Drawing in the PAFA Museum
Advance registration is required.
Experience the PAFA Museum in a stimulating and interactive way. Explore the renowned collections through extended drawing sessions both in the breathtaking Frank Furness and George W. Hewitt-designed Historic Landmark Building and in the Samuel L.V. Hamilton Building, featuring the Making American Artists exhibition. Under the expert instruction of Continuing Education faculty member Phyllis Laver, draw from both two- and three-dimensional pieces in PAFA’s collection, including iconic and rarely-seen works, as well as from the rich architecture of the Historic Landmark Building. Gain a deeper understanding of important work as you discover or hone your drawing skills. The galleries will be closed to the public during scheduled course times, allowing for immersion and quiet focused work. Please note: All students enrolling in on-campus courses must submit proof of full COVID-19 vaccination and booster upon registration.
Register by: November 4
See course description for materials list and policy information.
Image: Edward Hopper, Apartment Houses, 1923, oil on canvas, 24 x 28 15/16 in. (60.96 x 73.50125 cm.) Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Accession # 1925.5. John Lambert Fund. Photography by Barbara Katus. Copyright © Heirs of Josephine N. Hopper, licensed by VAGA, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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