Events

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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  • April 28

    Urban Arts Crawl: CCC Theater Encore Performance

    The Crawl gets theatrical for April with an encore performance by Corning Community College Students!
  • May 1

    Two-Part Clay Class: Animated Vessels

    Using pinch pots and support forms, participants will have the opportunity to make animated vessels that incorporate expressive features inspired by animals.
  • May 4

    Art Explorers’ Story Hour: Campfire Tales

    Children’s Librarian Sue McConnell will read A Night on the Range by Aaron Frisch. Then, explore and socialize with NEW Art Hunts and gallery activities for youth, created fresh each month in connection with the book theme.
  • May 4

    Exhibition Opening Reception:
    Western Door, Salt Sacks and Three Sisters

    This summer at The Rockwell, explore the histories and memories tied to humble household objects - blankets. How can a simple blanket ignite conversations? What memories are held in the folds? How can fabric tie an individual to the community at large, or to a place and time? Be the first to see this incredible sculpture at the exhibition opening reception with artist Marie Watt.
  • May 5

    Earthscapes Art Workshop for Kids: Session II

    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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    Three unique ways to see Seneca Native Artist and Proto–feminist Marie Watt in Corning

    Marie Watt is an American artist, drawing her inspiration from history, biography, Seneca proto-feminism, addressing the interaction of the arc of history with the intimacy of memory.

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