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Inside Out — Jellyfish

On Thursday, August 5, enjoy happy hour in the museum's outdoor sculpture courtyard with an eclectic mix of disco, new wave, italo, house, post-punk music courtesy of Jellyfish.

Bring your appetite, too! Regional food trucks and a bar created by Café Carnegie offering custom snacks, kid-friendly treats, local beers, delicious wines, and more will be on-site.

While you’re at Inside Out, participate in art-making activities for all ages.

Inside Out events are FREE, open to all ages, have limited capacity, and are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Make a day of it and reserve your timed tickets to visit the museum before or after you enjoy Inside Out!

About the Artists:

Jellyfish is a queer dance party based in Pittsburgh with sounds and visuals by Ricky Moslen and Stephanie Tsong. Since 2017 the monthly party has welcomed dancers to a sweaty dance floor blanketed in neon + fog with an eclectic mix of disco, new wave, italo, house, post-punk, and more.

About Inside Out:

Inside Out is Carnegie Museum of Art’s new outdoor summer event series celebrating and supporting Pittsburgh’s rich cultural landscape. Running from June 5 through September 4 on Thursdays from 4-8 p.m. and Saturdays from 12-5 p.m., the museum is partnering with over 28 regional artists and small arts organizations to transform the museum’s outdoor Sculpture Courtyard into the season’s go-to destination with a robust schedule of pop-up performances, DJs, art-making activities, local food trucks and beverages, kid-friendly treats, and more. See the full schedule of events here.