Carnegie Prize

Carnegie Prize

The Carnegie Prize is an international prize for artists, awarded by the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The prize should not be confused with the Carnegie Medal, which is awarded for children's literature.

See also

*List of prizes, medals, and awards
*Andrew Carnegie

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