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e-lessons from The Warhol
Peek inside The Warhol’s web of learning—a new online education tool that uses Warhol’s life and work to help kids think and learn across the humanities.
By Justin Hopper

A Rare Bird
A dinosaur fanatic from the start, Matt Lamanna was just a toddler when he
told his mother he wanted to be a paleontologist. Today, not only is he
living his dream, he’s changing the way
the world understands his favorite
prehistoric creatures.
By John Altdorfer

Back to Building the Future
Through its $150 million Building the Future campaign, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh continues its legacy of bringing the best in art and science to Pittsburgh and all of Western Pennsylvania.
By Elaine Vitone

Eyes on the Skies
Like the conditions outside, weather-related exhibits and programming at Carnegie Science Center—often in partnership with WTAE-TV meteorological staff—are ever-changing, helping Pittsburghers better understand our much talked about climate.
By Barbara Klein

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Winter 2006
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