The Rockwell Blog: Updates From Our Staff

Two new pieces of Contemporary American Indian Southwestern Pottery

The Silver Dollar Society, The Rockwell Museum’s largest donor group, expands the art collection each year through acquisition. Support toward the purchase of works of art ensures that the unique collection of art is available for future generations of the region. On Friday, September 26, two new pieces of contemporary American Indian Southwestern pottery were […]

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A Journey through Stone and Bronze

Abraham Anghik Ruben incorporates his ancestry and interests into the sculptural expression of his art. Ruben seeks to convey the stories of his ancestors who have gone before him. By exploring the cultural pasts of different ethnic and racial groups, he creates an interesting interpretation of bygone eras of humanity. It is this diversity that […]

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WSKG Blogger, @LuckyMamaJ, visits our Family Exploration Studio

“We had a blast!” Lucky Mama J, or Jackie — Mom of a 3-year old energetic boy, visited The Rockwell recently and blogged about her experience.  From the Art Hunts, to the Family Exploration Studio, Jackie found a way to connect her son with The Rockwell in a way that created a lasting memory. Click […]

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Fourth of July Sales Event in The Museum Store

MADE IN AMERICA June 29 – July 6, 2014 This week, leading up to July 4, we are highlighting American-made unique items you can only find at The Rockwell Museum Store. The majority of our gifts are made in the USA, Native handmade, or Fair Trade, and displayed in our newly re-imagined store. Look for […]

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Top 6 Ways to Celebrate Independence Day at
The Rockwell

The Rockwell Museum’s unique view of America through art related to the authentic American experience + family hands-on activities makes us the place to celebrate the Fourth of July! Enjoy fun art activities, special Presidential connections in the art collection, and special summer hours (9 a.m. – 8 p.m.). TOP 6 Ways to Celebrate Independence […]

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Most Recent Acquisitions

Abraham Anghik Ruben, SculptureBirds, Animals, and Spirits, 2014, Brazilian soapstone. Clara S. Peck Fund Purchase and in-kind by artist. 2014.9 The sculpture, entitled Birds, Animals, and Spirits, is a one-of-a-kind artwork created specifically for The Rockwell Museum collection by Ruben. The 360-degree glass case invites visitors to explore the intricacies of the three-dimensional design. The artist is […]

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Now Open at The Rockwell – Family Exploration Studio

A family visit to The Rockwell Museum now includes drop-in play in the new Family Exploration Studio. In this interactive space, visitors of all ages can drop-in and draw, perform a puppet show, build with blocks, match the tiles in a pottery demo, and read together in the book nook. As always, kids and teens […]

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Sherman Alexie, March 4th at 7:30 p.m.

The Rockwell Museum is thrilled to announce that the Sherman Alexie program has been rescheduled and will take place on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. at The Corning Museum of Glass auditorium. Purchased tickets for the original program will be honored for the new date. The event is currently sold out, however it […]

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Frowning Cliff, Watkins Glen New York

The Rockwell Museum is proud to present a beautiful painting from the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, New York. This is a great opportunity to see an iconic painting of an area in Watkins Glen State known as Frowning Cliff. Now that the Park is closed for the season, come see what you are missing. […]

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