Christina Lee

Inside Out

A New Outdoor Summer Event Series, Launching June 5

Inside Out celebrates Pittsburgh’s rich cultural landscape with performances, summer jams, art activities, food, and drink on Thursday nights and Saturdays, and is free and open to audiences of all ages!

This summer, make the museum’s courtyard your backyard! Join us for a celebration of Pittsburgh’s rich cultural landscape. Hosted in partnership with local artists, arts organizations, and regional dish and drink vendors, Inside Out extends the museum experience outdoors in a safe, physically distant environment.

From June 5 through September 4 on Thursdays from 4–8 p.m. and Saturdays from noon–5 p.m.

Reconnect with friends, family, and community while being surrounded by art. On Thursday evenings, enjoy happy hour while listening to the summer jams of our region’s top DJs. On Saturdays, drop in for family friendly art making activities, see never-before-seen site-specific performances by Pittsburgh artists and arts groups, and hear even more summer music by our favorite DJs. Inside Out will host local food trucks and a bar created by the museum’s Café Carnegie featuring custom snacks, kid-friendly treats, delicious wines, and local beers.

Inside Out events are FREE and open to audiences of all ages. Inside Out events have limited capacity and will be 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!

Buy Admission Tickets

Your ticket includes admission to both Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History.

Schedule of Events

Starting June 10

Thursday nights will feature performances by DJ collectives including: Most Beautifullest, Hot Mass Collective, UHAUL Disco, Bento Boombox, YASS Queen, and more. This is your opportunity to spend your evening hours listening to summer jams made by some of Pittsburgh’s favorite DJ’s.

Groups of people sitting around tables in a large open air patio
This summer, make the museum’s courtyard your backyard! Photo: Bryan Conley

Health & Safety
The museum will continue to monitor state and CDC guidelines and update its health and safety policies to ensure the safety of all visitors and staff.

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