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The Carnegie Museum of Art is hosting Inside Out, an outdoor event series of art, food and music, as a way to unite the Pittsburgh community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carnegie Museum of Art shakes up summer with Inside Out event

By Jessica McKenzie, Staff Writer July 14, 2021
The Carnegie Museum of Art is not only offering the community their expansive collection of exhibits this summer, but they are now including food trucks, musical performances and easels where guests can explore through art.
The Carnegie Museums will reopen to their members on June 26 and the general public on June 29.

Carnegie Museums to reopen amid pandemic uncertainty

By Charlie Taylor, Culture Editor June 16, 2020
The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh will reopen later this month after a three-month closure, and visitors may have to treat each other like priceless works of art.
Carnegie Museum of Art debuts online exhibition series with ‘Lake Valley’

Carnegie Museum of Art debuts online exhibition series with ‘Lake Valley’

By Charlie Taylor, Culture Editor May 26, 2020
Disorienting sounds play as overlapping cut-out shapes slowly fill the screen, creating the mesmerizing landscapes of artist Rachel Rose’s “Lake Valley.”
The Phipps Conservatory will have its “Orchid and Tropical Bonsai show: Out of the World” from Jan. 18 to March 8.

From Phipps to the Carnegie Museum of Art: all the culture new to Pitt in 2020

By Delilah Bourque, Culture Editor January 6, 2020
As the spring semester begins and classes resume, finding something to do is a challenge for many in the dreary, often cold and wet weather in the Pittsburgh wintertime.
Museumgoers at the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Third Thursday event.

Third Thursday: Block Party event connects Wilkinsburg artists

By Isabella Colaianni, For The Pitt News June 25, 2019
A usual visit to a museum might include viewing famous paintings, standing feet away from casts of ancient sculptures and maybe visiting the gift shop on the way out.
Graphic by Christian Snyder | Editor-in-Chief

Free for students: Art, exercise, buses and more!

By The Pitt News Staff May 30, 2018

One of the best perks of being a student at Pitt is the Panther Card. In addition to all of the traditional purposes a student ID serves, like holding dining passes, granting access to dorms and registering...

“She Who Tells A Story” challenges Western preconceptions of Arab women

“She Who Tells A Story” challenges Western preconceptions of Arab women

By Kelechi Urama / Staff Writer June 10, 2015

In the Heinz Galleries at the Carnegie Museum of Art, a black and white photo by Shirin Neshat depicts a woman’s hand over her closed mouth.The words of Forough Farrokhzad, one of the most influential...

Mixed media: Artists rave at museum’s cultural extravaganza

Mixed media: Artists rave at museum’s cultural extravaganza

By Chris Estes / For The Pitt News May 12, 2015

Guests of the #NOWSEETHIS party at the Carnegie Museum of Art this Saturday had an opportunity to check out local fifth graders’ art projects before breaking it down on a sweaty, chaotic dance floor.The...

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