Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery - Iona Council on the Arts 665 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 The Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery is housed in the Iona Arts Center and features work by students and local artists.…More Past exhibits include "From Africa to America," "The Micro-Sculpture of Dalton Ghetti," "Street Legal - Gratiffyti: Seslow & Borbay on Canvas" and "The Color of the Tradition: Herencia Milenaria." For upcoming exhibit information, call the number provided.
Parish House Performing Arts Center 311 Huguenot St, New Rochelle, NY10801 The Parish House Performing Arts Center (PAC) is a theater venue with a 200-person capacity. The building features…More dressing rooms and VIP parking and offers catering services. The center hosts theater productions, concerts and art exhibits throughout the year.
New Rochelle Council on the Arts 515 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 The New Rochelle Council on the Arts is based on North Avenue in New Rochelle. It was formed more than 25 years ago to…More encourage the study and presentation of the performing and fine arts within the community. The Council is led by a board of directors and hosts a variety of events including theater productions, concerts, art exhibitions, screenings, lectures and many other types of cultural activities. Membership rates vary; check the website for full details.
NRCA Rotunda Gallery at New Rochelle City Hall 515 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 The NRCA Rotunda Gallery at New Rochelle City Hall is an art gallery on the first floor of City Hall. A program of the…More New Rochelle Council on the Arts, the gallery showcases local, regional and national artists. It features new and different exhibitions throughout the year and hosts events, receptions and performances regularly.
Media Loft 50 Webster Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 Established in 1983 at 50 Webster Avenue, Media Loft offers a community art environment which provides artists…More affordable space to live and work. Media Loft is home to an on-site gallery that exhibits both upcoming and established artists, and was converted to an Artists in Residence Condominium in 2003. For more information, be sure to contact Judith Weber at <a href="http://www.medialoftarts.com/">www.medialoftarts.com</a>.