Virtual Study Tour

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Virtual Study Tour Offerings 

For more information or to schedule a tour, please contact Advance registration required; booking at least two weeks in advance is appreciated. Tours and workshops can be scheduled for Tuesday through Friday between 10:00 am – 6:00 pm and Saturdays between 12:00 – 5:00 pm. Weekday onsite visits can be booked for a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 10 participants. Education staff is also available on Saturdays to host groups of at least 8 participants onsite.

Exhibition Tours: 

Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: Blood Moon
Tour Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: Blood Moon and learn about the collaborative processes behind crafting the costumes, props, sculptures, and the many pumpkins that appear within the exhibition. Then, gather in the FWM print studio for a conversation and collaborative print activity inspired by the themes in Blood Moon.
$5 per person

Collection Tours: 

Fabric Memory:
We connect to one another through memory, and memory is held in the fabric which surrounds us. Gather your students, friends, and family and join us as we tell the story of our own fabric archive, learn the story of yours, and create something new together.  

The Fabric Workshop and Museum has an extensive fabric archive, comprised of screenprinted designs created at FWM by contemporary artists, apprentices, and students through the process of collaboration. Our archive tells the printed stories of countless experiences, places, and memories. Join us as we share the story of more than 40 years of collaborative printing at FWM, delve deeply into the process of repeat pattern printing on fabric, and create a three-color memory print design inspired by your own personal fabric archive! 

Participants will bring their own three pieces of copy paper and three colored pencils. 
$5 per person 


Unpacking Process: An Inside Look at the Artist Box
Groups can request to view any artist box in our extensive archive. Learn the stories of material experimentation and collaboration with artists such as Nick Cave, Louise Bourgeois, Faith Ringgold, Kara Walker, Ann Hamilton, and the Maisin Artists of Papua New Guinea, just to name a few. FWM staff will open an artist box to reveal process stories, notes, and materials from the deep recesses of our collection. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to revisit past projects and open artist boxes that are seldom viewed by the public! 
$5 per person 

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Philadelphia, PA 19107