News 2018-03-03T14:19:53+00:00




MonMar 5, 2018

Artist Tony DiTerlizzi To Present Talk on Fantasy Illustration at Norman Rockwell Museum

As part of its Picturing The Fantastical series, Norman Rockwell Museum will present an evening lecture with illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi on Saturday, April 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. Known for his successful book series The Spiderwick Chronicles, DiTerlizzi is the subject of Norman Rockwell Museum's current exhibition Never Abandon Imagination: The Fantastical Art of Tony DiTerlizzi.

SunMar 4, 2018

Fantasy Artist Donato Giancola To Present Talk on Illustration Business at Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell Museum will present an evening lecture with illustrator Donato Giancola on Saturday, April 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. A painter of fantasy themes, known for his work for Magic: The Gathering, Giancola will discuss the background, education, and milestones that have advanced his fan-to-professional career, and offer observations about life as an in-demand working illustrator today.

ThuFeb 22, 2018

Illustrator Lisa Cyr to Present Journaling Workshop for Artists and Writers at Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell Museum will present the workshop Just Imagine: Creative Storytelling in Journals and Sketchbooks at Norman Rockwell on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lead by award-winning illustrator Lisa Cyr, this hands-on workshop will focus on the development of personal content through journaling and sketching in handmade and custom-altered books.

WedFeb 21, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Appoints Ellen Spear as New Chief Philanthropy Officer

The Norman Rockwell Museum today announced the appointment of Ellen Spear, currently President/CEO of Heritage Museums & Gardens, in Sandwich, Massachusetts, as the Rockwell Museum's new Chief Philanthropy Officer. Ms. Spear will officially join Norman Rockwell Museum over the summer, assuming a newly created senior-level position to lead the Museum's development efforts at a pivotal time of growth.

TueFeb 20, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum and “Berkshire Magazine” Present An Evening with Photographer Susan Copich

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Norman Rockwell Museum will team up with Berkshire Magazine to present an evening with award-winning photographer Susan Copich on Thursday, March 8, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Copich is an award-winning photographer known for her 2014 conceptual series "Domestic Bliss," which gave voice to an inner "darkness" while examining family life in a humorous context.

FriFeb 16, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum and First Congregational Church, UCC, Stockbridge, Announce Agreement to Explore Feasibility for Adaptive Reuse of Old Stockbridge Town Hall

Norman Rockwell Museum and the First Congregational Church, UCC announced Tuesday, February 13, that they have entered into an agreement that allows the Museum to conduct due diligence and explore the feasibility of acquiring the old Stockbridge Town Hall building for future Museum expansion.

SunJan 28, 2018

FAQs regarding the Berkshire Museum’s proposed sale of two paintings by Norman Rockwell

Berkshire Museum (located in Pittsfield, MA) plans to sell 40 works of art, including two Norman Rockwell paintings, which were originally gifted to the Berkshire Museum directly by Norman Rockwell for the education and enjoyment of the community. Norman Rockwell Museum is not involved with the planned sale.

FriJan 26, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Presents 32nd Annual Berkshire County High School Art Show

In celebration of Norman Rockwell’s birthday and the creativity of youth, Norman Rockwell Museum is proud to present the 32nd anniversary of the Berkshire County High School Art Show, with a special exhibition opening to be held at the Museum on Saturday, February 3, from 2 to 4 p.m.

WedJan 24, 2018

Norman Rockwell Museum Presents “Gloria Stoll Karn: Pulp Romance”

Norman Rockwell Museum presents Gloria Stoll Karn: Pulp Romance, an exhibition of works by Ms. Stoll Karn, one of just a few female illustrators working during the heyday of popular romance and dime store magazines of the 1940s. On view at the Museum from February 10 through June 10, 2018, the exhibition will look at the artistic contributions that Stoll Karn made to the pulp fiction industry, and her unexpected journey in a world previously assigned to male artists.

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