This Summer, Carnegie Museum of Art is once again presenting “Inside Out” in the Sculpture Court – a free event series celebrating Pittsburgh’s rich cultural landscape with performances, workshops and gatherings, DJs, art activities, food trucks, and local drinks. On Thursday nights from 5 to 9 p.m., a lineup of some of the city’s most dynamic DJs transforms the outdoor space into a can’t-miss happy hour destination for friends and dancing during the week. On Saturdays from noon to 5 p.m., enjoy performances from regional arts organizations and performers, soak in summer sounds from bands and DJs, grab a bite from local food trucks, and get creative with artists and art-making.
This Saturday, June 24th, the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh will be performing in the Sculpture Court. The Orchestra’s Artistic Director Edward Leonard and Carnegie Museum of Art’s Director of Education and Public Programs Dana Bishop-Root spoke with WQED-FM’s Anna Singer about this weekend’s concert and the “Inside Out” series in general.