On View April 12 - May 1, 2016
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts partnered with Brandywine Living at Upper Providence and Haverford Estates for a 10-week program designed to help the residents express themselves creatively. Life Through Art - My Story is a fascinating exhibition of residents' artwork produced in the program, exploring their experiences, memories and interests through drawings and paintings. Don't miss this opportunity to learn about their journeys and view the work that celebrates their unique life stories.
See pictures of the art-making in progress below!
This exhibition is free and open to the public!
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Community Education Center
Historic Landmark Building*
*The Historic Landmark Building (118 North Broad Street) has stairs in front. Visitors who need assistance accessing the building should proceed to PAFA's adjacent Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building (128 North Broad Street) first. View complete accessibility information here.
See PAFA's Visitor Information for directions and general museum admission. For more information, call 215-972-7600.
This partnership was offered through PAFA's Continuing Education (CE) programs, which offer a diverse array of studio art courses, workshops and programs for adults and high school students, open to all levels of ability, from absolute beginner through advanced artist. To find out more about Continuing Education Classes, click here.