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Kids & Families

Join us for fun activities and classes for kids of all ages! With drop-in gallery activities, art classes, summer camps, and preschool play dates, there's always something for kids to do at the museum.


Passionate about art? Explore how art history, art making, and museum studies relate to the world today in one of the growing number of teen classes and workshops at the Carnegie Museum of Art.


Whether a lifelong adult learner, an art expert, or new to the scene, you can join in on conversations in the galleries with drop-in tours, connect with fellow art enthusiasts on Third Thursdays, hear from international artists and scholars at one of our upcoming lectures, or explore the history of art in one of our art history classes.


Achieve your educational goals through engaging experiences at the museum. We have programs and workshops for teachers, college and profesional learners as well as homeschool programs.


Art has the power to make education tangible. Explore the Museum on your own with your class, or reserve a school group visit packed with Common Core skill-building.

Programs for Accessibility

We offer special programming for tour groups and individuals with memory loss, those who are deaf, blind or partially sighted, and other adults and students with special needs.

In the Community

Through a series of innovative projects, neighborhood-minded initiatives, and cross-organizational collaborations, the museum offers culturally rich experiences to residents of neighborhoods throughout the Pittsburgh region.