Member Program

PAFA Member Week 2019

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As a special thank-you for their generous support, PAFA members enjoy an additional 10% discount in the Museum Store and PAFA Northwest, as well as a complimentary small coffee, tea, or hot chocolate from Tableau Café during their Member Week visit. 

Members, register for the individual events that you would like to attend by clicking on the links below. 

Member Week Events

Printmaking studio class

Monday, December 2 and Tuesday, December 3 - Member Priority Registration for Winter/Spring Continuing Education Courses

Enjoy early access to CE courses and workshops before they open to the public. Check back soon for the full course catalogue.

All members with a valid email address linked to their account will be emailed Tuesday, December 2 with instructions to access early registration. 

Karyn Olivier sculpture

Wednesday, December 4 - Visiting Artists Program: Karyn Olivier

Join Karyn Olivier as she discusses her artistic practice, which spans sculpture, installation and public art, ahead of her exhibition Everything That's Alive Moves opening at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania (ICA) on January 24, 2020. 

Student print sale 2018

Friday, December 6 - 26th Annual Student Print Sale Member Hour

Take an exclusive first look at  hundreds of works by emerging student artists, priced under $150, and have a chance to purchase prints before the sale opens to the public at 5:30 PM.

Young Friends Gathering

Friday, December 6 - Young Friends Gathering at the 26th Annual Student Print Sale 

Kick off the holiday season with a spirited gathering at PAFA! Guests will enjoy creative cocktails inspired by traditional holiday drinks and have an opportunity to learn how to craft them from our knowledgeable bartenders. Mix, mingle, and check out the Print Sale for unique holiday gifts. 

View of the falls near Schuylkill etching

Saturday, December 7 - Points of View Speaker Series: Landscapes Are Not Neutral

Enjoy discounted tickets to this afternoon of expert talks that seeks to acknowledge the missing stories and difficult narratives embedded in early American landscape traditions of representation, bringing to the foreground the role of native populations, women, and people of color during the early years of the American experiment. Moderated by Dr. Anna O. Marley, Curator of Historical American Art.