Discover a new exhibition about the fraught relationship between humans and the environment, featuring work by ten Pittsburgh-area artists, now open.

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  1. Mar 5

    Having young voices in the galleries is the best part of every week. Welcome, !

  2. Mar 4

    Are you interested in learning about working in a museum? We worked with three incredible teens last year and we're excited to welcome another cohort of paid teen interns this summer. Apply now!

  3. Mar 4

    Join us tomorrow! Tickets are pay-what-you-can: free, $5, or $10.

  4. Mar 3

    Work is underway as we prepare our next exhibition! An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain, opening March 14, is the first major retrospective of the Vietnamese American photographer's work. Lê has been working closely with our team to hang the 110 featured photographs.

  5. Mar 3

    Thanks to everyone who joined us last night! We're lucky to work with such a vibrant community of thoughtful youth leaders and we can't wait to continue this conversation.

  6. Mar 1

    Three Little Pigs, a layered tryptich by artist Su Su, contains surreal imagery and allusions to Chinese and American popular culture that explore links between human desires and environmental consequences of consumption. Counterpressures is on view through July 12!

  7. Feb 29

    We're sharing this in celebration of our next exhibition, An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain, Lê's first major career retrospective! The exhibition opens on Saturday, March 14. Via :

  8. Feb 28

    We’re thrilled to officially announce Eric Crosby as our new Director! Eric has been instrumental in reimagining the museum’s artistic program, especially as we prepare for the next Carnegie International, launching in 2022. Congratulations, Eric!

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    Feb 28

    News | Eric Crosby to Lead the Carnegie Museum of Art

  10. Feb 26

    Congratulations to our friend Ingrid Schaffner on her exciting new position with the ! Schaffner curated the 2018 here in Pittsburgh. Read kmore in :

  11. Feb 25

    Thanks to for joining us at last week's packed opening for Counterpressures! It was incredible to see the Forum gallery so lively.

  12. Feb 25

    "Art is about emotion; if art needs to be explained it is no longer art." —Pierre Auguste , who was born in 1841. Pierre Auguste Renoir, Young Girl in Pink (Petite fille en rose), 1895, Carnegie Museum of Art.

  13. Feb 24

    Today's the day! Summer camp registration is now available. Whether your child is crazy for clay or a mini Monet, our week-long camps keep kids inspired, engaged, and eager to learn. Scholarships are available!

  14. Feb 24
  15. Feb 23

    we offer discounts on admission? Whether you're a college student, a teacher in our region, or a visitor coming in after 3 p.m. during the week, we can't wait to see you!

  16. Feb 21

    This is not a drawing. While at first glance, the handwritten numbers and curved hardware may look like marks of a pen, this work by created entirely with the keystrokes and symbols of a typewriter. See this piece (and more) in A Pittsburgh Anthology!

  17. Feb 20

    We're excited to open the doors to our newest exhibition tonight! Join us for a free opening reception at 7 p.m. If you can't make it to the museum, check out our Instagram (@thecmoa) for live video.

  18. Feb 19

    "Art has a power to draw people in, regardless of their ideology or personal experiences. It can be a catalyst for engaging with each other and considering how we fit into the bigger picture." Counterpressures opens tomorrow! Read more in :

  19. Feb 18

    Free this Thursday? Meet the ten Pittsburgh-area artists featured in our newest exhibition, Counterpressures, at a FREE gallery opening! The event features a live spoken word performance and cash bar. Thanks, !

  20. Feb 18

    Don't miss archivist Dominique Luster live on our Instagram channel (@thecmoa) at 10 a.m.! If you're not able to join us live, the video will be available on our Instagram Story for 24 hours.


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