The NRCA Rotunda Gallery invites artists working in all media to submit entries for “SEE ME! A Celebration of LGBTQ Life.” The exhibition will celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month and feature the aesthetic sensibility of the queer community and their continuing struggle for freedom and equality. This is a virtual exhibit and entries are photographic and must be submitted as jpegs with a resolution of 300 dpi or higher. (The quality of the photographs must be absolutely clear. Photographic images that do not meet the guidelines will not be considered.)
The entry deadline is Monday, May 18th at 12 Midnight. Selected artists will be contacted on Wednesday, May 20th. The exhibit will run from June st to June 30th. For details email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The NRCA Rotunda Gallery is located at New Rochelle City Hall , 515 North Avenue in New Rochelle. Created in 2012, the Rotunda Gallery takes advantage of City Hall’s spacious atrium to create opportunities for a broad range of visual arts to be seen on a regular basis. The Rotunda Gallery exhibits are curated by NRCA’s Rotunda Gallery committee, which determines the themes of the exhibits, issues “Calls for Artists”, hangs the submitted works and hosts receptions. Current committee members include chairperson Linda Tarrant-Reid, Barbara Bock, Cynthia Reid, Billie Tucker and Judith Weber.
The New Rochelle Council on the Arts (NRCA) was created by the New Rochelle City Council in 1975 to stimulate and encourage the study and presentation of the performing and fine arts.For more information visit the NRCA website www.newrochellearts.org NRCA’s programs are made possible, in part, by ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County Government, the City of New Rochelle, and the support and participation of NRCA’s membership.
About New Rochelle Council on the Arts
The New Rochelle Council on the Arts mission is to stimulate and encourage the study and presentation of the performing and fine arts and the public\’s interest and participation therein. It has been exemplified by our sponsorship of a vast number of exhibitions, theatrical productions, dance recitals, film screenings, lectures, and concert series. To create opportunities for the public to encounter and explore art and increase access to the arts in New Rochelle.
NRCA has been in existence for nearly 40 years — it was created by a resolution adopted by the New Rochelle City Council on April 8, 1975. Our mission is to stimulate and encourage the study and presentation of the performing and fine arts and the public’s interest and participation therein. This is exemplified by our sponsorship of a vast number of exhibitions, theatrical productions, dance recitals, film screenings, lectures, and concert series.