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Costas Karakatsanis headshot, wearing blue button down shirt with books/manuscripts and a painting in the background

Reviving a Masterpiece

The sleuthing skills of Pitt alumnus Costas Karakatsanis (A&S ’74, ’78G), who worked in materials science at Bayer for three decades before retiring and taking up volunteering at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art, made him a critical investigator in the mission to restore a masterpiece.
Mosley smiling

Celebrating the Power of Black Artistry

The University, in collaboration with Pitt's Center for African American Poetry and Poetics, is set to honor Thaddeus Mosley (A&S '50) with the Distinguished Professional Achievement Award.
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African-American Masterworks on Display

Vivian Davidson Hewitt (SIS '44), the first African-American librarian at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, has spent decades amassing one of the premiere collections of African-American artwork in the world.