Here is what you’ll see at The Rockwell Museum right now:
Upcoming | Devan Shimoyama: Untitled (For Tamir)
February 11 – May 14, 2023
On view: January 21 – June 18, 2023
Location: Special Project Gallery, Floor 2
Mothers are the figures in our lives who nurture, support, care for and love us. 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.
On view: March 18, 2022 – February 12, 2023
Location: Rockwell Museum, Floor 1
ANTIGRAVITY is an endeavor premiered in 2018 to create an annual opportunity for emerging artists. Artist Rachel Hellmann’s site-specific mural recognizes the power of the sun and our inherent need for warmth. It also recognizes our desire to be connected after a difficult year with many facing challenging social isolation.
ArtRx is a response to the state of being human in America in 2020. ArtRx started as a way to process the COVID-19 pandemic. We quickly realized that if we’re talking about the unprecedented magnitude of loss and change, the awakening of the country to systemic racism needed to be part of the conversation as well. Throughout your visit, find staff responses to collection artworks through the lens of ArtRx.
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