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What's New?

altJerusalem

Now Showing at Carnegie Science Center

In this new film from National Geographic, take an inspiring and eye-opening tour of one of the world's oldest and most enigmatic cities, through the eyes of three women who call it home. Jerusalem is the Promised Land for the Jews, the Holy Land to Christians, and the Land of the Prophets to the Muslim world.

 

altBatter up: Teenie and baseball

Explore some of the greatest moments in Negro League, Major League, Little League, and sandlot baseball in Pittsburgh—on view all season long. Teenie Harris Photographs: Baseball in Pittsburgh delves into the Museum of Art’s Teenie Harris Archive and highlights 25 of the most memorable photographs of the game and its players.
 

altCamp Carnegie

Register today for summer camp! Our museums are a field for discovery and creativity, where kids investigate Earth, art, science, and more through behind-the-scenes tours, hands-on encounters, and exciting activities.

 

altCelebrating 20 years of The Warhol

This May, The Andy Warhol Museum comes of age, revealing a fresh take on all things Andy, a black-tie bash, and a free community day that kicks off at the stroke of midnight. Also making its debut: a special exhibition on the interconnected lives and creative practices of Andy Warhol and renowned fashion designer Roy Halston. Check out the special 20-year anniversary timeline!

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