With generous support from the PGE Foundation, the Portland Art Museum has created a set of posters featuring works across the permanent collections. Posters are available free of charge to educators in Oregon and Washington. Hang them in classrooms, hallways, and libraries or take them out for specific activities and lessons. Our goal is to provide educators and students with artworks you can study and enjoy wherever you are.
Visit the exhibition webpage for educator resources related to this powerful exhibition addressing human rights and the experiences of refugees and displaced people in Africa and South Asia. Listen to the podcast by Manuel Padilla, Executive Director of Portland Meet Portland, and students in the Refugee and Immigrant Student Empowerment (RISE) program at David Douglass High School, Portland, Oregon.
Browse online galleries of Portland Art Museum works, including African-American Artists in the Permanent Collection and Art from the Islamic World.
Explore ArtMuseumTeaching.com, a collaborative forum for reflecting on practice in the field of art museum education, founded and edited by Mike Murawski, Director of Education and Public Programs.
Visit the Crumpacker Family Library on your own or with your students. The library holds more than 35,000 volumes on visual art and offers public computers, wireless Internet service, an audio-visual viewing station, and research assistance. Open by appointment. Please contact the Library at 503-276-4215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exploring Race and Social Justice through Art at the Museum
January 21, 2016
Evening for Educators
March 15, 2017