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News for members and patrons of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, including nine places to go to expand your horizons, meet new friends, or take the trip of a lifetime.


British Columbia and Southeast Alaska are some of the destinations for a year 2000 trip by members of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.

CARNEGIE Index: 1998 - 1999

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Naming the Natural World

By R. Jay Gangewere

New animals, plants, and insects are discovered all over the world, and are named by scientists from Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Right Here, Right Now

By Tina Calabro

Visitors who came to the museum this year found something new to see and do-from robot tour guides, to giant dinosaurs, to a close-up look at living insects.  There's more in store for year 2000.

Carnegie Science Center

The Miniature Railroad & Village

By M.A.Boldurian

The holiday season is not complete unless you see this great family exhibit-this year highlighting all four seasons of the year.  And you still have time to see Africa: The Serengeti and Everest at the Omnimax.

The Andy Warhol Museum

...Worth A Thousand Words

By Jordan Weeks

See fascinating portraits by Warhol and by the 19th century Parisian photographer Nadar-photographers from different eras who both wanted to make their subjects famous. 

Carnegie Museum of Art

1999 Carnegie International

By Ellen S. Wilson

The museum's most famous exhibition features artists who question their, and our,  relation to reality.

The Pritzker Architecture Prize

By Ellen S. Wilson

See who wins "The Nobel Prize of Architecture" at Heinz Architectural Center, and enjoy the 1999 Carnegie International with a special gallery tour or museum program.

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