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The Portland Art Museum Podcast is a channel between the Museum and its community. Episodes will be largely decided by the listeners. Have an idea for an episode? Visit pam.to/podcastidea
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Since 2015, the Monster Drawing Rally has been a highlight of the Museum’s summer events. This year, we hosted an outpost for The Portland Art Museum Podcast and invited people to stop by and answer a 4-minute flash round of interview questions about their experience. All were welcome to stop by and we managed to capture the voices of artists, art collectors, passers-by, and even kids for this series of MDR episodes. The Monster Drawing Rally is a fundraising effort to provide free youth education programs at the Museum. To learn more, visit portlandartmuseum.org/learnThis is the 6th and final episode in the Monster Drawing Series. Be sure to go back and listen to all of the other episodes for a complete picture of the event!Featured in this episode:Emma Ganger-Spivak, Portland Art Museum Podcast InternJordan MarzkaHunter PiperJill StorthzMentioned in this episode:the Portland Art Museum Poster ProjectMaria Landersthe Portland Art Museum StoreAtelier MeridianProduced by Jon Richardson & Emma Ganger-SpivakIntro/Outro music by Jon RichardsonAll other music by Mark OrtonWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram: @PortlandArtMuseumFacebook: facebook.com/portlandartmuseumYouTube: youtube.com/portlandartmuseum
Since 2015, the Monster Drawing Rally has been a highlight of the Museum’s summer events. This year, we hosted an outpost for The Portland Art Museum Podcast and invited people to stop by and answer a 4-minute flash round of interview questions about their experience. All were welcome to stop by and we managed to capture the voices of artists, art collectors, passers-by, and even kids for this series of MDR episodes. The Monster Drawing Rally is a fundraising effort to provide free youth education programs at the Museum. To learn more, visit portlandartmuseum.org/learnThis year, MDR had its first-ever Youth Drawing Rally, where artists 17 and under have 30 minutes to create art, also to be sold to support youth education programs at the Museum.Featured in this episode:Rachel Roy Crittenden, Monster Drawing Rally Program Manager & CoordinatorEmma Ganger-Spivak, Portland Art Museum Podcast InternReidBlairHenryLucasMentioned in this episode:OCSAAntonio VivaldiJulz NallyVincent van GoghStarry NightProduced by Jon Richardson & Emma Ganger-SpivakIntro/Outro music by Jon RichardsonAll other music by Mark OrtonWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram: @PortlandArtMuseumFacebook: facebook.com/portlandartmuseumYouTube: youtube.com/portlandartmuseum
Since 2015, the Monster Drawing Rally has been a highlight of the Museum’s summer events. This year, we hosted an outpost for The Portland Art Museum Podcast and invited people to stop by and answer a 4-minute flash round of interview questions about their experience. All were welcome to stop by and we managed to capture the voices of artists, art collectors, passers-by, and even kids for this series of MDR episodes. The Monster Drawing Rally is a fundraising effort to provide free youth education programs at the Museum. To learn more, visit portlandartmuseum.org/learnFeatured in this episode:Seth Richardson, Head of Volunteer ServicesEmma Ganger-Spivak, Portland Art Museum Podcast InternAllison HeatonAugust MitchellRoxanne BlackwoodHolly MillerMentioned in this episode:PNCAWizards of the CoastChuck LukacsTS EliotThe Love Song of J. Alfred PrufrockPortland Poetry Slam (links to location)Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic ZerosThe EaglesThird Eye BlindAndy WarholGoogle Arts & CultureProduced by Jon Richardson & Emma Ganger-SpivakIntro/Outro music by Jon RichardsonAll other music by Mark OrtonWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram: @PortlandArtMuseumFacebook: facebook.com/portlandartmuseumYouTube:
