- Art Museum
Discussions on the symbolic and literal use of pigs in areas such as fashion, ornamentation and utilitarian objects, as well as design, art, advertising and fashion.
24th May, 2011
Here are photos from the second place winner in the Alexia Foundation’s 2010 student competition promoting photojournalism as an agent for change against social injustice.
“Swineherd: the salaried gypsy with a domestic mind” was submitted by Muhammad Murtada, a native of Bangladesh, and a third year photojournalism student at Pathshala, the South Asian Media Academy.
26th April, 2011
This site received a singular honor a few days ago. A work of art was created with the enchantress, Circe, and Porkopolis.org as the inspiration. The artist, Red Queen’s Elf, was included in the Porkopolis Art Museum’s recent exhibition, The Courtiers of Circe, with her work, Circe’s Fandango. After being notified of her inclusion in [...]
17th April, 2011
A new exhibition of art featuring Circe and pigs has opened in the Porkopolis.org Art Museum and a selection of pig themed poetry also featuring Circe has been added to the Best Loved Pig Poetry section Of the Ziffel Memorial Library.
31st March, 2011
A review of major happenings at Porkopolis.org for March 2011: blog posts on the Lords of Lard, the Reprint Series opens and a major theme upgrade is rolled out.
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25th March, 2011
Lovely Day for a Guinness! Join the pigs and me for one… Guinness for strength. Guinness is good for you.