Frick Societies members enjoy all the benefits of membership, plus much more!
1882 is the year Henry Clay Frick purchased the Italianate-style home we know today as Clayton, the cornerstone of the Frick’s collections. Members of the 1882 Society are, likewise, cornerstones of the vital philanthropic support necessary to advance the museum’s mission. In appreciation, the Frick offers members of the 1882 Society opportunities to gain special access to the museum, including behindthe- scenes experiences, Director’s talks, receptions with visiting experts and other exclusive programs. Additional benefits include:
The Rubens Society is named after the renowned seventeenth-century Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens, whose Portrait of Charlotte-Marguerite de Montmorency, Princess of Condé (ca. 1610) is one of the most admired works in the Frick’s collection. The Frick recognizes the dedication of Rubens Society members with all that is offered to the 1882 Society, plus:
Named for the enduring history of the Frick family’s Gilded Age home, the Clayton Society is composed of individuals committed to the sustainability and future of The Frick Pittsburgh. Recognized by Architectural Digest as “a triumph of restoration,” Clayton is a stunning late-nineteenth-century mansion, and the only surviving example of a home on Pittsburgh’s lost “Millionaire’s Row.” Benefits for members of the Clayton Society include all that is offered to the Rubens Society, plus:
The Helen Clay Frick Society honors the legacy of the Frick’s founder and benefactress. Members enjoy the distinction of being part of an exclusive group to support the Frick’s mission of continuing her legacy. Benefits at this level are cumulative and include all that is offered to Clayton Society members, plus:
The Frick Societies were created to recognize your exceptional support of this mission and we strive to offer you, as cherished supporters, the best of the “best;” exclusive behind-the-scenes tours, invitations to meet acclaimed curators, scholars, and museum directors, special entertainment and engagement opportunities. If you are already a member of The Frick Societies, register by clicking on each program and logging into your member account or by contacting Keri Golebiewski by email or at 412-342-4032.
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