Frick Forum

students in the Frick Collection gallery, with educator standing in front of paintings

This afternoon program for high school students promotes close looking and the free exchange of ideas. Forum members study great works of art from the permanent collection and special exhibitions on selected Friday afternoons between January and May. The program is free, but application is required.

"Being able to come here, look at art, and question the artist’s perspective and thought process is an experience unlike any other I’ve ever had . . . it makes you more curious, both about history and about yourself. What is your perspective? What is your way of thinking? By coming here, you learn more about who you are."

—Dedipta B., Frick Forum participant

Frick Forum is made possible in part by the Christian Keesee Charitable Trust and the Charina Endowment Fund.

For more information, visit frick.org/students.

Photograph by George Koelle

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