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Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

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Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is a natural history museum based in Pittsburgh, PA that was founded in 1926. As of 2019 they had $90 million in revenue and $450 million in assets.

To serve as a catalyst for growth and knowledge; offer a home to thinking and inquisitive children and adults;. To serve as a catalyst for growth and knowledge; offer a home to thinking and inquisitive children and adults; to act as a collector, guard...

Previous legal names or variations of their name include: Carnegie Institute.

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Program areas at Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Carnegie museum of art (cmoa) continues to be a strategic partner in regional education initiatives to reach and engage audiences with specially designed programs and activities, community partnerships, and free or discounted admissions and program fees. The art museum began the year with the beautiful "hiroshige's tokaido road" exhibition, a rare presentation of the japanese printmaker's 53 stations of the tokaido road. In july, the museum launched "crossroads: Carnegie museum of art's collection, 1945-now," a fresh reexamination of its modern and contemporary galleries, that tapped into cmoa's extensive collections. In october, cmoa launched the long-awaited 57th edition of the "Carnegie international," which brought the diverse works of 32 international artists to Pittsburgh, to wide acclaim. Attendance for 2018 reached 254,396.

Carnegie museum of natural history (cmnh) continues to be ranked among the top natural history Museums in the country. It maintains, preserves, and interprets an extraordinary collection of more than 22 million objects and scientific specimens used to broaden the understanding of evolution, conservation, and biodiversity. Cmnh generates new scientific knowledge, advances science literacy, and inspires visitors of all ages to become passionate about science, nature and world cultures. In 2018, the exhibition "we are nature: living in the anthropocene" made a great impact on museum visitors, as it demonstrated how humans have become the primary planetary force driving environmental change. Nicole heller, the first curator of the anthropocene in the country, will continue to lead efforts to keep the anthropocene in the forefront of museum activities. In october 2018, the popular traveling exhibition, "reptiles, live!" Opened, showcasing a variety of live reptiles from around the world. Cmnh continued its ...

Carnegie science center (csc) began 2018 by opening its early learner's gallery, the little learners clubhouse, powered by a pnc grow up great grant. In june 2018, csc expanded its capacity to meet the growing demand for science education and exploration with the new ppg science pavilion, a 48,000 square foot facility featuring nine new classrooms and lab spaces, a fourth-floor multi-purpose event space, and a 14,000 square foot special exhiitions gallery that will host world class shows, including "art of the brick" a critically acclaimed collection of inspiring artwork made exclusively from lego bricks. No place inspires curiosity and connects science and technology to everyday life like csc. The Carnegie science center is recognized internationally as a leader in promoting stem literacy, and is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of innovators and leaders who will rise to meet tomorrow's workforce needs. Attendance in 2018 reached 741,845.

Form 990s for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Jan 14, 2020990View PDF
2017-12Dec 22, 2018990View PDF
2016-12Dec 5, 2017990View PDF
2015-12Feb 21, 2017990View PDF
2014-12Feb 25, 2016990View PDF
...and six more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Total grants, contributions, etc.$28,818,931
Program services$22,555,393
Investment income and dividends$7,584,577
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$2,364
Net rental income$2,599,060
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$27,794,148
Net income from fundraising events$-280,994
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$1,275,472
Miscellaneous revenues$20,950
Total revenues$90,369,901

Vendors for Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
TIAARecordkeeping and information management (computing, tabulating, data processing, etc.), Consulting (pension), Investment advisory (plan), Investment management, Participant communication; Investment management; Insurance$31,7802019-12-31
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...and 17 more vendors

Personnel at Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Steven KnappPresident and Chief Executive Officer-June 4, 2020
Kevin HilesExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer$204,182June 4, 2020
█████ █████████Vice President, Finance, Treasurer, and Chief Financial Officer$139,540June 4, 2020
█████████ █████Chief Curator-Sept. 22, 2018
████ █████Vice President, Facilities, Planning, and Operations-June 4, 2020
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██████ █████Vice President, Advancement and Community Engagement-June 4, 2020
█████ ███████Vice President, Human Resources-June 4, 2020
█████ ██████Director of Corporate Communications-Sept. 7, 2018
█████ ██ ███████Senior Director of Development , Gift Planning-Nov. 4, 2017
...and 22 more key personnel

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9Perot Museum of Nature and Science501(c)(3)$25 millionDallas, TX
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