickets: $25 at themoth.org

The Moth is back with yet another set of incredible storytellers for GrandSLAM, a battle of inspirational words and stories. Storytellers of the night include Pittsburgh natives Todd Shaffer, Catherine Palmer, Laura Wimbels, and many more. Prepare to be moved like never before.

Harry Belafonte: Civil Rights and Black Leadership
Friday, Oct. 20
8 – 10 p.m.
Carnegie Museum of Art
4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
Tickets: $25-175 at cmoa.org

Artist, activist, and Emmy Award winner Harry Belafonte is coming to CMOA to share his story and perspective on the pressing issues of civil rights and black leadership. Belafonte’s experiences with the U.S. Navy, odd jobs, and music have crafted a truly remarkable man who boasts not only a friendship with the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but also recognition and collaboration with the United Nations and other global organizations.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History
4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
Tickets: $60 at bricolagepgh.org

The Bricolage Production Company and Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh bring you a story told through immersive theatre with DODO. This show explores intersectionality between art and science for a unique and “personalized” experience. DODO will be running until Nov. 19, with multiple times offered per date. Check out bricolagepgh.org for more details.