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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.
Pitt students read  poetry written by inside students as part of an inside-out class run within the SCI Somerset prison in the fall semester.

The Outbreak | Coronavirus is separating me from my classmates in prison

The Outbreak is a new blog describing the different ways the coronavirus pandemic affects our lives. Today, opinions editor Leah Mensch writes about the end of her class sessions in a Pennsylvania prison.
By Leah Mensch, Contributing Editor March 15, 2020
In my autobiography writing course, Pitt going online means that I’m losing contact with half of my classmates -- the ones incarcerated at SCI Somerset.
A scene from Anomalisa. (Photo courtesy Paramount Pictures/TNS)

“Anomalisa” an animated achievement

By Ian Flanagan / Staff Writer January 25, 2016

While “Inside Out” advanced the potential of modern animated cinema last summer, “Anomalisa” matures the field into serious critical consideration.  “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”...

Docter embraces metaphor with emotional, whimsical “Inside Out”

Docter embraces metaphor with emotional, whimsical “Inside Out”

By Kelechi Urama / Staff Writer June 16, 2015

“Inside Out”Starring: Kaitlyn Dias, Amy Poehler, Phyllis SmithDirected By: Pete DocterGrade: A-Stock up on Kleenex, because “Inside Out” will leave you sniffling — or outright bawling — in...

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