Space Invaders

by Shasti O’Leary Soudant

This site-specific installation alludes to the insidious and invasive nature of modern surveillance implemented through our online social media interactions and business transactions that take place in “The Cloud.”

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On view through June 18, 2023

This selection of works from the permanent collection embraces the many definitions of mother figures and family, exploring how a community can fulfill needs, serve as surrogates and function as role models and teachers.

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

Plan Your Visit

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 details on pricing, parking, tours, accommodations and anything else you need to plan a visit to The Rockwell.


Upcoming Events

  • June 1

    Celebrate Pride with The Rockwell

    Daily, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. | Pride activities offered throughout the month, June 1 - 30

    Celebrate Pride with The Rockwell Museum during the month of June. Participate in the Corning and worldwide celebration of the LGBTQ+ community by engaging with art and arts experiences.

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  • June 10

    SoFLX Pride Festival at Riverfront Centennial Park

    Noon - 4 p.m. | Free

    Visit The Rockwell's station to screenprint a rainbow hero-themed image onto swag.

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  • Collage of different artworks by Yen Ospina.
    June 16

    Yen Ospina Exhibition Opening | Art Lab Grown-Ups’ Night Out

    5 - 7 p.m. | Open to the public

    Join us for an adult's night out at the Kids Rockwell Art Lab! Enjoy tasty bites and drinks as you learn more about artist Yen Ospina’s latest installation, We Are Made of Star Stuff, at the Art Lab.

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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