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Ten years after it opened, The Andy Warhol Museum is still enticing audiences with ground-breaking exhibitions, thought-provoking programming, and extensive outreach programs that strive to make The Warhol an integral part of the community and much more than a museum. America the Beautiful: Two Exhibitions at Carnegie Museum of Art Document 19th-Century Optimism

Pushing Pittsburgh’s Envelope
With its hip and sometimes controversial programming, The Warhol has both naysayers and admirers.

Expanding Warhol’s World
The Warhol highlights Warhol’s vast and very diverse collection, exposing local and international visitors to his eclectic interests.

The Warhol According to Tom: One on One with Thomas Sokolowski
Museum Director Thomas Sokolowski discusses what Pittsburgh meant to Andy Warhol, and where the museum is headed in the next 10 years.

Flowers Observed, Flowers Transformed
The Warhol uses a flower motif to help examine Andy Warhol’s voluminous body of artwork.

Ellsworth Brown
After 11 years with Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Ellsworth Brown steps down as president.

Celebrating 2003 Donors and Volunteer Leadership


A look at Defiance Despair Desire— expressionist printmaking of the 20th century; and Curator Laura Hoptman discusses her “dream team” of Carnegie International advisors..

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Enjoy photographs of Hawaii’s endangered species in the new exhibit Remains of a Rainbow; and plan to attend Powdermill Nature Reserve’s BioForay and the spring celebration: Garden Themes and Birdhouse Dreams.

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NASCAR: IMAX brings its thrills to the OMNIMAX®; the Miniature Railroad & Village® prepares for an important anniversary; and Skywatch looks at the night skies.

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Celebrity sightings at The Warhol; Off the Wall closes the season with Us; and a new book is released about the museum’s collection.

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