View highlights of March's Artist Talk in which TJ Norris discusses Incomplete Cube by Sol Lewitt and Marcel Duchamp's Boîte-en-valise, Series F.
View highlights of April's Artist Talk in which Michael Knutson discusses two landscape paintings from the 17th century: Mercury and Herse by French painter Thomas Blanchet and The Shintō Shrines of Itsukushima and Waka no ura by an unknown Japanese workshop.

View highlights of May's Artist Talk in which Pat Boas discusses Untitled, 1969, by Philip Guston and John McCracken's Black Box, 1965.
View highlights of June's Artist Talk in which Randy Gragg discusses the Museum's main building as a work of art.

View highlights of July's Artist Talk in which Blake Perlingieri discusses selections from the Mesoamerican and South American collection featuring loans from The Nomad Collection, Portland.
View highlights of August's Artist Talk in which Jeffry Mitchell discusses Bear-shaped vessel by an unknown Chinese artist.

View highlights of September's Artist Talk in which Wendy Red Star discusses Elks Tooth Dress and Moccasin Case.
View highlights of October's Artist Talk in which Jacqueline Ehlis discusses A George III Argyle by Wakelin & Taylor and Still Life of Flowers and Fruit by Severin Rosen.

View highlights of November's Artist Talk in which Carson Ellis discusses Homesteaders by Arthur Runquist.
View highlights of December's Artist Talk in which local artist and critic Arcy Douglass discusses Mount Hood, an 1869 oil on canvas painting by Albert Bierstadt.

Portland Art Museum

1219 SW Park Avenue
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Hours + General Admission

10 a.m.-5 p.m.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
10 a.m.-8 p.m.
10 a.m.-8 p.m.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.


Seniors 55+, College Students
Children 17 and under

Special exhibition and program fees may apply.


The Museum will be closed on Labor Day (Monday, September 1).

Hours subject to change.
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Adult Group Tours $11 with

K–12 School Group Tours Free with

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