Now more than ever, The Andy Warhol Museum’s annual LGBTQ+ Youth Prom provides a space of connection and community.
Tag: The Inclusive Museum
In conversation with the vice president for inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA)
Through greater access and representation, one couple hopes to bring art alive for more young people of color.
Perry Traditional Academy is working to become one of Pittsburgh’s top-performing high schools. Carnegie Science Center is helping the North Side high school reach its goal.
One Museum of Art donor gives back to the place that helped him make sense of life as an inquisitive teenager.
The Warhol’s School of Drag is the museum’s latest effort to provide more inclusive, accepting, and creative spaces for LGBTQ+ young people to thrive.
In a photo essay, artist Aleem Hurst explores domestic spaces and the call for social change.
A recounting of adventures in artmaking at The Warhol.
Volunteer leaders help give the public a fresh look at the artist and his museum.
Their travels have made them appreciate all they have at home in the four Carnegie Museums—and how important it is that more people see themselves in the museums.