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The Rockwell Blog: Updates From Our Staff

Rockwell Reimagined: CPP High School Student Exhibition

Posted May 7, 2021 How can we use the past to communicate ideas about the present? That’s the question students in Studio in Art B were asked for this special student exhibition that explores appropriation and activism in art. In collaboration with art teachers Wendy Brubaker, Shawn Farwell, Sharron Holland, Birgitt Wolf-King and Megan Wukovitz […]

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Member Appreciation Month 2021

Posted 4/15/2021 We are once again pleased to celebrate Member Appreciation Month this May! The continued support of our members and personal words of encouragement over the past year have been critical in evolving The Rockwell and its mission through unusual times. Thank you for sticking with us! We hope you’ll take advantage of these […]

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Introducing 2021 CPP High School IB Art Virtual Student Exhibition

In collaboration with the Corning-Painted Post High School, The Rockwell Museum presents this special virtual exhibition featuring eight students from the IB Visual Arts Diploma Programme. Under the direction of art teacher Sharron Holland, eight Higher Level (HL), two-year program students are featured in this digital presentation of their artwork. It is important to recognize […]

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Two Rockwell Staff Participate in IMLS Grant Funded Program

The Rockwell Museum is proud to announce that two staff members have been selected to participate in The Museum Association of New York’s (MANY) “Building Capacity, Creating Sustainability, Growing Accessibility” program. This IMLS Cares Act grant project is designed to help museums impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic share their collections and reach audiences who cannot […]

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Identity and the Artist: 2020 Our Lives in Mask

The Rockwell Museum collaborated with the Corning-Painted Post High School Learning Center (HSLC) and Teaching Artist Meghan O’Toole to provide an adapted version of the annual Identity and the Artist (I&A) program. This vital program is designed to foster creativity and provide an artistic outlet for students to explore aspects of their cultural and personal […]

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Introducing 2021 Theme: Environments Examined

For better or worse, 2021 has finally arrived, and The Rockwell is introducing its annual theme – Environments Examined. Today, Brian Lee Whisenhunt, executive director, explains what this means for the Museum, and for our members and visitors. What inspired the theme? The Rockwell Museum collection contains numerous works related to the landscape, from Albert […]

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Introducing 2020 Alley Art Project Mural Design

We’re excited to unveil the design for the 12th Alley Art Project mural, created in collaboration with students of the High School Learning Center (HSLC). The 2020 design was conceived and developed under the direction of Amy Ruza, youth and family programs educator, alongside artists Tori Burdick and Gigi Alvaré, former Rockwell director of education.  […]

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