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There’s always something newsworthy happening at Carnegie Museums. Click on these links to read highlights of news coverage about us.  

 

Our People


Lynn Zelevansky and Carnegie International curators at Art Basel

Dan Byers selected as first curator of modern and contemporary art at the Carnegie

All roads lead to Andy: Museum's new curator drawn to job 

Excitement at every level for new Carnegie Museums leader

Director Eric Shiner comes to The Warhol via New Castle and Japan

Carnegie's new chief to run fast "in the same direction"

Carnegie Museums eye outreach, cooperation

Eric Shiner honored at the Wooley

Let's talk, Dan Byers

Newsmaker: Mary Ann Steiner

Power Women in the Arts: Lynn Zelevansky

Art handlers are the world's magicians

Pop Star: The Warhol's Eric Shiner

Dan Byers and contemporary art at the Carnegie

Newsmaker: Susan Zimecki

Carnegie Museum of Art hires director

Gifts and Grants


Carnegie Museums receives $1 million for technology upgrades

Museum of Art gets $300,000 matching grant from NEH

Carnegie Museum, Powdermill get $730K to Research Appalachia

Chevron, Carnegie Science Center pact aims to boost STEM learning

Grant lets museum study film collection

NEH grant for Teenie Harris retrospective

Carnegie Museum of Natural History creates new ecosystem center

PNC Foundation, Carnegie Museum of Natural History plan new science center

Science Center gets $200,000 grant for Web-based game for girls

Carnegie Museum of Art receives $3 million donation

Museum fundraising surges to $161 million

Fine Foundation gives $5 million to art museum

Carnegie Museum of Art gets federal grant for Harris archives

Carnegie Museums Funding Almost Complete

$12.8 million donated to Carnegie drive

Powdermill Marks 50 Years With Launch of First-Ever Capital Campaign

Carnegie Museums
and the Community


Another Jurassic Park?

Who Says Girls Aren't As Good in Math and Science?

Unique Collaboration Using Art to Help Kids: The Warhol and AGH Trauma Center

2012 Carnegie Science Awards Recognizes Outstanding Innovators

Shale gas versus the Hermit Thrush

John Radzilowicz: When science is kid's stuff

Artist's portraits a glimpse into the world of autism

Carnegie Science Award winners blast off on another mission to inspire

Pittsburgh could become an international center for contemporary art

Museum programs for Alzheimer's patients show the power of art as therapy

Carnegie Museum of Natural History reorganizes in "dramatic step forward"

High schoolers' films take on eco-C.A.U.S.E.

Carnegie Science Awards

Warhol, Phipps among G-20 sites

Surviving the storm

Robots R Us

Brazilian artist delves into layers of the mind

Andy Warhol's screen-test factory

ACCESS card users can get into museums for $1

Carengie Museum shares fossil collection with Japan

Our Exhibitions


New SpacePlace Exhibit Comes to Science Center

Deborah Kass: Riffing on Forefathers and Mothers

Carnegie Museum of Art Puts New Spin on 19th Century Galleries

White Cube, Green Maze: New Art Landscapes

NYT: Art of the World's Fairs

Warhol: Headlines

Empowering Women at Museum of Natural History

The singular digital art of Cory Arcangel

Factory Direct: Pittsburgh

World's largest guitar a hit at Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie exhibit juxtaposes painting and photography from a time of artistic revolution

City's three rivers an inspiration for artist Maya Lin

Teenie Harris exhibition huge hit

Time: A Restrospective of Charles Harris

Andy Warhol: Eternal to Travel World for Three Years

Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection Comes to Pittsburgh

The Word of God(ess)

At The Warhol, artist delves into the partriarchal limits of the Torah

Exhibition reveals talent and surprising life of former Carnegie Museum of Natural History director

A night of "Ingmar Bergman-style vaudeville" with Iceland's Ragnar Kjartansson

Paul Thek retrospective questions our culture and how we think about it

Andre Kertesz: On Reading a "must-see" exhibit

Exhibit shows similarities in how Warhol, Duchamp pushed boundaries 

I Just Want to Watch: Warhol's Film, Video and Television

Scientific Discovery


Out of Asia? New Primate Fossils Pose Origin Riddle

Powdermill compiles list of Pa. Shale Wells

A Clear and Present Danger: How Glass Kills Birds

"Jurassic Mother" found in China

Mammals big brains began with a sniff

Powdermill Avian Research: Building data bird by bird

Meat-eating amphibian predates dinos

Dinosaur skull changed shape during growth

Carnegie scientist discover ancient link to human ears

Myanmar fossil may shed light on evolution

Geologist couple mine goldern discovery at Carnegie Museums

'Missing Link' fossil seal walked

One-ounce Mississippian of 55.8 Million Years Ago

Researchers track mystery

Teeth discovery at Carnegie Museum supports evolutionary theory

Mammals burst on scene as dinosaurs departed