Events & Programs

a painting of a person sleeping in a bed.

Black Lives in Focus highlights twenty artworks, ten written responses, and a video that explore the richness and complexity of the Black experience in America.

Painting of a bowl of pears, bananas, and citrus fruits

Take part in CMOA’s long-running In the Moment program, designed for people with Alzheimer's and dementia, from the comfort of your own home.

A painting of a field of flowers.

Join certified yoga instructor Lydia Kilian for a series of calming art meditations inspired by works in our collection, offered virtually via Zoom.

A detail of a glass artwork

Join us for this immersive artist-led master class with artist Sara Greenberger Rafferty in partnership with nearby Fallingwater and the Pittsburgh Glass Center!

Join artist and educator Sharif Bey (b. 1974) in conversation on his artistic process, engaging his past and present selves, and recovering or unearthing sources of inspiration.

a Chaise longue with neutral leather and rounded metal tubes

Celebrate the inspiring histories of women in the fields of decorative arts and design!

A detail of a print of a crane and pine tree

Dr. Frank Feltens, Associate Curator of Japanese Art at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington D.C., will lecture on the history of the Freer Gallery’s Japanese art collection and how the most recent additions stay true to the original intentions and aesthetics of founder Charles Lang Freer.

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