Ways to Give

Support Groups

fellows658bChair – Alice R. Snyder; Co-Chair – Bruce M. Wolf  

The Fellows was established in 1968 by Carnegie Museum of Art Board member James L. Winokur, who with other Board members and friends was eager to help the museum find sources for acquiring major works of art for its collection. Under the leadership of James A. Fisher and Robert M. Frankel from 1970 to 2000, Harry A. Thompson II from 2000 to 2010, and now Alice R. Snyder and Bruce M. Wolf, the group has grown to include more than 180 members.

Fellows currently enjoy benefits such as private previews with the exhibition curators; annual trips to museums in other cities; visits to the homes of prominent collectors; lectures by artists, scholars, and other experts; and, most importantly, the knowledge that their tax-deductible gifts provide funds to further the work and the educational outreach of the Museum of Art, a world-class institution presenting exceptional art and programs to a wide audience locally, nationally, and internationally.

$1,250 annual membership; includes two people

Join the Fellows online, or renew your membership.


contcircle658Chairs – Ralph and Gretchen Goetz; Ellen Kessler; and Caryn Rubinoff 

Carnegie Museum of Art Contemporaries and The Andy Warhol Museum Inner Circle have merged to form the NEW Contemporary Circle, a like-minded group of forward thinking and experimental art enthusiasts at $250 for one person and $500 for two people annually. This new venture brings you the best of all worlds—the programming and staff of both museums. Your support will provide necessary funds for our exhibitions and public programs along with the benefit of four exclusive events per year.

The Contemporary Circle is a separate program from Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh’s membership program and Annual Sustaining Fund. Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh membership is a prerequisite to joining the Contemporary Circle.

Join the Contemporary Circle online or renew your membership.

For more information on support groups, contact Barbara MacQuown Tucker, Director of Individual Giving, at 412.578.2618 or tuckerb@carnegiemuseums.org. 

Exhibition Sponsorship

Sponsorship is a great way to support the museum while providing your company with visibility and customized opportunities to entertain clients and employees. Several levels are available to businesses and corporations and include commensurate options for benefits and recognition.

For more on the above programs and for additional information on other giving methods that meet your particular interests, contact the Director of Development at Carnegie Museum of Art, at 412.578.2552 or development@cmoa.org.