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.
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.
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.
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!
Explore America through drawings by Pittsburgh elementary school students. Instigated by Carnegie International artist Jeremy Deller, this pop-up exhibition culminates a week of classroom visits and a drawing session at the museum.
Join Carnegie International contributor Angie Keefer for a drawing session.
Join us off-site at Braddock Carnegie Library for a special drawing session with Carnegie International artist Sarah Crowner.
Join world-renowned Carnegie International artist Kerry James Marshall in a special drawing session.