The Week Ahead
Masterworks by Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Modigliani, Van Gogh, and other renowned artists, plus African sculpture, Native American ceramics, metalwork, and decorative arts.
An installation of 11 new paintings by the American artist.
A selection of genre-defying works by the renowned video artist.
Works created by artists from Mural Arts’ Guild program and SCI: Phoenix.
Mixed-media artist Leroy Johnson is our current artist-in-residence.
This month, discover artists in the collection who made their mark with little or no art school training.
This one-hour tour is perfect for first-time visitors. Explore highlights of the collection and learn the history of the Barnes.
This 90-minute docent-led tour takes place while the Barnes is closed to the public.
A private one-hour tour for you and up to five guests during regular hours.
Join us for casual pop-up talks in the galleries led by our Art Team. Each talk focuses on a specific work of art—it’s a great way to explore the collection and learn something new!
As part of this summer’s special exhibition on Bill Viola, we’re holding free weekly screenings of the artist’s 1986 feature-length work.
Members are invited to join Ann Moss of the Barnes Art Team for an in-depth talk about our new Bill Viola exhibition.
Join us for a combination of storytime, art making, and movement activities just for kids ages 2–4 and their parents or caregivers.
New members are invited to learn more about the perks of membership at the Barnes.
Hear the stories behind the works from Barnes Art Team member Ann Moss. Free with admission; Roberts Gallery
This August, enter the mysterious and dreamlike worlds of some of the most imaginative artists in the Barnes collection.
An exciting evening of classical, jazz, and African music performed on mallet instruments by top percussionists from around the world.
Camp-themed crafts and stories about adventure, plus a concert featuring vibraphones, marimbas, and other unusual percussion instruments.
Hear the story behind the painting from Barnes research associate Amy Gillette. Free with admission; Room 23
Our Stroller Tours make visiting our galleries less stressful for families with babies.