Since 2015, the Monster Drawing Rally has been a highlight of the Museum’s summer events. This year, we hosted an outpost for The Portland Art Museum Podcast and invited people to stop by and answer a 4-minute flash round of interview questions about their experience. All were welcome to stop by and we managed to capture the voices of artists, art collectors, passers-by, and even kids for this series of MDR episodes. The Monster Drawing Rally is a fundraising effort to provide free youth education programs at the Museum. To learn more, visit portlandartmuseum.org/learnFeatured in this episode:Brandon Young, Production Hand Lead / Monster Drawing Rally ArtistEmma Ganger-Spivak, Portland Art Museum Podcast InternLori S. BirdDave BenzMelissa KojimaCarny ValProduced by Jon Richardson & Emma Ganger-SpivakIntro/Outro music by Jon RichardsonAll other music by Mark OrtonWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram: @PortlandArtMuseumFacebook: facebook.com/portlandartmuseumYouTube: youtube.com/portlandartmuseum
Since 2015, the Monster Drawing Rally has been a highlight of the Museum’s summer events. This year, we hosted an outpost for The Portland Art Museum Podcast and invited people to stop by and answer a 4-minute flash round of interview questions about their experience. All were welcome to stop by and we managed to capture the voices of artists, art collectors, passers-by, and even kids for this series of MDR episodes. The Monster Drawing Rally is a fundraising effort to provide free youth education programs at the Museum. To learn more, visit portlandartmuseum.org/learnFeatured in this episode:Jaleesa Johnston, Programs LeadEmma Ganger-Spivak, Portland Art Museum Podcast InternAutumn LindeDavid FriedmanJeremy PettisAlisa BrummerProduced by Jon Richardson & Emma Ganger-SpivakIntro/Outro music by Jon RichardsonAll other music by Mark OrtonWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram: @PortlandArtMuseumFacebook: facebook.com/portlandartmuseumYouTube: youtube.com/portlandartmuseum
Since 2015, the Monster Drawing Rally has been a highlight of the Museum’s summer events. This year, we hosted an outpost for The Portland Art Museum Podcast and invited people to stop by and answer a 4-minute flash round of interview questions about their experience. All were welcome to stop by and we managed to capture the voices of artists, art collectors, passers-by, and even kids for this series of MDR episodes. The Monster Drawing Rally is a fundraising effort to provide free youth education programs at the Museum. To learn more, visit portlandartmuseum.org/learnFeatured in this episode:Stephanie Parrish, Associate Director of ProgramsEmma Ganger-Spivak, Portland Art Museum Podcast InternRoss JacksonJulie ForbesChris HicksPlastormMentioned in this episode:Anselm KieferJulian SchnabelProduced by Jon Richardson & Emma Ganger-SpivakIntro/Outro music by Jon RichardsonAll other music by Mark OrtonWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram: @PortlandArtMuseumFacebook: facebook.com/portlandartmuseumYouTube: youtube.com/portlandartmuseum
What happens when an artwork needs a new coat of paint? “Brushstrokes” by Roy Lichtenstein is an outdoor painted sculpture that recently underwent a large, public-facing treatment. After being lifted out of the ground and bolted to a cement surface, “Brushstrokes” was surrounded by scaffolding and repainted. On this episode of the Podcast, PAM’s Conservator, Samantha Springer, details the decisions made during this process.Featured in this episode:Samantha Springer, Portland Art Museum ConservatorDon Urquhart, Portland Art Museum Director of Collections and ExhibitionsJulie Wolfe, Getty Museum ConservatorRachel Rivenc, Getty Research Institute Head of Conservation and PreservationPaul Amaral, Metal FabricatorMentioned in this episode:Roy Lichtenstein“Brushstrokes”“Three Brushstrokes” at the GettyRothko PavilionWhen Artwork Needs a New Coat of Paint articleGetty Conservation InstituteGetty Research InstituteAmaral Fabrication“Brushstrokes in Flight” in Ponce, Puerto RicoThe Roy Lichtenstein Foundation“House I” at the LeeumBank of America Art Conservation ProjectGlossary of terms:High Solids Polyurethane: A two-component, aliphatic, acrylic polyurethane resin coating. It is designed for high performanceprotection with outstanding exterior gloss and color retention.BlanchingCorrosionGloss levelTorqueCantileverThis episode was produced by Jon Richardson with assistance from Emma Ganger-Spivak. Music courtesy of Mark Orton.Want to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the fo
