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Reaching Out with Science
Carnegie Science Center receives the nation’s highest
museum service award for its creative outreach
programs to at-risk children and young adults.

Filling in the Blanks: The Teenie Harris Archive Project Continues
The daily life of Pittsburgh’s Black community was photographed by the late Teenie Harris, and now his thousands of subjects are being identified by the community itself.

DinoMite Days
Dinosaurs in Their World takes a giant step towards becoming the finest hall of dinosaurs anywhere.

An Artist Remembered
Remembering Ottmar von Feuher, the artist who created the outstanding dioramas at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.


The new design of the Scaife Galleries changes the way educators approach the permanent collection, Romantic Landscapes debut in three exhibitions, and curator Laura Hoptman provides an update on the next Carnegie International.

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The geology of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and fossil hunters from Carnegie Museum of Natural History enjoy a bit of German hospitality.

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Real and imagined robots enter the Robot Hall of Fame, and a look at a popular place at Carnegie Science Center: The Kitchen Theater.

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Tresa Varner links The Warhol’s education programs to the new High School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA), and Jackie Onassis is the focus of art-making and public lectures.

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