Welcome to the Princeton Club of Washington - SOLD OUT: June 21st SPRING VISIT to Glenstone Museum

 
  One of Glenstone's many unique spaces.  

SOLD OUT: June 21st SPRING VISIT to Glenstone Museum

SOLD OUT June 21-NOON for our special museum visit in Potomac, MD. We visit to view Glenstone's outstanding 1300 piece collection of post-WWII art, sculpture and architecture on 230 walkable acres. EARLIER REGISTRANTS keep spots for 6/21.

  

Please note: we will follow local, state, and federal guidance on public gatherings and adjust our event schedule as needed. Please contact the event organizer if you have any questions.
 
FELLOW ALUMNI: SOLD OUT for NEW DATE of JUNE 21-AT-NOON.
 
 
EARLIER REGISTRANTS KEEP THEIR SPOTS for the new date.
 
YOU WILL JOIN PCW COLLEAGUES in this unique space offering post-WWII art and sculpture at Glenstone. These LIMITED STOCK tickets are FREE and are made available FIRST to our many Princeton Club MEMBERS.

NOTE, PLEASE: ENTRANCE to the museum is for timed periods  to avoid any crowding and noise.  Tickets for CHILDREN are restricted to those 12 and older by Museum policy. 
QUESTIONS? Email Lee Dudka -- USE webmaster [at] pcw-dc.org ...

REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED.
 

WHERE:
The Glenstone Museum (Potomac, MD)
FOUNDERS: Emily and Mitchell Rales
ADDRESS: 12100 Glen Road
Potomac, Maryland 20854

GETTING THERE: Cars, taxis or Lyft (etc.)
FOOD AVAILABLE in 2 special cafes on site.

WHEN: Sunday, JUNE 21, 2020 -- NOON ONLY.
Tickets will be handed out at the ENTRANCE HALL.
Museum is open until 5 pm (Thur-Sun only).
 
 
 
ABOUT the MUSEUM: Opened in 2006 (and expanded in 2018), this is a unique museum in the Washington, DC "orbit" and offers sought-after tickets that are scarce at all times. (They're offered 2 months in advance.) SITE: 230 acres of woodlands and walking trails, plus indoor space -- all providing an unusual combination of outdoor and indoor experiences. Indoors, its ample space is filled with art (ranging from Johns, Pollock and many more) all surrounded by stunning architecture. The museum just won the 2020 American Institute of Architects Award (given to Architect Thomas Phifer and Partners).
 
 
ARTISTS REPRESENTED: Henri Mattisse, Alexander Calder, Sarah Lucas, Christo, Willem de Kooning, Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Jackson Pollock, Cy Twombly, Ellsworth Kelly (plus many dedicated exhibitions drawn from 1300 pieces).

Tickets are offered to ensure well-spaced time-slots to avoid the bustle and crowding at other museums. This is a museum for enjoying the moment and one allowing you meditative encounters with the art, sculpture and the eye-catching surroundings. It's a treat for the senses.
 


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