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March 28, 2018
Editorial and Brand Specialist
Filmmaker Erin Johnson's video in the 2018 PMA Biennial, "The Way Things Can Happen," helps us consider an alternate history in which the United States was destroyed by nuclear war through an innovative exploration of the 1983 TV movie "The Day After." Learn how she approached this material and join her for a discussion at the PMA during Free Friday on March 30.

March 15, 2018
Editorial and Brand Specialist
One of the more accomplished artists to call Portland home, 2018 PMA Biennial artist Daniel Minter uses archetypes, symbols, icons, and folklore steeped in the context of African-American and African-Diaspora culture to create a visual vocabulary rich with metaphor, memory, and energy.

February 27, 2018
Editorial and Brand Specialist
The New York Times calls her "our greatest living 17th-century photographer"—a clever joke based on the scientific and philosophical nature of her work. She comes to the 2018 PMA Biennial with an installation of work in a variety of mediums, a documentary screening as part of PMA Films, a guest appearance, and books in the PMA Store.