FriNov 9, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Presents Paintings in Song—The Four Freedoms

Norman Rockwell Museum will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms with the musical performance Paintings in Song, to be held at the Museum on Saturday, November 24, starting at 5:30 p.m. Inspired by Norman Rockwell’s art, Paintings in Song is being performed by choral ensemble Crescendo, led by artistic director Christine Gevert and Berkshire-based composer John Myers.

FriNov 2, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum To Screen Jarvis Rockwell Documentary

Norman Rockwell Museum will present a screening of Jarvis Rockwell, a recently completed documentary about Norman Rockwell’s eldest son, on Friday, November 9, starting at 5:30 p.m. Produced by Massachusetts filmmakers Rachel Victor and Loren S. Miller, the film traces the artistic journey of Jarvis Rockwell, exploring his complicated family life and passion for action figures, which have become essential symbolic elements in his work.

ThuNov 1, 2018

Frank E. Schoonover: American Visions opens November 10

This fall and winter, the Norman Rockwell Museum explores the art of adventure through the work of celebrated illustrator Frank E. Schoonover (1877–1972). With more than 80 original works, Frank E. Schoonover: American Visions will trace the creative journey and eventful life of this influential Golden Age illustrator, one whose vivid, dynamic work was deeply informed by his own numerous wilderness voyages, undertaken to fulfill his belief that artists should live what they paint—an adage often repeated by his noted teacher, acclaimed illustrator Howard Pyle (1853–1911).

TueOct 30, 2018

Fantasy Illustrator Mark Romanoski To Speak at Norman Rockwell Museum

As part of its "Inspired By Rockwell" lecture series, Norman Rockwell Museum will present a talk with illustrator Mark Romanoski on Saturday, November 10, starting at 5 p.m. A renowned fantasy illustrator, Ramonoski has created artworks for such high-profile clients as Magic: The Gathering, The World of War-Craft, and the World Wrestling Federation.

FriOct 26, 2018

All Bases Covered

Whether you're a Red Sox or Dodgers fan, we've got you covered during this World Series weekend. Visit our exhibition of all 323 of Norman Rockwell's Saturday Evening Post covers, and look classic Rockwell baseball illustrations.

MonOct 22, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Explores Stockbridge Cemetery on October 25

Norman Rockwell Museum will present a walking history tour of Stockbridge Cemetery on Thursday, October 25, starting at 5 p.m. The Museum’s Curator of Education Tom Daly will lead the tour, which looks at the burial sites of such luminaries as Norman Rockwell, Elizabeth Freeman, the Sedgwick Family, and other notable town residents.

SunOct 21, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Announces Call for Papers for Rockwell Center Symposium

Norman Rockwell Museum’s Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies and the D.B. Dowd Modern Graphic History Library at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, announce a call for proposals for "Illustration Across Media: Nineteenth Century to Now," a symposium to be held at Washington University from March 21 through 23, 2019. The deadline for proposals is November 1, 2018.

WedOct 17, 2018

Scratchboard Illustrator Bri Hermanson To Speak at Norman Rockwell Museum

As part of its “Inspired By Rockwell” lecture series, Norman Rockwell Museum will present a talk with illustrator Bri Hermanson on Saturday, October 20, starting at 5 p.m. A renowned scratchboard illustrator, Hermanson’s work can be seen in the Museum’s current traveling exhibition Reimagining The Four Freedoms

WedOct 17, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Presents Making a Scene: Digital Painting with Adobe Photoshop

Norman Rockwell Museum will present a digital painting workshop on Saturday, October 20, from 1 to 3 p.m. Gaming artist and Museum educator Patrick O’Donnell will explore the step-by-step process used in creating digital artworks in Adobe Photoshop.

WedOct 10, 2018

Making Meaning of Illustration

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.

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