Winter 2023 - Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Winter 2023

Cover Story

The Fine Art of Giving

The gift of the Milton and Sheila Fine Collection transforms contemporary art at Carnegie Museum of Art.

Milton and Sheila Fine shared a love of collecting contemporary art and the dream of giving their collection to Carnegie Museum of Art.

By Justin Hopper

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Deep Dive on the Titanic

An exhibition of items recovered from the famous shipwreck transports visitors to an earlier era and tells stories of lives lost.

By Ben Seal

Class In Session

A new state-licensed digital marketing diploma program being offered at The Andy Warhol Museum gives students of all ages and experiences practical skills for becoming digital marketers.

By Barbara Klein

Building Bridges Over Climate Divides

A program launched four years ago offers lessons learned on how to have conversations about environmental changes in rural communities.

By Amy Whipple

Also in this Issue

A Community-Made Coral Reef


Pittsburgh area artists contribute to a global crochet project that weaves together collective beauty while raising awareness about the health of our oceans.

By Corinne Whiting

Boomerang or bust

Person of Interest

A western Pennsylvania native returns home and partners with The Andy Warhol Museum to empower youth and invest in local communities.

By Chris Fleisher

Q+A: Tiffany Sims


In conversation with Carnegie Museum of Art’s Margaret Powell Curatorial Fellow.

By TyLisa C. Johnson

Raising Philanthropists

Giving Forward

One couple wants to encourage a younger generation of donors to give back.

By Chris Fleisher

Closer Look: A Warhol Icon in Lego Bricks

Closer Look

A new perspective on familiar offerings at Carnegie Museums.

By Chris Fleisher

Seen+Heard: Winter 2023


In brief, what’s new around the museums.

Five Things: Winter 2023

Five Things

Art and science news you can use.

Objects of Our Affection: Eames Radio

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: Winter 2023

President's Note

A message from Steven Knapp.

Big Picture

For more than 60 years, the annual installation of the Carnegie Trees has been the signature event of the Women’s Committee of Carnegie Museum of Art. The trees are decorated with ornaments handmade by the committee and are on display at the Hall of Architecture through the holidays.