Display Cabinet 1: RVC of Yesteryear - Clinton Avenue

Display Cabinet 2:  August - Unmask the Truth about Substance Abuse by RVC Youth Council
The RVC Youth Council’s mission is to ensure a safe, nurturing social community for the development of value driven youth with respect for themselves and others. "Unmask the Truth about Substance Abuse" is the Youth Council's 7th annual awareness campaign through the arts, where masks have been designed to promote prevention and reduction of youth substance abuse and its associated consequences.

September - Village Art Club
Discover the opportunities that the RVC Village Art Club offers artists of all ages and levels. Meetings each month feature an art demonstration by an experienced artist and exhibits throughout the year provide opportunities to show your work. Visit this display and learn more about this vibrant club.

October - Center for Science, Teaching & Learning
The Center for Science, Teaching & Learning at Tanglewood Preserve is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing people of all ages with a place to engage in informal science learning. CSTL is the place where curiosity is inspired through pre-K activities, science camps, workshops, tech competitions, teacher resources and more! https://www.cstl.org/

Upper Concourse Gallery: RVC Restored

Lower Concourse Gallery
Septemeber, October: Anne Bailey
Anne Bailey toyed with art her whole life but took it up seriously after her husband died. She works mainly in pastels, occasionally in watercolor and is a proud member of the Village Art Club and St. Raymond's Art Club in East Rockaway under the tutelage of Trudy Santoemma. While Anne’s forte is flowers, she enjoys landscapes, portraits and semi-abstracts as well. Anne sums up her feelings about painting saying, “Art has been a blessing for me!”

Helen Kraus and Small Community Rooms

August, September - TriCounty Artists of Long Island, Inc.
TriCounty Artists of Long Island, Inc. has a long and productive history on Long Island. It was founded in 1947, under the name “Malverne Artists”. In 1989, the name was changed to TriCounty Artists of Long Island Inc. TriCounty Artists of Long Island is an organization of dedicated artists who are committed to the enhancement of the artistic environment of our communities. Our members represent a wide spectrum of styles, techniques and media from realism to abstraction, from miniature to massive, from mixed media to oils, from canvas to paper, to wood, stone and steel.
There will be a reception on September 30 from 2-4 pm.

October - Rockville Centre Village Art Club’s Annual Fall Art Show
The Village Art Club is a group of artists and art appreciators who gather each month at the Rockville Centre Public Library for talks and demonstrations. For more information contact Frank at 516-764-1950.