New Awards for Scientific Excellence
by Kathryn M. Duda

NOMAD-A Robot that will Explore the Moon
by Paul Oles

Talking with Sculptor Thad Mosley
by David Lewis
Pittsburgh’s best-known African American sculptor talks about his work – which is on view at Carnegie Museum of Art.

Great Etchings by Two Great Masters
Essays by Kahren Jones Arbitman and Linda Batts
Outstanding works by two of the 17th century’s finest artists: Rembrandt and Jacques Bellange.

The Year in Review: 1996 at the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

The Louisiana Waterthrush and our Mountain Streams
by Robert S. Mulvhill
The migratory Louisiana Waterthrush has a lot to say about the health of Appalachian streams, and may become a bio-indicator species for environmental study.

Ten Years Later – What Would Andy Say?
by R. Jay Gangewere
Andy Warhol’s 15 minutes of fame has lasted a decade. On the tenth anniversary of his death art historians see the religious content of his art and his brothers are full of memories.


Carnegie Magazine Has a Birthday

Carnegie Skywatch
The May and June Night Skies

Book Reviews

Unseen Warhol by John O’Connor and Benjamin Liu
reviewed by Trevor Fairbrother

Kitchen Theater

The Strawberry: A Multiple Fruit


Ancient Beadmakers of the Carribean
by David. R. Watters

Building in Western Pennsylvania
by Lu Donnelly



Cover: “Fast-freeze physics” is one of the live demonstrations at Carnegie Science Center. Regional scientsists are now being honored for their achievements by a special award created by Carnegie Science Center. Photo by Terry Clark.

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