Parties & Openings
August 22 - W. Stockbridge
Panorama Opens At Six Depot
August 21 - G. Barrington
Makeup, Martinis & Moustaches
August 15 - Monterey
Hats Off To Bidwell House
Norman Rockwell Celebrates Opening of Ice Age to Digital Age
Now through October 31, the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, has put nostalgia on ice and is reaching back to prehistory for it’s summer exhibition, “Ice Age” To The Digital Age: The 3D Animation Art of Blue Sky Studios. Chris Wedge (far left) and Peter de Sève, who head the Greenwich, CT.-based animation studio that did the Ice Age movies, as well as the current hit Rio, have collaborated with the curators at the museum on an interactive installation that examines the development of each character and/or scene from sketch, through clay maquette, to full-blown 3-D animation. Throughout the season, NRM will offer related lectures and animation workshops. On Friday, June 10, supporters of the NRM gathered in the garden at Linwood to celebrate the opening of the exhibition and to meet the Blue Sky Studios team.
Brian Corcoran and Elizabeth McCann; Ani Shaker, Bea Kiggen, Addie Kiggen, and Jamie Kiggen
Rhee Kasky, Corry Kanzenberg, a curator at NRM, Laurie Norton Moffatt, Director and CEO of NRM, and Bill Cohn; Scarlet Patti-Marin and Alexander Marin
Sienna Patti and Leo Quiles; NRM board chair Thomas Palling and Peter de Sève
Tim McCann, Jr. and Catherine McCann; Victoria Adams and Perri Petricca
Caity Delphia and Kipp Lynch; Chris Wedge and Christina Witoshkin, both with Blue Sky Studios.
Dave Comalli and Terrie Comalli; Debbie Wojtaszek and Jim Wojtaszek
Dick Gershon and Monique Gershon; Florence Minor and NRM Trustee Wendall Minor
Howard Branston and Melanie Brandston; Hunter Runnette, Nancy Kalodner, and Lucy Holland, an NRM Trustee
Jo Cogan and Nick Cogan; Norman Reich, Beverly Reich, and Randall Pete de Sève
Nancy Fitzpatrick and Lincoln Russell; Corry Kanzenberg and Terry Smith, COO of NRM.
Fashion highlights: Nancy Fitzpatrick‘s (above) vintage bottle-cap shoulder bag was a gift from her mother, and Phyllis Sandrew got her news-clips jacket at a flea market in Florida; with Alison Atlas.