Birds and Botany: Works by Ashley Cecil
Nov. 17 - Jan. 7
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
More Info: phipps.conservatory.org

Current artist-in-residence at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Ashley Cecil's work is on display at Phipps Conservatory, and will be until January 7. Her work represents research regarding conservation problems faced both in Pittsburgh and around the world. Learn more about the research at www.birdsafepgh.org.

Whodunit? Week
Nov. 17 - Nov. 23
Row House Cinema
Tickets: rowhousecinema.com

Row House Cinema is asking the age old question this week: “Whodunit?” Catch classic films Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Clue, along with newer hits such as The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and the original version of the newly released Murder on the Orient Express. Tickets sell fast, so be sure to pick yours up soon.

Ai WeiWei: Human Flow
Nov. 19 - Nov. 26
Melwood Screening Room
More Info: cinema.pfpca.org

Ai WeiWei brings you a message of the refugee crisis through Human Flow, including stories from 23 countries and a handful of the 65 million people currently swept up in the refugee crisis. The film runs for 2 hours and 20 minutes and poses questions of respect in contemporary society. Prepare to be moved and inspired to do more and speak up.

Nov. 21 - Nov. 26
Benedum Center
Tickets: trustarts.org

Motown is a show on the true story of Berry Gordy, the record producer who gave us the likes of Michael Jackson and Diana Ross. Featuring the hit songs "My Girl," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," and "I Want You Back," Motown will keep you dancing in your seat and singing along.

Holiday Lights Opening Night
Friday, Nov. 24
5-9 p.m.
Kennywood Park
Tickets: kennywood.com

With Pittsburgh all lit up, the holiday spirit is spreading all the way to Kennywood, whose winter lights will be up and ready to impress this Friday evening. Kennywood's Christmas display boasts over six million lights and a variety of winter-themed entertainment for everyone to enjoy.