Drawing from its collection, The Warhol makes the case that Andy Warhol’s brief but intense relationship with Jean-Michel Basquiat helped the aging artist connect to his political voice.
Soot-covered eastern towhees and a basketball-shooting robot. Victorian muses and Andy Warhol’s guard dog. A celebration of 125 years of Carnegie Museums continues through stories of museum objects.
Carnegie Museum of Art continues to connect art and wellness, a salve for challenging times.
Daisy Lampkin, one of the suffrage movement’s trailblazers, called Pittsburgh home. Her remarkable story is now part of Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad & Village.
In conversation with the Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy civics teacher.
In brief, what’s new around the museums.
We offer a new perspective on favorites from across Carnegie Museums.
A message from Steven Knapp
A retired museum scientist thinks big for the next generation.