Tuesday, July 14, 2020

The Frick at Your Fingertips: Weekly Highlights


Oval Dish: Apollo and the Muses; Fame

The Frick at Your Fingertips

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Minerva StoneUntold Histories

Meet Minerva Stone, the housekeeper who was at the heart of life at 1 East 70th Street from 1914 to 1919, in a new blog post by Associate Museum Educator Caitlin Henningsen. In Untold Histories, Caitlin sheds light on the bustling behind-the-scenes Frick household that was home to dozens of domestic workers, like Stone. 

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Officer and Laughing GirlCocktails with a Curator

Get up close to one of the Frick’s three beloved Vermeer paintings, Officer and Laughing Girl, with Curator Aimee Ng in the next episode of Cocktails with a Curator, premiering this Friday, July 17, at 5:00 p.m. This week's complementary drink is a Kopstootje, a shot of Jenever (a traditional Dutch liquor) paired with a pint of lager.

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Amir Parsa, Associate Professor and Director of Academic Transdisciplinary InitiativesAvant-Garde Museum Education

In 2015, the Frick hosted Amir Parsa, Associate Professor and Director of Academic Transdisciplinary Initiatives, Pratt Institute, for a lecture on the role of contemporary museum education in reimagining museums in the twenty-first century.

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