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Museum Welcomes Visitors Back In Two-Phase Spring 2021 Reopening

Phase one reopening April 10Phase two reopening May 5, including Ansel Adams in Our Time The Portland Art Museum announced today a phased reopening of the galleries following the second pandemic-related closure ordered by Governor Kate Brown in November 2020. Beginning April 10, the Museum will allow visitor access to all galleries, except the main…  Read more

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Gift Ideas that Give Twice!

While the Museum and Northwest Film Center are currently closed to help stem the rise in COVID-19, there are still many great ways to give the gift of art, film, and new media while also offering vital support. Museum Membership: Memberships are key to the survival of cultural institutions as we all weather the impact…  Read more

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Four Week COVID Closure

The Portland Art Museum and Northwest Film Center will be closed for four weeks effective Wednesday, November 18, in accordance with orders from Oregon Governor Kate Brown. The Museum remains open with limited capacity on Saturday and Sunday, November 14–15. Visitors with advance timed-entry tickets during our closure time will be automatically refunded.  We look…  Read more

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Museum Supports Youth Art Experiences This Summer

This month the Portland Art Museum will begin to distribute several thousand art kits to youth throughout the Portland region as well as into more rural communities of the Columbia River Gorge. The art kits complement Journal On!, a recently launched community art and writing project developed in partnership with Portland Public Schools and Create…  Read more

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Art and Conversation: The Art of Reading

Tuesday, July 21 at 10 a.m. with Mary Weaver Chapin, Ph.D., Curator of Prints and Drawingsvia a live Zoom Webinar and Facebook Livestream Join the Curator of Prints and Drawings, Mary Weaver Chapin, Ph.D., in a discussion about the exhibition, The Art of Reading. Featuring original posters, magazine covers, and book covers, this exhibition explores the…  Read more

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Black Lives Matter Banner

The Museum and Northwest Film Center stand with the Black Lives Matter movement. As we prepare to reopen after these past few months of closure due to COVID-19—a time when we saw massive protests against police brutality in our city and around the world—we share a symbol of our support.  What is Black Lives Matter?…  Read more

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Museum and NW Film Center Announce Artist Fund

The Portland Art Museum and Northwest Film Center are pleased to announce an Artist Fund to provide immediate emergency assistance to visual, cinematic, and new media artists during the coronavirus pandemic and to support and sustain their creative work through the long-term recovery. The Fund will distribute $100,000 to artists living in Oregon or Clark…  Read more

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Portland Art Museum reopens on July 16 with four free admission days

The Portland Art Museum announces a limited reopening of its galleries on July 16 following a four-month closure in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Museum begins welcoming back visitors with four free admission days, July 16–19. “There’s no better way to heal and to learn than making it possible for everyone to connect with…  Read more

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The Numberz Juneteenth Teach-In

Juneteenth Teach-In 2020: Blackness in Focus June 19, 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. June 19th is Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas, with…  Read more

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In solidarity, demanding racial justice

We stand in solidarity with our community, staff, and partners demanding racial justice. We speak the names George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and far too many others to honor their lives and acknowledge the persistent institutional racism that is to blame for their deaths. We also recognize our own museum’s role in supporting systems…  Read more