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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

Friday Features Gallery Talks

Fridays through October 3

1:00 p.m.–1:15 p.m.

The Frick Art Museum

On Fridays during the exhibition, Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist, Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle, meet Frick curators and educators in the galleries for free talks exploring the works, artists and themes in the exhibition. Programs focus on a different aspect of the exhibition each week. Free and open to the public.


Exhibition Programs


Amelie

Amelie
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Film at Noon: Amélie

Thursday, September 18

12:00 p.m.

The Frick Art Museum

Amélie delightfully tells the story of a shy young woman who relishes life’s small pleasures, transforming her own life as she quietly brings happiness to those around her. The French language film prominently features the Paris neighborhood on Montmarte, where Edgar Degas and other artists featured in the Degas exhibition lived and worked. Though set in modern-day France, the neighborhood retains many of the qualities seen in Degas’ time, allowing viewers to experience the streets, buildings, and cafés among which the relationships considered in the exhibition took shape.

Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and Best Art Direction. French with English subtitles. Rated R. 121 minutes. Free and open to the public.



Programs for Teachers

Just for Teachers: New Educational Opportunities at the Frick

Monday, September 22

3:00–6:30 p.m.

The Frick Art Museum

Teachers throughout the region are invited to this education-focused open house highlighting new and upcoming opportunities for teachers and students at the Frick Art & Historical Center. Frick education staff share details about upcoming exhibitions, new on-site programs and new school outreach opportunities. Educators may visit the site’s new Orientation Center to learn about and try new educational technologies developed for the center’s Learning Room. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks are available, and participation in an on-site activity can earn teachers two Act 48 activity hours. Free and open to teachers; participating teachers should plan to arrive no later than 4:30 pm. to earn two Act 48 activity hours. Please register by calling 412-371-0600.