As diverse as their ages, interests, and talents, Carnegie Museums volunteers fill a variety of roles.
Lush and bold, the work of Firelei Báez dissects gender, race, and suppressed histories.
Inspired by the unruly natural world, Iris van Herpen has fearlessly redefined fashion, embracing untried materials and technology. The first North American tour of her visionary work is now on view at Carnegie Museum of Art.
Jace Clayton only wears headphones on airplanes. As an ethnomusicologist and DJ—the latter of which conjures an image of noise-cancellers slung permanently over the ears—music for him is a result of being alive to the world rather than escaping from it. As a kid, Clayton often rode the Boston-Cambridge metro system into the city to … Continued
Carnegie Museum of Art acquires a major new work by Kerry James Marshall, whose art speaks to the moment by rewriting history as we know it.
The adventurous work of Pittsburgh architect Arthur Lubetz gets its close-up in the Museum of Art’s Heinz Architectural Center.
Through expressions of grief, fear, and rage, how artists have helped us make sense of past pandemics.
Four Pittsburgh-based creatives give back to their community while finding innovative ways to cope with a drastically changed world.
A glimpse at something new, novel, or rarely seen at Carnegie Museums.
For more than two decades, Elizabeth Tufts Brown has stewarded the fascinating and sometimes unwieldy archives of Carnegie Museum of Art