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altCMOA Collects Edward Hopper

The Museum of Art showcases all 17 of its Edward Hopper works, tracing the creative process of the draftsman turned iconic painter. “Seeing him in every medium really helps you understand who Hopper is and what he was able to accomplish in his paintings,” says exhibition curator Akemi May. 

altEvenings for Adults

Make it a friend or date night. We have something for everyone: 21+Nights at Carnegie Science Center; After Dark at Carnegie Museum of Natural History; Culture Club at Carnegie Museum of Art; and Good Fridays at The Warhol.

altSuper Science Series

Once a month, explore a topic in-depth at the Museum of Natural History through hands-on activities, experiments, demonstrations, discussions with museum experts, family-friendly activities, and more. Free with museum admission.
Sept. 26: Specimen ID Day
Oct. 24-25: Creepy Crawly Carnegie Days
Dec. 12-13: Holidays Around the World

altThe all-new Warhol

The Warhol reimagined its gallery spaces from top to bottom, answering calls for more Andy and telling his story chronologically for the first time. Also all new: entrance lobby, a bigger store, and a first-floor cafe.









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