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Museums for All

Museums for All

Passionate about the arts, one donor couple considers the ways that arts programs give young people acceptance and a voice.

Q + A: Danielle Linzer

Q + A: Danielle Linzer

In conversation with The Andy Warhol Museum’s director of learning and public engagement.

Q + A: Justin Tognarine

Q + A: Justin Tognarine

In conversation with Carnegie Science Center’s operation manager and accessibility coach.

Dandy Andy

Dandy Andy

Celebrating Andy Warhol the gay icon.

Face Time: Jeffrey Inscho

Face Time: Jeffrey Inscho

At the far end of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Bird Hallway is a half-sized door that has intrigued visitors for decades. Now, each time a curious passerby opens it, a hologram of a different treasure from the museum’s collection appears. The only clues to what’s behind the entryway is gold lettering that reads “Section … Continued

Art as an Equalizer

Art as an Equalizer

A new program at The Andy Warhol Museum makes it a more welcoming destination for visitors with autism and sensory sensitivities.

Making the Difference

Making the Difference

Can kids who are blind and visually impaired enjoy the digital makerspace experience? Carnegie Science Center says yes, and took its Mobile Fab Lab to Erie to prove it.

Finding Acceptance at The Warhol

Finding Acceptance at The Warhol

Teenagers find fun, inspiration, and tolerance at The Andy Warhol Museum’s fourth annual LGBTQ+ Youth Prom.