Upcoming Events

2/05
Friday
12:00 pm
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Please join PMA Chief Curator Jessica May for a talk on the animal-themed installation Modern Menagerie.
2/05
Friday
6:00 pm
For
Spend one hour with the work of three artists whose interests overlap in sculpture, drawing, painting, music and the attempt to depict movement in artwork.
2/06
Saturday
1:00 pm
For
Spend one hour exploring the impact of the American Civil War upon one of Maine’s greatest artists: Winslow Homer.
2/07
Sunday
1:00 pm
For
Spend one hour exploring how the cultural, political, and social issues of a moment are preserved, and can be discovered, in art.
2/11
Thursday
1:00 pm
For
Each month, PMA staff members focus on a highlight
 of the museum collection in an interactive and informative gallery discussion. February's selection is Bernard Langlais' Untitled (Samoset Sculpture), which is part of the new installation, Modern Menagerie.
2/11
Thursday
6:00 pm
What is the relationship between one’s work as an artist and as a teacher? Join artist Duncan Hewitt in conversation with Diana Greenwold, Assistant Curator of American Art, for a discussion of his career as an artist and educator, and a reflection on the role teaching has had with his artistic production.
2/12
Friday
12:00 pm
For
Join Jennifer DiPrizio, Peggy L. Osher Director of Learning and Interpretation, for a talk on Me, Mona, and Mao: Art, Fame, and Visual Culture.
2/12
Friday
1:00 pm
For
Travel and tourism was a relatively new concept during the nineteenth century. Ordinary people began to have free time and were beginning to think about how to use their leisure to enhance their physical well being and their spiritual health. Over the course of an hour, see how artists played a role in popularizing travel both in the United States and abroad.
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