How do I find out more information about FRAME and its history?
A brief history of FRAME is included in the history page.
Where can I find information about past FRAME exhibitions?
All FRAME supported exhibitions are included in the past exhibitions pages.
Where can I find out about touring exhibitions?
Visit the current exhibitions page.
What collections or artists are FRAME museums known for?
The 32 FRAME member museums represent a collective collection of more than 2.5 million works of art from every culture and time period. All FRAME museums hold robust collections of European art.
Does FRAME only present exhibitions and programs about French art?
While European art is a core focus of FRAME’s exhibitions and programs, FRAME has facilitated exhibitions and programs of great diversity in terms of culture and time period, including Ancient Mayan art, American Art, Modern and Contemporary Art, and of course French art and European art. Visit our Past Exhibitions section.
Is it okay to use the images from the website?
Yes, you may use the images for personal, noncommercial, educational, or scholarly purposes, or for other fair use to the extent permitted under the law.
How is FRAME funded?
FRAME is supported by the generosity of individuals, foundations, and corporations. For a complete donor list, please visit the Support section of this site.
How do I make a financial contribution to support FRAME?
To support FRAME, visit the Support section of this site. Gifts to FRAME are tax-deductible under Section 170(c) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, in accordance with IRS regulations. FRAME provides written acknowledgment for all charitable donations.
Is there a minimum gift requirement?
FRAME gratefully accepts all levels of giving! There is no such thing as a gift that is “too small.”
How are donations used?
Donations support all of FRAME’s activities: exhibitions, educational programs, and professional exchanges.
Can I make my gift anonymously?
Certainly! Please indicate your wish to remain anonymous in along with your gift. All donors are listed on FRAME’s website and annual report.
How will my personal information be used?
FRAME does not collect and store information about visitors to its Web site. When we send you information by email, you will always have an immediate opportunity to decline further communication.
How can a museum become a FRAME member museum?
FRAME has a full-roster of 32 museums and is not expanding at this time. In the event that an opening becomes available, museums may self-nominate by contacting email@example.com. FRAME’s Executive Committee and Board of Trustees approve candidates, which are then voted on by the Directors of the FRAME museums in North America or France. Additional information provided by request.