- Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie InternationalSept. 24, 2022 – Apr. 2, 2023
- Neapolitan PresepioThrough Jan. 9, 2023
- Carnegie Trees: Holiday SplendorThrough Jan. 9, 2023
- Crossroads: Carnegie Museum of Art’s Collection 1945 to NowOngoing
- Extraordinary Ordinary ThingsOngoing
- In Sharp Focus: Charles “Teenie” HarrisOngoing
- A Pittsburgh AnthologyOngoing
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. 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.
Carnegie Museum of Art and WQED-FM present Artists in the World, a new podcast that opens conversations between artists and their contemporaries. Artists in the World uplifts artistic voices and explores multiple histories, geographies, and current events while creating space for new ideas and possibilities. Listen now.
Shop our collection of exclusive products, artist-designed 58th Carnegie International merchandise, and a wide selection of art books, including the Carnegie Museum of Art Collection Handbook, and gifts. Shop in-person at the museum or online. Gift cards that can be used for admission, store items, events, camps, classes, and more are available for purchase online.
On Sunday, November 27 and Monday, November 28, save 15% on everything in the Carnegie Museum of Art Store when you shop in-store or online!
Curate your own gallery with custom prints from our collection. Each print is made to order as per the specifications you choose. Shop now!
Deck your walls! Custom prints make a great gift, whether you’re shopping for someone special or yourself! Through November 30, save 10% on all paper prints and 20% on all framed prints and canvas!
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.
Explore Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh membership and discover the benefits that you, your family, and friends can enjoy. Every level of membership includes unlimited general admission to all four Carnegie museums. Learn all about our free Teen Membership and Community Access Membership, as well as other ways to get involved and support the museum.