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Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University

Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
Established 2000
Location Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Type Art
Website [1]

The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University is the art gallery of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is located on the university campus on Forbes Avenue at Morewood Avenue, at the border between the Oakland and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods.


  • About 1
  • History 2
  • Exhibition History 3
  • Related links 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University supports experimentation that expands the notions of art and culture, providing a forum for engaged conversations about creativity and innovation. The gallery produces exhibitions, projects, events and publications with a focus on social issues, and is free and open to the public. It is one unit of the Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts, and is housed in a three-story, 8,000-square-foot (740 m2) space.[1]


The Miller Gallery was founded in 2000 by Regina Gouger Miller, artist, educator, businesswoman, arts patron and alumna of Carnegie Mellon School of Art. Astria Suparak served as Director of the gallery from 2008 until January 2014.

During the last ten years, the Miller Gallery has exhibited work by Francis Alÿs, Laylah Ali, Janine Antoni, The Art Guys, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Michael Bevilacqua, Tammy Rae Carland, The Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), Center for PostNatural History, Catherine Chalmers, Michael Ray Charles, Mel Chin, Julia Christensen, Minerva Cuevas, Nicole Eisenman, Inka Essenhigh, Karen Finley, Rachel Harrison, Todd Haynes, Arturo Herrera, Miranda July, Justseeds, Tran T. Kim-Trang, Glenn Ligon, Machine Project, Kerry James Marshall, Gordon Matta-Clark, Larry Miller, Allyson Mitchell, Takashi Murakami, Yoshitomo Nara, Shirin Neshat, OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture), Open_Sailing, Raqs Media Collective, Philip Ross, Christy Rupp, Trevor Paglen, Ester Partegas, SANAA, David Shrigley, Al Souza, Michelle Stitzlein, subRosa, Stephanie Syjuco, Sarah Sze, Terreform ONE, TermiteTV, Fred Tomaselli, Kara Walker, Olav Westphalen, Gail Wight, Sue Williams, The Yes Men, and many others.

Notable Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts alumni that have exhibited at the Miller Gallery include Dara Birnbaum, Mel Bochner, Jacob Ciocci (Paper Rad), Peter Coffin (artist), John Currin, Cassandra C. Jones, Joyce Kozloff, Eileen Maxson, Shana Moulton, Rich Pell (Institute for Applied Autonomy, Center for PostNatural History), Blithe Riley, Fereshteh Toosi, Paul Vanouse, and Andy Warhol.

Exhibition History



  • I'm Feeling Lucky: Carnegie Mellon 2013 Senior Art Exhibition
  • Basement Miracle: Carnegie Mellon 2013 MFA Thesis Exhibition
  • Imperfect Health: The Medicalization of Architecture, Curated by Giovanna Borasi + Mirko Zardini. Organized by the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal


  • Terms & Conditions: Carnegie Mellon 2012 Senior Art Exhibition
  • The You Inside of Me: Carnegie Mellon 2012 MFA Thesis Exhibition
  • Intimate Science, Guest curated by Andrea Grover. Exhibit publication: New Art/Science Affinities
  • 2011 Pittsburgh Biennial, Co-organized by the Carnegie Museum of Art, Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PF/PCA), and The Andy Warhol Museum


  • MEGA: Carnegie Mellon 2011 Senior Art Exhibition
  • Up Down Up Down: Carnegie Mellon 2011 MFA Thesis Exhibition
  • Whatever It Takes: Steelers Fan Collections, Rituals, and Obsessions, Curated by Jon Rubin + Astria Suparak


  • 29 CHAINS TO THE MOON: Artists' Schemes for a Fantastic Future, Guest curated by Andrea Grover
  • EXPERIMENTAL GEOGRAPHY, Guest curated by Nato Thompson, Organized by iCI (Independent Curators International)



  • From The Vault: Carnegie Mellon 2009 BFA Senior Exhibition
  • Upper Management: Carnegie Mellon 2009 MFA Thesis Exhibition
  • Signs of Change: Social Movement Cultures 1960s to Now
  • Keep It Slick: Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men
  • Your Town, Inc.: Big Box Reuse with Julia Christensen


  • Nancy Crow: Works from 1988–2008
  • Preserving a Legacy: Elizabeth Catlett Mora
  • MAYDAY! BFA Senior Exhibition 2008
  • A Moratorium On Make-Believe: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2008
  • Transit 2008
  • Plastic Poetics - Ian Finch, Sarah E. Wood, Maya Schindler and Colin Zaug Curated by Cara Erskine


  • Patricia Maurides, Michelle Stitzlein and Julie Stunden
  • George Nakashima Revealed: The Carnegie Mellon Collection
  • Dee Briggs
  • Glassnost
  • To Get To The Other Side BFA Senior Show 2007
  • Findings MFA 2007 Thesis Exhibition
  • Tides An exhibition of new work from Northern Ireland


