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Nathan Benn: Photographing the


Finger Lakes for National Geographic


May 11 | 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.


Join us as we hear first-hand from artist Nathan Benn who photographed the Finger Lakes over the course of a year for National Geographic Magazine in 1975.

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Environments Examined Lecture |


From High Tech Science to High Tech Art:


Transforming Data into Action


Mark Hirsch, Dr. Martin J. Collins, Dr. Jared Stabach and Dr. Autumn-Lynn Harrison will discuss how complex datasets can be transformed into emotionally compelling art pieces and tell the complicated story of life on a changing planet.

Join us Thursday, May 27

Antigravity:


a circle, a line, an arc


by Elaine K. Ng


Elaine K. Ng is an artist whose work explores the physical and psychological structures of site. Ng used bamboo, sassafras, cotton thread and rice paper to create a cloud-like experience as visitors enter and exit the Museum.

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AIDS’ Dark Terrain:


Woodblock Prints of Robin Tichane


On View January 9


Utilizing the American landscape as both a metaphor and lens, AIDS’ Dark Terrain illustrates Robin Tichane’s spiritual and intellectual journey in the midst a global pandemic. This series of woodcut prints, created at the height of the AIDS pandemic, encapsulates Tichane’s experience and perspective as an HIV+ artist as well...

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Experience American art. Visitors to The Rockwell explore the people, land and ideas that shape America through the eyes of American artists.

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Upcoming Events

  • May 11

    Nathan Benn: Photographing the Finger Lakes for National Geographic

    5:30 - 6:30 p.m. | Advance reservations recommended

    Join us as we hear first-hand from artist Nathan Benn who photographed the Finger Lakes over the course of a year for National Geographic Magazine in 1975.

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  • Picture of two people looking at artwork in Native American Gallery.
    May 12

    Livestream | Art Talks with the Memory Maker Project

    1:30 - 3 p.m. | The event will take place online | Free and open to people with memory loss and their care partners

    Join The Rockwell Museum and Memory Maker Project on Zoom to view and chat about artwork from the Rockwell collection.

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  • May 20

    Members-Only | Happy Hour with the Director

    5:30 - 6:15 pm | Online Program

    Join Brian Lee Whisenhunt for a virtual happy hour as he discusses a work of art from The Rockwell's collection or special exhibition and then teaches you how to make a delicious cocktail inspired by the artwork.

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  • The Rockwell Museum is located on the ancestral land of the Seneca, one of the six Nations that comprise the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy. We recognize the many legacies of displacement, migration and settlement that bring us together here. Learn More