Fall 2023 - Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Fall 2023

Cover Story

Memory Keeping on the USS Requin

Carnegie Science Center prepares to safeguard its Cold War-era submarine for future generations.

By Jennifer Davis

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Everybody’s welcome on this dance floor

Now more than ever, The Andy Warhol Museum’s annual LGBTQ+ Youth Prom provides a space of connection and community.

Story by Nichole Faina; Photos by Stephanie Strasburg

Impressions of Japan

An expansive exhibition explores the art and evolution of Japanese printmaking over the past century.

By Barbara Klein

Bringing Ancient Egypt Alive

An expert in ancient wood has joined the Museum of Natural History to preserve a 4,000-year-old funerary boat and other artifacts

By Cristina Rouvalis

Also in this Issue

Vast Ambition


Carnegie Museum of Art makes a landmark acquisition with an El Anatsui commission.

By TyLisa C. Johnson

Storytelling through STEM


A program at Carnegie Science Center helps teens learn science, technology, engineering, and math skills by producing their own children’s books.

By Chris Fleisher

Q+A: Aaron Levi Garvey


In conversation with the new chief curator at The Andy Warhol Museum.

By Emma Riva

Removing Barriers to Entry

Giving Forward

Two young professionals are working to build a community of younger art patrons in Pittsburgh.

By Chris Fleisher

Closer Look: Ancient Brew

Closer Look

A new perspective on familiar offerings at Carnegie Museums.

By Chris Fleisher

Seen+Heard: Fall 2023


In brief, what’s new around the museums.

Five Things: Fall 2023

Five Things

Art and science news you can use.

Objects of Our Affection: Bird-Banding Kit

Objects of Our Affection

Carnegie Museums is home to some of the most significant collections in the world. Here we showcase some of the most compelling objects.

President’s Note: Fall 2023

President's Note

A message from Steven Knapp.

Big Picture

The Andy Warhol Museum unveiled a major public art installation in June, titled Anatomy of the Human, as part of its Pop District initiative. The mural was created by artist Mikael Owunna, who drew inspiration from African cosmologies and Warhol’s use of multiple silkscreens to produce stop-motion-style images. The artwork is located across from the museum in Pop Park on East General Robinson Street.