Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m.
Meet in The Frick Art Museum Rotunda
Free with exhibition admission. For groups of five or more, call to schedule a private tour. Docent-led private tours are $16 per person and must be scheduled two weeks in advance. Call 412-371-0600.
Selected Fridays during Undressed: A History of Fashion in Underwear
The Frick Art Museum
Drop in for gallery chats with Frick curators and educators. Topics explore a range of exhibition themes. Free with exhibition admission.
Dec. 8: From Bloomers to Bra Burning: Women and Rational Dress, Deanna Mlynarczyk
Dec. 15: Two Facts and a Falsie, Barbara Tischler
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
The Frick Art Museum
A musical remake of the 1939 comedy Ninotchka, a stern Russian emissary is sent to Paris on business, where she discovers the pleasures of romance with a movie producer. Starring Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse; directed by Rouben Mamoulian, 1957. Free and open to the public.
Body/Art – LKHD: Langston Kelly Human DJ
Langston Kelly Human DJ with Pro FX Face & Body Artist, Courtney Lynn Czarniak
Friday, December 15
The Frick Art Museum auditorium
Ever wonder what’s under it all? Join Langston Kelly Human DJ for a lively, interactive performance that takes an imaginative look at the exhibition, asking and answering some of life’s more brazen questions and creating groovy, off-the-cuff music—inspired by you. Meanwhile, body painter Courtney Lynn Czarniak will mesmerize you as she creates “clothes” on a live model inspired by exhibition objects. Undergarments play an important role in our most private moments, and yet, in those moments, there is great public mutuality. Let’s face it—we tend to keep some of the same secrets from one another, and we also have a thing for mysteries… Wonder why? Who knows? Come play with these ideas and let the answers be exposed. FREE admission. Open to the public. Reservations are not required.
Frick has to offer, including
unlimited free admission to Clayton
and touring exhibitions!