Talks + Tours
The Frye presents a variety of lectures and talks with artists, scholars, and Frye curators and educators that delve into the art and culture of the Museum’s collections and exhibitions.
A three-part series examining key literary and film works by author David Shields, including War is Beautiful and I Think You’re Totally Wrong, contextualized using the touchstones of lived experience, art, and politics.
This lecture series presents five different windows into contemporary indigenous artistic practice, via Native American and First Nations artists living and working throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.
Join trained gallery guides for a free one-hour interactive tour of the Museum’s exhibitions. Public tours offered Tue–Sun at 1 pm and Tue, Sat, and Sun at 11:30 am, beginning in the rotunda; monthly third-Thursday Happy Hour Tour meets at 5:30 pm in Café Frieda. Free private tours also available.
Explore the Frye's current exhibitions in depth with unique talks and lectures presented by artists, scholars, curators, and cultural figures devoted to expanding the exhibition experience and broadening perspectives.
The Frye Art Museum presents a new season of lectures by art historian Rebecca Albiani exploring masterpieces of world art.