Carnegie Museum of Art encourages you to continue the discussion about art within your own social networks and Internet communities. Below are some places where you can not only view, but participate in the museum experience when you're not here with us in the galleries.
TWITTER is a social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users' updates (known as tweets), which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length. Subscribe to @cmoa for updates, and join the conversation about the museum collections, exhibitions, and programs.
FACEBOOK gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. "Like" Carnegie Museum of Art on Facebook for an inside look at the museum, and for the latest news an announcements. Be sure to check in when you visit the museum, and share your thoughts, ideas, and photos on the Page.
INSTAGRAM is a fast, beautiful and fun way to share your photos with friends and family. Snap a picture on your mobile device, choose a filter to transform its look and feel, then post to for all to see. Share to Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr too. Instagram is photo sharing, reinvented.
Follow Carnegie Museum of Art on Instagram
VIMEO was founded by a group of filmmakers who wanted to share their creative work and personal moments from their lives. As time went on, likeminded people discovered Vimeo and helped build a supportive community of individuals with a wide range of passions.
Follow Carnegie Museum of Art on Vimeo
YOUTUBE was founded in February 2005 and has become the go-to site for video on the web. One hour of video is uploaded to YouTube every second.
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ALPHA is an ongoing research and development Tumblr blog published by the Technology Initiatives department at Carnegie Museum of Art. A place for nimble experimentation, ALPHA highlights behind-the-scenes views of the museum's interactive process and projects.