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Text: What's up Winter. Next to a picture of a neon house inside a gallery.

Winter brings a season of discovery and renewal. See what’s new this season at the Carnegie Museum of Art!

People stand in a hallway next to large wooden sculptures and a comic book artwork on the left wall.

Enjoy a lively, daily conversation with an expert in the 'Carnegie International,' a review of contemporary art from around the globe. Free with admission!

An artwork made of glass, steel, and coal in geometric shapes across the floor of a marble room.

Hear local musicians perform an interpretive piece based on From Smoke and Tangled Waters We Carried Fire Home, the Fine Prize-winning work by indigenous art collective Postcommodity in the Carnegie International.

People walk around gallery and some lie down in hammocks.

These free, daily drop-in tours are available with museum admission! Learn about the works in the 'Carnegie International' and find a new perspective on contemporary art.

People walk around gallery and some lie down in hammocks.

These free, daily drop-in tours are available with museum admission! Learn about the works in the 'Carnegie International' and find a new perspective on contemporary art.

Four people do a yoga pose on the floor of the Hall of Architecture.

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!

A group of young kids wearing school clothes and paper hats sit in a line in the Hall of Architecture.

This Third Thursday, celebrate the masters of tomorrow and connect with stories about the here and now!

People observing and discussing artwork in a gallery

Take a breezy gallery stroll with one of our expert docents! These free, daily drop-in tours are available with museum admission. Learn about the works in CMOA’s collection. Every tour is unique!

Teenage girl painting at an easel in an art studio

The Art Connection is Pittsburgh’s premiere art program for students in grades 5 through 9. Learn drawing, printmaking, painting, sculpture, and mixed media, culminating with a student exhibition at Carnegie Museum of Art. Entering its 90th year, The Art Connection combines big ideas and practical know-how to prepare young people for a world of visual information and creative problem-solving.

Group of kids sitting on the floor sketching in a gallery

Join us in our all-new galleries of modern and contemporary art for hands-on activities for all ages! Discover a new theme, and a new group of artworks each week. Just drop in.

Martin Luther King Jr. sits at a desk with other people.

January 21, 2019, marks the 90th birthday of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates his legacy by highlighting works of art and activities that inspire discussion and reflection. All activities free with admission.

Tacita Dean's Event for a Stage shows every Monday throughout the run of the International in the beautiful Music Hall.

Tour guide discusses art with a group of people

Join us for casual, 90-minute, in-gallery discussions of the 57th Carnegie International. Tours in ASL will include a sign language interpreter by skilled guides. We'll visit selected works of art throughout the exhibition. Share the experience with a friend, or two!

Join us for a screening of family-friendly short films that center on the theme of children. Taking cues from the ”International,“ these films help you dive deeper into this multi-layered exhibition.

A man on a foggy road standing near a group of sheep.

Join us for a screening of a film around the theme of children. Taking its cues from the 'International,' this film helps you dive deeper into this multi-layered exhibition.

Chef Keyla Nogueira Cook scraping greens out of a frying pan

On four special evenings during the Carnegie International, CMOA welcomes regional chefs and culinary teams to our kitchen. Enjoy a four-course, family-style meal along with wine and cocktail pairings, each reflecting on the exhibition.

Gallery wall painted dark with two large woven art pieces depicting high heeled shoes.

The Spring Artist Lecture Series at Carnegie Mellon University School of Art collaborates with the 57th Carnegie International to present artist lectures by exhibition artists.

Woman holding young baby aloft in front of painted wall

Explore movement on the mat and in the galleries with your baby!

Tour guide discusses art with a group of people

Join us for casual, 90-minute, in-gallery discussions of the 57th Carnegie International. Trained guides in visual descriptions discuss selected works of art and provide sensory experiences for visually impaired audiences. Share the experience with a friend, or two!