  • Dean Kessmann, Pamela Howard, Paul Dickinson Fall Exhibition
  • Joyce Kozloff: Exterior and Interior Cartographies
  • TRAPPINGS: Stories of Women, Power and Clothing
  • ARTSCOOL 2006 BFA Senior Exhibition
  • Pittsburgh Banal 2006 MFA Thesis Exhibition
  • 100% Centennial


  • Groundworks: Environmental Collaboration in Contemporary Art
  • Animal Nature
  • Spectacular! Spectacular!: School of Art Class of 2005 Exhibition
  • Too Far Gone: 2005 MFA Thesis Exhibition
  • Michael Rovner: Recent Work
  • David Robbins (artist): Ice Cream Social


  • Dialogue in a Landscape: The Kraus Campo, A Garden for Carnegie Mellon University by Mel Bochner and Michael Van Valkenburgh
  • A Fiction of Authenticity: Contemporary Africa Abroad
  • Associated Artists of Pittsburgh: 94th Annual Exhibition
  • Watfa Midani: Recent Paintings
  • 110 Percent: School of Art Class of 2004 Exhibition
  • Shock and Awesome: MFA thesis exhibition 2004
  • Adam Frelin: Recent Work
  • Typographically Speaking: The Art of Matthew Carter


  • Supervalitragilisticexcelluminaceous: School of Art Faculty Exhibition
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba/Matrix 203: Memorial Project Vietnam
  • Affirmative Actions: Rudy Shepherd
  • The Paper Sculpture Show
  •, intense: BFA Senior Exhibition 2003
  • Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2003
  • Comic Release: Negotiating Identity for a New Generation


  • Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution
  • Passage: Shirin Neshat
  • Works: Dominique Blain
  • Nothing Isn't Nothing: Roger Sayre
  • 384 Units: BFA Senior Exhibition
  • Happenstance: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2002
  • Plenty: Nancy Davidson


  • Pittsburgh's Spirit: William D. Wade
  • Displacement: Simone Jones
  • Birdscape: Michael Pestel and Jeroen Van Westen
  • Vocabulary: Dale McNutt
  • Perspective: Paul Warne
  • Aether: Delanie Jenkins, Shari Mendelson, Linn Meyers, Paul Stremple, Paul Villinski
  • Just Another Market Mop Up: Andrew Johnson
  • con|cealing re-vealing, Creating and Bridging Gaps in Visual Communication: Kenneth Hiebert
  • The Mechanoid's Bloodline, a digital media installation: Keith Piper (artist)
  • Sextete-a-Tete: MFA thesis exhibition 2001
  • Reversions: Kimberly Burleigh
  • The George and Helen Spelvin Folk Art Collection: curated by Beauvais Lyons
  • Skating on the Eye (Patiner Sur L'oeil): Richard Purdy
  • Reflections on the Natural Way: Dan Namingha


  • Digital Explorations: works from the Schools of Architecture and Design at Carnegie Mellon
  • Nagoya Zokei Works on Paper (on Mino-Washi Japanese Handmade Paper)
  • Kindred Spirits: Marlene Aron, Peggy Lynn Cox, Marilee Keys, and Anne Wolf
  • New (re)Presentation of Latin America on Video: curated by Carolina Loyola Garcia
  • African Spirits in the New World, A Celebration of African Religious Art and its New World Descendants: from the collection of Dr. Frank McGlynn
  • Cortocircuito: Short Circuit: Patricia Villalobos Eccheverria
  • Fusion! Artists in a Research Setting: organized by the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry and Robert Atkins
  • Auto/Visual/Indi/Visible: Carnegie Mellon School of Art Faculty Exhibit
  • Get Empty: MFA Thesis exhibition 2000
  • Living Documentaries, a video installation by Termite TV: Anula Shetty, Carl Lee, Michael Kuetemeyer, and Dorothea Braemer
  • Conservations in the Rustbelt, Brownfields into Greenways: Nine Mile Run Project Group
  • Swells and Extensions: Sharon Louden

Related links

  • The Huffington Post: First Riot Grrrl Exhibition Explores The Lasting Impact Of The Punk Feminist Movement
  • review of Keep It Slick- Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes MenArt Papers
  • Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Signs of Change
  • Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Keep It Slick- Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men
  • Pittsburgh City Paper: Signs of Change
  • Pittsburgh City Paper: Keep It Slick- Infiltrating Capitalism with The Yes Men
  • Art Review: CMU'S 'Groundworks' is a complex show with local and international reach
  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Director of CMU gallery charts challenging course
  • Pittsburgh City Paper:The Miller Gallery's internationally renowned new curator, Astria Suparak, debuts her first Pittsburgh show.
  • Rhizome: Interview with Astria Suparak
  • "Art and Science Get Intimate", Art Review, Hyperallergic (April 16, 2012)


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External links

  • Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts
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