EAT and the 1964 World’s Fair

On Friday, May 10, Farnsworth Chief Curator Michael K. Komanecky presented a lecture in the Farnsworth auditorium which focused on not only the details of the 1964 World’s Fair, in Flushing, Queens, but in particular the NY State Pavilion and Robert Indiana’s commission to create a work of art for the building which led to […]

Rockland – The Art Capital of Maine

With two splendid museums and 20+ exceptional galleries it’s obvious why Rockland is now called the Art Capital of Maine. Rockland was recently named one of the 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in by the Smithsonian, and one of the 2 “coolest small towns in America” by Budget Travel, and received the honor of […]

The Farnsworth Pets

Janice Kasper, former Farnsworth Curator of Historic Sites In Victorian fashion the family of William A. Farnsworth considered the company of pets essential to complete a home. We know of at least three dogs connected to the Farnsworths. A small white terrier was photographed with Fannie Farnsworth in the 1860s and later, in the 1930s […]