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

Creating Sparks

By Kimberly M. Riel

Educators at Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh seek to support teachers and inspire students by bringing coursework to life.


Panopticon: An Art Spectacular

By Ellen Wilson

The museum showcases 500 works of art in the dramatic, high style of the Victorian era.

Forum: Mel Bochner Photographs, 1966-69

By Ellen Wilson

Mel Bochner's Photographs, a Founder-Patron's Day opening for The Architecture and Design of Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Associates, and for the permanent collection: an 1830s painting of a shipwreck.

Collecting the Real Thing

By R.J. Gangewere

While working around the world at the frontiers of research, scientists at Carnegie Museum of Natural History create priceless collections that are an international resource.


DinoMite Days

By R. Jay Gangewere

DinoMite Days sets out to transform Pittsburgh with creative dinosaurs, a T-Rex specimen has a birthday, and noted paleo-anthropologist Maeve Leakey talks about early hominids.



By M.A. Jackson

Grossology exposes the science behind the impolite sights, sounds, and smells of the human body, the Planetarium offers many choices, and the redesign of the Science Center moves forward.



Patti Smith at The Warhol

R. Margie Romero

Performance artist Patti Smith comes to town, Americanisms: Shaping Art and Culture in the 50s opens, and The Warhol Café creates original menu ideas with the help of Big Burrito.


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