Maryhill’s collections grow through donation and purchase. Recently, the museum purchased a pair of photo prints by celebrated Indigenous photographers Cara Romero and Will Wilson.
Lanvin’s career as a couturier began in 1909, when she joined the Syndicat de la Couture. She contributed designs to the 1945 and 1946 editions of the Théâtre de la Mode.
A closer look at décors for Théâtre de la Mode exhibits in Europe in 1945 and North America in 1946 shows that the sets differed and included lost designs by George Geffroy, George Wakhévitch, Jean-Denis Malclès and Emilio Terry.
Serendipity led New Jersey-based printmaker Molly Gaston Johnson to Maryhill Museum of Art; now she’s leading a visual art community-building experience that has connected artists of all ages and abilities from across the US and beyond.
Curator of Education, Louise Palermo, looks closely at some of the works featured in “Influence of Women,” an online exhibition of student and graduate paintings from the Aristides Atelier, at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, WA.
We’ve been serving this classic, no-fuss potato salad at Maryhill for more than 30 years — now you can make it at home!
If you recently purchased fabric to create the perfect “statement” anti-coronavirus face mask, history beat you to the “fashioned by disease” punch. In fact, many aesthetics that define “beauty” in today’s market were formed by epidemics of the past. Let’s take a closer look at some historical fashion trends influenced by disease.
With Maryhill’s diverse collection as inspiration, we’ve pulled together a watch list for both the big and small screen.
Maryhill is excited to launch Exquisitely Connected, a national visual art community-building experience, and we invite you to take part! Similar to The Exquisite Gorge Project, this initiative is also inspired by...
As we place a bit of distance between ourselves and others, there is a wonderful way to experience art museums from the comfort of home. Through Google Arts & Culture, thousands of the great artworks of all time, including those from the collections of Maryhill Museum of Art, are at our fingertips!
Maryhill Museum of Art will be closed until further notice in an effort to further stem the spread of COVID-19. Late yesterday, Gov. Inslee issued a new proclamation banning all activities with 250 people or more statewide for the next six weeks. The official reopening date of the museum will be determined according to recommendations from federal, state, and local health authorities. Please look to our social media channels for updates.
March 21 Poetry Reading with Claudia Casto Luna, Kim Stafford, Elizabeth Woody & Tyrone Ross Thompson
Maryhill Museum of Art will host a poetry reading with Washington Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna and guests on Saturday, March 21 at 3 p.m. Casto Luna will be joined by current Oregon Poet Laureate Kim Stafford, former Oregon Poet Laureate Elizabeth Woody and poet Tyrone Ross Thompson as part of the statewide poetry project One River, Many Voices.