To accommodate immunocompromised individuals and those who prefer to visit when all guests and staff are required to mask, we offer mask-required hours on the first Sunday of the month from 11 am–1 pm.
here:now – Arts Engagement for Adults Living with Dementia
here:now is an arts-engagement program of the Frye Art Museum for adults living with dementia and their care partners to enjoy a creative and relaxing afternoon together.
Art History Lecture Series with Rebecca Albiani
The Frye Art Museum presents an annual season of lectures by art historian Rebecca Albiani, exploring masterpieces of world art.
Miniature Painting in Shakespeare’s England | In-Person Lecture
Thursday, February 09
Miniature Painting in Shakespeare’s England | Virtual Lecture
Friday, February 03
Frye in Focus Tours
Frye in Focus tours are second Saturdays and second Sundays at 1 pm, meeting in the Rotunda. These short-form, 30-minute tours focus on a single exhibition or grouping of works. Free.
Alzheimer’s Café at the Memory Hub
Join the Frye Art Museum and the UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center for an uplifting time of social connection! A unique opportunity for people living with dementia, their care partners, family, and friends to enjoy companionship, live music, and fun in a relaxed environment.
The Frye offers free, thirty-minute drop-in sessions of Mindfulness Meditation on the first and third Wednesday of the month. Sessions are guided by Harborview psychologist Kristoffer Rhoads, PhD.
Meet Me at the Movies
Entertaining, inspiring, and uplifting, Meet Me at the Movies is an interactive film program that celebrates the wonder of film and its ability to connect us with life's experiences and imagination. Designed for people with memory loss and their care partners, this program can be enjoyed by all adults.
Jazz in the City
Jazz in the City at the Frye Art Museum is a free, bi-monthly performance series organized in partnership with Ariel Media, celebrating the art form of jazz music and its long-standing influence and vibrancy in the city of Seattle.
Instructor Cooper Lanza offers a series of prompts to help you dive into the works on view and find your own inspiration through various artists’ practices. All levels of experience welcome. Drawing materials are provided.
Small Frye: Storytelling + Art
Join the Frye Art Museum and Seattle Children’s Theater for storytelling and hands-on artmaking! This free, one-hour program for preschool-aged children and their caregivers is held on the first Wednesday of every month. Doors open at 10 am and the program starts at 10:15 am. Pre-registration is required.
Virtual Artwork Discussions
In this virtual series, we bring the art to you! In partnership with King County Library System, we have open-ended artwork discussions. Through close looking, we create a personal connection with the artworks while building community, virtually with each other.