Through May 28
During World War II, Charles “Teenie” Harris documented thousands of African-American soldiers who fought for a nation that didn’t always fight for them. Twenty-five Harris images speak to their experiences—the honor of military service, and the sacrifices that the families of service members make.
Join us for a month of thought-provoking programming that explores the impact migration has on our world. One-of-a-kind live performances, films, and conversations - with RadioLab's Jad Abumrad, Pulitzer Prize-winner Viet Thanh Nguyen, and world-music sensation Fatoumata Diawara.
Bigger, bolder, better. Carnegie Science Center is home to the most advanced theater in Pittsburgh. Four films now playing, including the epic, true story of explorer Henry Bates' fascinating 11-year journey through the visually stunning and biodiverse Amazon rainforest as a young man who risks his life for science in the 1850's.
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The Warhol serves up a dozen eclectic performances this January through April. The series features a broad range of artists and bands from around the world who blur genres of contemporary independent music.
Behind the scenes with the cultural caretakers of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s one-of-a-kind collections.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History confronts the fragile interconnectedness of humans and nature.
Bradford Young takes Teenie Harris’ Pittsburgh as his subject, hoping to “crack the code” of the master documentarian.
The Carnegie Science Center Fab Lab team designs a program tailored specifically to include kids who are blind and visually impaired.
Things to Do
Get up close and personal with amazing celestial objects at the Science Center's Henry Buhl, Jr. Planetarium & Observatory.
Live Music at The Warhol
Artists and bands from around the world who blur genres of contemporary independent music.
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