The Carnegie International is here again, the 57th in the series inaugurated by founder Andrew Carnegie in 1896. While international exhibitions have proliferated in the last 50 years, the Carnegie International remains one of the few based in a museum with its own identity — one rich with diverse offerings ranging from a museum of…

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2019
Earlier this fall, a group of about 250 civic and cultural leaders gathered to pay tribute to Teresa Heinz Kerry on the occasion of her handing over the chairmanship of The Heinz Endowments to her sons. From creating Riverlife, to championing causes from the environment to social equity to the Cultural District among…

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2017
The fact that the Carnegie Museum complex in Oakland happens to be located on Forbes Avenue wouldn’t be particularly noteworthy except that Andrew Carnegie and Brigadier General John Forbes both hail from the small town of Dunfermline, Scotland.

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  • Issue Quarter Winter
  • Issue Year 2013
  • Sub Heading On a visit to Dunfermline, descendants of Andrew Carnegie recall Skibo Castle and their famous relative
Andrew Carnegie was America’s first great industrialist, the nation’s quintessential philanthropist, and, closer to home, Pittsburgh’s favorite son. He was also, however, a man of startling ethical and moral contrasts, and those paradoxes threaten his reputation.

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  • Issue Quarter Summer
  • Issue Year 2007
  • Sub Heading He took some and gave more
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