Frick Connections

Your home for art online.

The art of the past has great power to lift our spirits and to help us make sense of the present. Though our galleries are currently closed, we remain committed to you. Join us online and stay connected.


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Continue the Conversation

Engage in conversations about works of art online.

Join an online conversation focused on one or more works of art. Frick educators will lead thoughtful and sustained dialogues and tours in real time. 

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Get Creative

Exercise your creativity through art-making and writing.

Find inspiration in works of art at the Frick from wherever you are. Check this space for writing and art-making ideas to enrich your creative life. Tag the Frick for the chance to have your work featured on our social media pages.

Inspiration and Galleries 


photo of group of students seated in the Garden Court of the Frick Collection

Voices of the City

Be inspired by the voices and vitality of our communities.

Experience the Frick by listening to the voices of our extraordinary Community and Cultural Partners. Check back regularly for videos and posts foregrounding the vitality of our communities, from music performances to poetry recitations to discussions of works in the collection.

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photo of West Gallery of The Frick Collection, with table and paintings and skylight

Online Visits for Schools, Colleges, and Universities

Visit the Frick virtually with your students.

Live online conversations focused on works of art in the Frick’s collection are available to aid remote instruction. Online visits are led by Frick educators and are free for all classes.

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archival photo of The Frick Collection building taken from across 5th Avenue

Untold Histories

Explore new perspectives on life in the Gilded Age.

This blog series considers life behind the scenes at the Frick mansion and introduces some of the many people not named Frick who lived and worked at 1 East 70th Street when it was a private home.

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photo of woman talking to a group in the Frick Collection

Out of the Virtual Vault

Enjoy video highlights from past Education programs.

Watch a curated selection of video highlights from past Education programs, including lectures and panels, gallery talks, and performances.

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Virtual programs have been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in these programs do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.