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Family Days at CMOA

Carnegie Museum of Art 4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh

SEPT 19, OCT 17, NOV 15, DEC 13 12:00 pm–4:00 pm CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART Come enjoy a series of socially-distanced and enjoyable family-friendly afternoons in our wide-open galleries. Visit our museum on our Family Days for extra fun, free with the purchase of a timed ticket. Kids ages 3 to 18 will receive their very […]

Family Days at Carnegie Museum of Art

Carnegie Museum of Art 4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh

Family Days at Carnegie Museum of Art: Oct. 17 Kids ages 3-18 who visit the museum on Family Days will receive an Art Cat bag of gallery adventure activities, drawing materials and cool ideas for continuing the fun at home. The event is timed to Super Science Days at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, so […]

Family Days at Carnegie Museum of Art

Carnegie Museum of Art 4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh

Family Days at Carnegie Museum of Art: Oct. 17 Kids ages 3-18 who visit the museum on Family Days will receive an Art Cat bag of gallery adventure activities, drawing materials and cool ideas for continuing the fun at home. The event is timed to Super Science Days at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, so […]

Story Sundays: ‘Crafty Chloe’

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The Jan. 10th edition of Story Sundays at Carnegie Museum of Art features “Crafty Chloe,” written by Kelly Dipucchio and illustrated by Heather Ross. The hour-long program, geared to kids age 12 […]

Carnegie Museum of Art Story Saturday (virtual)

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The March 21 edition of Carnegie Museum of Art’s Story Sunday dives into “Brick Who Found Herself in Architecture” by Joshua David Stein. The story follows a baby brick who tries to decide what sort of building she wants to grow into. Brick travels the world, checking out architectural wonders that prove every great building […]

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Story Sunday: What We’ll Build: Plans for Our Together Future

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Tune in to storytime with Alyssa Velazquez, the curator of Locally Sourced, as she reads What We'll Build: Plans for Our Together Future by Oliver Jeffers. Using special tools, a father and […]

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Story Sunday: ‘What’s a Cup?’ (virtual)

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The latest Story Sunday with Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates Asian Heritage Month with the first bilingual session in the series. The virtual session takes inspiration from Oki Sato’s Japanese graphic picture book, “What’s a Cup?” The story follows a cup that tries to determine how to stir coffee without a spoon. While searching for a solution, […]

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Carnegie Museum of Art: Sunday Story (virtual)

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Carnegie Museum of Art welcomes kids ages 12 and younger to the June session of Story Sunday on June 13. Join Alyssa Velazquez, curator of the museum’s Locally Sourced exhibit, in a virtual reading of “The Most Magnificent Thing” by Ashley Spire. It’s a story that will catch the attention of kids who love creative making and the […]

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Story Saturdays: ‘Threads of Love’

Carnegie Museum of Art 4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh

The Story Saturdays series continues in the Bruce Galleries at the Carnegie Museum of Art with “Threads of Love” by Kabir Sehgal. Decorative Arts and Design curator Alyssa Velazquez will read the story about two sisters who celebrate the Hindu holiday of Raksha Bandhan by making thread bracelets for their brother. They carefully decorate the rakhi with […]

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