What’s in a Garden? #3

This is the second post in a series, in which we’ll look at the various botanical components which comprise the Russell Page-designed garden at the Frick Collection, on East 70th Street. Please note that the plants profiled…

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What’s in a Garden? #2

This is the first post in a series, introduced last week, in which we’ll look at the various botanical components which comprise the Russell Page-designed garden at the Frick Collection, on East 70th Street. Please…

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What’s in a Garden? #1

“If you wish to make anything grow, you must understand it, and understand it in a very real sense. ‘Green fingers’ are a fact, and a mystery only to the unpracticed. But green fingers are…

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Fact … or “Frick”-tion!

Modernization of the Frick Collection is Possible — Without Destroying its Landmarked Garden and Pavilion, or its Unique Residential Character.   The mansion of Gilded Age industrialist Henry Clay Frick is famed for the jewel-box…

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“Demolition by Code” at the Frick

  Thanks to social media, communities can actively and successfully champion the resources that matter to them. On Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, everyone can have a voice and amplify it to reach an audience of…

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LANDMARK WEST! Adds Voice of Support

The campaign to protect the landmarked Frick Collection on the Upper East Side is not bound by geography. Though the museum is located on the Upper East Side, advocates and allies from across the five…

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Russell Page garden: An Endangered Landscape!

The Russell Page Viewing Garden at the Frick museum has been named to Landslide 2014, the annual thematic compendium of threatened and at-risk landscapes and landscape features, spearheaded by The Cultural Landscape Foundation® (TCLF). TCLF…

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Volunteer for the Unite campaign!

The Unite campaign needs your help! We’re planning advocacy activities to help raise awareness about the risks of the Frick’s destructive plan. Volunteer with us! Email info@unitetosavethefrick.org to learn more.  

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A Call to Action

Dear Friends,   As you know, the Frick has proposed a six-story addition to the mansion that its collection currently occupies. Along with a number of other loyal Frick-goers, we believe the museum’s plan is…

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