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  2. Carnegie Museum of Natural History - Wikipedia

    The Carnegie Museum of Natural History (abbreviated as CMNH) is a natural history museum in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded by Pittsburgh-based industrialist Andrew Carnegie in 1896. Housing some 22 million specimens, the museum features one of the finest paleontological collections in the world.

  3. Bringing A Little O-Gah-Pah to Pittsburgh

    It is important for Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CMNH) to maintain relationships with the diverse Indigenous communities whose stories we hope to share with the Greater Pittsburgh Area. This ensures that we are centering Indigenous knowledge in how we collect, display, care for, and interpret cultural material.

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  5. Custodians of Collections - Carnegie Magazine

    Custodians of Collections. A younger generation of researchers manage Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s historic libraries of artifacts and specimens. For many people, moths are like the homely stepsiblings of butterflies. They are the dusty invaders of our closets and pantries, pests that must be controlled rather than admired.

  6. President's Note: Summer 2023 - Carnegie Magazine

    Text Size: On April 28, Carnegie Science Center followed a long-standing tradition of celebrating the birthday of one of its most popular attractions—the USS Requin (SS 481) submarine. Commissioned 78 years ago and moored on the shore of the Ohio River since 1990, it serves as a daily reminder of the ingenuity of its creators and the skill ...

  7. ‘Oceanus’ at CT’s Mystic Seaport offers warning as museum ...

    The Carnegie Museum asked me to show the work, and the curator asked, what is in the painting? I thought, oh well, I might as well do a document like in the tradition of a natural-history museum.

  8. Professor Barrois Opens Solo Show 'Rosette' at the Carnegie ...

    The fictional script will come to life in the museum’s Forum Gallery, using the visual language of Hollywood—film stills, posters, sets, and props—among paintings, sculptures, and objects borrowed from both Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History.

  9. Q+A: Doug DeHaven - Carnegie Magazine

    A A A. Photo: John Schisler. As the mechatronics engineer at Carnegie Science Center, Doug DeHaven is a in-house Mr. Fix-It, as well as the creative mind behind many of its popular interactive exhibits. He built what is likely the world’s largest binary flip clock using commonplace items like IKEA shelf brackets and fire alarm boxes.

  10. Finding the Sublime in the Domestic - Carnegie Magazine

    Carnegie Museum of Art’s presentation is organized by Liz Park, Richard Armstrong Curator of Contemporary Art at Carnegie Museum of Art with Cynthia Stucki, curatorial assistant for contemporary art and photography. Significant support for the exhibition has been provided by the Susan J. and Martin G. McGuinn Exhibition Fund.

  11. ALA, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History Invite ...

    The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, located at 10th Street and Constitution Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C., is one of the most visited natural history museums in the world. Opened in 1910, the museum houses the world’s largest collection of natural history specimens and artifacts. The museum is open daily (closed Dec. 25) from ...

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