Calendar of Events

Adults

People walk around gallery and some lie down in hammocks.

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.

Gallery wall painted dark with two large woven art pieces depicting high heeled shoes.

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.

Five images, from left to right: the marble bust of a young man, a group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, a person sowing seeds on a field, a hazy but colorful bridge with a city in the background, and a colorful face next to geometric shapes and lines.

Discover art from ancient times up to our contemporary moment. A prerequisite for becoming a docent at CMOA, this series only comes around once every few years.

A marble bust of a young man.

The first in a series of five classes, this course takes you into the art and architecture of ancient Greek and Rome.

People stand in a hallway next to large wooden sculptures and a comic book artwork on the left wall.

Enjoy a lively, daily conversation with an expert in the 'Carnegie International,' a review of contemporary art from around the globe. Free with admission!

Five images, from left to right: the marble bust of a young man, a group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, a person sowing seeds on a field, a hazy but colorful bridge with a city in the background, and a colorful face next to geometric shapes and lines.

Discover art from ancient times up to our contemporary moment. A prerequisite for becoming a docent at CMOA, this series only comes around once every few years.

A marble bust of a young man.

The first in a series of five classes, this course takes you into the art and architecture of ancient Greek and Rome.

People walk around gallery and some lie down in hammocks.

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.

Four people do a yoga pose on the floor of the Hall of Architecture.

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!

Bright yellow background with a decorative border and the text: Museum Joy

Capture "museum joy" one last time with Carnegie International artist Beverly Semmes's exclusive fashion experience and a headline performance by MHYSA & SCRAAATCH.

Gallery view of two multi-media artworks, one hanging across the wall and the other stacked on the floor.

Join us for a public symposium featuring presentations by University of Pittsburgh students who have conducted ambitious research on the Carnegie International.

People observing and discussing artwork in a gallery

Take a breezy gallery stroll with one of our expert docents! These free, daily drop-in tours are available with museum admission. Learn about the works in CMOA’s collection. Every tour is unique!

A group of people listen to a speaker talk in a gallery.

Join us for a public symposium featuring presentations by University of Pittsburgh students who have conducted ambitious research on the Carnegie International.

Join Carnegie International contributors Josiah McElheny, John Corbett, and Jim Dempsey for a unique drawing session.

A black-and-white artwork that reads "Seriously?"

See the Carnegie International one last time with half off admission!

Feast: Fry with a drawing of a fish

Toast to the end of the Carnegie International with a take on the traditional Pittsburgh fish fry and pierogi.

Join us for a unique evening of experimental sound composition inspired by mid-century modern architecture, featuring composer, cornetist, and improviser, Rob Mazurek.

Woman holding young baby aloft in front of painted wall

Explore movement on the mat and in the galleries with your baby!

A group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, next to the words "Crash Course"

From the fall of the Roman Empire to the rise of the Baroque period and every cultural shift in between, this course traces the major trends in art history from 1000 to the late 1800s.

A group of women and cherubs looking into a mirror, next to the words "Crash Course"

From the fall of the Roman Empire to the rise of the Baroque period and every cultural shift in between, this course traces the major trends in art history from 1000 to the late 1800s.

A person wearing a hat and holding a bag of seeds sows a field, next to the words "Crash Course"

The second in a series of five classes, this course takes you into the formative eras of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art.

A person wearing a hat and holding a bag of seeds sows a field, next to the words "Crash Course"

The second in a series of five classes, this course takes you into the formative eras of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art.

A colorful pattern of repeating geometric shapes; nestled among these shapes is a small picture of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.