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The Affordable Art & Pottery Bazaar at RoCA Rockland Center for the Arts

The Affordable Art & Pottery Bazaar

Just in time for holiday gift giving, this popular and well-attended sale of regional artists and artisans and their wares has returned! Items for sale include blown glass, hand-crafted jewelry, beautiful handmade functional pottery, original 2-D & 3-D art, holiday ornaments, art greeting cards and more! Shop RoCA and take home a one-of-a-kind unique piece of art as a holiday gift that will be cherished, increase in value over time, and directly supports local arts and artists. 

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About RoCA Rockland Center for the Arts

27 S. Greenbush Road

West Nyack, NY

845-358-0877


    Rockland Center for the Arts is a multi-arts center dedicated to creating and promoting art through its School for The Arts, exhibitions, workshops, literary and performing arts events, Summer Arts Day Camp, and outreach programs.

    Originally known as the Rockland Foundation, RoCA was founded in 1947 by a group of renowned artists, including Aaron Copland, Paulette Goddard, Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya, Maxwell Anderson, and Helen Hayes. Their intention was to create a new cultural center, separate from New York City, taking advantage of the immense creative talent that had recently migrated to the region.

    RoCA outgrew its Nyack storefront and moved in the 1950's to a ten-acre property in West Nyack. What began as a grassroots, volunteer organization has developed into the largest professionally staffed multi-arts center in the lower Hudson Valley.

    RoCA attracts over 25,000 visitors and students annually from throughout the region. RoCA's School for the Arts and intensive Summer Arts Day Camp has an annual enrollment of over 400. RoCA's Community Outreach Programs provide studio art programs to the underserved populations in the area. RoCA also administers the County 1% for Art,  program that commissions public works of art.