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This special track offers an immersion in the Barnes method and an introduction to other interpretive approaches.
Our three-year certificate program covers horticultural science, methods, and design.
This course bolsters mindfulness through close-looking and deep concentration on works of art.
Survey key post-impressionist paintings by Seurat, Toulouse-Lautrec, Cézanne, and more to explore the divergent directions of the Parisian avant-garde in the late 19th century.
Get acquainted with Pippin, Demuth, Glackens, and more in the context of the collection as well as the broader scope of 20th-century American art.
With Dr. Barnes’s collection of antiquities as a starting point, this course explores the major artistic and architectural moments of the Roman Empire.
Explore the intersections between traditional sculpture and contemporary performance, video, and conceptual art.
Curator Ellen McBreen brings to light the deeply personal objects that so often found their way into Matisse’s paintings.
Learn to better understand why Albert Barnes arranged his collection in such an unconventional way in this one-day workshop.
Explore the history of color in painting through demonstrations and close looking at works in the galleries.
How can art historians, museums, collectors, and critics include artists like Pierce in a fuller and more expansive story of American art?
In this three-day workshop, investigate the intersecting lives and contributions of these three key modern painters.
Explore the visual vocabulary shared by painters and garden designers.
A close look at the old masters in the collection and an introduction to earlier painting traditions more broadly.
Is it possible to paint time? Join us for an investigation into how Monet articulated a new cultural understanding of time in some of his key landscapes.