People Staff
August 01, 1988 12:00 PM

A quieter Pittsburgh experience is in this permanent exhibit of the city’s Children’s Museum. On view are native son Warhol’s silk-screen prints of Howdy Doody, Uncle Sam and Superman. But the gallery’s most popular spot is a silk-screening studio run by teenage volunteers. Here anyone older than 5 can learn to make silk screens just the way the pop art master did.

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