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Kendal at Home Coffee Hour: Norman Rockwell & Civil Rights
America’s beloved visual historian had a deep connection to the fight for social justice. Join Tom Daly, former curator of the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge MA as he discusses some of Rockwell’s most iconic images, the activism they inspired and their relevance today.

Thomas Daly former Curator of Education for The Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge MA. Now an Independent Curator focusing on Norman Rockwell as well as Material Culture. Daly has nearly 30 years experience as a museum professional. Thomas was raised in the Berkshires and educated in a variety of colleges in Western MA. His programs have served tens of thousands of students from pre k to graduate and beyond. He has lectured at college campuses and museums around the country about Mr. Rockwell’s work, life, and times. Large corporations as well as small historical societies have requested that he address their specialized groups with an illustrated lecture. Thomas personally crafts each of the presentations to fit the needs of the group being addressed. Using his years of experience he has gained by being in the museum education field since 1992 he hones the program to the viewer’s interest. During his 20 plus years with the Norman Rockwell Museum he had a number of different roles, all of them adding to his knowledge of the work of America’s favorite illustrator. Being a native of the area, he also has a unique view on Norman Rockwell and his art. Thomas has written many articles about Norman Rockwell and the work that Mr. Rockwell created during his nearly 70 year career as an illustrator.

Feb 12, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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