Pitt Libraries a contributor to Google Arts & Culture site

Content from Pitt’s Archives and Special Collections have been featured in a digital exposition hosted by Google Arts & Culture. Pittsburgh joins just four other American cities in being featured on the prestigious platform, which is free to the public.

“Pittsburgh embodies the American work ethic: Grit, know-how and a can-do attitude,” the site says.

Contributions from the University Library System (ULS) include exhibits focusing on the Cathedral of Learning, the evolution of artistic representation of the Point and photos from a peace march in the city following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. ULS joins several other local organizations include the Carnegie Museum of Art and the August Wilson African American Cultural Center to proudly display Pittsburgh on such a prominent global platform.

Read more in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.