Rotunda Gallery

NRCA Rotunda Gallery is located within New Rochelle City Hall at 515 North Ave., New Rochelle, NY 10801. Both City Hall and the Rotunda Gallery are public spaces that are accessible to all during business hours, between 8:30 am & 4 pm, weekdays.

HISTORY

The Rotunda Gallery’s inaugural exhibit was “Fabric of America,” a joint effort with the Media Loft at which over 50 quilts were displayed. Over the years the Rotunda Gallery has presented a range of shows including:

  • 2012: “Works by Alex Masket”; “The Art and Music of Christopher Brown,” a themed exhibit titled “Size Matters;” “Photography by Arthur Rothstein” and a holiday themed exhibit entitled “Cheers.”
  • 2013 : “Freedom,” a commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation; an exhibit of the 325th anniversary timeline created to celebrate the city’s history; “Bleue City;” ”Family Ties: Legacy ARTiculated.”
  • 2014 : “Hanging by a Thread,” which featured fiber art and mixed media; “Lush Life: The Art of Hilda Demsky,” “Camera’s Eye View” and “Gratitude.”
  • 2015: “#Trending: Celebrating Now,” which was part of ArtsWestchester’s 50th anniversary “ArtSee” promotion. The Rotunda Gallery also worked with the City of New Rochelle to install a new hanging system.
  • 2016: “Art a la Carte!”; “Collective Conscience: Love, Respect and Truth”; “Summer Solstice,” “The Art of the Auto: The Photography of Stephen Garnett”
  • 2017: “CommUNITY: People, Places & Perspectives”; “Up Jumped Spring,” inspired by the iconic Jazz standard written by Freddie Hubbard, it focused on the impact of Global Warming; and “Free for All.”
  • 2018: “Lift Ev’ry Voice”; “In Conversation”, featuring works by Cecelia Duncan and Judith Weber; “Richard Giglio: A Life in Art”