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In Praise of Luke Swank
With its new exhibition, Luke Swank: Modernist Photographer, Carnegie Museum of Art hopes to re-establish the Johnstown native’s role in photographic history.
By Christine H. O’Toole

Mission on The Hill
A three-year collaboration between Carnegie Science Center and Pittsburgh’s Hill House has been filling a critical void in the lives of some Hill District youth. And now, with additional funding and an expanded curriculum, more kids will benefit.
By Leslie Vincen

AIDS and Art
Twenty years ago, after losing so many of its own to AIDS, the U.S. arts community used its own clout and creativity to fight a disease that at the time had no voice and very little public understanding.
By Jane-Ellen Robinet

Mars Matters
We finally made it to the red planet, and every year we learn more about its similarities to Earth. But does it really matter? Scientists say yes, and a new Buhl Planetarium show about Mars is coming in 2006.
By Christine H. O’Toole

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Fall 2005
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