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Portland Art Museum

1219 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR 97205, US (map)

Future events happening here

  • Thursday
    Oct 5 2017
    A Seat at the Table: 11th Annual Center for Women's Leadership Power Lunch!

    Portland Art Museum

    We know that given the opportunity and training, girls and women will lead for a lifetime. Don't miss out on your chance to build the next generation of leaders. Buy tickets or sponsor a table at the Center for Women's Leadership 11th Annual Power Lunch here: http://psuf.schoolauction.net/cwl2017/

    Presenting Sponsor: Paulson Coletti Trial Attorneys PC, Bank of America

    Leadership Sponsors: First Tech Fed, Cambia Health Solutions, Comcast NBCUniversal, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU)

    Community Connector: PSU College of Urban and Public Affairs, City of Portland

    Building Block Sponsors: Chalkboard Project, Port of Portland, PSU-OHSU School of Public Health, Living Room Realty, KGW Media, The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Commissioner Nick Fish, McGee Wealth Management, Portland State University Office of the President, Ferguson Wellman Capital Management, Stoel Rives LLP, Wells Fargo, Kaiser Permanente Health Care, City of Portland, Higher Education Coordinating Commission, PSU Hatfield School of Government


Past events that happened here

  • Thursday
    Jun 15 2017
    SMYRC Pride Bike Ride ! ! !(Queerest Bike Ride of the Year).

    Meet in front of Portland Art Museum at 6pm, address is 1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205 (on the park block side) Ride takes off at 6:30pm! Bring your friends, fam, lovers, bikes, and gayness!!!

    SMYRC honors and supports the power of LGBTQ youth to change the world by creating safety and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender non-conforming, queer and questioning (LGBTQQ) youth in Oregon since 1998, through youth empowerment, community building, education and direct services.

  • Friday
    Jun 9 2017
    Bilingual Discussion: Identity, Tradition, and Migration

    LOCATION CHANGE: The Mark Building at Portland Art Museum, 1119 SW Park in the Miller Gallery

    FusionArte presents an introduction to the multimedia project Lente Móvil: The Other side of My Community at the Portland Art Museum. This year Lente Móvil took on the task of searching and documenting subcultures from our community: los charros, los danzantes mexicas and la lucha libre.

    On Friday, June 9th from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Stevens board room at the Portland Art Museum, Lente Móvil: Identity, Tradition, and Migration examines the importance of cultural identity, cultural tradition, and migration as it impacts personal growth and collective strength for our Latino community in the United States. This multimedia event includes a photo-visual display and a curated discussion.

    Panelists are Octaviano Merecías Cuevas, Policy and Civic Engagement Manager at Latino Network and a Member of the New Portlander's Commission. He is joined by Cynthia Carmina Gomez Norzagaray, Executive Director, Cultural Resource Centers and Faculty, University Studies & Public Admin, and Alberto Moreno, Chair for the Commission on Hispanic Affair.

    Accompanying us this evening will be members and participants from los charros, los danzantes mexicas, and la lucha libre who will be speaking about the goals and growth of these subcultures in the United States. Thank you to Santa Amparo, Ismael Jaramillo, y Megaboy for taking the time to share their experiences this evening!

    Friday, June 9 from 5 pm to 7 pm in the Stevens board room at the Portland Art Museum. The admission is free.

    Lente Móvil is supported in part by Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland Art Museum, Chachacha Restaurant, Consulate of Mexico in Portland, and Casa Lola Restaurant.

    After Party! Join us at MoMo’s Bar Maximo for a social!

    CAMBIO DE UBICACIÓN: Edificio Mark en el Portland Art Museum, 1119 SW Park en la Galería Miller

    Plática sobre el tema: Identidad, Tradición y Migración.

    FusionArte presenta la primera parte del proyecto multimedia Lente Móvil: "The Other Side of my Community" en el Portland Art Museum. Este año nos dimos a la tarea de ir a buscar y documentar las subculturas de nuestra comunidad: los charros, los danzantes mexicas y la lucha libre.

