Upcoming Events

2/27
Friday
12:00 pm
For
Elizabeth Smith will discuss Frankenthaler’s pioneering work in printmaking—specifically in woodcuts—considering an example in the museum’s collection. She will also contextualize Frankenthaler’s practice with that of other artists of her generation on view in the PMA's galleries, ranging from Anthony Caro and Louise Nevelson to Lois Dodd and Alex Katz.
2/27
Friday
6:30 pm

For more than 30 years, art forger Mark E. Landis carefully painted over photocopies, distressed store-bought frames, and adopted numerous disguises to donate more than 100 works to unsuspecting museums—before Matthew Leininger, a former registrar at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, devoted himself to catching him. This documentary details that cat-and-mouse chase while shining a spotlight on the secret world of art forgery and themes of artistic agency, authenticity, and obsession.

2/28
Saturday
9:30 am
For
PMA curators invite colleagues from the field of art history to study works in the PMA collection and to discuss key issues of 20th century art. This includes a members-only coffee and culture talk.
2/28
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.
2/28
Saturday
2:00 pm

For more than 30 years, art forger Mark E. Landis carefully painted over photocopies, distressed store-bought frames, and adopted numerous disguises to donate more than 100 works to unsuspecting museums—before Matthew Leininger, a former registrar at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, devoted himself to catching him. This documentary details that cat-and-mouse chase while shining a spotlight on the secret world of art forgery and themes of artistic agency, authenticity, and obsession.

3/01
Sunday
2:00 pm

For more than 30 years, art forger Mark E. Landis carefully painted over photocopies, distressed store-bought frames, and adopted numerous disguises to donate more than 100 works to unsuspecting museums—before Matthew Leininger, a former registrar at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, devoted himself to catching him. This documentary details that cat-and-mouse chase while shining a spotlight on the secret world of art forgery and themes of artistic agency, authenticity, and obsession.

3/04
Wednesday
11:00 am
For
Join Visitor Experience Associate Ann Merrill as she shares thoughts and insights about a work from the PMA collection or a special exhibition.
3/05
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. Eastman Johnson's intimate, pensive scene of a woman and a child in a hayloft was painted around 1877 in a Kennebunk barn. Note the richness of the palette and similarity to the work of Rembrandt van Rijn, and share your thoughts.
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