Calendar of Events

Events

College students looking at a sculpture

Free, daily drop-in tours are available with museum admission. Learn about the works in CMOA’s collection from our trained docents. Every tour is unique!

Woman doing yoga pose, standing on one leg in an art gallery

Museums are places for renewal, celebrating the great accomplishments of fellow humans. Join a crew of fellow humans for a weekly, rejuvenating yoga session set in Pittsburgh’s most beautiful spaces!

In the Moment tour at Carnegie Museum of Art

In the Moment tours invite those with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, and their care partners, to explore our collection together. This experience includes conversation, works of art, and enjoying each other’s company.

Art Cat at the CMOA Lozziwurm

We're celebrating the launch of Art Cat's Sketchbook with art activities, and a little help from Humane Animal Rescue. Bring a drawing of your favorite cat for $2 off admission and to contribute to our community cat gallery.

It's a boozy, bearded Craft Night at CMOA! Start by infusing your own bitters. The experts from Wigle Whiskey will guide you in selecting the perfect botanical ingredients to craft the perfect blend! Enjoy a cocktail featuring Wigle spirits while you're at it. Afterward, we'll take a tour of the great beards of the CMOA collection—trust us, there's some epic facial hair up in those galleries.

From left to right, a series of three images featuring Bradford Young, a production still from the film Black America Again, and Common

Join Carnegie Museum of Art, artist and Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Bradford Young (Arrival, Selma), and hip-hop artist, actor, and producer Common for a screening of the short film Black America Again. This event also debuts REkOGNIZE, Young’s video installation that explores the history, legacy, and identity of Pittsburgh’s Hill District.

Close-up view of a sketchpad resting on a knee. There is a drawing on the sketchpad, and a hand holding a pen just overhead.

Create photograms—camera-less photographs—with Pittsburgh as a backdrop!

Silver Eye Center for Photography’s exhibition, Past Present Future: Western Pennsylvania’s Places and People, will serve as inspiration for this session led by Ashley McNelis, Curatorial Assistant, Carnegie Int’l, 57th ed., 2018.