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For and About Members and Donors

News for members and patrons of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh: profiles, special events, travel.

Rosemary and Art Fuller are part of the Reciprocal Membership program

Volunteers at Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

By Danielle Scherer

Whether jetting around the world or toiling away in the dim basement, volunteers do much to advance the vision of Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.


Light!  The Industrial Age 1750-1900, Art & Science, Technology & Society

By Ellen S Wilson

Don't miss Light! The Industrial Age 1750 -1900, and new exhibitions that feature prints and drawings, photographs, and small sculpture.


Reinventing Carnegie Science Center

By Ellen  S. Wilson

It's not the winning architect, but the distinguished international competition that guarantees Pittsburgh a world-class Science Center.

Island of the Sharks   and The Requin: One Million On Board

By Margaret Jackson

The World War II submarine Requin boards its one-millionth visitor, and you can swim with the sharks at the Rangos Omnimax® Theater.

Women Hold Up Half the Sky

By John G. Radzilowicz

The newest multimedia program at Carnegie Science Center’s Buhl Planetarium explores the role that women have played in this grand effort to understand the universe and to reach for the stars.



Popular CultureS: Installations by Michael Parekowhai, Ravinder Reddy, and Yinka Shonibare 

By Jordan Weeks

The Taj Mahal of parking garages opens across the street from The Warhol just as Popular CultureS  showcases three international artists, and Off the Wall presents the latest in its crowd-pleasing series.




BioBlitz 2001: Schenley Park

By R. Jay Gangewere

Enjoy science in the park with experts from Carnegie Museum of Natural History as they count everything that lives our city's backyard.

Meet Museum Director Bill DeWalt

By R. Jay Gangewere

New museum director Bill DeWalt stresses science at the museum, and paleontologist Zhexi Luo shows why one tooth that cuts and crushes was so important to the evolution of mammals.



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