Sept 24, 2022–Apr 2, 2023
Organized every four years by Carnegie Museum of Art, the Carnegie International is known for presenting an overview of how art and artists respond to the critical questions of our time. Is it morning for you yet? features works from more than 100 artists from 40 territories around the world.
September 24, 2022–February 20, 2023
Andy Warhol’s Social Network examines the intersections between Warhol’s longest running project, Interview magazine, his ventures in television, and his portrait commissions of the 1970s and 1980s. Featuring all 204 issues of Interview from its founding in 1969 to 1987, the year of Warhol’s death.
Come see iconic Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania landmarks—in miniature—all within a world of wonderfully realistic animated scenes of days gone by. From Primanti’s to Kaufmann’s to Fallingwater. And new this year: the small stone chapel made famous for its appearance in George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead.
Travel back in time to the Age of Dinosaurs. This exhibition is home to dozens of original fossils from throughout the Mesozoic Era displayed in scientifically accurate reconstructions of their ancient habitats.
Carnegie Science Center’s newest exhibition will help visitors envision life on Mars and understand how the journey there will go through western Pennsylvania.
A celebration of 125 years of Carnegie Museums through stories of 125 museum objects.
Naturalist educators partner with Carnegie Museums to create a more welcoming environment for people of color to explore the outdoors.
By featuring his high-profile friends through his various media projects, Andy Warhol anticipated much of today’s online culture.
Things to Do
Super Science Saturday
Get up-close with dinosaurs, discover secrets of DNA, and learn what it’s like to be a scientist in the field.
Carnegie Museums from Home
Join in on the fun, the learning, the beauty, and #MuseumFromHome. There’s always something new!
Miniature Railroad & Village®
This beloved display features hundreds of wonderfully realistic scenes that bring the rich history of western Pennsylvania to life.
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