The Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh


The Carnegie Institute (Institute) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was founded in 1895 by industrialist-philanthropist Andrew Carnegie and incorporated in 1926. Originally two museums, the Institute today comprises the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMA), the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CMNH), the Carnegie Music Hall (CMH), the Carnegie Science Center (CSC) and the Andy Warhol Museum (AWM). The Institute’s museums hold outstanding collections of art and architecture, natural history specimens and cultural artifacts and feature modern exhibition spaces and technologically advanced facilities. The museums use these collections and facilities, along with high-quality exhibitions, educational programs and publications, to enrich the lives of the people of the Pittsburgh region and to serve national and international audiences.


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