Events

Lectures, Workshops, Events

For more information or to register for any of these programs, contact Jeana Ganskop, Education Director, at 207-548-2529 ext. 213 or jganskop@pmm-maine.org.

Peek into Paintings — FRANK PENDLETON

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What did people do during long voyages at sea? We’ll take a look at this painting of the FRANK PENDLETON and discover the newspaper, Ocean Chronicle, the captain printed onboard!

Peek into Paintings — FRANK PENDLETON

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What did people do during long voyages at sea? We’ll take a look at this painting of the FRANK PENDLETON and discover the newspaper, Ocean Chronicle, the captain printed onboard!

Peek into Paintings — FRANK PENDLETON

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What did people do during long voyages at sea? We’ll take a look at this painting of the FRANK PENDLETON and discover the newspaper, Ocean Chronicle, the captain printed onboard!

Peek into Paintings — AUGUSTINE KOBBE

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While the bark AUGUSTINE KOBBE was in port at Livorno, Italy in early 1880, Captain Ford commissioned this painting. Where did the bark go after Livorno? What was it carrying? Who’s on board?

Member Monday – Fowler-True-Ross Preview

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Richard Saltonstall Jr Curator of Maritime History, Cipperly Good, has been busy reinterpreting the Fowler-True-Ross historic house. Gone are the generic Victorian furnishings, replaced by pieces with a backstory related to Searsport. Get a preview of the objects and stories you will experience on the new tour of this historic house.

The Chart Collections at Penobscot Marine Museum

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Join archivist Sarah Collins for a virtual tour of the Penobscot Marine Museum's chart collections as we explore 200 years of viewing the world from a mariner's perspective. Learn why charts were important and how they changed over time to reflect cultural interactions, increased knowledge, and the occasional volcano. We'll also discuss some of the... (Read More »)

Peek into Paintings — AUGUSTINE KOBBE

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While the bark AUGUSTINE KOBBE was in port at Livorno, Italy in early 1880, Captain Ford commissioned this painting. Where did the bark go after Livorno? What was it carrying? Who’s on board?

More Than History: Connecting PMM to Your Interests & Curriculum

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You may think of Penobscot Marine Museum as a great resource for learning local history - and we are! We also have artifacts, charts, photos, and documents that may connect to your interests or curriculum in unexpected ways. Join us as we connect items in the PMM collections with earth science, geometry, literature, and more.

Peek into Paintings — AUGUSTINE KOBBE

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While the bark AUGUSTINE KOBBE was in port at Livorno, Italy in early 1880, Captain Ford commissioned this painting. Where did the bark go after Livorno? What was it carrying? Who’s on board?