Empowering educators as arts leaders.
The City of Portland’s Historic Landmark Commission approved the design of the Rothko Pavilion and renovation project to make art more accessible to all.
Museum responds to a reduction in funding from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.
Learn more about how history and personal memory of the Holocaust informed this powerful film.
Two films and a free lecture remember the holocaust in conjunction with Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross
The Museum joins a number of other Portland institutions opening their doors to families impacted during the shutdown.
Under the new agreement with Portland Art Museum, The Art Gym’s exhibit catalogs, historical documents, trademarks, proprietary rights and website will be transferred. The Art Gym archives will join more than 35,000 volumes of work in the Portland Art Museum’s Crumpacker Family Library and research center.
Over the past several years, the Museum has expanded its commitment to community engagement and involvement. Recent programs, partnerships, and community advisory processes have pushed the Museum to be more than just a collection of objects and artwork, but also to be a place where conversations about the world around us take place.
The Museum has received a grant from the 2018 Bank of America Art Conservation Project to conserve Brushstrokes, by Roy Lichtenstein. Work will begin in late spring of 2019.
Grant allows the Portland Alliance for Response to expand its disaster preparedness and emergency response efforts.