Virtual Program: Norman Rockwell: Inclusion, Exclusion, and Evolving Views on Race

Monday, January 256:30—8:00 PMOtherCommunity LocationsOffsite - Please see description for address, Groveland, MA, 01834

In celebration of Martin L. King Day, we hope you will  join us for this special Zoom program with Jane Oneail of Culturally Curious. Norman Rockwell is heralded for depicting and defining  American life.  He often captured bittersweet images of people experiencing universal and relatable feelings of being left out or left behind. Yes, as an artist working in the 20th Century, his works are curiously devoid of America's rich cultural and racial diversity. Towards the end of his career, Rockwell painted several poignant works about race in America that can be seen as an extension of his earlier sense of the power of inclusion and exclusion. 

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Image information: By original uploader User:Jengod, Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=601019

Capacity: 73 of 100 spaces available.

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