In the Community
Through a series of innovative projects, neighborhood-minded initiatives, and cross-organizational collaborations, the museum offers culturally rich experiences to residents of neighborhoods throughout the Pittsburgh region.
The Carnegie Museum of Art’s digital journal, Storyboard (external link) serves as a vital forum for critical engagements with art, culture, and issues relevant to Western Pennsylvania and beyond. Read the latest article series and follow the discussion on a range of engaging topics.
A partnership between North Braddock residents, the artist collective Transformazium, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and many others, have supported ongoing revitalization efforts to help bring a second life to a beloved neighborhood park.
Throughout the 2013 Carnegie International artworks from participating artists have been made available for checkout to anyone in county with a valid library card in the same way one would check out a book. Braddock Carnegie Library’s alternative approach to art lending is changing a community’s relationship with art.
Founded with the goal to educate decision makers to support access to play for people of all ages, the collaborative seeks to engage the broader community through its activities and events. Carnegie Museum of Art, in partnership with the Play Pittsburgh Collaborative looks to incorporate play into our daily lives.