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PMA360 is a monthly series as part of select Free Fridays. It introduces innovative ways to engage with the museum, through special guests, exclusive gallery experiences, craft cocktails, and more! It's a new way to PMA.
This May, it's Bike Night at the PMA! We're teaming with the Bicycle Coalition of Maine to offer a bicycle-themed evening at the museum.
5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Valet Bike Parking
Ride your bike to the museum and we'll park it for you! The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is on hand to give you a number and put your bike in a safe place while you enjoy everything that PMA360 offers. We've got the space to accomodate a lot of you, so don't worry about driving downtown tonight!
On-the-spot Bike Tune Up
Before our valets park your bike, Cyclemania is on hand to give you a free tune up.
Grab a special Bike Night gallery guide and imagine yourself biking across the landscapes of the PMA.
Bike Night Raffle
Enter a free raffle to win a brand-new bicycle generously donated by L.L.Bean, Inc., corporate sponsor of Free Fridays, along with other fun stuff from Maine Beer Company and Rising Tide Brewing Company.
Make and Take a Button Bike
Create your own tiny bike.
5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Music by mosart212
Enjoy the music of mosart212 as he spins his mix of mellow beats and surprising melodies.
Beer for sale by Aurora Provisions
It's "Gears and Beers" night at the PMA, so enjoy the following beer from the beer table:
Pepper & Zoe from Maine Beer Co.
Allagash White & 16 Counties
Rising Tide Ishmael, Spinnaker & MITA
All will be $6 for a 12 oz. pour and available at the Beer Station only.
6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Gallery Talk: Duncan Hewitt's Bike Tires
One of the highlights of the Circa exhibition Duncan Hewitt: Turning Strange is "24 Tubes," a collection of bicycle tires hung on a white wall in a thought-provoking, aesthetically pleasing fashion. Come to this special gallery talk and learn more about this installation from avid cyclist and woodworker Rangeley Morton.
Stick around for a bike-themed PMA Film, Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame, a celebrated documentary about champion cyclist and bike maker Giuseppe Marinoni.
Filmmaker Tony Girardin will be on hand for a Q&A after the screening, and Marinoni bikes will be on view courtesy of Cyclemania.
Seperate tickets are required for the film and can be purchased here.