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Miller Gallery
at Carnegie Mellon University

Purnell Center for the Arts
5000 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Gallery Hours
Tuesday - Sunday, 12-6pm
Closed Mondays, major holidays, and during exhibition installations (check our calendar to confirm)

Free + open to the public





José Oubrerie architecte
Atelier Wylde-Oubrerie

Associate Curator Spike Wolff
Aug. 20 ­ Nov. 13, 2016

Sept. 23, Fri. 5pm: Talk with José Oubrerie
co-presented by CMU School of Architecture lecture series.
6-8pm: Reception

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José Oubrerie, The Chapel of the Mosquitoes, Dutchess County, New York, 2015

Performance Series


Oct. 7 + 8, 6pm, Oct. 9, 2pm
Presented by Attack Theatre. Co-presented by CMU School of Music. Check online for ticket sales. Free to CMU students.

Some Assembly Required is a unique performance experience that blurs the lines between visual art, music and dance; and between audience and performer. Attack Theatre will engage the audience with creation, improvisation, and performance inspired by the Architecture With and Without Le Corbusier exhibition.

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Oct. 8, 3-4pm
Presented by Music on the Edge. Co-Sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Music Department and the Miller Gallery CMU. Free + open to the public.

String Noise is a classical, avant-punk violin duo comprised of violinists Conrad Harris and Pauline Kim. They have built a reputation as relentless contemporary music advocates with a propensity for the most intense and advanced classical music of today. As performers they have championed the work of extreme contemporary composers such as Bernhard Lang, Eric Lyon, and John Zorn.

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About Us

The Miller Gallery is Carnegie Mellon University’s contemporary art gallery.

The Miller Gallery supports experimentation that expands the notions of art and culture, providing a forum for engaged conversations about creativity and innovation. The gallery produces exhibitions, projects, events and publications with a focus on social issues, and is free and open to the public.

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