J a n u a r y



Welcome Back Again!
With updated guidance from the City and Commonwealth, Woodmere’s galleries will once again reopen to the public, this time on Saturday, January 9th! Enjoy calm and inspiring experiences with Philadelphia’s art through Group ’55 and Midcentury AbstractionJust In: Schofield, Woodmere’s historic Founder’s Collection, and more. As a reminder, new hours, protocols, and frequently asked questions are provided on our website. Masks are required, and reserving timed tickets in advance is highly encouraged.
Click here to schedule your visit.



Reminder: Class Registration Deadline Approaches
The next session of online art classes begins January 10th. Woodmere’s faculty, some of Philadelphia’s finest professional artists, teach a wide range of topics, including portrait drawing and painting, abstraction, watercolor, and printmaking. All classes will be offered online in accordance with current Philadelphia Department of Health guidelines.
Click here for Woodmere’s course listings and descriptions.



MLK, Jr. Day Family Program (Virtual)
Musicians: Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble
Woodmere and members of the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble present a family program celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. Explore the story behind Harriet Tubman’s journey to freedom and the legacy of Dr. King through musical narratives, the art of Jerry Pinkney, and interactive activities for children and families.
The Chestnut Hill Business and Community Associations are proud partners of this event. Art activity books to accompany the program are available for pickup at various Chestnut Hill locations. Click here for more details.
This event is free, but pre-registration is required. Registrants will receive a confirmation email with the meeting link.
Free | 3pm | Click here to register.



On Schofield: Artist Talk with Paul DuSold
Join artist Paul DuSold for a talk on the exhibition, Just In: Schofield: Celebrating the Art of Uncle Elmer. Paul will be looking at Schofield’s paintings from an artist’s point of view and exploring this master Impressionist’s artistic voice and legacy.
This event will be offered online through Zoom, and registration is required. You will receive a confirmation email at check-out with the Zoom meeting link.
$15 ($10 members) | 7pm | Click here to register.
Shop Online, Pickup Curbside
Shopping Woodmere’s Museum Store supports the museum and artists from the region. While the brick-and-mortar store remains closed due to social distance guidelines, the online Museum Store offers a curated selection of unique items crafted by local artists and makers for purchase. In addition, virtual personal-shopping experiences with curbside pickup are available by phone with Store Director Stephen Kerzner. To schedule an appointment, call (267) 269.6432 or email skerzner@woodmereartmuseum.org!
Click here to shop online.
Art Talk with Barbara Wolanin
Guest Curator Barbara Wolanin joins the DC chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art to talk about Woodmere’s exhibition, Group ’55 and Midcentury Abstraction in Philadelphia. Dr. Wolanin will answer questions and prompt discussions to make this an interactive experience. The event is free for WCADC members.
3pm | Click here to learn more.
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