Everyone experiences art differently, and the viewpoints and vantages that influence our appreciation can inspire others to think differently as well. The Frame of Reference series brought together community members of diverse backgrounds, ages, and perspectives to share their personal responses to Pulitzer exhibitions. The program originated with Ideal (Dis-) Placements: Old Masters at the Pulitzer (2008-2009) as a series of gallery talks by art historians, artists, veterans, children, psychologists, neuroscientists, anthropologists, furniture makers, pastors, educators, yogis, poets, social workers, musicians, archaeologists, and data analysts, among others. With Art of Its Own Making (2014), the program culminated in a one-day public symposium that included presentations, performances, and interactions that responded to the exhibition and acknowledged the role of art in our lives.