FRench American Museum Exchange

FRench American Museum Exchange

FRench American Museum Exchange is a consortium of major museums in France and North America that cultivate cultural exchange and collaboration.

Cultivating Cultural Alliances

FRench American Museum Exchange

FRench American Museum Exchange (FRAME) was established in 1999 with a vision of cultural diplomacy through museum exchanges. It was founded with eighteen member museums across France and North America and is currently a consortium of 32 museums. Through this intercontinental network, FRAME fosters partnerships between institutions through remote and in-person gatherings to develop unique exhibitions, host professional exchanges among museum staff, offer multifaceted public education programs, and to engage member professionals in scholarly dialogue. Additionally, FRAME hosts an Annual Conference each fall and a number of other in-person convenings to bring together representatives from both sides of the Atlantic for in-person gatherings year-round. As the only global network of its kind, FRAME has proven to be a highly productive collaboration that embodies a true and mutually beneficial cultural alliance that transcends distance and politics.

GRoW Support

2013

Exhibition - Joseph Cornell and Surrealism

2011

Exhibition - Caravaggio and His European Followers

2009

Project - "Adam and Eve" Paintings Exchange

2006

Project - FRAME Membership Expansion

2005

Project - FRAME Membership Expansion

2004

Project - FRAME Membership Expansion

2002

General Operating Support