Our programs are ideal for libraries, historical societies, garden clubs, docent and volunteer trainings, in addition to assisted living and retirement communities.
We have five programs featuring different aspects of the work of "America's Favorite Illustrator," Norman Rockwell.
An introduction to the artist and his heartwarming and humorous paintings.
The artist who helped define American culture paints the Civil Rights era.
What happens when an artist known for his use of humor tackles the serious subject of war?
How did Rockwell explore the world of fine art in his paintings for middle class Americans?
Delightful Rockwell pictures images of holiday traditions and celebrations.
We have 40 programs in our extended catalog and they can be presented as stand alone programs or as part of a series based on a wide variety of topics and themes.
Women artists who have broken the mold.
The life, work and tragic death of one of the world's most beloved artists.
Artists that have loved, inspired and competed with each other throughout history.
The defining works of America's favorite architect with an in-depth look at NH's Zimmerman House.
How did the Renaissance Man make the most famous ceiling in the world?
A look at the masterful nineteenth-century artist and his celebrated Grand Manner portraits.
From the bustling city to beaches of Cape Cod, Hopper’s paintings capture a feeling of quiet tension.
A look at the most brazen criminal acts in the art world.
What is distinctive about the art made in the 603?