February is Black History Month. Following the national theme, migration, this program will explore black history through art, music, and fun.
Have fun celebrating incredible women in Black History you may or may not know. Recommended for kids in grades 3-5.
Have fun celebrating Black artists, their artwork, and create some art of your own. Recommended for kids in grades 3-5.
Get creative! Working with art supplies helps children develop fine motor coordination, listening skills and the ability to follow directions while expressing their creativity.
“New Archives: Visions & Voices from AWC Lab” is a collection of collaborative works by Pittsburgh and New York artists, on view at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh–Main (Oakland) Jan 26- Mar 3, 2019.
Celebrate the magic of winter, and the magic of Hogwarts! Step out of the muggle world as the world of Harry Potter comes to life in the library.
Twenty years after its publication, Sharon G. Flake’s bestselling, Coretta Scott King award winning novel is as relevant today as the first day it was published. Here, at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, I sat down with Sharon to ask questions about The Skin I’m In, her life as an author and how the library had an influence on her as a child.
See how a serial killer from forty years ago is brought to justice today.
Science, Technology, Engineering, Math…those words make up the acronym for STEM. The words and acronym have been household terms for several years. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh does its part to make sure your kids build on what they know about STEM, and have fun, too!