On Thursday, January 10, at 2 p.m., Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland will present a panel discussion entitled “Andrew Wyeth in Rockland: Our World.” The discussion will include members of the Rockland Historical Society and the Wyeth Study Center. It will take place in the Farnsworth auditorium and is free with museum admission. The discussion will be about Rockland history viewed through Andrew Wyeth’s watercolors 

in the Andrew Wyeth in Rockland exhibition, which is on view at the Farnsworth through February 17. The Wyeth Study Center collaborated with the Rockland Historical Society for the exhibition. In addition to assisting with exhibition research and fact-checking, the members of the Historical Society told many stories that led to actual Rockland voices being incorporated into the exhibition. The oral histories offer unique, local insights. The snow date for the program is Friday, January 11. Seating is limited; to register, visit www.farnsworthmuseum.org.