Carnegie Museum of Art Announces 2016 Social Calendar

Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) has announced an exciting new lineup of parties, culinary adventures, and late-night events for 2016. The 2016 social calendar is for everyone. It’s a chance to be inspired while being social, including a new monthly party on Third Thursdays, morning yoga in Pittsburgh’s most beautiful space, brunches, and multi-course FEASTs pairing food with special exhibitions.

CMOA 24, an all-night party, programs the museum from dusk ‘til dawn. By creating casual experiences amid compelling works of art, the museum adds a new layer to its rich program offerings of artist talks, screenings, workshops, and in-gallery events. Visit and follow CMOA on Twitter @cmoa for the latest updates on events and programming at the museum. 

Third Thursdays

8–11 p.m. / $10, $8 members, $5 students On the third Thursday of each month, CMOA keeps its doors open late and turns up the volume! Our new Third Thursday series gives a late-night audience the chance to enjoy a mix of engaging programs and eclectic entertainment offerings. The Culture Club pass ($100, $80 members) gives access to all Third Thursdays evenings, with extra perks to boot. Only 100 are available!


February 12 / November 4

$150, $120 members, $40 after-party FEAST celebrates art through culinary adventures. Dinners pair with exhibitions at the museum, taking cues from the work on view. Every FEAST event includes live music and an after-party with light bites. Completely unique, one-night-only events. February 12

FEAST: The Propeller Group Join chef Michael Gulotta of New Orleans restaurant MOPHO for a New Orleans-Vietnamese fusion meal paired with The Propeller Group’s epic visual journey, The Living Need Light, The Dead Need Music. MOPHO is a destination for Southeast Asian inspired cuisine with a Louisiana Pantry, and in its first year was nominated for America’s Best New Restaurant by Bon Appétit Magazine. November 4

FEAST: Oiticica A Brazilian dinner paired with the major retrospective of Hélio Oiticica, organized by CMOA, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago.  CMOA 24

September 9

$25, $20 members  CMOA closes at 5 p.m. on Friday… but the party has just begun. From 5 p.m. until 10 a.m. (when CMOA opens again on Saturday), the museum becomes an all-night venue for incredible art experiences, music, and camaraderie. Proposed programming includes bedtime stories with Rick Sebak, music, comedy, and sunrise yoga, and tickets get visitors an all-access pass to come and go throughout the night. 

Yoga in the Hall of Sculpture

$30 per session, $24 members

Three sessions: January 17, February 21, March 20 Tickets include an hour-long yoga session, a free drink in the cafe, free parking, and admission to the museum Presented with Yoga Hive 

Adult Summer Camp

$25, $20 members

July 12 and July 26

Tickets include art supplies and one free drink Summer camp isn’t just for kids! With a paintbrush in one hand and a beer in the other, create masterpieces with the help of teaching artists. 

Visit and follow the CMOA on Twitter @cmoa for the latest updates on events and programming at the museum. 


General operating support for Carnegie Museum of Art is provided by The Heinz Endowments and Allegheny Regional Asset District. Carnegie Museum of Art receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The programs of the Heinz Architectural Center are made possible by the generosity of the Drue Heinz Trust. Carnegie Museum of Art​

Located at 4400 Forbes Avenue in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art was founded by industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1895. One of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, it is nationally and internationally recognized for its distinguished collection of American and European painting, sculpture, and decorative arts from the 19th century to the present. Founded in 1896, the Carnegie International is one of the oldest surveys of contemporary art worldwide. The Heinz Architectural Center, part of Carnegie Museum of Art, is dedicated to enhancing understanding of the built environment through its exhibitions, collections, and public programs. The Hillman Photography Initiative serves as an incubator for innovative thinking about the photographic image. For more information about Carnegie Museum of Art, call 412.622.3131 or visit our website at .