PMA in the News

Portland Press Herald
May 26, 2016

A new sculpture by one of Maine’s best-known contemporary sculptors has been acquired by the Portland Museum of Art and will be installed Thursday in the museum’s outdoor sculpture garden on High read the article

High End Weekly
May 22, 2016

Powerful works from the world’s leading artists, O’Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach will take center stage at the Portland Museum of Art (PMA) from June 24 through September 18, 2016. O’Keeffe, read the article

Public News Service
May 16, 2016

It's National Bike Month, and Mainers have the chance to help their children learn the rules of the road and also dust off their own bikes.

The Boston Globe
May 13, 2016

Selections from the Boston Globe's art critics, featuring upcoming PMA exhibition O'Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New York.

Down East Magazine
May 3, 2016

An anthropologically minded, if somewhat ethnocentric, early 20th-century photographer, Curtis roamed the country shooting portraits of Native Americans at a time when their culture had been read the article
April 25, 2016

Podcast Episode 20: Today I talk with Diana Greenwold of the Portland Museum of Art in Maine about the Duncan Hewitt exhibit.

Portland Press Herald
April 17, 2016

The Curtis exhibition is coincidental to the inclusion of basketmakers in the biennial, but both reflect the museum’s sensitivity to the subject and its desire to tell a more complete story, read the article

April 14, 2016

If you think art is inaccessible, or museums are boring, then you haven't been to the Portland Museum of Art in Maine. It's where you can see, touch, create and view more pieces from their read the article

Wall Street Journal
April 8, 2016

In Winslow Homer’s ‘The Army of the Potomac—A Sharp-Shooter on Picket Duty,’ the artist, as newsman, makes us silent witnesses

Winslow Homer (1836-1910) was one of America’s great painters read the article

Bangor Daily News
April 7, 2016

High above Congress Square a migration of motley-hued birds soar. A great horned owl glares, an American oystercatcher swoops, and a large turkey vulture shifts in the air as you ascend the stairs read the article