Looking for a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour? Wanting to carve a little more room out of your day for creativity and inspiration? Once a month this summer, treat yourself to a Midday Muse lunchtime talk at the Frick, and hear from Pittsburghers doing unique work in the places where art meets everyday life. Bring your lunch if like — or come early and grab a lunch (and maybe some wine?) to go at the Frick’s new Café Wine Bar. Come yourself, or bring your friends or coworkers. Reserve your spot today for one of the most energizing new lunch spots in town!
Paying homage to the edible still life photographs in the exhibition, Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty, the Frick offers a lunch hour talk by Pittsburgh food, beverage, and product photographer Adam Milliron. Milliron shares delicious insights and bite-sized tales from his work, which has been seen in publications like Bon Appétit, Condé Nast Traveler, Elle Décor, Food Gawker, Food & Wine Magazine, Houzz, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Table Magazine, and Wine Spectator. Learn about the art behind the appetizing. $10. Advance registration and pre-payment required.