Drawing Life with Liza Donnelly
Norman Rockwell Museum (9 MA-183, Stockbridge, MA 01262, Stockbridge MA)
Single Episode: $5
Full series: $50 (12 episodes)
New Online Series
with American Illustrators
from Norman Rockwell’s Studio
Drawing Life with Liza Donnelly from Norman Rockwell’s Studio
Air Date: October 20, 2022
An hour-long program of sketching and conversation about creative expression, the power of persuasion, and the people’s art.
Wonder. Storytelling. Human Connection. From a converted carriage barn on South Street in Stockbridge, MA, Norman Rockwell painted his way into the hearts and lives of people around the world. In this Studio—his last and “best yet”—Rockwell’s imaginative artistry established a legacy of creativity that continues to inspire artists and visitors alike. Today, illustration art is everywhere: books and graphic novels, editorials and advertising, video games and the metaverse, posters, comics, clothing, and tattoos.
This monthly series of on-demand programs features leading illustrators from across the United States demonstrating their craft and discussing ways in which published illustration reflects and shapes society, and advances social good.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Liza Donnelly is a writer and award-winning cartoonist with The New Yorker Magazine, where she has been drawing cartoons and writing about culture and politics for forty years. She has contributed to CBS News and CNN, creating political cartoons as well as live-drawing special cultural and political events. Donnelly writes and draws for The New York Times and CNN Opinion pages and the Washington Post. Liza is also a screenwriter, working on her third feature and currently pitching a documentary.
Donnelly delivered a very popular TED talk, which was translated into 40 languages and viewed over 1.4 million times. She is a return speaker at SXSW, has delivered talks at the United Nations in New York and Geneva, The New Yorker Festival, five TEDxes (most recently in Charlottesville, Virginia), universities, NGOs and corporate venues in the US and abroad. Donnelly has been a Cultural Envoy for the US State Department, traveling around the world to speak about freedom of speech, cartoons and women’s rights.
Visit lizadonnelly.com for additional information.
Photo by Elena Russini