Upcoming Events

4/18
Saturday
10:00 am
For
Members may now bring up to two guests for free during certain days throughout the year! Please join us and share the PMA with friends and family during our first Member Extra Guest Weekend from April 17 through April 19.
4/18
Saturday
1:00 pm
For
Experience the PMA in new ways with Gallery Talks. Engage with works of art, learn about the various artists, and explore different cultures and ideas. Led by PMA docents and special guests; talks last 45 minutes.
4/18
Saturday
2:00 pm

This black comedy gently pokes fun at the mafia presence in Sicily from the 1970s through the 1990s, telling the story of a young man growing up in Palermo in that time. The life of Arturo (played as a child by Alex Bisconti and as an adult by the film’s director, Pierfrancesco Diliberto, a popular Italian satirist known as Pif) intersects with major mafia moments, oftentimes to comedic effect.

4/19
Sunday
10:00 am
For
Members may now bring up to two guests for free during certain days throughout the year! Please join us and share the PMA with friends and family during our first Member Extra Guest Weekend from April 17 through April 19.
4/19
Sunday
2:00 pm

This black comedy gently pokes fun at the mafia presence in Sicily from the 1970s through the 1990s, telling the story of a young man growing up in Palermo in that time. The life of Arturo (played as a child by Alex Bisconti and as an adult by the film’s director, Pierfrancesco Diliberto, a popular Italian satirist known as Pif) intersects with major mafia moments, oftentimes to comedic effect.

4/21
Tuesday
11:00 am
The PMA Pop Up Studio transforms a visit to the PMA from one that is based primarily in the observation of art to one that is also based in the creation of art. This week, we invite kids and their caregivers to create 3D paper flowers and add them to our collaborative bouquets. Next, use colorful pastels to draw a still-life of your creation to take home.
4/21
Tuesday
3:00 pm
The PMA is growing. As the museum evolves into a truly 21st-century institution, we want to hear from as many voices as we can—and no voice is more important to us than those who actually grew up in the 21st century. If you are between the ages of 14 and 18, we'd like to hear from you. This Call for Teens involves a brief gallery tour and discussion about future events and what is possible at the PMA. Bring your ideas. Tell us who you are, and what you'd like to see. And yes, there will be snacks.
4/22
Wednesday
11:00 am
The PMA Pop Up Studio transforms a visit to the PMA from one that is based primarily in the observation of art to one that is also based in the creation of art. This week, we invite kids and their caregivers to create 3D paper flowers and add them to our collaborative bouquets. Next, use colorful pastels to draw a still-life of your creation to take home.
4/22
Wednesday
11:00 am
Join Content Writer and Editor Robert Ker for a special family-friendly PMA Pick for April school vacation week. He will discuss Bernard Langlais' "Indian Jungle Scene" for an all-ages audience alongside the hands-on activities of the PMA's Pop-Up Studio: "Focus on Fauna."
4/23
Thursday
11:00 am
The PMA Pop Up Studio transforms a visit to the PMA from one that is based primarily in the observation of art to one that is also based in the creation of art. This week, we invite kids and their caregivers to create 3D paper flowers and add them to our collaborative bouquets. Next, use colorful pastels to draw a still-life of your creation to take home.
4/23
Thursday
6:00 pm
For
The PMA is pleased to once more host the Architalx lecture series, in which esteemed professionals in the fields of architecture and design share their expertise with local audiences. On this evening, Gary Hilderbrand of Cambridge, Massachusetts' Reed Hilderbrand, LLC is the guest.
4/24
Friday
12:00 pm
For
Join Andrew Eschelbacher, Susan Donnell and Harry W. Konkel Assistant Curator of European Art, for a lecture on "The Coast & the Sea: Marine and Maritime Art in America".
4/24
Friday
6:30 pm

One of the most-acclaimed foreign films of the year comes to PMA Movies with this tale of an Israeli woman (Ronit Elkabetz, who also co-directs) who wishes to divorce her husband (Simon Abkarian), who does not love her.

4/25
Saturday
1:00 pm
For
Experience the PMA in new ways with Gallery Talks. Engage with works of art, learn about the various artists, and explore different cultures and ideas. Led by PMA docents and special guests; talks last 45 minutes.
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