2019 Contemporaries Winter Bash Recap

2019 Contemporaries Winter Bash Recap

This year’s #PMABash was a smash! Thank you to all who attended the can’t-miss party of the season. The PMA is extra thankful for Little Giant restaurant for their involvement in helping the Contemporaries raise more than $1,600 for Friends of the Collection and in support of Isamu Noguchi’s Play Sculpture through their raffle and congratulations to Chloe for winning dinner for four.

Check out these links below to relive the best moments of the 2019 Winter Bash.


Click here to download and check out these pics P3 snagged of Contemporaries members diving deep and really getting into the PMA.

 

 
Click here to take a look back and share your favorite moments with all your friends on Facebook.

 


Click here to read up on what the Maine Sunday Telegram thought of your #PMABash

 
The Contemporaries are a diverse and active group of creatives and influencers throughout the region, and if you’re already a member we’re glad to have you because you get to attend these great upcoming events:

6 p.m. Thursday, March 21: SPEEDWELL projects Artist Reception with Tonee Harbert
4 p.m. Wednesday, March 27: A Conversation with Artist Lilian Garcia-Roig
6 p.m. Thursday, April 11: Contemporaries Art After Hours
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, July 17: PMA Summer Garden Party. Save the date, more details coming soon.

If you are not a Contemporaries member and you want to set the course for the PMA's future while enjoying events such as the Winter Bash, learn more about the Contemporaries here. Membership starts at $16 a month. Thanks everyone! And please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or want to join me at the PMA Café for a coffee – I’d love to meet you!

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March 6, 2019
Director of Individual Giving

Sarah joined the Portland Museum of Art in November of 2018 as the Director of Individual Giving. Sarah serves as a key cultivator of donors and is committed to helping individuals achieve their goals to support the Portland Museum of Art’s mission through Philanthropy. Prior to the PMA, she worked at Maine Medical Center as a Philanthropy Manager of The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, where she managed volunteer committees, events, strategy, and recruitment of donors. Sarah graduated from Boston College with a degree in Elementary Education & Human Development with a minor in Business. Sarah lives in Portland with her daughter Caroline and dog Tank. In her spare time, she can usually be found working on her fixer-upper or sailing on Casco Bay.