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Drop-In Programs Bruce Galleries, Scaife Galleries

ARTventures

Join us in our galleries for hands-on art-inspired activities every weekend. Discover a new theme and a new group of artworks each week. Just drop in.

Drop-In Programs, Tours Museum of Art Lobby

Drop-In Collection Tour

Learn about the works in our collection in a lively tour with a docent! Bring a friend or the whole family—every tour is unique and free with admission.

Drop-In Programs, Tours Museum of Art Lobby

Art Chat: In Sharp Focus: Charles “Teenie” Harris

Enjoy a lively conversation with a docent about the legacy of Pittsburgh icon Charles “Teenie” Harris in a new gallery. Free with admission!

View of the underside of an expressway overpass with hills in the background

Featured Story

Visit storyboard.cmoa.org

Storyboard

Examining Transformation to Better Understand Our World

Discover Storyboard, Carnegie Museum of Art’s award-winning online journal. Read the latest issue: Altered Landscapes. "Examining Transformation to Better Understand Our World" on Storyboard

Event Calendar

Hillman Photography Initiative


The Hillman Photography Initiative connects Carnegie Museum of Art with audiences to exchange new ideas about photography. By collaborating with individuals in and beyond the museum, the Initiative provides opportunities to experience innovative photography onsite and online.

White gloved hands hold a series of black and while photos depicting the insides of a large field camera

Teenie Harris Archive


Over 70,000 images comprise one of the most detailed and intimate records of the black urban experience known today.

Charles “Teenie” Harris standing on sidewalk holding his camera
Detail of Vincent van Gogh’s painting Wheat Fields after the Rain (The Plain of Auvers)

Custom Prints from the Museum Collection

Curate your own gallery with custom prints from the museum collection. Each print is made to order according to the specifications you choose.

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