The Frick Collection is proud to partner with several New York City schools in a series of intensive museum-school partnerships. These partnerships, developed by Frick educators in collaboration with classroom teachers, are designed to meet the unique needs of each school's curriculum and foster a love and appreciation of the fine arts. Partnerships allow teachers to use the museum's resources to expand learning outside the classroom. Combining interactive discussion in the museum with hands-on projects in the classroom, students create their own meaningful connections inspired by works of art at the Frick.
Cornelia Connelly Center
The East Harlem School (EHS)
Global Technology Preparatory Middle School
The High School of Art and Design (HSAD)
Manhattan East School for Arts and Academics (MS 224)
The Nightingale-Bamford School
Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School (WHEELS)
Winston Preparatory School
To learn more about museum-school partnerships, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-547-0704.
AP Illustration students from the High School of Art and Design created paintings inspired by works of art at the Frick. To view their artwork, visit the Museum School Partnerships Students' Gallery.