In 2008, the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum opened its doors to invite students, faculty, community members and the international art world to enjoy a new museum experience in Miami. The 46,000-square-foot architectural masterpiece features grand galleries with cathedral ceilings as well as a dynamic interactive children’s area. Over the last decade, the Frost Art Museum has continuously strived to achieve its mission: to provide transformative experiences through art; collect, exhibit, and interpret art across cultures; and advance FIU's stature as a top-tier research university. Moreover, thanks to the generous support of FIU and our patrons, the Frost offers free admission. Accessibility to art is a top priority.
In 2018, we celebrate our 10th anniversary as one of the largest art museums in South Florida. We present exhibitions that have drawn international media attention and have developed transformational educational programs. The museum’s encyclopedic collection of art rapidly grows with the highest-caliber donations ranging from ancient Chinese ceramics to significant 20th-century photography.
We invite you to commemorate our 10th anniversary by participating in our inaugural Adopt-an-Artwork program.
By adopting one or more works of art among the 50+ objects featured in Connectivity: Selections from the Collection of the Frost Art Museum, you are supporting the museum’s greatest needs: exhibitions, programming, and preservation of the permanent collection. Connectivity includes painting, sculpture, and mixed media work created across centuries in distinctive geographic spaces.
$1,000 per artwork
Please note: Contributions are considered separate from annual membership.
A label will appear below the current label. Examples include:
Adopt an artwork as a family, with friends, your company, or in honor of a loved one.
When adopting an artwork, you will receive the following:
- A short dossier on work you have chosen.
- A print of the artwork suitable for framing.
- Label with a name to appear until August 31, 2019.
- Recognition on the museum website.
- Recognition in the museum’s annual report.
- Recognition on the museum’s lobby monitors.