Through Sept. 24
The first major survey of Joan Brown in over 20 years, the exhibition offers a compelling look at the prolific career of an American painter known for her large-scale portraits of family, animals, and herself.
Through Jan. 7, 2024
A hands-on exhibit invites kids and families to experience the world like Jane Garcia, the nine-year-old protagonist of the Apple TV+ series Jane, inspired by the work of Dr. Jane Goodall.
Submission deadline: Oct. 20
Calling all members of the greater Pittsburgh community to submit creative works of all kinds to help us envision a just Pittsburgh! Open to all creative mediums including visual art, music, dance, and writing.
Live music performances featuring a range of internationally touring independent artists and bands that challenge conventional perceptions of art and provide audiences with diverse performance experiences.
Through Sept. 25
An exhibition built around never-before-heard tapes of The Velvet Underground’s first recording sessions in April 1966, featuring alternate versions and mixes of songs. Hear the tapes and see a selection of photographs by Steve Schapiro as well as unseen video footage.
A team of researchers at Carnegie Museum of Natural History search for dinosaur fossils in Argentina.
A celebration of 125 years of Carnegie Museums through stories of 125 museum objects.
Carnegie Science Center’s newest exhibition will help visitors envision life on Mars and understand how the journey there will go through western Pennsylvania.
Beltzhoover native and one-time museum “art kid” Sharif Bey returns to his childhood museums to mine the collections that helped shape his creative identity.
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.
Explore Our Collections
Some 22 million scientific specimens and 40,000 art objects are the inspiration for our research, exhibits, and educational programs.
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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