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New Students Get 10% Off a Barnes Class

Art is a powerful agent for learning, personal growth, and social progress. We’ve been teaching people from all walks of life to think critically and see the world differently through art inside our galleries for 100 years. Now, with our innovative, user-friendly technology, we’re able to bring our unique teaching method to all corners of the world in a singularly immersive experience. When you take an online class with one of our expert instructors, you’ll not only increase your understanding of art, you’ll also build a sense of community with fellow art lovers and deepen your appreciation for cultures and histories you may not know.

Scholarships available. Check out our FAQs for more information on online classes. Barnes classes also make great gifts.

For a limited time, get 10% off your first class. Simply enter code NEWSTUDENT at checkout.

Upcoming Online Classes


Flourishing through Art

Mondays, October 2 – 23, 6 – 8pm
Discover how connecting with art can enhance your experiences, relationships, and sense of resilience. Instructors: James O. Pawelski, Katherine N. Cotter


Gustav Klimt: Modernism in the Making

Thursdays, October 5 – 26, 2 – 4pm
Klimt broke with the art establishment and ushered in a distinct Austrian modernism. Explore his work as well as this unique period in Viennese art. Instructor: Leslie Bowen


Early Picasso: 1901–1906

Wednesdays, November 1 – 29, 3 – 5pm
Examine works from the artist’s Blue and Rose Periods that are pivotal to understanding his enduring legacy. Instructor: Naina Saligram


Lenape Craft, Art, and Curation, Historic and Contemporary

Mondays, November 6 – 27, 4 – 6pm
Learn about craft and art in Lenape culture, past and present, and museum and media representation. Instructors: Teri Hislop, Adam Waterbear DePaul


The Art and Life of Toulouse-Lautrec

Thursdays, November 9 – December 7, 4 – 6pm
Explore the gritty underworld of 19th-century Paris through the work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Instructor: Martha Lucy