Through March 17
A celebration of a landmark gift of art from prominent Pittsburgh philanthropists and art collectors Milton and Sheila Fine, this exhibition includes more than 100 works of contemporary painting, sculpture, and photography.
Through March 4
The more than 60 works in Unseen: Permanent Collection Works have never been displayed since they entered the collection of The Andy Warhol Museum. The fact that these works have never been shown reflects the enormity of the museum’s collection and the complexity of Warhol’s legacy.
Through Feb. 29
Carnegie Museums is proud to announce the winners of "Envisioning a Just Pittsburgh," an inclusive call for art that encouraged artists throughout southwestern Pennsylvania to share their visions for a just and equitable Pittsburgh. See the art showcase of winners now on display at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Through Feb. 29
Year-round, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh celebrates and preserves the rich culture and history of African Americans through a variety of exhibitions, artifact and archival collecting, educational programming, and public outreach.
With the North Shore neighborhood as its canvas, The Andy Warhol Museum has a bold and beautiful plan to create a new cultural hot spot and a place for young people to learn and thrive creatively.
A celebration of 125 years of Carnegie Museums through stories of 125 museum objects.
A lifeline for museums during the COVID lockdown, social media is becoming even more essential to reaching new audiences now.
With a new bird-banding center and a slew of interdisciplinary projects in the works, Powdermill’s best is yet to come.
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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