A trip up the Rocky Steps is a must-do on a Philadelphia visit, but what makes that so? Here’s your chance to hear the story of how the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art got so famous from the people who made them that way!
“The Rise of the Rocky Steps” Features ROCKY Sculptor A. Thomas Schomberg, Steadicam Inventor Garrett Brown, Film Office Executive Director Sharon Pinkenson, and “Rocky Stories” Author Michael Vitez.
Sign up on our website for dates and times for our FREE gallery open houses. Located in Denver, Colorado, our gallery is the current home of the 3rd and final ROCKY Monumental statue, ROCKY statue history and information, as well as other works by the artist, A. Thomas Schomberg. These open houses will be free, but by invitation only. Sign up today!
See a video presentation on the exceptional contributions of the American Indian and Native Alaskan veterans. The American Indian and Native Alaskan Veterans Memorial will be the first national monument to honor these sacrifices, with the proposed monument, THE GIFT, by A. Thomas Schomberg.
Sylvester Stallone introduced the character of boxer Rocky Balboa in 1976. Now, all these years later, Stallone is about to appear on screen as Rocky for the SEVENTH time. CBS Sunday Morning profiled the actor at the Philadelphia Museum of Art - at the famous steps and the ROCKY Statue!