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Rockwell Visitors

Triple Self-Portrait - Cover illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, February 13, 1960 ©1960: SEPS Norman Rockwell Museum Collection

Visitors in Gallery 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Endowment for the ArtsAmerican Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell traces the evolution of Rockwell’s art and iconography throughout his career – from carefully choreographed reflections on childhood innocence in such paintings as "Day in the Life of a Little Girl" (1952) to powerful, consciousness-raising images like "The Problem We All Live With" (1964), documenting the traumatic realities of desegregation in the South.  Rockwell’s artistic contributions and the impact of his images on American popular culture are explored within the context of his life and times.

 

 

 

CHIEF CURATOR TOURS ON FINAL DAY OF EXHIBITION

Monday, May 26

Take a tour of the exhibition with the Museum's Chief Curator, Ulysses Grant Dietz, and hear the stories behind the images.

 

Meet outside the main Museum Shop: 12:30 pm  * 1:30 pm * 2:30 pm * 3:30 pm

Limited to 30 participants; available on a first-come basis and requires special Rockwell exhibition ticket.

 

Watch Museum Chief Curator Ulysses Dietz guide a Curator’s Choice of American Chronicles on THIRTEEN's NYC-Arts

 

 

20% off Rockwell Framed Prints

During the final weekend, Saturday-Monday, May 24-26, visitors can enjoy 20% off all Rockwell framed prints in the Museum Shop.

 

 

 

Exhibition admission ticket required:

Adults $15; Children, Veterans, Seniors and Students with valid ID $10; Newark residents $5.  MEMBERS: FREE

 

Purchase tickets on site Wednesday-Sunday, noon-5 pm, or online in advance.  Note the Museum closes at 5 pm. 

 

 

Final opportunity to see American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell:

PLEASE NOTE: the Museum will be open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26. 

 

 

 

SMARTPHONE TOURS

Free smartphone tour available.  Simply type nmtours.org into your smartphone.  Must bring your own headphones.

 

 

 

TRAIN STATION SHUTTLE SERVICE

Complimentary Shuttle Service will be provided on Saturdays & Sundays, noon-5 pm (every 20 minutes) from Newark Penn Station and Broad Street Station, courtesy of Prudential.  Shuttle also available Memorial Day, Monday, May 26.

 

Newark Penn StationPrudential Shuttle Broad Street

 

PARKING & DINING

For information about area PARKING: Click here 

 

In addition to the Museum Cafè, there are many eateries within walking distance of the Museum. 

For information about area DINING: Click here 

 

 

 

American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell has been organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.  American Chronicles has been made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, American Masterpieces Program.  Publication support has been provided by the Henry Luce Foundation.  Media sponsorship has been provided by the Curtis Publishing Company and by the Norman Rockwell Family Agency.  Conservation support has been provided by the Stockman Family Foundation.

 

The Newark Museum presentation of this exhibition is made possible by:

Bank of America


 


Major support provided by:   Estate of Theodore U. Horger

 

                                            The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation 

 


Additional support by an anonymous donor, Arlene and Len Lieberman, Lipper Advisory Services, United, New Jersey Council for the Humanities, the Greater Newark Convention & Visitors Bureau, Division of Travel & Tourism - NJ Department of State, and the Newark Museum Volunteer Organization.

 

Special thanks to:

 


New Jersey Council For The HumanitiesUnitedAudibleAmtrakNew Jersey Division of Travel & TourismWNYCNewark HappeningStar Ledger / nj.com

 

 

Supported in part by a grant from New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. 

 

American Chronicles was also made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendation in this exhibition, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.

 


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