New Rochelle ArtsFest 2014 – Children’s Book Reading, “2nd Nature” Closing Reception and Art Sale


ArtsFest returns to transFORM Gallery on Saturday, September 27th from 10am to 8pm, for a day of special events including a book reading and book signing by renowned Children’s Author, Illustrator and Caldecott Medal Winner, Anita Lobel at 4pm.  There will be a closing reception, from 5 – 8pm, for our outstanding exhibit, “2nd Nature, Beauty in the Ordinary”.  In addition, exclusive discounts will be offered on all exhibited artwork for ArtsFest.

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  • What: ArtsFest 2014 at transFORM Gallery. Book reading and book signing by renowned Children’s Author, Illustrator and Caldecott Medal Winner, Anita Lobel. Closing reception for “2nd Nature, Beauty in the Ordinary”. Discounts offered on all exhibited artwork for ArtsFest.

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  • When: Open – 10am to 8pm. Book Reading – 4pm.  Closing Reception – 5 to 8 pm.

  • Where: transFORM Gallery, 20 Jones Street, New Rochelle, NY, 10801.

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About New Rochelle ArtsFest

Organized by the New Rochelle Council on the Arts, ArtsFest highlights the variety of arts and arts venues in New Rochelle and Pelham, with art exhibits, programs and family-friendly activities that spotlight the community’s rich cultural and artistic diversity. ArtsFest will feature art installations in traditional spaces as well as downtown windows, tours of artist’s studios, live music, great food, exciting performances, eclectic shopping and a free “Culture Trolley” providing “hop on – hop off” transportation to the activities taking place in public and private cultural spaces.

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