Upcoming Events

1/31
Saturday
11:00 am
Portland artist Aaron T Stephan discusses his Circa exhibition "Aaron T Stephan: To Borrow, Cut, Copy, and Steal" at this Artist Talk—the only one he will host for the duration of the exhibition.
1/31
Saturday
2:00 pm

In 2014, PMA Movies screened the re-release of the late Eric Rohmer's 1996 film A Summer’s Tale, and we are now proud to present an HD restoration of another of Rohmer's “Tales of Four Seasons”—1992’s A Tale of Winter. The story centers on a Félicie and Charles, a man and woman who come together on holiday, and then drift apart. Years later, in a frigid Paris, Félicie (Charlotte Véry) finds herself in various relationships but still carries a torch for Charles.

2/01
Sunday
2:00 pm

In 2014, PMA Movies screened the re-release of the late Eric Rohmer's 1996 film A Summer’s Tale, and we are now proud to present an HD restoration of another of Rohmer's “Tales of Four Seasons”—1992’s A Tale of Winter. The story centers on a Félicie and Charles, a man and woman who come together on holiday, and then drift apart. Years later, in a frigid Paris, Félicie (Charlotte Véry) finds herself in various relationships but still carries a torch for Charles.

2/05
Thursday
11:30 am
For
The book-club experience comes to art with this ongoing series, in which visitors are invited to study one work on view and then share their opinions over lunch in the PMA Café.
2/05
Thursday
7:00 pm
For
This year's Contemporaries Winter Bash: Ship to Shore is the year's first "can't miss" event.
2/06
Friday
12:00 pm
For
Join Jessica May, Chief Curator, for a lecture on the Circa exhibition, "Aaron T Stephan: To Borrow, Cut, Copy, and Steal."
2/06
Friday
6:30 pm

This timely documentary looks at the women’s rights movement of the 1960s and early 1970s—how it came together, who the major founders were, how the various factions and protests operated, how they achieved some of their victories, and how the landscape for women’s rights looks today.

2/07
Saturday
11:00 am
David Lazarus, artist and scrimshaw carver from Nantucket, gives a talk on scrimshaw carving from Nantucket’s extensive history of carving to modern ecological concerns over the importation of ivory and use of alternative materials.
2/07
Saturday
1:00 pm
Following his morning lecture, David Lazarus, artist and scrimshaw carver from Nantucket, will demonstrate scrimshaw techniques and help visitors create their own scrimshaw designs.
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