Summer 2022 - Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Summer 2022

Cover Story

Powdermill: Naturally Inspiring

A new bird-banding center and a host of interdisciplinary projects all factor in to Powdermill’s bright future.

By Jason Bittel

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Features


A Maverick with a Camera

A new exhibition puts a spotlight on photographer Gordon Parks’ little-known images—at once gritty and beautiful—of industrial life in 1940s Pittsburgh.

By Jennifer Davis

The Making Of The 58th Carnegie International

Continually challenged by a worldwide pandemic, curator Sohrab Mohebbi and his curatorial associates and advisers were undaunted and maybe even uniquely inspired to again bring the contemporary art world to Pittsburgh.

By Rossilynne Skena Culgan

A Pop Revolution On The North Shore

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.

by Barbara Klein

Also in this Issue


The Story of  Daisy Curry

Person Of Interest

Thanks to the kindness and the commitment of a Museum of Art docent, the story of Daisy Curry didn’t end with the much-revered photo on the wall of the Teenie Harris gallery.

By Betsy Momich

The Beauty of the Science Fair

Science+Nature

Getting kids to view their world through critical thinking and a healthy dose of competition.

By Barbara Klein

Endowing Opportunity

Giving Forward

By giving more kids access to STEM learning, one giving-minded couple wants all kids to have what theirs had: the freedom and the opportunity to explore.

By Betsy Momich

Q+A: Geovette Washington

Q+A

In conversation with the chair of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh’s Board of Trustees

By Kate Benz

Seen+Heard: Summer 2022

Seen+Heard

In brief, what’s new around the museums.

Five Things: Summer 2022

Five Things

Art and science news you can use.

Closer Look: Going Electric

Closer Look

A new perspective on familiar offerings at Carnegie Museums.

By Chris Fleisher

Objects of Our Affection: The Polymita picta

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.

Photo: Bryan Conley

Big Picture

INSIDE OUT RETURNS THIS SUMMER to Carnegie Museum of Art’s Sculpture Court—this time in an immersive pavilion created by artist Rafael Domenech, which the museum commissioned as part of the 58th Carnegie International. Some of the city’s most dynamic DJs are scheduled for Thursday nights, and Saturdays will feature live performances by regional artists and art groups, some new to Inside Out and some that also performed last year during the event series.