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Summer Fridays at the Frick Online!

Join us for free online performances inspired by Clayton and our summer exhibitions.

Join us for free online performances inspired by our historic campus and summer exhibitions, Cast in Chrome: The Art of Hood Ornaments and Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960. We've partnered with City of Asylum to bring Summer Fridays at the Frick to you wherever you are. View the season schedule and register to enjoy the performances below.

You can help support Summer Fridays and all of the Frick's programming by becoming a member or making a donation today.

  

Program Information

Summer Fridays at the Frick Online!

Dates: June 25, 2021
Admission:
Streaming via City of Asylum @ Home. Register below!

Season Schedule

 

Pianist, composer, and historian Tom Roberts teams up with movement artist and theatrical prankster Dan Kamin to show you Clayton, the Gilded Age home of the Frick family, as you've never seen it before. Tom will play toe-tapping tunes from Clayton’s heyday and Dan will wow you with sleight-of-hand magic during a live Q&A. Don’t miss this celebration of music, magic, and history from our parlor to yours.
 

Dancer, choreographer, and director Maria Caruso and the artists of Bodiography contemporary ballet company move through the history of hood ornaments at the Car and Carriage Museum in the world premiere of Caruso's dance film Ornamental Ecstasy, featuring an original score from composer and multi-instrumentalist Gala Aranaga.

Register here

Four Pittsburgh women musicians come together for one night to form The Out Door Girls. Inspired by the exhibition on view at The Frick Art Museum, Lucy Clabby, INEZ, Natalie Rogers, and Chloe Wiecz will interpret popular songs with themes of sport, fashion, and feminism. 

Register here