Events & Programs

College students looking at a sculpture

Join a Carnegie Museum of Art docent for an interactive overview tour of Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie International orienting you to the layout of the exhibition, the artists and collections.

Join a Carnegie Museum of Art docent for an interactive overview tour of Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie International orienting you to the layout of the exhibition, the artists and collections.

Join us for drop-in art-making and inquiry inspired by the currents, ideas, questions, and materials found through out Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie International.

A person reading a book to children

Join us for Story Saturday: What to do with a Box by Jane Yolen and explore the possibilities of a cardboard box.

Caregivers and parents with young children, join us for a morning of movement and making that provides insight and experiences of artworks in Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie International.

As a part of Refractions: 58th Carnegie International Conversation Series, join us for an in-person conversation between poet and National Book Award finalist Solmaz Sharif and Negar Azimi, a writer and the senior editor of the magazine Bidoun.

A group of teens working at a table

Join us for drop-in art-making and inquiry inspired by the currents, ideas, questions, and materials found through out Is it morning for you yet?, the 58th Carnegie International.

As a part of Refractions: 58th Carnegie International Conversation Series, join us for an in-person conversation between artist Tishan Hsu and Ryan Inouye, associate curator for the 58th Carnegie International.

Artist Malcolm Peacock's The insistent desire for and impossibility of being brings together a diverse group of Black Pittsburghers for a work of performance art experienced by one visitor at a time.

An adult reading to children.

Spend an afternoon celebrating the birthday of Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi in this reimagining of Noguchi as a young boy wandering through an outdoor market, through the forest, and then by the ocean.


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