4:00 pm
The curator and artists will talk about the genesis and development of the ideas for this show, as well as the different materials, techniques, and subject matter of the works included in it. The speakers will discuss how social and political engagement is embodied in the shared art practices of many of the artists in
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs
2:30 pm
“‘People who believe a problem can be solved tend to get busy solving it,’ William Raspberry wrote in the Washington Post in July 1994. ‘Hugh B. Price is a believer.’ This comment on Price’s inaugural keynote address as head of the National Urban League Proved prescient. Over his tenure, Price launched the League’s Campaign for
Lewis Latimer House Museum
12:00 am
Join the Long Island City Partnership for our upcoming Winter Networking Night at the Skyline Tower Sales Gallery in Long Island City. Meet business and community neighbors over light bites and drinks, while you take a tour of Skyline Tower’s model residences. Skyline Tower is the tallest condominium building in Queens. Rising 67 stories, this
Skyline Tower Sales Gallery
Mar 12 @ 7:00 pm – Mar 20 @ 12:00 am
7:00 pm
Dive head first into HOLY HELL, Springboard Collective’s latest interactive installation- handbaskets provided. Our hell on earth features three stages of sinful performance art, gluttony, and a divine comedy that even Dante would be proud of. Do you have the hottest sauce? Things heat up Thursday night 3/12 with a hot wing eating competition plus
Flux Factory
12:00 am
The Project for Living Artists in Woodside, Queens is proud to welcome its borough’s own Nick McManus and his Polaroid group portraits. After taking his niche photography all over New York City and beyond for the past five years, McManus is excited to exhibit his work on his home turf. In staying gracious to his
The Project for Living Artists
12:00 am
In her first solo exhibition on Turtle Island, Nine Yamamoto-Masson presents new works that reflect on the private dimensions of war and US imperialism in Asia that, sidelined by hegemonic regimes of knowledge and cold bureaucratization of violence, often elude representation and public discourse – especially within the US public imaginary of Asia and of
Flux Factory
Jun 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
3:00 pm
*Please RSVP to receive instructions on joining the virtual workshop. Join four artists from Lewis Latimer House Museum’s special exhibition Home/Land, for a live discussion and Q&A, moderated by curator Katheryn Fuller. Home/Land looks at the influence of the Fugitive Slave Act on Lewis Latimer’s family and the tactics used to detain, deport, and re-enslave
Lewis Latimer House Museum
Jun 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
3:00 pm
Please sign up to receive details on joining the event. Join the Lewis Latimer House Museum and Newtown Literary for an culminating open mic event to wrap up our 2020 spring Writing on Race and Immigration series. We welcome all who have attended any of our workshops to sign up to read work that was
Lewis Latimer House Museum
Aug 27 – Sep 5 all-day
12:00 am
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Sightful Services Training Center
Oct 3 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
12:00 pm
On Saturday, October 3rd, LIC Partnership hosts its 7th Annual LIC Springs! community block festival on Vernon Boulevard between 50th and 46th Ave. Celebrate Long Island City and enjoy live music, dance and theater performances plus interactive lessons, art & sculpture-making, fitness classes, outdoor dining, pop-up activities, sports games and more. Free and open to
Long Island City between 50th and 46th Avenues (Vernon Blvd)
1:00 pm
Transforming America In Real Time: Building Community Through A Pandemic December 5 – 20, 2020 Opening: December 5, 1 – 6pm Gallery Hours: Friday 4 – 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday, 1 – 6 pm Artist Talk: December 17, 7 pm EST Contact: maya@fluxfactory.org Web: www.fluxfactory.org Address: 39-31 29th St., LIC, NY This exhibition is
Flux Factory
12:00 pm
Join our Cultural Arts department and Central Queens Adult and Senior Center for a virtual visit to the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center with curator Arielle Weininger! Arielle will lead us through Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an exhibition that explores Justice Ginsburg’s life and her numerous, often simultaneous,
virtual
Jan 29 @ 1:00 pm – Feb 7 @ 6:00 pm
1:00 pm
Gift in the Wound⁣. Curated by Noah Phillips⁣. “Without the weight given by a wound consciously realized, [one] will lead a provisional life.” — Robert Bly⁣ ⁣ The Gift In The Wound highlights the work of artists who have confronted their fears, traumas, and shadows, and emerged on the other side with unexpected insights, treasures, and talents
Flux Factory
12:00 am
Because it will not be possible to hold an in-person event, Bayside Historical Society’s annual winter art show will move online for 2021. Our 20th Annual Winter Art Show will take place in virtual “galleries” on the BHS website during the month of February 2021. The show is open to artists working in all media
Bayside Historical Society
12:00 am
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
Flushing Town Hall fence
7:00 pm
