March

Display Cases: Irish History Month: Bagpipes & Bagpipers
Bagpipes & Bagpipers celebrates this distinctly Irish musical instrument and the musicians who bring it to life. Special thanks to Tom Piderit and Glor na nGael Pipes and Drums of Lynbrook and Rockville Centre who made this display possible. See their website: www.glornangael.com.

Lower Concourse Gallery: Trying to See the Inside: Photography by Richard Hillman
Richard Hillman studied art at the Arts High School and the School of Fine and Industrial Arts in Newark as well as the Art Students League of New York. He also studied privately with renowned illustrator, Irving Doctor. Mr. Hillman co-owned Mercer Street Design Works Studio, was a graphic designer for the City of Newark and later taught art at the prestigious Newark Museum. Richard Hillman works in a variety of media from illustration, to leather work, to photography to sculpture. He has lived in California, Nevada, New Mexico and presently lives in Roslyn Heights, NY.

Trying to See Inside
We watch them, but do we truly see them?
In this photo collection, I attempt to show you what I have seen – what my eyes have seen, what my camera has seen.
Please share a glimpse inside these subjects that I have captured in a snap of a shot; at a point of time. See with me, inside and out.

The Helen Crouse Room and Small Community Room: Moody River: Chronically the Many Moods of Mill River by Joseph Del Giorno
Joseph Del Giorno is a licensed mental health counselor who lives in East Rockaway, NY where he has a private, wholistic, Christ-centered practice. Although he has enjoyed photography his entire life, he does not consider himself a photographer. This exhibit is the result of many peaceful walks along Mill River. Del Giorno hopes that the exhibit reflects the Latin motto of the Jesuits: Ad Maiorum Dei Gloriam —For the Greater Glory of God.

Upper Concourse Gallery: Breaking Ground at 221 N. Village Avenue (Runs through May 2015)
Breaking Ground is a photographic essay that traces the Rockville Centre Public Library’s current home from its conception to its grand opening in 1962.