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The Frick Reflects: Lunchtime Q&A

Join Frick staff and others in the cultural community for a weekly online chat about our latest exhibition.

Have you seen The Frick Reflects exhibition and want to talk about it? Do you have questions about our intent or our thoughts behind the objects and text in the galleries? Do you thoughts you want to share with us? Join us for a weekly online conversation with Frick staff and others in the cultural community to discuss whatever the exhibition inspires you to discuss. Register for each week's online chat below.
 

Above: Homestead Strike, July 6, 1892. Courtesy of The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives.

Program Information

The Frick Reflects: Lunchtime Q&A

Dates: November 25, 2020
Location: Online
Admission:
Free; please register for each session below. Discussions will last approx. 20–30 minutes.