Spring 2022 - Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Spring 2022

Cover Story

The Sometimes Furry, Always Fearless World of Paola Pivi

Her artistic productions are full of odd encounters and whimsical moments, and she brings them to The Warhol this April.

By Barbara Klein

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Features


Origin Stories

In Carnegie Museum of Art’s Working Thought, the language of art sheds light on the past and present of labor, class, and inequality in America.

By Elizabeth Hoover

Not Separate. We ARE Nature

Shining a light on how we humans affect the world around us—and how we can use that power for good.

By Jason Bittel

Community Changemakers

They’re finding ways to adapt to climate change, heal the earth, and build resilience in their communities. Carnegie Museum of Natural History joins them in asking: What role will you play?

By Julie Hannon

Also in this Issue


Scoring With  Science

Sco

A new Science Center education program takes the science of hockey off the rink and into the classroom.

By Kate Benz

The Art of Live Music

Art+Ideas

Led by creator and longtime curator Ben Harrison, the convention-defying offerings of the Sound Series are back.

By Cristina Rouvalis

Having His Say

Person Of Interest

Teaming up with the Science Center is another way Paul Duprex is spreading the word about infectious diseases and how vaccines work.

By Rossilynne Skena Culgan

Creating Sensory Friendly Spaces

What started as one donor’s passion project has made Carnegie Museum of Natural History more welcoming to more families.

By Julie Hannon

Q+A: Dana Bishop-Root

Q+A

In conversation with Carnegie Museum of Art’s director of education and public programs.

By Julie Hannon

Seen+Heard: Spring 2022

Seen+Heard

In brief, what’s new around the museums.

Five Things: Spring 2022

Five Things

Art and science news you can use.

 
Closer Look: Shoe Inspiration

Closer Look

A new perspective on familiar offerings at Carnegie Museums.

 
Objects of Our Affection: Eva Zeisel’s Town and Country salt and pepper shakers

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: Spring 2022

PRESIDENT'S NOTE

A message from Steven Knapp

Big Picture

Coming face-to-face with the past, forever frozen in time, is an experience unique to POMPEII: THE EXHBITION, on view at Carnegie Science Center through April 24. Pompeii’s sudden burial after the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius over 2,000 years ago protected it from vandalism, looting, and the destructive effects of weather. The result is a record of life, and death, at the height of the Roman Empire.