This asynchronous learning module is designed to familiarize people with some of the work of Norman Rockwell and is designed to be explored prior to the January 19, 2023 I.D.E.A. Inclusion, Diversity, Equity in the Arts workshop featuring Maggie Meiners and her exhibition “Revisiting Rockwell.”
Registration for the 1/19/23 I.D.E.A. workshop is FREE

NOTE: Students are welcome to participate in elements of this asynchronous lesson
and attend the 1/19/23 I.D.E.A. workshop.

Norman Rockwell – Born February 3, 1894 – died November 8, 1978 was an American illustrator and painter who is well known for his works which offer a timely reflection of U.S. culture. Among other works, Rockwell produced a series of cover illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post and Look magazines, often depicting scenes from “everyday life.” Among the best-known of Rockwell’s works are the Four Freedoms series. read more at wikipedia

Graduate Credit

Teachers who are engaging with this asynchronous unit, who plan to participate in the web series course and pursue graduate credit through Lindenwood University will be expected to view the videos, review the content on the website listed and complete the form below.

Note: (as of Dec. 2022) The syllabus and course approval process is not yet complete but work is in progress to offer 3 hours of graduate credit (36 clock hours) for MAAE’s professional learning workshop series scheduled throughout the 2023 calendar year. There will be a fee for these graduate credit hours. Details will be shared at a later date. If you have questions, contact

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Don’t miss Gallery 210 featuring Chicago artist Maggie Meiners’ ‘Revisiting Rockwell’