- Associated Press - Sunday, January 10, 2016

CORNING, N.Y. (AP) - An upstate New York museum says it will undergo a top-to-bottom transformation in its 40th year.

The Rockwell in Corning says it will reinstall every gallery in 2016, create a new visitor check-in area, revitalize the museum store and curate a new introductory gallery that explains the museum’s origins.

The Rockwell collection includes American paintings and drawings, Native American objects, modern and contemporary art, photography, arms and armor and features works by celebrated western artists.

The museum recently announced a new affiliation with the Smithsonian.

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