Led by Carol Sudhalter and our wonderful house band, the jam welcomes musicians including our jazz jammers from Queens/Long Island, as well as newcomers from around the world, to share their music, lift our spirits and honor those we have lost.
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If you’d like to watch this session LIVE, simply tune in to our Facebook page or ZOOM.
For more information on how to participate and monthly themes, visit: http://www.flushingtownhall.org/virtual-jazz-jam
2nd Wednesday each month 7PM EDT
On February 1, 2021, Flushing Town Hall re-opens the community art exhibition and solicits new artwork for the Lunar New Year, once again inviting participants to artistically express the range of emotions they feel as they face the new year. This Lunar New Year is the Year of the Ox— and its associated characteristics of diligence, strength and determination are skills that help build resiliency, allowing us to recover quickly from difficulties.
Flushing Town Hall will begin to accept new artwork to share as part of Call and Response beginning on February 1, 2021. Participants can hang their artwork themselves, or email scans to the institution before and during the Lunar New Year, which is noted for strength and determination. The Lunar New Year – the Year of the Ox – begins on Friday, February 12, 2021.
If participants cannot travel to Flushing Town Hall to hang artwork, they are invited to take a photo or scan of artwork and message, and email scans to email@example.com. Flushing Town Hall staff will print a copy of the work and hang it on our fence.
The Queens Underground Red Carpet Film Festival Begins in February to Celebrate Black & Brown along with all Creative Talents in Film, Music, Dance, Poetry, Web Series Production and Networking with Industry Professionals, Community Groups, Entrepreneurs and Neighbors.
Join us In-Person and/or Virtually for Movies, Music, Dance, Poetry Videos, Web Series Episodes and Business Commercials from around the World!
There’s still time to Submit your Movie, Video, Series Episode or Business Commercial – More Info on the Website below. Perfect to let the world know your still Open, Active and looking for Customers, Followers and/or Connections.
We’re the most fun non-profit group of creatives ever and we love meeting and sharing with new people!
Join us for a two-part workshop led by contemporary artist Xin Song! Participants will learn the traditional art form of Chinese paper cutting to inspire creative expression. Join us for one or both sessions and embrace a deep dive into this innovative art practice.
Pay as you wish. Select either one or both sessions!
Thursday, March 11: Learn the history of traditional Chinese paper-cutting and its evolution to contemporary paper art. Participants will explore traditional flower patterns.
Thursday, March 25: Introduction to the traditional 12 zodiac signs participants will make paper cutouts of this year’s zodiac, the ox.
Please have the following materials available:
There Is Something Here looks at the components of filmmaking through the lens of the artist’s process, and the challenges of mastering artistic craft while wrestling with self-doubt, lack of experience, and fear of failure. Originally titled: Nothing to See Here, Carlos David TC leaves behind the self-deprecation that many artists experience to instead focus on celebrating the process of growth and exploration.
After a year of lockdowns, quarantines, and unfinished projects There Is Something Here examines the gap between a creative idea and its full realization, reveling in the uncomfortable but generative midpoint of the filmmaking process. From initial sketches to editing, color grading, sound mixing, and everything in between, there is something here and Carlos wants you to see it with him.
Carlos David TC’s solo exhibition features installations of unfinished, deconstructed, incomplete, raw, finished, and mastered video work, conceived in collaboration as an Artist-in-Residence at Flux Factory during the global COVID-19 pandemic. The works will be presented via text, color waveforms, sound, and traditional moving images. Some of the works include My Quarantine Shoes, The Self* Tapes, Pass The Hours, Spencer’s Gift, and the premiere of the trailer for his newest short film: Jevi from 9 to 11.
Jevi from 9 to 11 is a fictionalized documentary about a painter who works at a museum during the pandemic and is set to be released in October 2021. The short film is part of a series called Artist* from 9 to 5 which follows immigrant artists from “9 to 5” the traditional American business hours.
Axons Dance Theatre presents Invisible Decorum as part of Fertile Ground series March performance. Invisible Decorum, choreographed by Joan Liu and danced by Saeko Hayashi, Marisa Pisano, and Dominique Robinson, delves into how cultural backgrounds affect our lives both consciously and subconsciously. Donate at https://www.greenspacestudio.org/fertile-ground to receive a viewing link.
FERTILE GROUND has supported emerging and established artists for 15 seasons, featuring the work of six different choreographers in Jan-June 2021, presenting a total of 42 artists across seven showings. The non-curated program features six dance makers per performance and profits diverse levels of experience, backgrounds, age of artists, and dance aesthetics.
Fertile Ground March Artists
Axons Dance Theatre
Available March 23rd – June 30, 2021
The Women in Tech Summit educates, inspires, and connects women in technology.
Working in tech is not just about coding. It’s about all aspects of your career. With discussions about trending topics in tech and information on thriving through tech career phases and facets, and unique online networking opportunities, WITS connects women working on the business and technical sides of the industry, at every career level, from students to senior executives.
This virtual workshop is being hosted by Lynne Arnold, President of the Federated Garden Clubs of New Your State, Inc., the largest gardening organization in the world. Gardening in a USDA plant hardiness zone 5 presents certain challenges. Join Ms. Arnold as she shares wildflowers throughout the seasons, growing in her NY garden. Who doesn’t love wildflowers that provide a bright splash of color? Zoom link will be provided upon registration. Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
Adults | $5 per person
In recognition of Women’s History Month, the New York City Department of Records & Information Services and WomensActivism.NYC will be screening The Incorrigibles, a powerful short film featuring the unknown stories of girls who were incarcerated at the New York State Training School for Girls in Hudson, New York – an institution established in 1904 as the only re-educational facility in New York State that could provide training for “delinquent” girls under the age of 16.