A colorful, hazy painting of a bridge over a river with smoke stacks in the background.

Claude Monet, Waterloo Bridge, London, 1903, Carnegie Museum of Art, Acquired through the generosity of the Sarah Mellon Scaife Family

Throwback Thursday

Who doesn’t love a good throwback? On Thursdays, go back in time and visit resources, activities, and works from previous CMOA exhibitions.

A brightly colored poster with a photo of a woman in a beaded, belted costume with her arms outstretched at the top next to the word “film” repeated and layered on itself.

Unraveling the History of Film at CMOA

Enjoy a blast from the past as we explore the experimental beginnings of our Department of Film and Video.

Bradford Young

Tracing Pittsburgh’s History with Bradford Young

In 2017, cinematographer Bradford Young explored Pittsburgh’s rich history through a multimedia installation. Watch a video with the artist about his interest in generational storytelling and the importance of place.

Art installation of a grid display of red objects spreads across the floor of a bright marble room rimmed with white columns and statues

Celebrating Red with Alison Knowles

Travel back to an interactive event from our 2016 exhibition with installation artist Alison Knowles.

A woman wearing heels stands with a vacuum cleaner, posing in front of a wall display of sweepers

Peter Muller-Munk’s Philosophy of Good Design

Travel back in time with this throwback to our 2015 exhibition Silver to Steel, which celebrated the modern designs of Pittsburgh’s own Peter Muller-Munk.

The front of a neon house with fake windows and flowers in the window boxes, looking in on a large screen

Revisiting the Eccentric Neon House of Alex Da Corte

Happy Throwback Thursday! We’re celebrating with a look back at one of the most Instagrammed artworks from the 2018 Carnegie International.

Genuine or Fake

Genuine or Fake? Watch Our Conservator Solve an Art Mystery

Everyone loves a mystery! Today, we’re throwing it back to a moment from 2014 when our conservator discovered the fascinating history of a Renaissance painting.