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Age 14-19
Cost Free
Program type After School
Meets Applications Will Be Posted In Fall 2017 And The Program Will Resume In 2018.
Contact us Students@Frick.Org
Deadline Jan. 13, 2018

Mission

In the elegant galleries of The Frick Collection—a museum housed in the former mansion of industrialist Henry Clay Frick—you will find some of the most exceptional works of Western art. Ranging from the Renaissance through the late nineteenth century, the Collection includes works by such celebrated artists as Bellini, Constable, Corot, Fragonard, Gainsborough, Goya, El Greco, Holbein, Ingres, Manet, Monet, Rembrandt, Renoir, Titian, Turner, Velázquez, Vermeer, and Whistler.

Activities

Whenever I participate in Frick Forum, I feel like I am being let in on a great secret. After each Forum session, my eyes open wider; I see every work we discuss in a new light. An incomparable setting, treasures of great art, masterful teachers, and students who are thrilled to participate make everything at the Frick come alive.
- Dana Malefakis, Former Frick Forum Participant

Calling all inquiring minds! This free afternoon program for high school students promotes close looking and the exchange of ideas. Forum members study great works of art from the Frick's permanent collection and special exhibitions. Frick Forum will resume in 2018.

This free program for high school students is by application only; applications will be posted in fall 2017. Please email students@frick.org (link sends e-mail) with questions.

Eligibility

Frick Forum Is Open To Students In Grades 9 Through 12.

How to apply

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