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Powdermill Takes Wing
As it turns 50 in September, this research center in the woods prepares for its first big expansion—one that will help take its mission of environmental awareness to an even wider audience.
By Christine H. O’Toole

Giving museum goers a rare opportunity to look beyond their own Tiffany lamps, Louis Comfort Tiffany: Artist for the Ages tells the story of a man whose visionary art has survived changing tastes, trends, and traditions.
By Barbara Klein

Crafting the Community Classroom
It takes a community to educate our children, and Carnegie Museums’ ongoing collaborations with city schools are giving kids the kinds of creative learning experiences that make education stick.
By Emily Gaines Buchler

Risky Business
Local, practicing risk takers talk about their penchant for the dangerous or unpredictable. And Carnegie Science Center’s new exhibit, Risk, asks each of us: Just how risky are you?
By Justin Hopper

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Fall 2005
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