The first of a three-part Rhizome Project speaker series for Black History Month, Rhizome Voice is curated by Queens-based artist and activist Trasonia Abbott. The current uprising has given way to a multitude of new local liberation organizations started by young activists. To those young activists, we pose some questions: How was this mobilization possible
Zoom
12:00 am
This exhibition highlights the work of two prominent photographers of Queens, Percy Loomis Sperr (1840- 1964) and Frederic J. Weber (1881-1967). Percy Loomis Sperr, born in 1890, was known as the “Official Photographer for the City of New York.” In the early 1920s, Loomis moved to New York where he resided in Staten Island for
Online
5:00 pm
Filmmaker, medium, artist, and innovation doula Nova Scott-James will share media and process documentation from three performance pieces, A Eulogy For The Lenox Lounge, The Imposter, and Freeing The Caged Bird. Each of these performances involves an invocation of death as it relates to the transmutation of memories.⁣ ⁣ 1. Eulogy For The Lenox Lounge
Online
Apr 1 @ 1:00 pm – Apr 27 @ 6:00 pm
1:00 pm
Follow Remi Dalton and Jevijoe Vitug at OnlyPods. Like and subscribe to new channels of work that employ the translational essence of the meme. Watch as these artists labor on live-streaming platforms. We can all be heroes just for one stream. Username: ArtHistoryPrisoner and username: ArtHistoryguard empower streamers through a collaborative process of framing. Paintings
Flux Factory
12:00 am
The Neighborhood Stories project is back for a third year – now in a virtual format! Join us to learn how to share and preserve your New York memories at the New York City Municipal Archives. About the Project: Neighborhood Stories is a citywide project helping people tell their stories and amplify their community voice
Online
12:00 am
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Ross Medical Education Center
6:00 pm
Last year Back to the Lab had the honor of partnering up with AlterWork Studios to grant two artist residencies in AlterWork’s community darkroom. We were pleased and excited to have Lissy Gonzalez and Judyta Grudzien on board as our first-ever darkroom residents. During the residency, they were given access to AlterWork’s darkroom for two
AlterWork Studios
Apr 10 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
1:00 pm
Flux Factory is happy to be hosting THREADS, an exhibition curated by an international collective of arts organizations from Bogotá, NYC, Manila, and Chicago: Bliss on Bliss Arts Projects, Maleza Proyectos, Nodo 51 Area Cultural, Poets of Queens, and Yara Arts Group. The THREADS Project and its expanding global network help artists and audiences establish
Flux Factory
6:00 pm
Red Carpet Comes To Queens, NY. Join Us In-Person or Virtually for the Best of Indie Movies, Dance, Music, Poetry Videos, Web Series Episodes with Live Performances and spectacular Vendors for 4 Days of non-stop Action, Comedy, Drama, History and Networking with Filmmakers, Business Leaders and Neighbors. DATES: April 16, 17, 24 (6pm -10pm) &
In-Person in Jamaica, Queens, NY 11433
May 6 @ 5:00 pm – May 9 @ 7:00 pm
5:00 pm
Don’t Let It Slip Through Your Fingers is acrylic painted and assembled work that is inspired by the loss of a cherished object. Objects are endowed with the power of reference to memories, philosophies and in some cases, spiritual connection. Very often when an object is lost, so too are the memories that they inspire.
Windmill Community Garden
May 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
4:00 pm
Celebrate the publication of Rob MacKay’s new book, Historic Houses of Queens. Dive through the history of your favorite borough and discover the little-known history of impressive locations.   Rob MacKay is a longtime, award-winning community journalist who currently works for the Queens Economic Development Corporation. As part of his job, he operates various social
1:00 pm
Contemporary choreographers around the world reimagine oral traditions, which may or may not “belong” to them, as emotionally and politically potent dance works. What types of transformation become possible in these physicalized reinterpretations? Join an international panel of dancemakers as they explore how the global movement of narrative, people, and dance has shaped personal and
Zoom/Virtual
Jun 19 all-day
12:00 am
QUEENS CELEBRATES #JUNETEENTH Commemorating 156 years of Black Power on Juneteenth at Roy Wilkins Park since the last enslaved people in Galveston, TX was freed. A sustainable and historic festival for the South East Queens community that highlights, celebrates, and commemorates our Black Ancestors and their journey to liberation through Juneteenth. In partnership with community
Roy Wilkins Park
9:00 pm
Join Jewish National Fund-USA for a virtual tour of Western Galilee. Led by Michal Shiloah Galnoor, we will meet local artists, small business owners, and experience the sights and sounds of this magnificent region.
Zoom
Jul 23 – Jul 31 all-day
12:00 am
Local Project is pleased to present Concrete Utopia, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist and graphic designer Saneun Hwang. Featuring digital prints of the artist’s photography, digital collages, and visual poetry, the show will explore the artist’s interpretation and impression of living in NYC, a city with a constantly changing urban landscape. The opening reception
Local Project