Rockland Center for the Arts is the largest multi-arts center in the region, with three indoor gallery spaces and a 10 acre sculpture park which hosts exhibits, musical performances, literary and art panel discussions. RoCA was founded in 1946 by an illustrious group of artists including Helen Hayes, Aaron Copeland, Burgess Meredith, Kurt Weill, and Henry Varnum Poor. RoCA’s three galleries exhibit world-class professionals to emerging artists, focusing mainly on NY artists. Exhibits feature art on timely issues to inspire, respond to, enrich, and engage through the experience of contemporary art. RoCA has educated and nurtured generations of artist. Past exhibitions have included Alexander Calder, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Louise Bourgeois, Richard Pousette-Dart, Robert Motherwell, Leonard Freed, David Maisel, Joyce J. Scott and Aurora Robson. The 10-acre Catherine Konner Sculpture Park hosts rotating sculpture throughout the grounds. Free to the public, the exhibits and the sculpture park are open year-round. For 70 years RoCA has presented high quality events and education in the fine and applied arts through it's School for the Arts and Summer Arts Camp.