(Live CART Captioned in Zoom) Continue the Conversation: Jenna Gribbon’s “What Am I Doing Here? I Should Ask You the Same”

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(Live CART Captioned in Zoom) Continue the Conversation: Jenna Gribbon’s “What Am I Doing Here? I Should Ask You the Same”

May 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Free

Join fellow art enthusiasts online in a participatory conversation focused on a single masterpiece from the Frick’s Living Histories: Queer Views and Old Masters. Frick educators lead these thoughtful and sustained dialogues in real time. Space is limited and active participation is strongly encouraged. Live CART captioning is provided and this program is not recorded; videos of other past programs are available on the Frick’s YouTube channel.

This program is free, but advance online registration is required. Instructions for joining through Zoom will be provided in an email to registered participants 24 hours in advance, including a high-resolution image of the featured work of art. An additional reminder will be sent one hour before the program begins. Participants may also call in over the phone while viewing the work of art separately online. Participants admitted from the waitlist may receive information closer to the program start time, depending on cancellations.

Organizer

The Frick Collection | Frick Madison
Phone:
212-288-0700
Email:
info@frick.org
Website:
www.frick.org

Other

Audience (by age)
Adults (Ages 18 and up), Teens (Ages 13-17), Tweens (Ages 10-12), Elementary (Ages 8-10), Elementary (Ages 5-7), Preschoolers (Ages 3-4), Toddlers (Ages 1-3), Family Program

Venue

Virtual/Online
NY United States + Google Map
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