Upcoming Events

William Whitaker begins a tour outside of the farm house        

William Whitaker begins a tour outside of the farm house





Volunteers help repaper the shoji screens in the farm house    

Volunteers help repaper the shoji screens in the farm house



Director, John DeFazio introduces a lecture on James Rose  

Director, John DeFazio introduces a lecture on James Rose


Asparagus and herbs from our organic garden

Asparagus and herbs from our organic garden

Painted for the Art of the Barn Tour, by Jane Ramsey      

Painted for the Art of the Barn Tour, by Jane Ramsey




Noémi's illustration  

Noémi's illustration


Antonin's painting of fall at the Raymond Farm

Antonin's painting of fall at the Raymond Farm

August 5 - Open House, Guided Tour, Japanese Teas and Sweets

1:00pm - 4:00pm open house ; guided tour starts at 2:30pm 

1:00pm - 5:00 pm Japanese Teas and Sweets 

$20 suggested donation

Join us for our August Open House and special Farmhouse Tour, led by William Whitaker, who is the curator and collections manager of the Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. He is also the co-editor of Crafting a Modern World, The Architecture and Design of Antonin and Noémi Raymond.

Registration is encouraged, tickets are also available at the door.

September 2 – Open House, Guided Tour, Volunteer Day

Open House – 1:00-4:00 pm. Guided tour begins at 2:30pm 

$20 suggested donation

Want to get more involved with the Raymond Farm Center? Join us for our volunteer day! You will learn about the Raymond Farm Center, the farm, our goals, and how you can help, which includes helping with the maintenance of the property, becoming a docent, and assisting with our upcoming events. 

Schedule for volunteers:

  • 11:00 am Orientation

  • 12:00 pm Light lunch and discussion

  • 1:00-4:00 pm Audit the open house and guided tour

  • 4:30- 5:30 pm Reception and further discussion 

September 23 – After  Wright: Schindler, Neutra, & Raymond

One day symposium on the work of the European/American architects, Rudolf Schindler, Richard Neutra, Antonin & Noémi (Pernessin) Raymond, who came to the United States to work for Frank Lloyd Wright, and then pioneered the development of Modern Architecture in their own unique directions. This symposium will focus on the work of these architects, their relationship with Wright, and the contributions and implications of their work today. 

The Symposium is in collaboration with the American Institute of Architects - Custom Residential Architects Network, The Center for Architecture New York, and coordinated with the Museum of Modern Art. 

This symposium will have four presentations: the first on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright during this pivotal point in his career (1910-1923); to be followed by the work of Rudolf Schindler, Richard Neutra, and Antonin and Noémi Raymond-- all in context to this period in which these architects had worked under Wright. In their lectures, the presenters will identify and describe what these aspects in design are, compare them with Wright’s work and with the International Style Modernists that were their peers. Following their presentations there will be a panel discussion investigating the connections, and differences, of these seminal architects, their impact of the direction of architecture in the balance of the 20th Century, and what are the implications of their work today in terms of sustainability, regionalism and an emerging globalism in architecture today. 


Barry Bergdoll is the curator of the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art, and the Meyer Schapiro Professor of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University. He is also the author and contributor to many books including  John Yeon Architecture: Building in the Pacific Northwest.

Judith Sheine is the  Department Head and a professor of architecture at the University of Oregon. She is the author of: R.M. Schindler: Composition and Construction and the co-author, with Robert Sweeney, of  R.M Schindler, Kings Road, and Southern California Modernism. She is also the, co-editor, withLionel March, of  R.M. Schindler: Works and Projects.

Barbara Lamprecht is the author of several books on Richard Neutra, including, Richard Neutra – Complete Works, and Richard Neutra: Furniture: The Body and Senses.

William Whitaker is the Curator and Collections Manager of Louis I. Kahn Archives at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also an editor and contributor to the book, Crafting a Modern World, the Architecture and Design of Antonin and Noémi Raymond, and the coauthor, with George H. Marcus, of the book The Houses of Louis I. Kahn. 

Tickets and more information available soon

September 23  – Farm to table dinner with the guest speakers and the Raymond Family at the Raymond Studio 

7:30 - 9:30 pm  – $150 per person 

Join us for a special farm to table dinner following the After Wright Symposium. Engage in thought provoking discussions with the lecturers from the symposium, meet the Raymond Family,  and enjoy a delicious meal, much of which will be include ingredients from our organic garden. 

Spaces are limited - tickets and more information available soon





September 30 - October 1 - Art of the Barn Tour and Art Show

10:00 am - 4:00 pm 

The Bucks County Audubon Society's annual Art of Barn Tour will feature the 18th century barn on the Raymond Farm. 

Visit the Bucks Country Audubon Societies website for more information : http://www.bcas.org/art-of-the-barn/

The Raymond Farm Center will be open to the public during the Art of the Barn Tour. Guided tours will offered at 2:30pm on Saturday and Sunday. 

More information coming soon


October 7 – Fall Fundraising Soirée

Save the date and join us for our major fundraising event of the year. Festivities will include drinks and food from our farm, french jazz, and a silent auction featuring a table by Nakashima Woodworkers, a night at The Inn at Bowmans, a block print of a hand made stamp by our artist in residence, Miriam Carpenter, and a replica of Noémi's milk stool.

All donations are tax deductible.

All proceeds will fund the development of the Raymond Farm Center and help expand the  Artist in Residence Program by funding the renovation of artist studios and living spaces. 

More information and tickets available soon


October 21 –  Fall Colors: Painting from Nature

Join us for an afternoon in nature to find inspiration in the fall foliage.  Artists of all levels, and all mediums are welcome. 


More information coming soon! 

Check back for updates on our fall events and 2018 programming! 


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