Art History Classes

Engage with Carnegie Museum of Art's collection and exhibitions

adult art history classes_658x292Engage with Carnegie Museum of Art's collection and exhibitions through the museum's art history classes. Programmed by the museum's education department, these classes offer terrific opportunities to investigate individual works or periods in greater depth, and allow visitors to connect with the art currently on view in our galleries.

Upcoming Classes

Historical Perspectives on Persian and Iranian Art and Culture
Wednesdays, July 22–August 12 (4 sessions)
Saturdays, July 25–August 15 (4 sessions)
Explore Iran’s rich cultural and artistic history with Soude Dadras, visiting scholar in The Department of History of Art and Architecture, at the University of Pittsburgh. Each session will focus on one of four art forms deeply rooted in Persian history—carpets, ceramics, architecture, and calligraphy and painting.
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Registration Information

Register online using the links above. Call 412.622.3288 to register by phone. Scholarships for art history classes are available. To apply for a scholarship please contact us at adults@cmoa.org.