High School Summer Studio Procedures
Thank you for registering for a Summer Studio at Carnegie Museum of
Art. We look forward to welcoming your student with an exciting and fun
educational experience this summer!
Important Forms and Information
The Camp Permission Form is required for all campers. Please complete this form as soon as possible, it is due two weeks from receipt of this email.
What to bring
Students may bring a packed lunch or purchase lunch from local cafes and restaurants. Food and drink are not permitted in the galleries.
What not to bring
Staff are not permitted to dispense medications. If medication must be taken during studio hours, the parent/guardian must complete a consent for self-administration of medication form, which can be obtained from Program Registration.
Please do not bring electronic games, cameras, etc. They are a distraction during studios, and the museums are not responsible for lost items. Students may bring cell phones, but phones must be turned off and put away during class. Music players are permitted during certain times, as indicated by instructor.
Students may not share or distribute food with other students due to dietary/medical restrictions.
Sign-in and sign-out procedures and times
For the following studios, students will meet their instructors at the rotunda at CMU’s Margaret Morrison Hall: Painting Studio (June 17–21, July 29–August 2), Drawing Studio (July 15–19), and High Tech Architecture (August 5–9). Metered parking is available nearby.
All other studios meet at Carnegie Museum of Art. Please take a ticket to enter the museum parking lot at the corner of Forbes Avenue and South Craig Street. You will be directed to park in a reserved parking area.
Parents/guardians will receive a parking pass which allows for up to one hour of free parking for camp drop-off, and one hour for pick-up at Carnegie Museum of Art’s parking garage. Please note: Beyond one hour, standard daily parking rates apply in full.
Students may sign in ten minutes before the scheduled start time.
You and your student may designate a location to meet after sign-out in the event that you are late for pick-up.Carnegie Museum of Art and CMU staff are not responsible for students after they have signed out. Students are welcome to wait inside Margaret Morrison Hall, CMU’s Hunt Library or University Center, or outside in the rotunda.
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh staff and volunteers are not professional medical personnel. However, basic epinephrine auto injector administration training is offered for staff and key volunteer leaders. Children who must carry epinephrine are permitted to bring and use an epinephrine auto injector on themselves in the event of an emergency. If a child cannot administer the medication to him- or herself, appropriately trained Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh staff may administer the child’s epinephrine auto injector. If an epinephrine auto injector is administered, 911 and the parent/guardian of the camper will be notified immediately.
If the child is bringing an epinephrine auto injector to camp, the parent/guardian must complete a Consent for Self-Administration of Medication form and the Epinephrine Auto Injector Policy and Consent Form, which can be obtained from Program Registration.
Accessibility: Features For All
Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History welcome all visitors. We work to assist visitors with disabilities in obtaining reasonable and appropriate accommodations, and in supporting equal access to services, programs, and activities.
To request special disability accommodations for our programs, please contact 412.622.3288 or ProgramRegistration@CarnegieMuseums.Org. Please contact the museum at least two weeks in advance of visiting or participating in special tours, classes/camps, and other activities.
Guests should contact Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh’s Accessibility Coordinator with concerns regarding accessibility for visitors with disabilities at the museums. Call 412.622.6578 during weekday hours, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.