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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Painting by Edwin Austin Abbey, The Penance of Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester, 1900

Zoom In: How Scandalous!?

Sunday, March 14, 2 p.m. EST

Love affairs, arguments between artists, shootings, American history, oh my! Hear some juicy stories revealed through works in Carnegie Museum of Art’s collection. Join the museum’s talented team of docents as they zoom in on the details and unearth the scandalous secrets that add dashes of drama and intrigue to the galleries.

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Edwin Austin Abbey, The Penance of Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester, 1900

Image of four women in Science

Women in Science

Thursday, March 25, 7 p.m. EST

In celebration of Women’s History Month, come meet some of Carnegie Museums’ inspiring women working in science. Hear lightning talks from Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Annie Lindsay (Bird Banding Manager), Jennifer Sheridan (Curator, Herpetology), Stevie Kennedy-Gold (Collections Manger, Herpetogy), Lisa Saladino Haney (Curator, Egyptology), and more, as they talk about their research and why science is just so cool!

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photo of a gorilla holding a pennant in front of a March madness bracket

March Mammal Madness: The Final Round

Tuesday, March 30, 7 p.m. EST

Are you ready to rumble? Forget debates on which team has the better 3-point shooter or full-court press. Join Carnegie Museum of Natural History Curator of Mammals John Wible for an insider’s take on which mammal has what it takes to take home the 2021 March Mammal Madness championship trophy. Not familiar with this alternate tournament? Catch up on this internet sensation that hypothesizes the outcome of combat between mammals based on temperament, physiology, weaponry, running speed, fight style, and more.

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