Inside Out — Cold Cuts

Sculpture Court

Join us on Thursday, June 30 from 5 to 9 p.m. in the Sculpture Court for DJ sets by Cold Cuts and Private Sea.

Streets on the Fly food truck will be on-site at the museum serving small dishes found in the most frequented markets, streets, and bazaars around the world.

Trace Brewing, the official brewery partner of Inside Out, will have beer for sale. A selection of non-alcoholic beverages will also be available.

Inside Out events are FREE and most events are open to audiences of all ages. Make a day of it and reserve your timed tickets to visit the museum before or after you enjoy Inside Out!

Liner Notes with Lauren Goshinski

Lauren Goshinksi: Hi Cold Cuts - for this edition of inside out you are breaking from your regularly scheduled disco program for something a little different. Can you tell us more about this and why you're exploring new directions for Inside Out?
Jarrett Tebbets: I've been fortunate to have the chance to curate and play Inside Out & the Third Thursday series in the past with Carnegie Museum of Art, and during those times, my main focus was dance and disco. I was thinking, "Let's turn the museum out!" The last go around had me thinking if I had the chance to do it again, I want to switch it up and do something different, and here we are.

Playing at the museum can sometimes feel more like a performance or a journey and less like a DJ dance set, so I wanted to take a similar line to that thinking. A 5–9 p.m. set time felt like the perfect time to make the courtyard into a chill-out rave room instead of a full-blown disco. I'm excited to switch it up and see where it goes.

Lauren Goshinksi: Please tell us more about your +1 guest!
Jarrett Tebbets: Private Sea are Ryan M Todd and Alex Tebbs Mitchell, a musical project built for an auditory exploration of the wild blue yonder. Private Sea, an electronic music duo based in Philadelphia, PA, composes and performs ambient, new age, and space music. Ryan and Alex produce in the studio and conduct an ensemble of live electronic and organic instruments in immersive and intimate environments.

Lauren Goshinksi: You have been a longtime DJ and party promoter around Pittsburgh and know the landscape well. In your opinion why is a free all-ages space like Carnegie Museum of Art good for electronic & experimental music?
Jarrett Tebbets: It's incredibly important to have these types of events and spaces as they're few and far between. Your options are limited as a teen when it comes to electronic/dance music, and to have something like this available would've blown 16-year-old Jarrett's mind. The lineup and curation of this year's Inside Out is absolutely bonkers, and thinking that if there's just one teen that walks away with a new appreciation for a genre they never heard before, or we send them down a rabbit hole of music, it's a job well done.

Lauren Goshinksi: Any shoutouts you'd like to make?
Jarrett Tebbets: First and foremost, I want to shout out to my wife, Nicole Battle. She's been my A1 since Day 1 and always pushes me to do better and be better. Boo Lean, Huny, Dana & Carnegie Museum of Art, thank you for the opportunity to be a part of Inside Out. Lastly, shout out to everyone that eats their Italian hoagies cold.

About the Artists

Jarrett Tebbets (Cold Cuts) is a Pittsburgh-based DJ and a producer of the infamous party Hot Mass. Responsible for every 4th Saturday's lineup at Hot Mass, Jarrett has brought a unique blend of house & disco to Pittsburgh. Previous guests at Hot Mass include The Black Madonna, Tama Sumo, Kon, Rahaan, John Morales, Jamie 3:26, Zernell, Sleazy McQueen, Prosumer, Basic Soul Unit, and many more.

About Inside Out

Inside Out is Carnegie Museum of Art's free outdoor summer event series. Inside Out takes place from Saturday, June 4 through Saturday, August 13 in the museum’s Sculpture Court in an immersive pavilion by artist Rafael Domenech, commissioned for the 58th Carnegie International.

Curated by Lauren Goshinski and huny young, this year's lineup of Thursday evening DJ performances highlights a wide range of crews and collectives who are active across Pittsburgh’s nightlife scenes. The 2022 Inside Out series is centered around the concept of “+1.” Each crew has been invited to add a special guest artist to help expand the music and connections for artists and audiences alike.


Generous support is provided by The Benter Foundation.

Carnegie Museum of Art is supported by The Heinz Endowments and Allegheny Regional Asset District. Carnegie Museum of Art receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Inside Out is Supported By

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