Carnegie Museum of Art
Where can you dip walk across soft sand, chat with an Amazon parrot, and groove to your own private disco—all while exploring world-class art?
Don a pair of “silent disco” headphones to expeience the wireless club phenomenon that’s sweeping Korea, Brazil and the Burgh alike, as you dance communally around the museum’s grand staircase to tunes produced by NYC-based DJ Ella Hussle and Pittsburgh’s own Dance Crush.
It’s a fabulous night to be immersed in global art and to buy local art. Futurists can peruse work for sale by Pittsburgh artists in a display curated by BOOM, and participate in engaging gallery tours led by Magic Organs.
Head into the Forum Gallery exhibition, The Stories You Tell, to view 13 masterworks from the CMOA’s collection, compose and post your own six-word story on the gallery wall, snap and share your own photos, and contribute to a crowd-sourced collection of narratives created by the public.
If you have yet to see the CMOA’s latest special exhibition, To Organize Delirium, featuring bold, large-scale and multi-sensory artworks by the pioneering Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica (1937–1980), this event is the perfect chance to do so before it closes on January 2.
During its monthly Third Thursday series, CMOA swings open its doors to the 18+ crowd for an eclectic evening of personalized and informal fun featuring community partners, rotating themes and participatory events that highlight the museum’s collections, resources and amenities.
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