This Friday, join us for our new weekly virtual Art Party. The series kicks off this Friday, March 27th as @AnoukColantoni, Rockefeller Center friend & illustrator, brings the Rockefeller Center community to life on paper. Here’s how it works: - Send us a direct message on Instagram of your pet lizard or whoever you’ve found yourself socially distancing with. - On Friday at 5pm EST., join @rockefellercenter live on Instagram, grab a drink or some snacks, settle in, and watch Anouk make illustration magic. - Following the live session, we’ll send you a digital copy of your illustration to print at home. We hope you’ll join us!
Bring Rockefeller Center to life with color! Download the coloring pages below for a fun, at home activity. You can choose between the iconic ice skating rink, the plaza featuring the colorful national flags, one of Rockefeller Center's art deco masterpieces, or color all three.
Rockefeller Center Coloring Pages
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Getting to Know New York- The Art of Rockefeller Center. This iconic complex is home to a remarkable collection of art deco motifs and sculptures signifying man’s development in spirit, science, industry, and more. Atlas, created in 1937, is a successful collaboration between two talented artists, Lee Lawrie, who conceived the idea and designed the figure, and Rene Chambellan, who modeled the heroic-sized statue from his sketch. rockefellercenter