PECO Free First Sunday Family Day:
Teen Open Studio: Art and Writing
The Bank 3750 Lancaster Ave. | Wednesday, Nov. 6th 4-6p 30 Americans, opening at the Barnes October 27, features contemporary African American artists like Jean-Michael Basquiat and Kehinde Wiley who explore cultural and personal identity in powerful ways. Learn more about their work and then express what identity means to you through storytelling with help from the Drexel Writers Room. Participating teens receive a Community Pass for free admission for four to the Barnes collection and 30 Americans. Ages 14 to 18. RSVP to email@example.com
Barnes Presents! 30 Americans, Community Conversation
An introduction to 30 Americans at the Barnes, and the featured artists’ diverse influences and inspiration
The Bank 3750 Lancaster Ave. Thurs., Nov. 7th
5:30pm-7:30pm For ages 21+
RSVP at 30americanstalk.eventbrite.com
An introduction to the inspirations of the 30 Americans exhibition artists and influences of the time
On the occasion of the Barnes Foundation’s major exhibition, 30 Americans, November's Barnes Presents! features a conversation about race and equity in the arts between Li Sumpter, a scholar of art, myth, and humanities, and artist Sherman Fleming, moderated by the Barnes education team’s Jihan Thomas. Cindy Kang, Barnes Associate Curator, will provide an introduction to the 30 Americans exhibition.
Join us for an evening of conversation—exploring the featured artists’ influences and inspirations—plus music, and a chance to network with your neighbors! Light refreshments will be served.
30 Americans is on view at the Barnes Foundation through January 12, 2020.
Family Art Workshop: