Frick on Madison Avenue
Date: February 1, 2022
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JCC of Middlesex County
1775 Oak Tree Road
Edison, NJ 08820
Contact: Sue Horwitz
Many people know and love the magnificent art collection housed in the Frick Mansion. It is one of the finest small collections anywhere in the world. The mansion is being expanded and the collection needed a temporary new home. It is currently housed in the Breuer building on Madison Avenue (that used to house the Whitney). Curators have taken the opportunity to rehang the collection in new and exciting ways. Suddenly viewers are seeing things they never noticed before. Come see the familiar Frick collection with new eyes. It's a real treat!
Barbara Tomlinson received her B.A., cum laude, from Barnard College, her M.A.T. from Harvard University and her Ph. D., in American and Women’s History, from Rutgers. After serving for many years as history department chair at a small, independent secondary school, she moved to Kean University in 1986 to be a course-coordinator for the cultural history component of the General Education Program. She retired from Kean in 2000 and now teaches cultural history in various continuing education programs around the state.
This program is co-sponsored by The Edison Arts Society.
REGISTRATION FEE: FREE and Open to the Community.
Registration required by Noon on February 1.