The Frye Art Museum had the great pleasure of meeting with Ruth Seaman O’Rourke, the ninety-years-young grandniece of Charles and Emma Frye.
When your favorite paintings are not on view at the Frye Art Museum, museumgoers elsewhere may be enjoying them.
A three-year program designed to build an innovative and sustainable school–museum partnership and bring art into the lives of students, teachers, and families is celebrated in a new documentary short, A Learning Community, which is available on YouTube.
Participant Marion Power reflects upon Art, Creativity, and Living with Dementia, a one-day conference presented by the Frye Art Museum on November 16, 2010.
The Christian Martyr by Gabriel von Max, one of the most important paintings of nineteenth century German art and a highlight of the Frye Art Museum’s Founding Collection, will be showcased in a major retrospective on Gabriel von Max at the renowned Lenbachhaus Museum in Munich this fall.
Watch how a group of students from Arts Corps created I Wish I Knew Who I Was Before I Was Me.