Member Events

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February 14: Member Night

February 14: Member Night

Carnegie Science Center

Spend your Valentine’s Day at the Science Center for members-only hours! All four exhibit floors will be open, as well as exclusive shows and demonstrations. Members can also be among the first to see Da Vinci The Exhibition with a discounted ticket price. 6–9 p.m. Sign up.

Valentine's Day Skyline Dinner

Valentine's Day Skyline Dinner

Carnegie Science Center

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a premium dining experience in Carnegie Science Center’s dazzling PointView Hall, one of the most dramatic views in town.

You’ll start the evening with a champagne toast against the stunning Pittsburgh skyline. As musicians play softly in the background, you’ll sit down for a luxurious three-course meal, featuring Italian salad, bread, and your choice of entrees, as well as a drink and dessert.

Your romantic evening also includes admission to the traveling exhibition Da Vinci The Exhibition. Experience the genius of the Renaissance master through more than 60 full-size inventions and 20 detailed art reproductions.

Tickets: $100 per person. Complimentary parking is included. Make your reservation today.

March 10: Bye Bye CI Member Tour

March 10: Bye Bye CI Member Tour

Carnegie Museum of Art

The Carnegie International, 57th Edition closes March 25. Join your fellow members and enjoy it together one more time. Sign up.

April 14: Major Moods Member Tour

April 14: Major Moods Member Tour

Carnegie Museum of Art

All art is emotional. Whether gloomy or uplifting, it is shaped by the passions, interests, and choices of the artist. Explore a range of emotions as you discover mood through different media. Sign up.

May 12: Brush Up: Impressionism Member Tour

May 12: Brush Up: Impressionism Member Tour

Carnegie Museum of Art

Refamiliarize yourself with the Impressionist collection before Monet and the Modern City opens on May 25. Dive into the work of Monet’s contemporaries and the cultural context of this movement. Sign up.

May 25: Monet and the Modern City Member Preview

May 25: Monet and the Modern City Member Preview

Carnegie Museum of Art

Monet and the Modern City explores the artistic technique beyond Claude Monet’s Waterloo Bridge series. Each individual painting renders the effects of light, pollution, and fog over London’s Thames River, and together the ensemble captures the Impressionist master’s fascination with the city’s atmospheric conditions. In this exhibition, Monet’s work joins a dialogue with other artistic contemporaries who explored the unexpected beauty of industrialization, both abroad and right here in Pittsburgh. Digital interactives allow you to experiment with light and color just like the Impressionists. Sign up.