Through August 13
Back for a second year, Carnegie Museums of Art’s Inside Out is a free summer outdoor event series that celebrates Pittsburgh’s rich cultural landscape with performances, live music, art-making, food, and drinks! Join the festivities in the museum’s Sculpture Court every Thursday evening and Saturday afternoon through August 13.
Through August 7
This presentation of the work of legendary photojournalist Gordon Parks spotlights the time he spent photographing the workers at a Penola, Inc. grease plant in 1940s Pittsburgh, with 50 never-before-seen photos.
Through August 25
Expect odd encounters and whimsical moments from Paola Pivi’s diverse practice, which spans performance, design, sculpture, video, photography, and installation. From animals in strange habitats, to an 18-wheeler truck positioned on its side, to gushing fountains of juice, ink, and espresso, Pivi asks visitors to reconsider the manipulation of the natural world.
Now on view
Shrimp that can break through glass? Spider webs stronger than steel? Every living thing is a machine built to survive, move, and discover. Explore the marvels of natural engineering at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Andy Warhol’s dental molds and a shot of homemade lightning. And the dinosaur and the painting that started it all. To celebrate 125 years of Carnegie Museums, Carnegie magazine published the stories of 125 iconic, quirky, and sometimes little-known pieces of museum history—25 objects at a time throughout our anniversary year. Explore the tales of these unique wonders of art, science, and the natural world, as well as a few other unforgettable markers of Carnegie Museums past and present—randomly, by museum, or by object type.
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.
Pittsburgh and the work of its preeminent photojournalist go prime time in the Scaife Galleries.
Shining a light on how we humans affect the world around us—and how we can use that power for good.
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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