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Feb
10
Sun
Opening Talk: the map is not the territory
Feb 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Opening Talk: the map is not the territory

Grace Kook-Anderson, The Arlene & Harold Schnitzer Curator of Northwest Art, welcomes the map is not the territory artists for a lively PechaKucha–inspired series of opening talks. PechaKucha is a presentation format in which speakers share 20 images for about 20 seconds each on a given topic. Join us for this fast-paced (and experimental) introduction to the artists, themes, and ideas presented in this newly reimagined regional art triennial. The artists will be available in the exhibition galleries afterward to answer questions and talk further about their work.

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Feb
13
Wed
Midday Art Break: the map is not the territory
Feb 13 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Midday Art Break: the map is not the territory

Take a break from your workday and join a curator, museum educator, artist, or local scholar for a 45-minute talk in the galleries.

This month, Grace Kook-Anderson, The Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Curator of Northwest Art, will discuss the special exhibition, the map is not the territory.

Space is limited. Advance tickets recommended. Program departs from the Main Entrance Lobby.

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Feb
17
Sun
Public Tour: the map is not the territory
Feb 17 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Public Tour: the map is not the territory

Explore the Museum with a docent skilled in bringing art to life.

Public tours depart from the Park Avenue entrance.

Tours are free for members or with Museum admission, and free for children age 17 and younger.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition the map is not the territory.

Feb
22
Fri
POWER UP: ReMapping for Revolution
Feb 22 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
POWER UP: ReMapping for Revolution @ Stevens, Kinney, and all over the Museum

The Portland Art Museum is hosting the fifth annual event for LGBTQIA+ youth and allies! Meet new people. Explore the exhibition the map is not the territory. Join a drag workshop with Carla Rossi. Create Gender Euphoria self-portraits. Speak your truth at the open mic. See films made by Northwest teens. Make art, make friends, and have fun!

Admission is FREE! Refreshments provided.

Middle school, high school, and college-age are all welcome. GSA/QSA advisors and teachers are welcome, too.

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All-gender restrooms are located in the first-floor gift shop and on the fourth floor of the main museum building.

Feb
26
Tue
Public Tour: the map is not the territory
Feb 26 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Public Tour: the map is not the territory

Explore the Museum with a docent skilled in bringing art to life.

Public tours depart from the Park Avenue entrance.

Tours are free for members or with Museum admission, and free for children age 17 and younger.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition the map is not the territory.

Mar
7
Thu
Baby Morning: the map is not the territory
Mar 7 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

We welcome babies and their caregivers beginning at 10 a.m. The first tour begins at roughly 10:30 a.m., or when we have a large enough group ready to go. The second tour begins at 11 a.m. Baby Morning’s home base remains open until noon with toys, games, and books, providing a welcoming, accommodating space free of worries. Caregivers are also welcome to leave belongings here while on the tour. Carriers are recommended while in the galleries, but not required.

 Session 1  Session 2
Mar
10
Sun
Public Tour: the map is not the territory
Mar 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Public Tour: the map is not the territory

Explore the Museum with a docent skilled in bringing art to life.

Public tours depart from the Park Avenue entrance.

Tours are free for members or with Museum admission, and free for children age 17 and younger.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition the map is not the territory.

Mar
15
Fri
Performance: Fernanda D’Agostino
Mar 15 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Performance: Fernanda D’Agostino

Fernanda D’Agostino, Sophia Wright Emigh, and Jaleesa Johnston will activate D’Agostino’s the map is not the territory installation with their collaborative performance work “In/Body.” Developed over the past year through residencies at Open Signal and Performance Works Northwest, “In/Body” explores the intersection of embodied generational memory and our current crises of mass migration and climate change. Esteemed Portland performer/choreographer Linda K. Johnson will join as a special guest.

Mar
22
Fri
Performance: Charlene Vickers
Mar 22 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Charlene Vickers presents her “Diviners Protection Performance” in which she incorporates cedar spear and quill “Diviners” in a series of performative actions, spoken word, and song to make a space of protection and care of Indigenous women’s bodies and voices.The performance will take place in the map is not the territory exhibition galleries.

Mar
24
Sun
Public Tour: the map is not the territory
Mar 24 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Public Tour: the map is not the territory

Explore the Museum with a docent skilled in bringing art to life.

Public tours depart from the Park Avenue entrance.

Tours are free for members or with Museum admission, and free for children age 17 and younger.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition the map is not the territory.

Apr
21
Sun
Public Tour: the map is not the territory
Apr 21 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Public Tour: the map is not the territory

Explore the Museum with a docent skilled in bringing art to life.

Public tours depart from the Park Avenue entrance.

Tours are free for members or with Museum admission, and free for children age 17 and younger.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition the map is not the territory.

May
5
Sun
Public Tour: the map is not the territory
May 5 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Public Tour: the map is not the territory

Explore the Museum with a docent skilled in bringing art to life.

Public tours depart from the Park Avenue entrance.

Tours are free for members or with Museum admission, and free for children age 17 and younger.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition the map is not the territory.