    El 9 de Junio de 4:30 p.m. A 7:00 p.m. en salon Stevens del Portland Art Museum tendremos la plática: la Identidad, Tradición y Migración. Una tarde para reflexionar sobre la importancia de estos términos en el crecimiento y fortalecimiento de la comunidad Latina en los Estados Unidos.

    El panel contará con la participación de Octaviano Merecías Cuevas, Policy, and Civic Engagement Manager at Latino Network and a Member of the New Portlander's Commission. Cynthia Carmina Gomez Norzagaray, Executive Director, Cultural Resource Centers and Faculty, University Studies & Public Admin y Alberto Moreno Chair for the Commission on Hispanic Affair.

    A la vez tendremos miembros de la comunidad de charros, danzantes mexicas y luchadores, quienes nos hablarán de los retos y el crecimiento de estos grupos en los Estados Unidos. Agradezco a Santa Amparo, Ismael Jaramillo, y Megaboy por tomarse el tiempo para participar en esta platica!

    Viernes 9 de Junio de 4:30 p.m. a 7:00 p.m. en salon Stevens del Portland Art Museum. Entrada gratuita.

    Agradezco el apoyo de Regional Arts and Culture Council, El Museo de Arte de Portland, Chachacha Restaurante, Consulado de México en Portland, y Casa Lola.

    After Party! En el bar MoMo’s para celebrar y socializar!

  • Friday
    Jun 2 2017
    Constructing Identity in Oregon from Maxville to Vanport (Portland Jazz Composers' Ensemble)

    Portland Art Museum

    In this Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble "work in progress" performance and discussion event, vocalist Marilyn Keller and composer/pianist Ezra Weiss perform two songs from the upcoming concert work "From Maxville to Vanport," featuring text by Renee Mitchell. The writer, singer and composer will speak about the project, and take questions from the audience.

    This project, which will culminate in a concert-length composition for the Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble to be performed in the spring of 2018, tells a fictionalized but historically accurate narrative about two unique places and moments in Oregon's history, Maxville and Vanport. These two towns, both with significant multicultural populations at a time when Oregon's constitution banned black residents, tells a part of the state's history that deserves to be heard. Gwendolyn Trice, Executive Director of Maxville Heritage, will also be on hand to speak about Maxville, Oregon. This event is co-presented by the Vanport Mosaic and the Oregon Historical Society.

    Seating is first come first served. Limited seating available. Admission to the Museum is $5 after 5 PM.

    Performance will take place is the Stevens Room

  • Thursday
    Jun 1 2017
    In Conversation with Mickalene Thomas

    Join us for a conversation with former Portlander and acclaimed multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker Mickalene Thomas. Best known for large-scale portraits, landscapes, and interiors that combine art-historical, political, and pop-cultural references, Thomas’ work often investigates complex notions of femininity, beauty, and racial representation. Her work is part of significant permanent collections including The Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, Whitney Museum of American Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Hammer Museum, among many others.

    This event is free as part of Free First Thursday.

  • Saturday
    May 27 2017
    Upstanders Festival (FREE)

    Portland Art Museum

    It’s time to amplify voices and activate caring to make our city a better place. Join the Museum of Impact, Don’t Shoot Portland, and the Portland Art Museum as we turn a listening ear to witness unmet needs and unheard voices in PDX.

    Enjoy a ‘woke’ & fun-filled day of spoken word, restorative justice, music and media, interactive workshops, art zines, and poster making in support of Black Lives Matter, houselessness, and building tolerance for immigrants. Build an awareness for social justice alongside neighbors, artists, changemakers, and future friends. Channel your inner Upstander—stand up, speak up, and act up—as we build community together!

    Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition Constructing Identity: Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African American Art, on view through June 18. Special thanks to the Pacific Northwest College of Art and Marylhurst University for their participation and support.

    Upstanders Festival is a social justice extravaganza, shining a light on the bravery and brilliance of activism and changemakers in our midst. Produced by the Museum of Impact, this event series transforms audiences from bystanders to Upstanders through a variety of activities to enhance equity and creative expression.

    Make art and build power with like-minded locals. Articulate hopes and dreams for our future. Discover the intersectional role you play in Being the Change!

    The festival activities and events are free.