Circles members are invited to enjoy a series of exclusive programs and events, including special tours, conversations with curators and scholars, and premier access to the Barnes conservation studio and archives. Available to Benefactor's Circle ($50,000) members, Chairman’s Circle members ($25,000), Leadership Circle members ($15,000), Director’s Circle members ($10,000), Circle Patrons ($5,000), Circle Supporters ($2,500), and Circle members ($1,250).
The Café in French Art and Culture
Wednesday, March 22
Martha Lucy, deputy director for education & public programs and curator, extends her popular lecture with new content exclusively for Circles members. Join Martha as she offers an artistic and cultural perspective on the French café using examples from the Barnes collection and beyond. Reception follows.
The Business of Art: Inspiring Creativity
Wednesday, April 5
Amy Whitaker joins us to discuss her newest book, Art Thinking: How to Carve Out Creative Space in a World of Schedules, Budgets, and Bosses. Drawing on inspiring stories across fields of art, science, sport, and beyond, she will introduce the premise that if you are solving problems creatively, you are not going from a known point A to a known point B, but inventing point B. Join us to explore how to infuse this kind of creativity into your daily life and to ask the questions that truly matter. Reception and book signing follows.
Free. RSVP by e-mail or call 215.278.7110.
Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie tour with Thom Collins
Wednesday, April 19, 2–3 pm
Tuesday, May 2, 6–7 pm
Join Thom Collins, executive director and president, for a private tour of the exhibition.
Director’s Circle Dinner
Monday, June 12
Members of the Director’s Circle level and above are invited to an exclusive dinner in celebration of their leadership support. For information about upgrading your membership to Director’s Circle, call 215.278.7110.
Preview of Mohamed Bourouissa: Urban Riders
Friday, June 30
Enjoy a breakfast preview of our new exhibition followed by a conversation between the artist and Sylvie Patry, deputy director for collections and exhibitions and Gund Family Chief Curator, moderated by Thom Collins, executive director and president.
Dates are subject to change. Space is limited; RSVP required for all events.
Circles line: 215.278.7110
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