|Lectures, Workshops & More
|Lectures, films, workshops, and gallery talks for adults provide insight into our permanent
collections and special exhibitions.
- 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
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 November at 1:00 p.m.
The Frick Art Museum, FREE
December 19—Impressionism Close to Home
December 26—Seeking the Ideal: The Currans and the Fricks
Christmas tour of Clayton: Home for the Holidays
Through January 11, 2015
This year, the holiday tour of Clayton focuses on the years from1905 to 1913, when Helen and Childs Frick were older and Christmas trips to Clayton meant seeing family and old friends, and reconnecting with the home where their childhood Christmases were spent. Archival materials and photographs highlight this special event at Clayton. FREE for members and children age 13 and under; non-member adult rates apply.
Film at Noon: The House of Mirth
Thursday, January 8
The Frick Art Museum
Set in 1905 New York, Terence Davies’ 2000 stylish film adaption of Edith Wharton’s 1905 novel The House of Mirth elegantly renders the inner life of Lily Bart, whose character inhabits a similar time, place, and social position as many of the women portrayed in the exhibition Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal. Starring Gillian Anderson, Anthony LaPaglia, Laura Linney, Elizabeth McGovern, Dan Aykroyd, Jodhi May, and Eric Stoltz. Rated PG. 135 minutes.
Coffee and Culture: The Art of Leisure
Tuesday, January 27
Lexington Education Center
Amanda Gillen, Director of Education
Throughout the works in exhibition Charles Courtney Curran: Seeking the Ideal runs the assumption that the people portrayed had the time to read, swim, stroll in the garden, and enjoy music. Join us for coffee, pastries and conversation about the increase in leisure time for Americans in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and how having time for relaxation changed both society and people’s everyday lives.
Members: $8; non-members and guests: $10. Advance registration and pre-payment required. Call 412-371-0600.