Wanna party among the prints, Factory-style? Portland Art Museum is billing its current Andy Warhol exhibit as the largest collection of the pop artist's prints ever assembled under the same roof. So what better way to pay tribute to Warhol's famous New York city studio and party mecca than to open things up after hours?
Join Portland Monthly for a night of dancing, drinking, and painting-by-numbers on Wednesday, November 2, in all the silver and shine of Warhol’s Factory. Be part of this after-hours look at the massive retrospective exhibition, which boasts some 250 original Warhol prints, including some of the artist’s most iconic contributions to post-1950s-era pop culture, such as Campbell’s Soup Can (Tomato) and Marilyn Monroe (Marilyn). You can even document your experience in our 15-seconds-of-fame photo booth.
Don your most Warholian glad rags and get your tickets to New York city of 40 years ago here.
Portland Art Museum’s exhibit Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation runs through January 1.