In Walnut Creek, Calif., a young mother walks into the library and finds a refuge. Yuyi Morales came with her young son Kelly from Mexico to the Bay Area, where his father's family lived. "Migrantes, [...]
Woodstock to the Moon: 1969 Illustrated Opens June 8, 2019
Exhibition explores how illustrators portrayed the changing times at the end of the 1960's while commemorating the year of the Museum’s founding
American illustration is an exciting and popular field with tremendous cultural significance, yet paradoxically, one with an image problem. “Illustration,” defined broadly, lacks the centrality and heuristic coherence that the related field of fine art painting has. Partly because of this fact, the endeavor has had difficulty acquiring legitimacy.
Thoughts on Illustration from the Rockwell Center Society of Fellows A Blog Series Introduction Featured weekly in this month, a series of blog posts by Rockwell Center Society of Fellows scholars offer insights into illustration [...]
Forbes Magazine has recently highlighted the work that Norman Rockwell Museum is doing to promote neurodiversity. Often defined as the idea that neurological differences such as autism and ADHD are to be recognized and respected as normal human variation, the article looks at the Museum's partnership with the College Internship Program.