A Weekend Just for Members

A Weekend Just for Members

As a new PMA staffer, one of the best parts of my job is getting to meet some of our most dedicated and passionate supporters—our members. From our dynamic exhibitions to our free programs and community outreach, PMA members make it all possible, and I’m so excited to meet many of you during my first Membership Appreciation Weekend from May 18 through May 20.

Member Appreciation Weekend is one of the many ways we get to say thank you for all you do, and I hope you will take the time to stop in. There are activities for members of all ages, special programming, and extra benefits including:

• Special member tours throughout the weekend
• A free coffee or pastry in the PMA Café
• An extra discount in the PMA Store
An artist talk with 2018 PMA Biennial artist Elizabeth Atterbury
Bike Night at the PMA on Friday, May 18
Special Family programming on Saturday, May 19
• And so much more!

Not a Member? Now is the perfect time to join. New and renewing members can also enter for a chance to win two tickets to the Winslow Homer Studio and enjoy all the special perks of Member Appreciation Weekend.

Thank you–I hope to see you here!

Members docent-led tour schedule.

Members should RSVP in advance at (207) 775-6148 or by email.

2 p.m. Friday, May 18: Michael Smith, "The Painted Landscape"
4 p.m. Friday, May 18: Beth Sanders, "Maine in Three Dimensions: Sculpture at the PMA"
2 p.m. Saturday, May 19: Tina Petra, "Conceptual Ideas in Contemporary Art"
11 a.m. Joan Plummer, "Winslow Homer: The Course of his Career"
2 p.m. Linda Frinsko, "Exploring French Impressionism"

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April 26, 2018
Director of Annual Giving

Pablo is originally from Chicago, but he is no stranger to museums, having spent time working at the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Institute of Chicago. At the PMA, he is an integral member of the Philanthropy team and through his work engages members, Contemporaries, Business Partners, and Annual Fund donors. He lives in Portland’s West End and enjoys the short walk to his coastal surroundings.