We use art to educate and entertain people of all ages and interests. From lectures by leading scholars to arts education for children and their parents, our programs are recognized for being innovative and thought-provoking.

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  • March 23

    Smithsonian Speaker Series: Dismantling Diversity in Museums

    Smithsonian Speaker Series presents Adriel Luis, Curator of Digital and Emerging Media at the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center.
  • March 31

    Urban Arts Crawl: Meet Andy Warhol

    The Rockwell gets theatrical for March with a short play by Corning Community College Students featuring Rockwell artwork brought to life!
  • April 6

    Art Explorers’ Story Hour:
    Muddy Tales + Clay Play

    Children’s Librarian Sue McConnell will read Dirty Gert by Tedd Arnold. Then, explore and socialize as kiddos learn to mold and shape mud with a very special Clay Play project!
  • April 6

    Smithsonian Speaker Series: First Voice, Latino Representation at the Smithsonian

    Smithsonian Speaker Series presents Eduardo Díaz, Executive Director at the Smithsonian Latino Center.
  • April 7

    Earthscapes Art Workshop for Kids: Session I

    For this workshops, youths will use The Rockwell’s iconic landscape paintings as inspiration for an “Earthscape” creations. Artwork will be kiln fired and exhibited at the Southeast Steuben County Library to complement the Summer Reading Program theme, “Build a Better World.”
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    Smithsonian Speakers

    This program season at The Rockwell brings a series of exhibitions and special programs centered on the ever-changing and complex American experience. As the only conduit to Smithsonian resources in Upstate NY, we are excited to not only bring you nationally relevant topics to a local stage, but just as thrilled to present nationally renowned experts from the Smithsonian network.

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