The PMA Store is open during regular museum hours.
Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday and Friday: 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Before you hit the restaurants tonight, learn a little something during your happy hour!
Our friends at Allagash Brewing Company offer tastings and history of the finest Belgian inspired and experimental ales this side of the Atlantic.
Coctails and the Collection with the The Bearded Lady.
Special guest The Bearded Lady from Portland’s exquisite cocktail bar The Jewel Box, will join us for tastes and small talk spiked with insights. Our curator has chosen a booze-related vessel from the PMA’s historic collection and The Bearded Lady will design a cocktail inspired by it.
Before diving into a cold brew or creative libation, why not whet your appetite with a few of the tastiest works in the PMA’s collection? Mix, mingle, and engage your creative side on a 30 minute tour titled DRINK ME.
Also: enjoy music by mosart212. This local DJ has been known to slip everything from 1970s folksinger Nick Drake to modern electronic virtuoso James Blake into his particular mix of mellow dance music. Check out his monthly podcast on BrooklynRadio.com or this beautiful track for an idea of what to expect:
All of this and more is free with museum admission. Cash bar and food by Aurora Provisions.
#ThirdThursPMA is a monthly party in which the PMA stays open until 9 p.m. with live music, special programming, and collaborations with organizations throughout the community. It's the kind of event where you can stop in for a quick drink in the Joan B. Burns Garden before an evening on the town, or stay for hours and take in music, discussion, art, and more. It happens on the third Thursday of every month, is open to the public, and included in your museum admission—it's always free for members.
Alex Katz (United States, born 1927), "Ada and Neil, Maine (Study for Lawn Party)," oil on board, 24 1/2 x 32 inches. Museum purchase with support from the Freddie and Regina Homburger Endowment for Acquisitions, the Friends of the Collection, and the Harold P. and Mildred A. Nelson Art Purchase Endowment Fund. 2013.19