Take a Class
Why take an online class at the Barnes?
- Our online classes are conducted live, which means you can engage with your instructor and with fellow students.
- We use state-of-the-art technology that allows you to zoom in closely and see details that can’t be experienced in person—down to the individual brushstroke.
- Topics change continually and are taught by experts from all over the world.
- Can’t attend a live session? Online classes are recorded for access later. Learn more about Barnes classes.
Classes take place in the Barnes collection or a classroom.
Learn how Latin American artists, including Tarsila do Amaral, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Wifredo Lam, responded to political and social upheaval during the 20th century. Instructor: Mey-Yen Moriuchi
Explore graphic design across eras and cultures in this creative and comprehensive survey. Instructor: Dan Shepelavy
This one-day workshop surveys a broad range of American art movements. Instructor: Matthew Palczynski
Explore Marie Laurencin's artistic universe with exhibition co-curator Cindy Kang.
Join Leslie Bowen, a longtime Barnes instructor, for a personal look at the Barnes collection.
See how artists in the late 19th century were able to mark—and make—change in their work. Instructor: Miriam Ashkin Stanton
Give the gift of lifelong learning with art history classes taught by Barnes experts.