Detail view of a painting featuring a woman playing a harp.

George Romney, The Honorable Mrs. Trevor (Viscountess Hampden) (detail), 1779-1780, Gift of Sarah Mellon Scaife

‘Visions of Order and Chaos’ Preview and Women’s Committee 60th Anniversary Party

Hall of Sculpture

$125, RSVP by February 23

Get an exclusive first look at Carnegie Museum of Art’s new exhibition Visions of Order and Chaos: The Enlightened Eye and help us toast the Women’s Committee, marking its 60th year as supporters of the museum.

6–7 p.m.: exhibition preview

7–9 p.m.: remarks, cocktails, and French-inspired delicacies

Cocktail attire

About the Exhibition

Visions of Order and Chaos: The Enlightened Eye packs CMOA’s Heinz Galleries with more than 200 popular and never-before-seen works from CMOA’s collection. Between 1750–1850, the world changed dramatically. Revolutions toppled monarchies, and constitutional democracy took root in the US and France. Comprising new acquisitions and longtime gallery favorites, the exhibition tells a story of this sensational century.

About the Women’s Committee

Since 1958, the Women’s Committee of Carnegie Museum of Art has been supporting the museum’s mission by planning and implementing programs and fundraising events, as well as serving as a catalyst for community impact. The committee’s most popular initiative, The Carnegie Trees, has been presented annually in the museum’s Hall of Architecture since 1961.

RSVP by Friday, February 23. For phone reservations, please call 412.353.4831.