Our
venues

At this meeting the venue is not just a place to learn – we hope that you learn from the place itself.

The Penn Museum

A million objects — including art and artifacts from around the globe — are housed at the Penn Museum, one of the world’s finest archaeological and anthropological museums.

From stone tools and household items to architectural monuments and rare art objects, the museum illustrates the story of humanity’s history and achievements.

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The Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation is home to one of the world’s largest collections of post-impressionist and modernist paintings including works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Paul Cezanne, Henri Matisse, and Pablo Picasso.

 

The unique arrangement of the Barnes collection in which paintings, furniture, metal work, textiles, and other everyday objects are juxtaposed together is meant to encourage viewers to reconsider the traditional hierarchies of high to decorative arts.

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