Museum Gallery Opening: Brian and Josie Parker
January 7, 2016
Portland Children's Museum Gallery 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Join us at Portland Children’s Museum for a FREE art gallery opening and celebration of our Artists in Residence, Brian and Josie Parker, co-owners of Believe In Wonder Publishing. The opening will feature the work they created with Museum visitors over the course of their three-month residency. Throughout Brian and Josie's residency at the Museum, guests let their imaginations run free as they went on wild adventures and told collaborative stories with art.
Click here to learn more about our Artists in Residence, Brian and Josie Parker. Join us for light refreshments and snacks, and creative collaborative art-making as we show off the artwork made by Brian, Josie, and our visitors. You don’t have to have children with you at this event, all ages are welcome!
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We are grateful to Arlene Schnitzer, The Collins Foundation, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Work for Art, and Juliet Ashby Hillman Foundation for sponsoring the Museum Artist in Residence program.
*In case of inclement weather, check portlandcm.org
*Blue Man Group Exhibit will close early at 3:30 p.m.
ABOUT PORTLAND CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
We’re a museum that doesn’t act like a museum because our audience—children and the adults who care for them—is more important to us than anything we collect. Instead of investing in precious objects, we create priceless opportunities for our visitors to learn through play.
In Washington Park across from Oregon Zoo;
4015 SW Canyon Road, Portland, 97221
Tomorrow is your last day to order your very own Santa Propaganda Posters! Signed and numbered for authenticity – great framed! Thanks everybody for being a part of this ongoing project. This years image was really fun putting together. #SantaPropaganda #BelieveInWonder
BTW: For those excited about The Wonderous Science, there is definitely a link between this project and the books. What is it? I can't tell, but you'll figure it out :) Here's a hint: