Frick Forum

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, Horace Mann School

Inquiring minds are invited to join the Frick Forum, a series for teen art enthusiasts that promotes close looking and intellectual discussion. In 2015, focusing on the special exhibition Coypel’s Don Quixote Tapestries: Illustrating a Spanish Novel in Eighteenth-Century France, Forum members will convene with experts to discover woven, painted, and printed interpretations of Cervantes’s literary masterpiece.

This free program for high school students is by application only; please click here to apply. Applications are due on December 19, 2014. Please email students@frick.org with any questions.