Events

Friday
May 4, 2018
5:00 pm
Portland Bach Experience brings the renowned, Boston-based Arneis Quartet to the PMA for an evening of pop-up concerts in the Selma Wolf Black Great Hall during Free Friday and Portland's First Friday Art Walk.
Friday
May 4, 2018
6:00 pm

Stunning black-and-white photography and the traditional music of Ireland come together in this gorgeous documentary. Joe Heaney was one of the greats of the traditional Irish singing known as sean nós. Shaped by the myths, fables, and songs of his upbringing in the west of Ireland, his emergence as a gifted artist came at a personal cost. This film, which features performances from a wide range of traditional Irish musicians and haunting imagery of Heaney's homeland, is a distinct portrait of his life and a marvelous exploration of music and song.

Saturday
May 5, 2018
2:00 pm

Stunning black-and-white photography and the traditional music of Ireland come together in this gorgeous documentary. Joe Heaney was one of the greats of the traditional Irish singing known as sean nós. Shaped by the myths, fables, and songs of his upbringing in the west of Ireland, his emergence as a gifted artist came at a personal cost. This film, which features performances from a wide range of traditional Irish musicians and haunting imagery of Heaney's homeland, is a distinct portrait of his life and a marvelous exploration of music and song.

Saturday
May 5, 2018
3:00 pm
Director's Circle and Contemporaries members are invited on a walking tour of three local galleries including The Grant Wahlquist Gallery, Greenhut Galleries, and the Portland Art Gallery, ending with a reception sponsored by the Portland Art Gallery.
Sunday
May 6, 2018
2:00 pm

Stunning black-and-white photography and the traditional music of Ireland come together in this gorgeous documentary. Joe Heaney was one of the greats of the traditional Irish singing known as sean nós. Shaped by the myths, fables, and songs of his upbringing in the west of Ireland, his emergence as a gifted artist came at a personal cost. This film, which features performances from a wide range of traditional Irish musicians and haunting imagery of Heaney's homeland, is a distinct portrait of his life and a marvelous exploration of music and song.

Friday
May 11, 2018
12:00 pm
Gina Adams’ "Its Honor is Here Pledged: Broken Treaty Quilts" examines historical occassions when the United States government broke its promises to Native Americans. As a part of her installation in the 2018 PMA Biennial, Adams reads the Fort Laramie 1868 broken treaty between the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and the United States government.
Friday
May 11, 2018
2:00 pm

Set in Lewiston, Maine, a city that is now home to thousands of displaced immigrants and refugees, this inspiring and exciting documentary highlights the incredible power of Maine's increasingly diverse communities. It tells the story of the Lewiston High School Blue Devils boys soccer team and their remarkable path to the school’s first ever state championship title. After losing in the championship game just one year prior, this high school team, comprising a group of players representing six different countries, sets out to take home the trophy. Overcoming cultural obstacles, the boys are united by a coach determined, to not only win but bring his team together and provide their community with a new sense of identity and hope. With race, religion, and politics aside, this extraordinary group of young men demonstrates to the world how the sport of soccer transcends all borders.

Friday
May 11, 2018
5:30 pm
Gina Adams’ "Its Honor is Here Pledged: Broken Treaty Quilts" examines historical occassions when the United States government broke its promises to Native Americans. As a part of her installation in the 2018 PMA Biennial, Adams reads the Fort Laramie 1868 broken treaty between the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and the United States government.
Friday
May 11, 2018
6:30 pm

Set in Lewiston, Maine, a city that is now home to thousands of displaced immigrants and refugees, this inspiring and exciting documentary highlights the incredible power of Maine's increasingly diverse communities. It tells the story of the Lewiston High School Blue Devils boys soccer team and their remarkable path to the school’s first ever state championship title. After losing in the championship game just one year prior, this high school team, comprising a group of players representing six different countries, sets out to take home the trophy. Overcoming cultural obstacles, the boys are united by a coach determined, to not only win but bring his team together and provide their community with a new sense of identity and hope. With race, religion, and politics aside, this extraordinary group of young men demonstrates to the world how the sport of soccer transcends all borders.

Saturday
May 12, 2018
12:00 pm
Gina Adams’ "Its Honor is Here Pledged: Broken Treaty Quilts" examines historical occassions when the United States government broke its promises to Native Americans. As a part of her installation in the 2018 PMA Biennial, Adams reads the Fort Laramie 1868 broken treaty between the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and the United States government.
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