Currently located on the front campus
Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia
What is F.R.A.M.E.?
FRAME stands for Future Restorationists and Museum Enthusiasts with a primary objective to encourage the love of art by utilizing the Maier Museum of Art and the on-campus art collections.
During the Spring 2021 Semester students with the club worked with Yarning for Unity to create an outdoor space where club members decorated a tree. Later declared "The Uni-Tree". Students have the opportunity to write messages of Love, Hope, and Unity and tie them to the display. The hope is that the UniTree will become a bright spot for reflection, inspiration, connection, and hope.
Tomi-Lauren McGinnis RC ‘23
Member of F.R.A.M.E
“Thanks to FRAME members Yarning for Unity got to expand farther across campus than just the Maier Museum of Art. “F.R.A.M.E’s Yarning for Unity: UNI-Tree” is right in the middle of the front campus so that students, faculty, and staff are all unified despite the pandemic keeping us at least 6 feet apart! I love being able to walk out of my dorm and see the new ribbon additions. The tree is filled with so many colors lets me know that I am still a part of a close-knit community, even when it doesn’t feel like it. My volleyball team has just recently planned a team bonding event where we all are going to get involved with ribboning the tree together. Not only is it a way to stay together with those who you can’t see all the time, it also can be a great bonding experience for those close to one another. I am so happy to see the UNI-tree come to life and I hope that we can have more all over campus for us to enjoy and interact with!”
Theresa Rimawi RC ‘21
Member of F.R.A.M.E
I love Randolph College and I always see my college as the most beautiful campus. The yarn installation was a very unique and wonderful experience. The students and I decorated the trees with yarn and amazing colors that made the college more spectacular. The experience was fun.