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The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU initially a small gallery of less than 3000 square feet opened in 1977 and grew to achieve local national and international recognition as one of South Florida’s key cultural institutions. The Frost Art Museum’s extraordinary programmatic growth during the 1980s and 1990s qualified the Museum for designation as a Major Cultural Institution by both the State of Florida and Miami-Dade County. In 1999 the Museum received accreditation from the American Associations of Museums (AAM) and in 2001 became an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
The Frost Art Museum’s innovative exhibitions and broad range of educational programs are unparalleled in their quality and the diversity of audiences they serve. With the transition to the new 46000 sq. ft. museum facility in 2008 the Frost Art Museum has had opportunity to better serve the University and the South Florida community. Reaffirming its commitment to the excellence of its collections exhibitions and educational programs The Frost Art Museum will continue to broaden its base of support and serve an increasingly larger and more diverse constituency.
The Frost Art Museum complements its exhibitions with a wide range of regionally unique and nationally recognized educational programs. The Steven and Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series and the Latin American & Caribbean Art Lecture Series directly connect South Florida’s audiences with important artists critics and art historians living today. The Wednesday After-Hours programming is designed to complement the Museum’s exhibitions and give visitors the chance to engage with the contemporary and confront the controversial via gallery talks films live music and performance art.”””