The KIDS ROCKWELL Art Lab is now open - click through to learn more about all the offering for youth and families at The Rockwell!


PBS Episode Screening

Thursday, November 15

Combining modern science with Native knowledge, the series shines a spotlight on these ancient cultures and the communities that still thrive today.


Veterans Visit Free

Entire Month of November

To show our appreciation for their service to our country, all military veterans and active military personnel will receive free admission to The Rockwell Museum through the month of November.

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Now on View:

Audubon in the

Exotic West

Best known for his groundbreaking work in The Birds of America series, the noted artist and naturalist John James Audubon (1785-1851) traveled up the Missouri River to undertake a second, equally ambitious project – creating a definitive study of the mammals of North America.

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New Acquisition On View

Pueblo Warriors Jar

by Jason Garcia

Jason Garcia has frequently turned to the subject of the 1680 Pueblo Revolt for inspiration in his works, casting the rebellion in a comic book format and making a painful episode in American history accessible to a wider audience, especially young people.

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Who We Are
Visitors to The Rockwell explore art about the American experience — the people, land and ideas that shape America through the eyes of American artists.

Education Through Art

The Rockwell is more than “just” a museum — we’re a citizen of the Corning community, bringing arts into local schools and onto our streets, telling stories about the American experience through art.

See Our Impact In The Community

Upcoming Events

  • November 15

    NATIVE AMERICA: PBS Episode Screening

    6 - 8 p.m. | Episode screening followed by Q&A and reception | Free and open to the public | Pre-registration encouraged

    WSKG and The Rockwell Museum present NATIVE AMERICA, Nature to Nations, the second episode in the new four-part PBS series that challenges everything we thought we knew about the Americas before and since contact with Europe. The Native American Council of Corning Incorporated is partnering with us for this event in recognition of Native American Heritage Month.

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  • December 6

    Art Explorers’ Story Hour: Sweet Stories

    10 – 11 a.m. | Free and open to preschool-age children and their caregivers. No registration required.

    Explore and socialize with games and activities, connecting little ones to authentic arts experiences through storytime and un-plugged play.

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  • December 14

    Movie Night at the Museum: The Polar Express

    6 - 8 p.m.

    Families are invited to wear pajamas and bring a comfortable pillow for a fun viewing of this popular holiday movie! Space is limited - RSVP.

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  • Visit The Rockwell’s Historic Building
    The Rockwell Museum is located in the very heart of Corning, just steps from the shops on Market Street, in the historic 1893 former city hall.  Find out more about our building, a work of art in its own right, and how to plan a visit of your own. Plan Your Visit