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Lectures, films, workshops, and gallery talks for adults provide insight into our permanent collections and special exhibitions.


Adult programs
 
  • Lectures by visiting scholars, local experts and curatorial staff offer insight into the exhibitions and permanent collections of our museums.
  • Films are selected to complement special exhibitions and are guaranteed to send you back into the galleries afterwards to see things a bit differently.
  • Programs that explore h istorical, social and cultural topics related to the Gilded Age take place in our intimate auditorium or through more casual events in the galleries or Education Center.

  • Free programs create interesting ways to enhance an exhibition while our studio workshops provide a creative outlet for artist and beginner alike.


Ongoing - During the run of Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal

Docent-led tours of Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal

Join us at The Frick Art Museum for FREE, docent-led gallery tours of Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal. Tours are offered every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. during the run of the exhibition. Groups of five or more are encouraged to schedule a private tour at an alternate time. Group tours and permanent collection tours are $5 per person.

FREE Friday Features gallery talks
Each Friday in January at 1:00 p.m.
The Frick Art Museum, FREE

January 23: Curran and the Portrait
January 30: States of Grace



Lou Stovall

 

World-renowned artist Lou Stovall
to speak on February 28


Saturday, February 28

12:00 p.m.

The Frick Art Museum

Lou Stovall, Artist
Free and open to the public.

Join world-renowned master printmaker and silkscreen artist Lou Stovall as he shares details from his 50-year history collaborating with nearly 80 artists—including Jacob Lawrence, Sam Gilliam, Gene Davis, Paul Reed, Louis Delsarte—in his Washington, DC, studio.

Founder of the printmaking facility, Workshop, Inc., Stovall’s prints and drawings hang in both public and private collections around the world, and his portfolio includes commissions produced for Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Barry, Howard University President H. Patrick Swygert, and First Lady Nancy Reagan.

Sharing images of his stunning work along with details on some of his key collaborations, Stovall reflects his lifelong fascination with the persistence of color.