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!

Iris van Herpen CMOA installation photo

Explore the stunning exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion with a CMOA docent!

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!

CMOA Store Marketplace items

The CMOA Store has stocked up on fashion-forward merchandise during the run of our exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion. During this special Marketplace weekend, March 31–April 2, the store will expand its style offerings even further!

Iris van Herpen CMOA installation photo

Explore the stunning exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion with a CMOA docent!

CMOA Store Marketplace items

The CMOA Store has stocked up on fashion-forward merchandise during the run of our exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion. During this special Marketplace weekend, March 31–April 2, the store will expand its style offerings even further!

Installation shot of Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion at Carnegie Museum of Art

Are you hungry for fashion? We have the perfect recipe to satisfy your craving!

CMOA Store Marketplace items

The CMOA Store has stocked up on fashion-forward merchandise during the run of our exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion. During this special Marketplace weekend, March 31–April 2, the store will expand its style offerings even further!

girls write header

Carnegie Museum of Art and Girls Write Pittsburgh welcome girls ages 13–18 for a free writing workshop inspired by works of art at CMOA.

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.

Five images of human figures from ancient art to painting today.

In this rare opportunity, knowledgeable, engaging scholars hand-picked by Carnegie Museum of Art guide you through the famous, the infamous, the mysterious, and the yet-to-be-discovered. It's a 4-week crash course in a big slice of the history of art.

Five images of human figures from ancient art to painting today.

In this rare opportunity, knowledgeable, engaging scholars hand-picked by Carnegie Museum of Art guide you through the famous, the infamous, the mysterious, and the yet-to-be-discovered. It's a 4-week crash course in a big slice of the history of art.

Courtesy High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Photo by Mike Jensen.

Your morning needs some social time. Your brain could use a boost! Stroller Tours at CMOA are tailor-made for parents and caregivers with small children.

A woman and an man looking to the right. The woman is speaking. The man is wearing a top hat.

Join CMOA and Pitt Film Studies for an exclusive screening series with renowned Irish novelist Patrick McCabe.

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Neil Jordan collaborated extensively with McCabe, adapting two of his books for the screen: The Butcher Boy and Breakfast on Pluto. Join us for a program screening three of Jordan’s Films, featuring conversations with McCabe, who is currently distinguished visiting faculty at the University of Pittsburgh. Every ticket includes a signed book!

Image of author Beverly Serrell on a larger image of people viewing art in a gallery

Since its publication in 1996, Exhibit Labels: An Interpretive Approach has been one of the foremost reference tools for museums seeking to write clear and engaging interpretive texts for their visitors. Please join us for an intimate conversation with author Beverly Serrell, as we celebrate publication of the book’s second edition and reflect on the art of planning, writing, and designing effective interpretive labels for museum audiences.

Michael Williams, Truth About Painting 2  (detail), 2017, inkjet on canvas, Courtesy of the artist; CANADA, New York; Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels; and Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich and New York © Michael Williams

Party in another dimension for the launch of Styles and Customs of the 2020s, a virtual reality experience by Scatter x DIS created for the Hillman Photography Initiative's LIGHTIME.

Teachers learning in a museum gallery

Join museum educators and curators for in-depth in-gallery conversations. This workshop examines technology as an artist's tool, looking back to film, and forward to 3D printers and digital output.

Dress covered in flowing, rippling pleats, with words "Normal Rules Don't Apply"

Join us for an unparalleled event in Pittsburgh, HAUTE WIRED, an evening of cocktails and dinner amidst Iris van Herpen's stunning collection of gowns, and be sure to wear YOUR work of art.