This episode idea was submitted to us by Daniel Rolnik, the Gallery Director of the Portland Art & Learning Studio (PALS). PALS is an art studio and gallery space for adults experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities located in Northeast Portland. Daniel wanted to feature an artist at the studio by the name of Matthew Spencer, a ceramic artist with autism, to discuss his background, PALS, collaborating with other artists at the Studio, and using art to eradicate stigmas.Featured in this episode:Daniel Rolnik, PALS Gallery DirectorMatthew Spencer, PALS ArtistCaitlin Pruett, PALS ArtistElmeater Morton, PALS ArtistJon Richardson, Podcast ProducerMentioned in this episode:PortlandArtAndLearningStudio.comAlbertina KerrCCCMilepost 5“Am I a Monster”1122 Gallery x PALS showPALS instagramSteven Young LeeRicky Bearghost at Webb Gallerywe.construct.marvels.between.monumentsAlister Bond Stumptown ShowVideo Tones soundcloudPatatapNorthwest NogginElmeater MortonPALS ArtistsWant to submit an idea for a future episode of the podcast? Fill out the form at pam.to/podcastidea – if your idea fits within the scope of the Museum’s mission, we can work together to bring it to life.A transcript of this episode can be found at portlandartmuseum.org/podcastInterested in learning more about Portland Art Museum’s exhibitions and programs? Visit portlandartmuseum.org and follow us on social media:Twitter: @PDXArtMuseumInstagram:
This episode idea was suggested to us by Museum member, Clint Kamstra. Clint wanted to know more about what it takes to curate an exhibition, specifically “Paris 1900: City of Entertainment”. Because this exhibition did not originate at the Portland Art Museum, it gives us an opportunity to detail the decisions made in creating an exhibition calendar, with a focus on traveling exhibitions, such as “Paris 1900”.“Paris 1900: City of Entertainment” opens on June 8, and runs through September 8, 2019Featured in this episode:Brian Ferriso, Marilyn H. and Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr. Director and Chief CuratorMary Weaver Chapin, Curator of Prints and DrawingsJon Richardson, Podcast ProducerMentioned in this episode:Kamstra.coHank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/hank-willis-thomas/the map is not the territory – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/the-map-is-not-the-territory/The Body Beautiful – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/body-beautiful/Quest for Beauty: The Architecture, Landscapes, and Collections of John Yeon – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/quest-for-beauty/Paris 1900 at the Petit Palais – petitpalais.paris.fr/en/collections/paris-1900FRAME – FrameMuseums.orgParis 1900 at the Frist – fristartmuseum.org/calendar/detail/paris-1900-city-of-entertainmentChina Design Now – fastcompany.com/1424037/portland-art-museum-tells-story-chinas-newest-dynasty-designCyclepedia – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/cyclepedia/The Allure of the Automobile – wweek.com/portland/blog-27260-the-allure-of-the-automobile.htmlThe Shape of Speed – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/shape-of-speed/Italian Style – portlandartmuseum.org/exhibitions/italian-style/Animating Life: The Art, Science, and Wonder of LAIKA –
This episode of the Portland Art Museum Podcast digs into the archives to an Artist Talk by Aaron Draplin, a Portland-based graphic designer whose reputation expands far beyond Oregon. In this Artist Talk from 2014, Aaron discusses his work as it relates to Hilaire Hiler’s “San Francisco Street“.Mentioned in this episode:San Francisco Street: portlandartmuseum.us/mwebcgi/mweb.exe?request=record;id=31370;type=101Draplin.com666 Logos – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc100_pretty_much_everything_up_to_oct_11_2013_poster.htmlTEDx Talk – youtu.be/_PMK1M7ZxJcLarry Poons, “Open Country” – portlandartmuseum.us/mwebcgi/mweb.exe?request=record;id=32652;type=101Bicentennial logo – wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_BicentennialFIELD NOTES – fieldnotesbrand.comIowa Landscape poster – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc117_iowa_usa_poster.htmlSpace Shuttle poster – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc090_space_shuttle_poster.htmlThick Lines poster series – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc114_thick_lines_poster_series.htmlwikipedia.org/wiki/Ellsworth_KellySasquatch Festival logo – draplin.com/1998/01/sub_pop_records.htmlLogo for Target – mcad.edu/sites/default/files/alumni_photos/TARGET_CONQUER.jpgSaul Bass’s Bell Telephone Logo – theverge.com/2015/9/5/9266257/bell-telephone-saul-bass-logo-pitch-videoMontana poster – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc085_maximum_montana_poster.htmlColorado poster – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc062_colorado_collected_poster.htmlSouth Dakota poster – draplin.com/1998/01/ddc079_solidly_south_dakota_poster.htmlIowa poster –
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