Traditional Chinese Paper Cutting Exhibition features the paper cuts of Gao Huilan. The paper cuts of Gao Huilan are based on the rich repertoire of ancient Chinese art theme, combining energetic and clear trends of northern Chinese cultures with the specific beauty and ease of southern China. Her meticulously executed movements of scissors and knives
Taught by contemporary Pojagi artist Wonju Seo, participants will learn how to make a single layer paper Pojagi using 5 colors (Red, Blue, Yellow, White and Black) of Asian rice paper and glue. This paper Pojagi can either be displayed as art or used as a decorative window screen. (all materials included; for ages 5
Astoria Market invites you to join us for our Pre-Valentine’s Day Shopping Event on Sunday, February 10th! The market will be held out of the Main Hall at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden from 12 to 6pm. Cruise around the wonderful handmade and vintage wares, then head downstairs to Bohemian Hall’s restaurant & bar for a
Liven up those winter doldrums with Bayside Historical Society’s Valentine buffet and the smooth jazz stylings of The Carl Bartlett, Jr. Quartet. Plus, try your luck with our 50/50 drawing! General admission is $40.00 per person for BHS members; $45.00 for non-members. Reservations are required. Tickets can be purchased online on the BHS Website. RSVP
Join the Queens Symphony Orchestra as we celebrate Black History Month and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Make Gentle the Life of this World by Raymond Horton features the speech by Senator Robert Kennedy on the night of Mr. King’s assassination. This performance marks the New York
Adapted from the 1853 slave narrative memoir under the same name, the 2013 film received critical claim. The Lewis Latimer House Museum is screening it for free in celebration of Black History Month. Space is limited, please RSVP in advance. Ticket sales start at noon on January 11. The 2019 Race and Immigration Film Series
FERTILE GROUND has supported emerging and established artists for 13 seasons, showcasing the work of over 50 choreographers each year. The non-curated program features 5-6 dance makers each evening and includes a post-performance discussion with wine, moderated by Green Space’s Artistic Director, Valerie Green. February 10th 7pm Tickets: $15 at door and online at www.GreenSpaceStudio.org
Not sure what to do around Valentine’s Day? Roll over to Flux Factory for Rinkworm, a pop-up skating rink produced by Springboard Collective. Open daily from February 11th-17th, this exhibition is highly contagious. Join us for open skating madness, three nights of live performance and music, infectious roller discos, karaoke on ice and Our Bloody
Brooklyn Bulders Queensbridge’s It Takes Two event is all about community! Grab a buddy and get ready for wild partner climbing challenges at BKB! We’ll also have cookie decorating (and, yes, eating), wine tasting, fun bootcamp classes, and more. You in?
Picture it. Queens 2019. Valentine’s Day. You, your pals and your confidants are sitting in Q.E.D. watching 3 classic Golden Girls episodes. You play bingo. Win Dorothy’s moist cupcakes. You participate in the super secret St. Olaf game. You even wore your best Devereaux sequined shoulder pads in case your very own Mr. Burt Reynolds
Creek Cave Live (CCL) is the touring arm of The Creek & The Cave, when we are not on the road we bring you an amazing showcase full of Creek favorites, comics just passing through and some of the best stand up comics living in NYC. Because we love comedy and our audiences so much
Creek Cave Live (CCL) is the touring arm of The Creek & The Cave, when we are not on the road we bring you the an amazing showcase full of Creek favorites, comics just passing through and some of the best stand up comics living in NYC. Because we love comedy and our audiences so
It’s your favorite Quiet Clubbing party with a twist! Two channels of the Quiet Events’ DJs you love, and one channel of LIVE MUSIC! We are partnering with ImpossibleOdds and the Odds Band for a unique party you’re bound to love. The party begins with our three channels of music, with ImpossibleOdds joining us from
Multimedia storytelling with Chinese subtitles. This family performance by master storyteller-performer David Gonzalez is a rhymed verse spin on the classic fairy tale with live music and image projections that create a magical multimedia world in which our beautiful (and funky) princess is awakened by true love’s kiss… or not.
For those little ones who just can’t wait to be a Young Chef. Here’s something just for you. APEC little cooks will have fun learning about an animal, and then help make a delicious snack to compliment what they’ve learned. All materials included. Come join us as we challenge ourselves to try new things. We’ll
Hear some of the love stories at Maple Grove and selections of music for an enjoyable afternoon. Donations gratefully accepted. Light Refreshments following the concert with an opening reception for our latest art exhibit. Dedicated to Mary (1844-1939) & Jonathan Coward (1842-1917) and other love stories at Maple Grove.
Under the umbrella project Documents of Resistance: Artists of Color Protest (1906s–present), Mexican-American artist Antonio Serna has been gathering material relating to the art and activism of artists of color. The story of the Latimer House is connected to this history through the efforts of Tom Lloyd and African-American artists and activist, who formed part
Writer and spoken word artist Bob McNeil will perform a musical and poetical tribute to Lewis Howard Latimer as part of our celebration of Black History Month. Bob McNeil is the author of Verses of Realness. Furthermore, after years of being a professional illustrator, spoken word artist and writer, he still wants his work to express
Swamp Thing is a free weekly comedy show at The Creek and The Cave in Long Island City. Every week the show brings you the best bang for your buck comedy line-ups in New York City. Featuring: Carmen Lagala (Late Show) Sarah Hartshorne (SirusXM) Tyler Richardson (John Oliver) Jeff Arcuri (Late Show) Hosted by Shane
A longtime advocate for music suppressed by the Nazi regime, Polish-Canadian pianist Daniel Wnukowski will make his New York debut this February at a Queens College festival celebrating the work of Karol Rathaus, the school’s first professor of composition. Rathaus, a Galician-Jewish composer, had a successful career in Berlin before fleeing in 1932 due to
Join in on Tuesday, February 18th for the launch of local author Blake J. Harris’s new book The History of the Future! Harris is the author of the bestseller Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation, which both NPR and Slate named a Best Book of the Year (2014). Blake J.
On the 3rd Tuesday of every month Daniel Louis Vezza brings you some of the best comics the city has to offer. Stop by the beautiful back room of The Footlight Bar (named on NY’s best hidden Comedy Clubs) and check out this killer line-up for for the sweet sweet price of nothing. February’s comics
TYRANNOSAURUS is a free weekly comedy show hosted by Randall Otis, Jamie Wolf, and Leland Long. Every week we bring you some of the best comics in New York as well as comics from all over the world just passing through. Every week we stylize and diversify the lineup so that every show has a
Getting cabin fever during the Midwinter recess? Escape to the Farm to create stunning works of art with materials found in nature. Crafts are appropriate for children ages 4-10 years old. Parental supervision is required, but our staff is here to assist your farm artists! Come dressed to work with glue, scissors and paint. You
Join us at the Queens Historical Society to enjoy and enrich your children with an American folk music sing along presented by Moreno Ferreira in the setting of an historic house, Kingsland Homestead. Moreno Ferreira is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and music instructor at Blue Kazoo Music Productions. Raised in Long Island, NY, Moreno also resided
Magical Landscape? Winter Fantasy? Join us for a hands-on workshop to learn about the ecosystem of a terrarium and create one to take home. A bit of history, a touch of science, and a burst of creativity make up this workshop program. Initially known as Wardian cases and used to transport plants over long distances,
Magical landscape? Winter fantasy? Join us for a hands-on workshop to learn about the ecosystem of a terrarium and create one to take home. A bit of history, a touch of science, and a burst of creativity make up this workshop program. Initially known as Wardian cases and used to transport plants over long distances,