About the Event
Join us February 14th at 1:30 pm (ET) for a joy-filled session in person at the Barnes Foundation. After you register, we will send you information and instructions.
The Barnes Foundation is home to one of the world’s great collections of modern European paintings, with numerous works by Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Van Gogh, and Modigliani. It also features African art, Native American pottery, Pennsylvania German furniture, old master paintings, antiquities from around the globe, and decorative ironwork. Founder, Dr. Albert C. Barnes arranged his collection in “ensembles,” creating unusual mixed-media groupings of objects from different cultures and time periods.
Please note: the event will be dependent on prevailing conditions related to COVID, as we will always prioritize the health and safety of our participants and staff. Masks and proof of vaccination are required to attend this event.
This program is generously sponsored by Fountain View at Logan Square, a senior living community in Center City Philadelphia. Only a five minute walk from the Barnes!
Additional Support is provided by the Dr. Sheldon Weintraub Fund
Admission is free with RSVP!
But we ask that you make your reservation(s) as early as possible. We keep our programs small and intimate in scale so that everyone feels comfortable and at ease. Reservations are first come, first served.
Accessibility, transit and parking:
The Barnes Foundation is wheelchair accessible. There is limited parking (first come, first accommodated) in The Barnes Foundation private lot on Pennsylvania Ave between 20th and 21st streets. The Barnes is also accessible by public transit:
The Barnes is within walking distance of several public transportation stops, including the SEPTA #7, #32, #33, #38, #48, and #49 bus routes. The Race and Vine BSL station is only a 13 minute walk from the Barnes.