The Warhol partners extensively with a range of nonprofit and community-based organizations to extend enriching art education experiences beyond the museum’s walls.
The Warhol works with the Homeless Children’s Education Fund to offer hands-on programs for children, youth, and families experiencing homelessness. Artist educators introduce silkscreen printing and other techniques for creative expression in shelters and transitional housing facilities throughout Allegheny County.
Through a partnership with Highmark Caring Place, The Warhol offers therapeutic portraiture workshops for families affected by loss. Caring Place is a center for grieving children, youth, and their families. Warhol lost his own father, Andrej, at the age of thirteen, and his story and artistic process offer inspiring and healing creative experiences for young people grappling with loss.
The Warhol partners with Gay Straight Alliances (GSAs) and local nonprofit organizations that provide support and foster community among LGBTQ+ youth throughout Pittsburgh.