For and About Members and Donors
News for members and patrons of Carnegie Museums of
Pittsburgh: profiles, special events, travel.
Teens on the Rise
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh gainfully—and
meaningfully—employs urban teens in two innovative outreach education
By M. A. Jackson
The busy world of popular children’s author Richard
Scarry is recreated in an exhibit opening at Carnegie Science Center.
with an Elephant Family
Africa's Elephant Kingdom opens at the Rangos OmnimaxÒ Theater, the Science Awards for Excellence showcase
individual achievements, and enrollment time for summer camps and workshops.
Directions: Glass from the Maxine and William Block Collection
By Ellen S. Wilson
Contemporary directions in glass, the architecture of
Oakland, and an 1870 Anglo-Japanese cabinet for the permanent collection.
Definitive Warhol: The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 1
By Margie Romero
Celebrate the museum’s eighth
birthday with pop programs and activities and see the definitive Catalogue Raisonné (volume 1) of
Andy Warhol’s work.
Dinosaurs: A World Treasure
By R. J. Gangewere
Carnegie Museum of Natural History sets an ambitious
goal: to be the world’s premier place to experience “Dinosaurs in Their
Biodiversity is this summer's
theme, with a BioForay at Powdermill Nature Reserve, and Bioblitz911 for families and kids at
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