Calendar of Events


Streetview from CMOA

Admission to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History is free on the Third Sunday of each month throughout 2018. Enjoy all of our special exhibitions and collection galleries at no cost.

College students looking at a sculpture

Free, daily drop-in tours are available with museum admission. Learn about the works in CMOA’s collection from our trained docents. Every tour is unique!

Woman doing yoga. She is bending over and stretching backward, so far that her hands are on the floor behind her. Above the woman is a wall mural of geometric shapes forming a large arc across the blank wall.

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!

Plaster relief showing a lion among leafy foliage. The lion's mouth is open, and its tail is bent upwards above its back.

Be inspired by the monumental plaster cast collection in the Hall of Architecture every Saturday and Sunday to create your own take-home plaster mold. Just drop in!

Cartoon drawing of a cat wearing a helmet and scarf, riding a scooter

Join Art Cat for an all-ages sketchbook adventure every weekend at the museum. Just drop in—bring your family and your imagination. We provide the materials.

Woman doing yoga pose, standing on one leg in an art gallery

Recharge and renew at a full morning of wellness!

Sculpture of small, shiny figure staring at large, lumpy pillar

In celebration of Women's History Month, stroll through our galleries for inspiration from women: as artists, as muses, as pathbreakers.

Photograph by artist Deana Lawson of two African-American men sitting on a couch. One man is holding his hand toward the camera as if he's pulling a trigger. The other man has elaborate gold dental ornamentation.

Join artist Deana Lawson and curator Dan Leers to celebrate the opening of Deana Lawson in CMOA's Forum Gallery.

Photo of a large space filled with reproductions of buildings and building fragments, including a very large church, at rear, pillars, and stone relief in foreground.

Join Michigan-based ceramicist Abigail Murray in our magnificent Hall of Architecture for a workshop investigating texture through the medium of plaster.