The Frick Pittsburgh stands with our community in defense of civil rights. Black lives matter. Read our full message here.

Our grounds reopen July 14; selected museum spaces reopen on August 15. Learn more here.

A Message to Our Community

The Frick Pittsburgh decries the killing of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Antwon Rose II, and countless other Black citizens. Racial violence and the structural inequalities that allow it to perpetuate are a toxic inheritance.

Our staff has embarked on the difficult process of dismantling our biases and working to become actively anti-racist. As we move into the future, we strive to bring a mindset of radical empathy to everything we do. Diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion are the compass points of our journey.

At this historic moment, we stand with the entire Black community. Black people deserve full access to the civil rights guaranteed by our laws; to be treated with dignity and respect; to be seen, valued, and heard. Black lives matter.