The Pittsburgh Museum of Art has a new black history exhibit and is partnering with Black History Month to bring the exhibit to Black History Week 2019.
The museum said it will have the exhibit open to the public in October and open to visitors in 2019.
“Black history is one of our greatest stories,” museum president Bill Kavanagh said.
“Our goal is to highlight and celebrate that history while also giving people a chance to experience it in new ways.
That’s what we’re doing with this new exhibit, which includes an interactive experience where you can go through a history lesson, explore artifacts from the museum, meet people of color, and learn about the role black people have played in the history of the city.”
This exhibit is part of our mission to help educate the public about the diverse histories of Pittsburgh and to empower people of all backgrounds to make informed decisions about what they want to see at their favorite institutions,” he added.
The Pittsburgh Museum is partnering up with BlackHistoryMonth to host a Black History Museum of the Future event in October.
It will also feature an educational program in October with special guests.
The museum will be opening the exhibit in October at its new location on the first floor of the new museum.
The exhibit, called “The History of Pittsburgh,” will feature artifacts from a collection that includes a collection of more than 10,000 artifacts dating back to 1842.
The artifacts are being donated to the Pittsburgh Museum to be used for the Black History museum and the new black museum, which will be built on the museum’s first floor, which is currently home to the museum.
Pittsburgh’s Black History museums and centers are in the works and will be completed in 2019, said the museum in a statement.”
We have an enormous number of artifacts from Pittsburgh that will be on display in the museum and a new Black History center that will open in October,” the museum said.
The new museum is located on the former grounds of the Carnegie Library and the Carnegie Science Museum.
The building where the museum is now is the former Carnegie Library on West Second Street.
The new museum will open to museum visitors in October 2019.