A close up of a woman's arms, one holding her sleeve and the other held delicately facing up.

Nicolaes Maes, Portrait of a Woman by a Fountain (detail), ca. 1665, Carnegie Museum of Art, bequest of Howard A. Noble

Intimacy Games with City of Play

Carnegie Museum of Art

Free with registration

Join City of Play (external link) for engaging social games that combine martial arts, dance, sports, theater, yoga, massage, and conflict resolution. Experience the galleries in a completely new way with games that encourage physical and emotional interaction.

These workshops are open to people of all abilities, ages 18 and older. Participants should be prepared to move within their abilities.

Games run Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from June 10 to 21. Event is free, but requires registration. Meet at the front admissions desk.

Event Registration

About Performers at Play: Senses

We invited performers to use our galleries as a place to play throughout the summer. Multidisciplinary artists slowdanger (external link) and experimental carnival City of Play (external link) will work with visitors to push the boundaries of feeling and extend the senses.

Look for workshops, pop-up experiences, games, and dynamic performances to roll out from June to September.


Everyone is welcome! Carnegie Museum of Art works continually to make museum programs and exhibitions accessible to all visitors. To request accommodations to enhance your visit, please contact visitorservices@carnegiemuseums.org, or call 412.622.3131.