About Society of Illustrators
The Society of Illustrators, founded in 1901, is the oldest nonprofit organization solely dedicated to the art and appreciation of illustration in America. Prominent Society members have been Maxfield Parrish, N.C. Wyeth and Norman Rockwell, among others.
The Museum of American Illustration was established by the Society in 1981 and is located in the Society's vintage 1875 carriage house building in mid-town Manhattan. It is open to the public free of charge on Tuesday, 10 am-8 pm; Wednesday-Friday, 10 am-5 pm; and Saturday, 12-4 pm. To learn more about the Museum and the Society, visit www.societyillustrators.org.
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- January 2012 Events at Society of Illustrators
- Bill Plympton Presents Winsor McCay's 'The Flying House'
- Jillian Tamaki, Lisa Hanawalt & Eleanor Davis at S.I.
- Society of Illustrators March 2012 Special Events
- April 2012 Art Events at Society of Illustrators
- SI Shines a Light on the Art of Computer Animation
- Explore 'Ice Age' to the Digital Age Animation at SI
- May 2012 Art Events at Society of Illustrators
- June 2012 Art Events in NYC: Society of Illustrators
- Society of Illustrators Celebrates the Airforce
- Kadir Nelson's "Heart and Soul" Sept. 5-Oct. 20
- Upper East Side Museum Introduces New Fall Events
- SI Now Showing Original Children's Book Illustration
- January Lunch and Lecture Event
- APPsolute Fun Lecture
- The Pen-Ultimate Arnold Roth: 60 Years (and Counting) As a Freelance
- Visit the Society of Illustrators For the Illustrators 55 Art Exhibit
- Red Nose Studio Art Workshop: Delve into the World of Stop-Motion Animation at Society of Illustrators
- 'First 4 Years': Society of Illustrators Art Lecture Provides Inspiration for Recently Graduated Art Students