Give your blanket, share your story, and be part of artist Marie Watt’s Blanket Stories installation The Rockwell Museum and artist Marie Watt invite you to submit a blanket that will become part of a monumental new sculpture at the Museum. Watt is requesting contributions blankets, quilts, afghans, or blanket-like cloth, in any condition. Drop off your blanket […]
If you’ve been passing through Corning’s Northside, you may have noticed a new Alley Art Project Mural in the works! The Rockwell Museum, in partnership with the High School Learning Center (HSLC) of the Corning-Painted Post Area School District is excited to finally put paint to wall for Transcendence. This is the 11th mural to […]
Visitors to The Rockwell will find an exciting new acquisition on view in the newly re-interpreted, extended Modern & Contemporary Gallery on the third floor. The acquisition of this early 20th-century painting, Oh Chichernia (Dark Eyes) by John Sloan, helps fill identified gaps in the permanent collection – mainly that of portraiture featuring women. Oh […]
The Brooklyn-based performance artist Martine Gutierrez explores the intersection of personal and collective identity, and the role that gender plays in crafting those identities. She serves as subject, artist and muse within her own ground-breaking work to examine the fluidity of gender and its effect on interpersonal relationships. “Society perpetuates rigid constructs – fabricated dichotomies […]
We’re excited to announce two important additions to The Rockwell staff from the last few months! Rockwell Members (and future members) will be hearing more from Taryn Nie, who joins the advancement department in the role of membership and grants manager. Ann Recotta joins our active education department as the new education and volunteer programs […]
May 23, 2019 Thank you to all the Rockwell Members and supporters who visited this morning for the surprise unveiling of The Rockwell’s latest acquisition – the first living artwork ever to be a part of the Museum’s collection. Sam Van Aken’s “Tree of 40 Fruit #87” is now growing in the Thomas Buechner Park, […]
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