Whether you’re the “stay at home” or “adventurous” type, there’s nothing like a visit to Norman Rockwell Museum, where there’s always something new to see!
Norman Rockwell Museum presents the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art, including beloved paintings from The Saturday Evening Post and the Four Freedoms, and the best in the field of American illustration. Experience Rockwell’s art, life and legacy in the artist’s picturesque New England hometown of Stockbridge, Massachusetts nestled in the culturally rich Berkshires.
In conjunction with its current exhibition, “The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator,” Norman Rockwell Museum will present the lecture, “Inside Hopper’s World: A Contemporary Painter’s View,” on Thursday, July 31, starting at 5:30 p.m. Painter Philip Koch will discuss Edward Hopper’s life on Cape Cod and take a comparative look at the artist’s paintings and illustrations. Koch is a Senior Professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art and, since 1983, has had repeated residencies at Hopper’s studio in Truro, Massachusetts, where the realist master worked for thirty years.
Looking to get creative this summer vacation? Enjoy children’s art workshops held both inside and outside at Norman Rockwell Museum.
Summer Sketch Club
Tuesdays, July 8 through August 26
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.; ages 7 and up
Creating Together: A Parent-Child Experience
Wednesdays, July 9-August 27
On this date back in 1882, Edward Hopper (July 22, 1882-May 15, 1967) was born in Nyack, New York. Don’t miss Norman Rockwell Museum’s current exhibition, “The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator,” which explores this little-known aspect of the realist master’s career; a gallery tour of the exhibition is planned for Tuesday, July 22, at 1:30 p.m., and an evening lecture with Hopper scholar, Gail Levin, Ph.D., will be held on Thursday, July 24, starting at 5:30 p.m.
Gail Levin, Ph.D., the acknowledged authority on American realist painter Edward Hopper, will present a talk about the artist at Norman Rockwell Museum on Thursday, July 24, starting at 5:30 p.m. The evening lecture is presented as part of the series, “Impossible Craft: The Artist’s Biography,” to be held at the Museum during the month of July.