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LIC Arts Open Presents:

Spring Festival

Open Studios Submission 2019 (Only)
Submissions close April 20th @ 12pm

Our Spring Open Studios event will be taking place May 18 & 19, 2019 with the full festival occurring during May 15th – 19th.

Please note that we are working on a new platform for an artists’ directory. Once you make your payment you will recieve a link to where you can create your own page and upload 5 images.

This form is to sign up for the OPEN STUDIOS in MAY ONLY.

Current Exhibition:

Bringing Steel of Life

An Exhibition of Sculpture by Jack Howard-Potter

The director of THE LIC Arts Open Gallery at The Factory, Richard Mazda, is pleased to present the largest collection of sculptures and drawings in one exhibition by local Long Island City artist, Jack Howard-Potter.

Jack Howard-Potter is among one of the most prolific LIC artists displaying large scale sculpture across the United States from Washington State to Key West, Vermont to Colorado.  His work has been featured with city governments, public art shows, sculpture parks, galleries and city and state parks in numerous locations since 1996. 

Current Exhibition:

Dichotomies

Curated by Carol Crawford
Gallery: LIC Arts Open Gallery @ The Factory LIC
Address: 30-30 47th AVE, LIC, NY 11101
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Running: March 21st (Thursday) – April 19th (Friday), 2019
Opening Reception: March 21st, 2019 @ 5 PM – 8 PM
Gallery Hours: Daily, 9am – 9pm, 7 Days a Week

Please come join us for the opening reception of a solo show of works name Dichotomies curated by Carol Crawford which features works by the artist working across photography, print-making, and drawing.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Exciting exhibitions throughout the year to celebrate and learn more about the thriving arts community in Long Island City, NY.

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Past Exhibitions

View past exhibitions and learn more about NYC’s fastest growing creative community by celebrating its artistic diversity.

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Special Events

Special events are open to the public which features myriad cultural activities in the community and many of them FREE!

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