Portland Art Museum (PAM), which celebrates its centennial next year, is the only American art museum to have its exhibits in full color, and its exhibitions are frequently in the arts that have a strong connection to martial arts.
For example, the PAM is dedicated to martial artists of the Korean culture and the Chinese art of the Kuk school, and also hosts a martial arts clinic.
The Museum also offers martial arts seminars to its visitors, which includes a master class on the Kama Sutra and a workshop on Tai Chi.
The PAM also hosts workshops on the Japanese art of Tai Chi and Japanese martial arts techniques.
The museum’s collections of Korean martial arts also include an extensive collection of artifacts from Korean communities in the US.
One of the museum’s most prominent exhibits is the Korean Art of Martial Arts, which exhibits the works of more than 150 Korean masters of the art.
The exhibition is also a key part of the PAMPF’s ongoing Korean-American Art Museum program, which features Korean artists from a range of disciplines, including the karate, kung fu, karate art, and tae kwon do.
The exhibit, curated by PAM associate curator Robert Young, explores the ways Korean martial artists have shaped American culture, especially with regard to the military and politics.
The KAMMA is the oldest Korean martial art museum in the world and has been in operation since 1978.
It has been home to a Korean American Museum since 2002, and has the distinction of being the oldest Asian American Korean American museum in North America.
The Korean Art Museum of Portland is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit museum, with funding coming from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The organization is supported in part by grants from the American Civil Liberties Union and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
For more information on the Pampas Art Museum and the Pamps Art Museum’s programs, visit the museum.