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Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Tourist Trade: How the Artsóand Carnegie MuseumsóDrive Tourists to Pittsburgh

By Merle Jantz

How large a role does Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh have in promoting tourism in Pittsburgh?The numbers are only part of the story.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

DinoMite Days: Public Art of Prehistoric Proportions

By M.A. Jackson

Pittsburgh gets ready for a city-wide display of dinosaurs that even Hollywood movie makers could not dream up.

Breathing Room

By R. J. Gangewere

Passages--the experience of African rituals and ceremonies, and the premier of a state-of-the art space for special exhibits.

Carnegie Museum of Art

New Points of Entry for Panopticon: An Art Spectacular

By Ellen Wilson

New voices in Panopticon audio tours, introducing the curators of Heinz Architectural Center, and an architect-designed chair for the permanent collection.

Carnegie Science Center

At the Center of a Small World

By R. J. Gangewere

Mister Rogers, the Space Shuttle Columbia, and Buhl Planetarium.

Reaching Out

By M.A. Jackson

Traveling shows created at Carnegie Science Center, and the 2003 Awards for Excellence winners.


Superstar Summer: Andy at 75

From The Andy Warhol Museum

Andy Warhol would have been 75 this year, and The Andy Warhol Museum celebrates his birthday with an Elvis Presley show, and art by other superstars.

Considering Crime and Punishment

By Margie Romero

The museum as a forum for changing cultural values, and Warhol-created shows on the road.


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