Street Address
10975 SW 17 Street
Miami, FL 33199
Mailing Address
10975 SW 17th Street
Florida International University, Univ Park, PC110
Miami, FL 33199
phone: 305-348-2890
fax: 305-348-2762
Tuesday - Saturday10 AM - 5 PM
Sunday12 PM - 5 PM
Museum Type(s)
Special Event Rental
Group Tours
Jordana Pomeroy, Executive Director
Debbye Kirschtel-Taylor, Curator of Collections
phone: 305-348-2891
Emmett Young, Assistant Director-Marketing & Communications
phone: 305-348-4799
Amy Pollack, Special Projects Coordinator
phone: 305-348-0401
Ximena Gallegos, Public Programming & Membership Coordinator
phone: 305-348-2254
Julio Alvarez, Security Manager
phone: 305-348-6417
Gregory Jackson, Director of Operations
phone: 305-348-0253
Miriam Machado, Curator of Education
Florel Fraser, Finance & HR Manager
Alexander Garcia, Assistant Registrar
Ana Martinez, Director of Development
Jacquelyne Velken, Business & Finance Assistant
David Bernal, Preparator
Daniel Rodriguez, Computer Support Specialist
Annette Shumway, Registration Assistant
Ashley Valines, Curatorial Assistant
Jeancarlos Fernandez, Social Media Specialist
Maryana Ramirez, Manager of Strategic Initiatives
Grace Frawley, Administrative Assistant


The Frost Art Museum complements its exhibitions with a wide range of regionally unique and nationally recognized educational programs. For over 25 years the Steven and Dorothea Green Critics' Lecture Series has presented audiences with an array of internationally renowned artists, critics, curators and scholars including such contemporary luminaries as Richard Serra, Maya Lin, Claes Oldenburg, Linda Nochlin and John Cage among many others.

The Frost Art Museum’s FrostArt 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, visiting artist lectures, films, live music and performance art.

The Frost Art Museum's education programs, designed to nurture and increase each participant's knowledge of art, honor our mission to serve audiences of all ages, means and backgrounds, including the culturally diverse FIU community and residents of and visitors to South Florida. The Frost Art Museum develops a significant series of public programs in conjunction with the major exhibitions it borrows and organizes each year. In addition the Frost Art Museum offers tours of exhibitions and the Sculpture Park at FIU.

The new Frost Art Museum is a work of art; Call us for a tour. You’ll see what we mean. Some membership levels include discounts for facility rentals, allowing you to use the Frost as the perfect backdrop for your events.

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum - Florida International University Founded in 1977, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum has grown to achieve official recognition as a major cultural institution of the State for its unprecedented collection of Latin American and 20th century American art, its innovative exhibitions that draw on or enhance the collection, and its unparalleled service to South Florida's diverse audiences.


The Frost Art Museum at Florida International University in Miami is dedicated to the collection, preservation, interpretation, and dissemination of art and artifacts from ancient times to the present, with a particular emphasis on Latin American and 20th century American art.



Lecture Halls

Performance Areas




Access: Members

Appointment required: No



Wheelchair Accessible


Special Event Rental

Group Tours