Tagged Rosenbach Museum & Library

Teen Tuesday with the Rosenbach

Did you know that Phillis Wheatley was the first African American to write a book?!  She overcame many challenges to accomplish this.  Discover more about her, and how our challenges can be a starting point for a great story.…

Bloomsday

Join us on beautiful Delancey Place for the Rosenbach’s annual Bloomsday celebration on June 16, the day the world celebrates Leopold Bloom’s fictional journey through the streets of Dublin, as imagined in James…

In Conversation with the Rosenbach: Bill Goldstein

The World Broke in Two  tells the story of 1922, a pivotal year in literary history. In his talk, Bill Goldstein will describe the intellectual and personal journeys that year of four of the key writers of the 20th century –…

Shakespeare Free Read-Aloud Group: Hamlet part 2

Reading Shakespeare plays aloud not only offers a communal way to enjoy these great works but promotes a deeper understanding of Shakespeare’s poetry and wordplay. No acting experience is required to participate—just bring…

Wesley Stace’s Cabinet of One

Wesley Stace’s Cabinet of One riffs on the singer-songwriter’s New York variety show, which features musicians, poets, writers and comedians. Cabinet of One distills the vaudevillian spirit of these…

Museum Adventure at the Rosenbach

Calling all pre-schoolers! Come play with us on the last Thursday morning of every month. We’ll read a story together and then embark on a treasure hunt through the Rosenbach brothers’ glitzy Rittenhouse Square home to…