Go on a musical journey that transcends cultural boundaries where African and Jewish music meet modern jazz. Learn more
Join us for the public opening of an exhibition of the world’s most important collection of wrought iron objects, and Metal Painting... Learn more
Programs: Calendar August 2015
Explore the Arboretum-with its 40 state champion trees and rose, lilac, peony, and fern collections-as a remarkable example of early 20th-century landscape design, and an insight into the personalities and collecting philosophies of its founders.
Reserve tickets online or call 215.278.7200.
Instructor: John Gatti, MFA
This engaging course is part of the original curriculum of the Barnes Foundation. Using ideas pioneered by Albert Barnes and John Dewey, students explore the entire collection as they learn to read the visual languages of art. By identifying and observing the elements, content, and styles in paintings and other media, students discover how artists create form and meaning.
Register online or call 215.278.7200.