The Frick offers an exciting schedule of special exhibitions featuring art and artists from the Renaissance to the present.

Through March 10, 2024

From Stage to Page: 400 Years of Shakespeare in Print

In partnership with Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, From Stage to Page: 400 Years of Shakespeare in Print celebrates the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's First Folio. Free and open to all.
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Through April 21, 2024

Duquesne SoundWalk at the Frick

Duquesne SoundWalk at the Frick is a new collaboration with students of Duquesne University's Mary Pappert School of Music. The sounds of Frick past come to life through soundscapes, adding a new layer of dimensionality to the museum-going experience!
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Through February 4, 2024

Pittsburgh and the Great Migration: Black Mobility and the Automobile

Pittsburgh neighborhoods like the Hill District became a haven for Black communities to thrive during the Great Migration (1916-1945). Explore automobile ownership and its effect on the lives of Black Americans in the mid-20th century.
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Through January 28, 2024

The Red Dress

14 Years. 380 Embroiderers. 51 Countries. Millions of stitches. 1 Dress.

A collaborative embroidery project, The Red Dress was conceived by British artist Kirstie Macleod as an artistic platform for women around the world.
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November 7, 2023

Reckoning: Place and Imagination

Reckoning: Place and Imagination features celebrated American artist, poet, and activist Vanessa German's latest outdoor sculpture, Of Thee We Sing.
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Reckoning: Grief and Light

Back by popular demand! A multisensory installation of sculpture by Artist-in-Residence Vanessa German explores the capacity of museums to function as spaces of public reckoning. Immerse yourself in this meditation on grief, love, and social healing -- a visual elegy to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, and other lives lost at the hands of police, accompanied by symphonic music inspired by the history of Africans enslaved on rice plantations.
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