Events & Programs

As a part of Refractions: 58th Carnegie International Conversation Series, join us for an in-person conversation between Sohrab Mohebbi, the Kathe and Jim Patrinos Curator of the 58th Carnegie International, and terra0, a Berlin-based group of developers, theorists, and artists.

An adult reading to children.

Join us for story time with curatorial assistant Alyssa Velazquez reading Solutions for Cold Feet and Other Little Problems by Carey Sookocheff.

Five people in a row

Join the musicians of the SCALE Fellowship for an afternoon with women vocalists who will lift your heart and celebrate a season of family and gathering together.

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.

five musicians in front of a colorful wall

Bring in your new year with an affirmation of life through the music and celebration of C Street Brass, a dynamic jazz quintet based in Pittsburgh.

Curtis Lovell, courtesy of the artist.

Join us for the final Sounds of the Season concert, an afternoon of Jazz featuring Curtis Lovell.

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 with visual artist and educator Ignacia Biskupovica.

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.

As a part of Refractions: 58th Carnegie International Conversation Series, join us for an in-person conversation between Sophie Kier and Kathernie Hubbard.


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