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March 2021

MUSEUM NEWS
Museum Opens March 15
We are thrilled to be able to welcome visitors back to Maryhill! Beginning March 15, the museum will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Timed-entry tickets will be required to limit the number of visitors in the museum at any one time. Masks are required; click here to read more about our procedures, policies and Covid-19 protocols. 
Maryhill members receive free admission to the museum, but must reserve a timed-entry ticket in advance. Not a member? Click here to join or renew your membership.
RESERVE TICKETS
SPECIAL EVENTS & PROGRAMS
POSTCARDS FROM MARYHILL: A VIRTUAL FUNDRAISER
Saturday, March 20, 2021 | 6 p.m.
Join us for a night of stories and connection as we take our annual event beyond the museum and bring together our entire community of supporters. We’ll share some of the exciting new things happening at the museum and give you a glimpse behind-the-scenes. 
As a thanks for attending this FREE EVENT, there will be a few fun giveaways (hint: rooftop cocktails at Maryhill!) along with opportunities to support the museum. 

With COVID-19 impacting museums around the country, we need your support now more than ever. Your donations keep our community-building programs operational, and keep art and history alive in the Pacific Northwest.

Register for this fun event and you will be automatically entered into the drawings. 
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SLOW ART DAY (virtual program)
Saturday, April 10, 2021 | 10:30 a.m.
Slow Art Day is a global event with a simple mission: to help more people discover for themselves the joy of looking at and loving art.

Join us online for a free-flowing conversation centered on finished works and fragments by sculptor Auguste Rodin, which are all part of the museum's collection. We'll not only focus on what we see, but what meaning we derive from looking. The goal is to focus on the art…and the art of seeing! This experience will be led by Maryhill Museum of Art’s Curator of Education, Louise Palermo.
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MARYHILL FROM HOME
Have you visited the Maryhill @Home page on our website? It's designed as a launching pad to explore hands-on art activities, videos, workshop recordings and more. You'll also find online exhibitions and learn more about the museum’s collections. 
ON THE BLOG: NEW WORKS BY INDIGENOUS PHOTOGRAPHERS
Visit Maryhill's Blog to read about the recent addition of photo prints by two celebrated Indigenous photographers, Cara Romero and Will Wilson, including the Romero's photograph, 17 Mile Road, pictured below. On our blog, you'll also find posts that offer a glimpse behind- the- scenes, a look at new education initiatives, research, exhibitions, conservation and more.
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Illustration for On The BlogCara Romero (Chemehuevi, b. 1977), 17 Mile Road, 2019, photo print on Canson Platine fiber rag paper, edition: 19/100, 10” X 10”; Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art, 2020.5.1
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