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KIDS ROCKWELL will be open open daily 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. through April 29.

Museum From Home

During the COVID-19 pandemic and shutdown of 2020 and beyond, The Rockwell created many online resources for parents and educators teaching remotely, or looking for extra activities to keep young minds and hands active. We hope they continue to be of use!

Virtual School Tours

We converted several of our most popular school tours into virtual learning resources for teachers and families! Find video tours, supplemental art projects and expert resources for a complete lesson plan.

Virtual School Tours
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Rockwell Paper Scissors is a blog series featuring easy at-home art projects that can be replicated at home using simple household materials. Some of our most popular include:

2 Printmaking Projects You Can Do at Home

Paper Bag Lanterns

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Art From Home Blog Series

Art-making and creative play are proven mood boosters for children and adults alike. This blog series by museum educator Kate Swanson offers some tips and tricks for incorporating art into your new routines.

Art From Home 101

STEM to STEAM: Why the A Matters

Diversity in Teaching Art

Creating, Creativity, Creative Play


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Child's Beaded Cap, Artist uknown

Catalogue Number 2017.10.8

Collection Inspired Crossword Puzzles

Suggested for ages 13+  (or for those who enjoy a challenge)

To find the answers to these crossword clues, open eMuseum and select the “groups” tab. Explore the group or gallery with the same name, then read descriptions and explore the artworks to find the answers. Have fun!




Thank you

Educational programs at The Rockwell Museum are made possible in part by Community Foundation of Elmira Corning and the Finger Lakes and the New York State Council on the Arts with support from the office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.