Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
To quench your thirst for art this summer and fall, you should make some time to venture out to see some of the best art exhibits in the city before they’re gone.
With just a glance at the tags, see how all kinds of plants have been used around the world across the centuries to treat a myriad of maladies.
An electric car charging station in the parking lot of the Barnes Foundation served as a backdrop for Penn Environment’s release of a report on the impact electric vehicles are having on the environment.
Apples and human skulls (!) are featured in the still lifes of Paul Cézanne, in a new exhibition opening June 22nd at the Barnes Foundation.
Two years ago the artwork of the Barnes Foundation moved down to the Parkway, but the Arboretum – still in Merion and well-worth visiting – is now open weekends through August.
Thousands of economically disadvantaged Philadelphia students will be able to explore and develop an appreciation for art at the Barnes Foundation, thanks to an endowment gift from the global pharmacuetical giant.
The Barnes Foundation brings British artist Yinka Shonibare and his exhibit, “Magic Ladders,” to Philadelphia for a three month showing, starting with a kickoff party and meet-and-greet with the artist on January 24th.
Since gardeners aren’t so busy in winter, it’s a good time to take a class, and the Arboretum School of the Barnes Foundation offers a variety of classes and workshops.
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at the Barnes Foundation’s First Family Concernt in Philadelphia on October 27th, 2013.
Most gardeners find it hard to resist stopping in at special plant sales, like two this weekend in the Philadelphia area.
Kelly is an abstract artist who came to see the installation of his wall sculptures, which are on exhibit at the Barnes Foundation this summer.
Beginning May 4th and running though Labor Day, the Barnes will host its first solo exhibit of contemporary art, and the first outside show in 90 years.
The Arboretum School of the Barnes Foundation is where I went to learn more about horticulture – and you can too.
Critics of the move from Merion to Museum Row say they should have a permanent display about Barnes and his work.