The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at PSU invites you to Storytime at the Portland Farmers Market led by Latoya Lovely. As part of our programming for A Question of Hu: The Narrative Art of Hung Liu From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation and Mundos posibles / Possible Worlds, Lovely will read stories exploring culture and identity to children and their guardians. Join Lovely as she brings stories of art and whimsy to life!
This program will also include songs with movement to get kids out of their seats. The booth will be located in the South Park Blocks between the Portland State University Blackstone Residence Hall and Smith Memorial Student Union (SMSU), near 1831 SW Park Avenue.
This program is geared towards pre-K through early elementary students. Children must be accompanied by a guardian throughout the event.
This program is free and open to the public. ASL interpreting will be provided.*
A Question of Hu: The Narrative Art of Hung Liu From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation is curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné, in conjunction with Converge 45 Biennial Program, Social Forms: Art As Global Citizenship.
Mundos posibles / Possible Worlds is curated by Dr. Alberto McKelligan Hernández, Assistant Professor, School of Art + Design, Portland State University.
Mundos posibles / Possible Worlds is supported by The Jackson Foundation.
Federico Sevilla Sierra Printmaking Residency at Mullowney Printing, made possible by the Arias Sevilla Charitable Fund and Nike Community Impact Fund
*Accessibility initiatives have been made possible by a grant from the Richard & Helen Phillips Charitable Fund.