PMA in the News

Portland Press Herald
April 12, 2015

One of the Portland Museum of Art’s newest hires will play an integral role in the museum’s ambitious effort to re-install the art in its galleries. Diana Greenwold, who grew up attending the read the article

Portland Press Herald
April 7, 2015

In this fast-paced world of busy schedules and constant mobile connectivity, it takes some reminding that we all need to slow down once in a while. An international event with over 2,000 museums read the article

The Boston Globe
April 4, 2015

When people dream of Maine’s coast, even if they’ve never visited before, the tiny regions of Prouts Neck and Cape Elizabeth may be in their mind’s eye. Less than 30 minutes south of downtown read the article

The Portland Phoenix
April 1, 2015

Many believe the newest pesticide on the block is wiping out honey bees, but the question aired in Portland last week was: Will scientists and regulators reach a similar conclusion?

The read the article

WCSH6
March 31, 2015

Mahesh Pailoor is an independent filmmaker who grew up in Saco. He graduated from Thornton Academy, where he really fell in love with filmmaking.

From there it was off to NYU and he now read the article

Al Jazeera America
March 27, 2015

Jessica May, co-curator of one of his former exhibits at the Portland Museum of Art, describes his work.

WCSH6
March 11, 2015

When the Maine Jewish Film Festival debuted in 1998, it consisted of 6 films. It has grown to 20 feature length films and 5 shorts in 5 locations.

Cafe des Artistes
March 1, 2015

The Portland Museum of Art (PMA) is proud to welcome the annual Youth Art Month exhibition—which features student art from across the state of Maine—back to its galleries for the 21st year. Youth read the article

Sun Journal
February 25, 2015

PORTLAND -- Historically waterways have been the center of a growing civilization.

The Atlantic Coast provided America with a rich avenue of trade from Europe, India and China during the read the article

WCSH6
February 19, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The recent string of snow storms has left a number of merchants in Portland's downtown district out in the cold when it comes to revenue. Restaurants, shops, and read the article