The Week Ahead
Painting, sculpture, and photography by influential contemporary African American artists.
Learn more about the artists and artworks in 30 Americans.
A free members-only tour of the groundbreaking special exhibition.
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!
This December, we’re looking closer at the life, work, and influence of the “father of modern art.”
On Fridays in December, members get even more, including free talks and extra discounts!
This lively talk focuses on the intimate, modern scenes created by Renoir and his contemporaries.
Tenor Allen Pinkney, Jr., lends his voice to a dazzling variety of music, exploring its power to heal and elevate the human spirit.
Our Stroller Tours make visiting our galleries less stressful for families with babies.
Associate curator Cindy Kang provides an inside look at the special exhibition process at the Barnes.
Hear the story behind the painting from Amy Gillette, research associate at the Barnes. Free with admission; Room 2
Hear the story behind the painting in 30 Americans from Tamir Williams, a doctoral candidate in the history of art at the University of Pennsylvania. Free with admission; Roberts Gallery
Performance artist William Pope.L joins 30 Americans curator Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw in conversation.
Join us for a combination of storytime, art making, and movement activities just for kids up to age 5 and their parents or caregivers.
Learn about the revolutionary artists drawn to the bohemian neighborhood at the turn of the 20th century.
Get ready to dance! Learn the basics of the Argentine tango and enjoy performances by world-class dancers.
How one visionary woman revived the art of tapestry weaving for the modern era.
See life, faith, and politics through the eyes of an expert woodcarver.