New Rochelle offers outrageous art

March 10, 2013 by  

The Annual Thea Eichler Members’ Exhibition and Variety Show is being presented by The New Rochelle Council of the Arts (NRCA) throughout the entire month of March.

The show and exhibition affords members of the NRCA an opportunity to display their works of common motif in reverence of a Founding Member.

Since April 8, 1975, the NRCA has been serving New Rochelle. Its mission is to inspire and encourage the education and demonstration of the performing and fine arts, thus gaining the community’s interest and participation. This is illustrated by their support of a substantial number of exhibitions, film screenings, plays, musicals, dance recitals, and lectures.

The community library is the heart New Rochelle. By offering an extraordinary selection of activities, programs, and the Ossie Davis Theater’s monthly concerts, this library leaves no stone unturned. As well as an extensive collection of children’s books, there is also a charming and quaint park called ‘the Library Green’, complete with benches and a grassy knoll where children can play while adults relax and enjoy nature. The library frequently arranges book discussions, computer classes, arts and crafts seminars, book sales, film screenings, and book signings. There are a number of preschool programs and homework assistance opportunities for children and teenagers.

The Exhibition and Show take place at the New Rochelle Community Library daily from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Admission is free of charge. For more information, please visit the website, where there is an online flyer and banner printing to view, or call 914-235-9027.

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