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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



Events this weekend

Open Engagement

April 17–19, 2015

Open Engagement is an international conference and platform to support socially engaged art. The three-day conference will take place in various locations around Pittsburgh from April 17-19 and explores the theme of Place and Revolution. Join us Sat. 18 - Sun. 19 for Open Engagement's Conversation Series at the Miller Gallery including exhibited artists + curators! LAST DAY to Register Thurs. 16, 7pm!
Conversation Schedule at the Miller Gallery

SAT 18
It’s My Revolution: Inverting Curatorial Discretion - Megan Johnston & Carmen Papalia; In Solidarity - Paige Sarlin
12:30-2PM: Saturday Lunchtime: Revolution For Two - Ariana & Sheetal
2:30-4PMCommon Field: a new nationwide network for artist-run culture - Common Field; Buoyant Interventions - The Drift; 
4:30-6PM: Shop Talk: Teaching Socially + Publicly Engaged Art - Jon Rubin; Slow Down / A Practice of Notice - Michelle Illuminato

SUN 19
10-11:30AM: Group Bio - Lenka Clayton; The Never-Ending Book of Women's Rights - Jennifer Nagle Myers
12:30-2PM: Sunday Lunchtime: Open Forum - Ariana Jacob and Sheetal Prajapatil
2:30-4PM: Appropriate Social Technology: Ethics & Ecology in the Classroom - Daniel Tucker; Curating Socially Engaged Art - Michael G. Birchall
4:30- 6PM: Language is the doing - Transformazium; Working It, Owning It - Justseeds

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JOIN US at the Miller Gallery during OPEN ENGAGEMENT for a Conversation Series Sat 18, Sun 19

Touring exhibition

Alien She

Curated by Astria Suparak + Ceci Moss

Artists: Ginger Brooks Takahashi (Pittsburgh), Tammy Rae Carland (Oakland), Miranda July (Los Angeles), Faythe Levine (Milwaukee), Allyson Mitchell (Toronto), L.J. Roberts (Brooklyn), Stephanie Syjuco (San Francisco)

"The collected artworks reflect on, challenge and continue feminist critiques of the '90s, evoking the diversity of identities and senses of self-determination that have sprung forth in the years since." - The Huffington Post

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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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