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About Storyboard

Storyboard is Carnegie Museum of Art’s digital journal. It serves as a forum for critical and personal engagements with art, visual culture, and issues relevant to not only Western Pennsylvania, where the museum has been a cultural cornerstone since its founding in 1896, but beyond its borders as well. Named for the visual and editorial process it references, Storyboard engages readers with rich and enterprising original stories from the museum’s collections as well as those unfolding outside its walls—offering storylines that extend from our galleries to online audiences near and far. Since 2014, the journal has spotlighted the city’s artist communities and the changing social and political landscape of the region while remaining focused on principles of cultural equity and social justice. The maxim of the journal is simple: Stories that matter, artfully told.

A project of the museum’s award-winning Publishing Program, which has produced acclaimed books like Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium, Silver to Steel: The Modern Designs of Peter Muller-Munk, Storyteller: The Photographs of Duane Michals, and Auto Body Collision by artist Shannon Ebner, Storyboard broadens the editorial voice of the institution by furthering cultural discourse around topics explored in the ongoing exhibition program, collections, and the arts community at large. Original series like Art Tracks and Collectors offer readers a window into the hidden lives of artworks, while Neighborhoods and Photo Essay take an intimate look at life in the lush hills and valleys that surround Pittsburgh.

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