The Frick Collection

The Frick Collection is your home for art from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century. Founded by Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919), the museum offers visitors intimate encounters with one of the world’s foremost collections of European fine and decorative arts. The institution’s holdings—which have temporarily relocated to Frick Madison, the Breuer-designed building at 945 Madison Avenue, during the renovation of the Collection’s historic buildings—include celebrated works by Rembrandt, Fragonard, Ingres, Bellini, Vermeer, and more. The Frick Art Reference Library, a leading global resource in the field of art history, was established one hundred years ago by Helen Clay Frick and is open to researchers and the public alike. 

Free Timed Tickets

All Hunter students receive free admission to The Frick Collection and the Frick Art Reference Library with valid CUNY student ID.

Click here to sign up for a free timed ticket at Frick Madison (Current Hunter students only).

To learn about more Frick education programs, visit www.frick.org/programs


Online Guided Visits

Groups from the Hunter community are welcome to schedule free, online guided visits of The Frick Collection. Led by experienced museum educators, groups will explore great works of art through close looking and lively, in-depth discussion. Visits can be tailored to the needs of specific courses or groups. 

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Internships

The Frick Collection offers internship opportunities for students with an interest in careers in art museums and libraries. Students with strong backgrounds in art history, museum education, and related fields are encouraged to apply.

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Online Programs

Continue the Conversation

Join fellow art enthusiasts online in a participatory conversation focused on a single work of art. Frick educators lead these thoughtful and sustained dialogues in real time.

Drawing Together

Join the Frick for an online drawing program that centers mindfulness and community. Each session begins with short drawing warm-ups, followed by a close look at a work of art for inspiration and open-ended art-making prompts. Drawing Together provides a space to make and share in the company of others, welcoming everyone with an interest in cultivating their creativity. No art background is required. 

Videos

Check out the Frick’s YouTube channel, where you can find episodes of the Frick’s art history happy hour “Cocktails with a Curator” and more!