Calendar of Events

Events

A painting with trees and water; beside the artwork are the words "What's up, Spring."

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

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.

Waterloo Bridge Monet

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the dreamlike, atmospheric depictions of the industrial landscape by Monet and his contemporaries. Free with admission!

People observing and discussing artwork in a gallery.

Learn about the works in our collection in a lively tour with a docent! Bring a friend or the whole family—every tour is unique and free with admission.

A woman holds a baby aloft in front of a painted wall.

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

Five images, from left to right: the marble bust of a young man, a group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, a person sowing seeds on a field, a hazy but colorful bridge with a city in the background, and a colorful face next to geometric shapes and lines.

Discover art from ancient times up to our contemporary moment. A prerequisite for becoming a docent at CMOA, this series only comes around once every few years.

A colorful drawn face looking sideways with geometric shapes and lines, next to the words "Crash Course"

This course investigates the shifting terrain of art after the World Wars. Discover how artists interpreted the rapid cultural change and expressed their ideas during a global moment of transition.

Five images, from left to right: the marble bust of a young man, a group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, a person sowing seeds on a field, a hazy but colorful bridge with a city in the background, and a colorful face next to geometric shapes and lines.

Discover art from ancient times up to our contemporary moment. A prerequisite for becoming a docent at CMOA, this series only comes around once every few years.

A colorful drawn face looking sideways with geometric shapes and lines, next to the words "Crash Course"

This course investigates the shifting terrain of art after the World Wars. Discover how artists interpreted the rapid cultural change and expressed their ideas during a global moment of transition.

A woman stands next to photographs on a gallery wall, giving a tour to a group of visitors.

Learn about the works in our collection in a lively tour with a docent! Bring a friend or the whole family—every tour is unique and free with admission.

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 woman in a seated yoga pose with her daughter in her lap.

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

Detail of a painting with geometric patterns and bright colors.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the vibrant, patterned art of Ruth Root. Free with admission!

A woman leans her head back, showing a brightly colored jewelry-like hearing aid.

Enjoy a lively conversation with an expert docent about the power of creative design celebrated in Access+Ability. Free with admission!

Two people dance with each other, one with their head bowed and one reaching out with his arm.

Join performance artist duo slowdanger for a movement practice in the galleries. This workshop challenges participants to explore the links between body, sound, and environment. The event is open to people of all abilities, ages 18 and older. American Sign Language interpretation will be provided.

Jealousy! Passion! Drama! Take a lively tour through history’s most famous tragedies of the heart with an expert docent—free with admission.

A young girl paints on a clay bowl

Registration open now. Creative fun for kids ages 4–13 plus High School workshops!

A close up of a woman's arms, one holding her sleeve and the other held delicately facing up.

Join City of Play for engaging social games that combine martial arts, dance, sports, theater, yoga, massage, and conflict resolution. Experience the galleries in a completely new way with games that encourage physical and emotional interaction.

Close-up of a bright eye with geometric lines and patterns on it.

Learn about the latest advancements in vision regeneration and the links between art and perception at this free lecture by acclaimed optogenetic restoration researcher Dr. José-Alain Sahel.

People seated behind rows of yoga mats, with mat-shaped paintings hanging behind them.

Join YOGAMOTIF for a special yoga practice that channels your creativity. Enjoy a one-hour yoga class in our beautiful spaces and create a painting as you move!

A hazy painting of a large bridge over a river, houses in the background, and smoke.

How does an exhibition come together? Who decides which paintings are chosen? Meet assistant curator Akemi May for a casual discussion of Monet and the Modern City! This event is free with admission.

People walk around a gallery of framed paintings.

Join us for a lively, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.

Gallery view of framed portraits.

Join us for a casual, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are blind or have low vision and their friends or families, this tour incorporates vibrant visual descriptions, hands-on materials, and new tactile reproductions of favorite artworks.

Young woman paints a mural.

It’s a neighborhood block party! Celebrate the creative energy of Wilkinsburg through art-making, performances, and more. Weather permitting, we’ll take over our courtyard for the fun.

People walk around a gallery of framed paintings.

Join us for a lively, 90-minute discussion of works in our collection. Designed for visitors who are deaf and their friends or families, this tour is led by an expert docent, assisted by an American Sign Language interpreter.