College of Fine Arts
“Hacking / Modding / Remixing as Feminist Protest” features 22 artists, designers and developers working at the intersection of art and technology.
The Carnegie Mellon University community shares greetings in many languages.
CMU Professor of Art and pioneering space artist Lowry Burgess is banking on the fact that life forms in space appreciate the arts the same way humans do.
Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Fine Arts will showcase its students’ work during the Winter Celebration weekend, Friday, Dec. 9, and Saturday, Dec. 10.
For the third year in a row, the Tony Awards and CMU will recognize a deserving teacher with the “Excellence in Theatre Education Award.”
The play portrays the adventures of Willmore the Rover during Carnivale in Naples in 1650.
The exhibition focuses on design and activism surrounding issues of coloniality, crises of culture and race, and climate change.
The Jennings Family Brave Companions Fund launches lasting research and career paths for Carnegie Mellon University students.
Thanks to a longtime partnership with Carnegie Mellon University, the HistoryMakers is the largest African-American oral video archive.
The arts and entertainment sector plays a huge role in driving Pittsburgh's economic vitality.
The play, which uses humor to explore life’s darker mysteries, will run Oct. 6-15 in CMU’s Philip Chosky Theater.
The School of Drama kicks off its 2016-2017 season with a mixture of old and new plays that reflect on gender politics and social systems through several distinct lenses.
Judith Light is one of eight Carnegie Mellon University alumni nominated for Prime Time Emmys this year.
Since Sept. 8, 1966, humans have been boldly exploring the edges of space and what's possible.