Summer Study Projects
The Frick Collection is pleased to offer Summer Study Projects, a four-week program for high school juniors and seniors and college underclassmen with an interest in art and art history. Between July 7 and 31, participants will pursue independent research and develop talks on selected landscapes in the Frick’s permanent collection, including works by Constable, Corot, and Whistler, and pieces from the special exhibition Landscape Drawings in The Frick Collection (June 9 through September 13, 2015).
This project is designed to broaden understanding of the Collection and enhance research and presentation skills. Participants will work in various capacities—independently, in pairs, and as an entire group of 10 to 12 students. All projects will culminate in presentations on the evening of Friday, July 31.
Activities will generally be carried out between 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Tuesdays through Fridays. Weekly enrichment sessions with museum staff will expose students to the inner workings of one of New York’s most cherished art institutions.
To apply, please submit the following application form no later than Tuesday, March 31. All applicants will be notified in late April.