Take a tour of an exhibition, gallery, or moment in time with us.
Enjoy a personal tour of our new Teenie Harris gallery, which opened in January, given by Teenie Harris Archive specialist Charlene Foggie-Barnett.
In this tour, explore the Free Radicals gallery in Crossroads: Carnegie Museum of Art’s Collection, 1945–Now, which features artworks that speak to the role of the artist as a responsive, even agitating force in contemporary life.
Discover the story behind the first series in An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain, Viêt Nam.
Explore highlights from our exhibition Created, Collected, Conserved, which presents paintings from the famous Northbrook Collection and tells the story of their provenance.
Discover fascinating objects from our collection that were created through innovative techniques and new technologies.
The gallery A New Horizon in Crossroads features works by artists who experimented with new techniques and styles in the post-war era.
Peruse artworks that tell the story of creativity in Pittsburgh, both past and present.
Many artists also collect works by other artists. These collections can offer insights into their persona, aesthetics, and influences. Discover some examples of these artists in our collection!
Find inspiration in these artists, whose practices thrived in isolation, featured themes of loneliness in art, or worked from their homes.
Whether you’re mashing bananas for homemade banana bread, cultivating a sourdough starter, or supporting your local neighborhood bakery, this week’s tour is carb-loaded with bread.