View highlights of January's Artist Talk in which Stephen Hayes discusses J. Alden Weir's portrait of C.E.S. Wood.
View highlights of February's Artist Talk in which local artist Joan Gratz discusses Useful Art #5: The Western Motel by Nancy Reddin Kienholz and Edward Ralph Kienholz and Helen with Apples by George Segal.

View highlights of March's Artist Talk in which artist Matthew Stadler discusses Mark Tobey's Western Town, 1944, and Whiting Tennis' Bitter Lake Compound, 2007.
View highlights of April's Artist Talk in which James Lavadour, a self-taught painter, discusses Max Beckmann's oil painting The Mill, 1947.

View highlights of May's Artist Talk in which Jeff Jahn discusses Dan Flavin's Untitled (To Donna) 2 and Anne Truitt's Bonne.
View highlights of June's Artist Talk in which Storm Tharp discusses the biographical, philosophical, and aesthetic building blocks shared by Agnes Martin's painting Untitled #15 and Shirakura Jihô's four-paneled literati painting, Visiting A Mountain Recluse.

View highlights of July's Artist Talk in which Chris Rauschenberg discusses Usubata by Tamagawa Mitsukiyo, Doorknob by Ruth Bernhard, and the Museum's presentation Private Passions: Snuff Bottles and Ceramic Jarlets.
View highlights of August's Artist Talk in which Nan Curtis discusses John McCracken's Black Box, 1965.

View highlights of October's Artist Talk in which Ethan Rose discusses Robert Irwin's sculpture, Untitled, sprayed enamel on aluminum, 1966/1967.
View highlights of November's Artist Talk in which Matt McCormick discusses two gelatin silver prints by Elliott Erwitt: Madrid, 1995, and Las Vegas, 1954.

View highlights of December's Artist Talk in which Chas Bowie discusses Study for Klaus, a gelatin silver print with graphite and ink by Chuck Close.

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.
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Seniors 55+, College Students
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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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