Members-Only Virtual Events

While enjoying Carnegie Museums from Home, the Members-Only edition, you gain access to world-class curators and collections through exclusive experiences designed just for members. Can’t attend one of the live online events? In many cases, recordings will be posted on this page a few days after the event.

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An iridescent spotted beetle

Party in the Rear: The Wild World of Bug Behinds

Thursday, April 22, 7 p.m. EST

Bug-out with Curator of Invertebrate Zoology Ainsley Seago as she explores the colorful and creative ways bugs use their rear ends to track down meals, scare away enemies, and even find love.

Dr. Ainsley Seago studies the evolutionary history of beetles, and has used everything from rotting squid traps to synchrotron radiation to better understand them in all their glory.

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Andy Warhol and Marisol with the Empire State Building

From the Curator’s Desk: Marisol and Warhol Take New York

Thursday, April 29, 6 p.m. EST

Travel back to the 1960’s with Milton Fine Curator of Art Jessica Beck as your tour guide. She’ll dive into the Andy Warhol Museum’s upcoming exhibition Marisol and Warhol Take New York, and share insider stories of what it takes to bring an art exhibition to life.

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David McCabe, Andy Warhol and Marisol with the Empire State Building (detail), 1965, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., Photograph by David McCabe

Levi W. Prentice, Still Life with Strawberries, ca. 1890

Zoom In: A Feast for the Eyes

Sunday, May 9, 2 p.m. EST

Let the menu for this virtual experience whet your appetite for a visit to Carnegie Museum of Art. Whether you are a brunch aficionado or a late night snacker, this tour of appetizing art is sure to fill you up! Join the museum’s talented team of docents as they zoom in on the details and share stories of tantalizing masterpieces and take you on a culinary adventure including a satisfying brioche breakfast, a quaint picnic lunch, and a delicious family dinner. Bon appetit!

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Levi W. Prentice, Still Life with Strawberries (detail), ca. 1890

Donald Warhola holding a photo of his uncle, Andy Warhol

Extra, Extra Read All About It! Andy Warhol in the Headlines

Wednesday, May 12, 7 p.m. EST

To Donald Warhola he was just “Uncle Andy,” but to the rest of the world Andy Warhol was a larger-than-life celebrity artist. Warhol enjoyed a lot more than just “fifteen minutes of fame,” throughout his life, appearing in headlines and newspapers that touched on both his work and persona. From around the country, his family would share and receive these articles about their famous relative. Join Donald Warhola for a very Andy show-and-tell, as he dives into this unique time capsule of Andy Warhol in the headlines.

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Bird on a branch with it's beak open

Why Birds Matter: From Powdermill to the Tropics

Thursday, May 20, 7 p.m. EST

From backyard cardinals to roaming albatrosses, sunbathing flamingos, and snowbound penguins, birds have adapted to a variety of habitats. Join Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Curator of Birds Chase Mendenhall for an in-depth look at our feathered friends and their many contributions to ecosystems near and far. Along with Director of Science Rose-Marie Muzika, they’ll take you on a journey from Powdermill Nature Reserve to the tropics of Central America, exploring some incredible avian feats and why birds are such important members of the natural world.

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