Installation view of Thu Van Tran, Colors of Grey, 2022, Carnegie Museum of Art, courtesy of the artist and Carnegie Museum of Art; photo: Sean Eaton

Welcome to Carnegie Museum of Art!

Is it morning for you yet?, The 58th Carnegie International

September 24, 2022–April 2, 2023

Since 1896, the Carnegie International, North America’s longest-running exhibition of international contemporary art, has provided an overview of how art and artists respond to the critical questions of the times. Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie International is now open! The 58th edition of this storied exhibition features more than 100 artists from around the world and traces the geopolitical footprint of the United States since 1945.

Group Visits, Daily Tours and Conversations

On Thursday and Saturday, get a closer look at what’s on view with a Date with a Docent, an in-depth, personalized, tour of a specific area of our collection, a current exhibition, or the architecturally significant elements of the museum. Led by one of our esteemed docents, every Date with a Docent is free with museum admission. Advance registration is required.

Join us for drop-in tours of the 58th Carnegie International, offered every day of the week! Free with admission, these tour are designed to guide visitors through a constellation of artworks and connect the currents of the exhibition with contemporary issues and ideas. Adult groups of ten or more are welcome to schedule group visits.

Refractions: 58th Carnegie International Conversation Series

Refractions is series of conversation-based readings, artist talks, and performances that position artists in the 58th Carnegie International in conversation with people across disciplines, practice, and geography. Beginning on Thursday, October 13, this series, hosted in the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, is designed to expand the context and experience of the exhibition. These in-person conversations will ignite the imagination with language, music, histories, cultural reflection, personal narratives, and more. Check out the full schedule.

Resources for Educators

Explore resources and professional development opportunities for educators. Through programs like teacher residencies, online learning tool kits, and lesson plans, field trips to the museum, and more, educators can enrich their curricula in dynamic ways. The museum also offers specific experiences for K-12 students to meet educators’ learning goals.

Custom Prints

Curate your own gallery with custom prints from our collection. Each print is made to order as per the specifications you choose. Shop now!

The Art Connection

Registration is now open for The Art Connection and Youth Artist Studio!

Entering its 94th year, The Art Connection is our long-running series of Saturday art classes for students ages 5 through 9. Both morning and afternoon sessions are available.

Youth Artist Studio, hosted on Thursday evenings, is a program for students in grades 10 through 12 to dedicate time to their art practice at the museum in a studio setting.

Premier Partners

Highmark and the Alleghany Health Network

Nova Chemicals

Fort Pitt Capital Group