Drawing Life with Noa Denmon



Norman Rockwell Museum (9 MA-183, Stockbridge, MA 01262, Stockbridge MA)



Single Episode: $5
Full series: $50 (12 episodes)
New Online Series
Drawing Life
with American Illustrators
from Norman Rockwell’s Studio
Drawing Life with Noa Denmon 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.



Noa Denmon is an award winning illustrator who has worked with clients such as The New York Times, Google, Penguin and Macmillan Publishers.
She won a Caldecott Honor Award in 2020 for her debut children’s book A Place Inside of Me which tells the story of a boy who reckons with his identity as a black child in a world of pain.
She loves to uplift and depict the stories of the underrepresented, and hopes to create work that displays humanity in all of its differences.
Visit noadenmon.com for additional information.