Gallery Nights

GALLERY NIGHTS, SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

Long Island City is brimming with excitement and the art community is as alive as ever! Come join our artists and art lovers for a night of fun and cultural enrichment. This month our program will feature a variety of media, including photography and sculpture, as well as tackle thought-provoking themes, such as gender equality and the degradation of life and community living in modern society. 

Please take this opportunity to support the local arts community, every third Thursday of the month. Long Island City Galleries and art venues will open their doors to the public from 6 to 9 p.m. in an after-hours celebration of art and culture.

List of participating venues and map:

Exhibitions Videos

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ASHES TO GOLD: The Alchemy of Caroline Bergonzi
Caroline Bergonzi Solo Exhibition of contemporary art at The Gallery @ THE FACTORY, curated by Richard Mazda.
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Professional Development Series #2 ~ Orestes Gonzalez
Our second workshop takes place at Alterworks in Astoria and our Guest Speaker is Sculptor Peter Goldwater who is also an instructor at the wonderful Brickhouse Ceramics space in LIC.
Video Credit: Speliotis (On YouTube)
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Burn This - Open Reception - August 1st, 2019
Opening Reception for "Burn This" @ The Raw Gallery at The Factory LIC. This show was inspired by the title of an incredible Lanford Wilson play that features Pale, a truly volcanic character.
Photo Credit: Reiko Yanagi
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Press

Works of all kinds shine in LIC Arts Open shows

“Ashes to Gold: The Alchemy of Caroline Bergonzi,” a solo art exhibit of some of her works, is now on view at the LIC Arts Open Gallery at The Factory in Long Island City, one of two fascinating attractions running concurrently in the former furniture warehouse. Both exhibits, curated by Richard Mazda, will remain on view through Sept. 6.

Works of all kinds shine in LIC Arts Open shows

Across the lobby is the other exhibition, “Burn This,” which features the works of some five dozen artists and was inspired by one of them, David Sena. The title was taken from a play of the same name by Lanford Wilson. Sena employs fireworks in his art, using them to make marks on paper, part of a process he has been practicing for 22 years.

Arts Listing — click here for all

It’s summertime and the livin’ is … interpreted in countless different ways by the artists featured in the Long Island City Arts Open “Summer Exhibition” at The Factory LIC. “Summer Exhibition,” with works by more than 50 artists in various media from painting to sculpture, photography and more. Through Fri., July 27.

Contact Us

LIC Arts Open Center
44-02 23rd Street, Suite #321, Long Island City, New York 11101
Office Number: (718) 392-0722
Email: richard@licartsopen.org

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