Art
Dec 14, 2016

Gallery Nights in LIC Are Back!

December’s monthly Gallery Nights is tomorrow evening.

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gallery-nights-december-2016-lic-queensRemember when we told you about the LIC Gallery Nights program? The December one is almost upon us—head to LIC tomorrow night from 6-9pm and warm up with some local art. Here are the participating venues, and information on what is showing at select venues:

Eleventh Street Arts
46-06 11th Street
See our latest exhibit “Wrap Me Up – Winter Small Works Show.” This group show presents 110 contemporary realist works of art: paintings, drawings and sculptures by over 50 artists (listed below). Artwork in the show are under 13 inches in size, resulting in a dazzling array of art which invites you closer. Starting at $105. Find the perfect gift for your loved one who’s impossible to shop for!

The Experimental Gallery
43-01 22nd Street
Fei Li: The Hidden Dimension and Other Observations presents
Entanglement: Live Dance-Draw Collaboration with Dancer/Choreographer Karelia Batan. Trial 3 will happen from 6-8pm. Come to See, Commune, Watch, Think, Drink, Sing

Materials for the Arts
33-00 Northern Blvrd, 3rd Floor
Materials for the Arts is pleased to present “Found and Funky,” a solo exhibition of mixed media and assemblage works produced by artist Michael Kelly Williams. Drawing inspiration from the expansive collection of found objects available in the MFTA warehouse, “Found” conveys the sense of affirmation in discovering new objects, while “Funky” pays homage to a popular jazz term used to convey praise of an art piece having achieved its highest form. In Found and Funky, Williams transforms items once deemed unworthy of use to a newly transcendent title of artwork.

The Plaxall Gallery
5-25 46th Avenue
Eileen Coyne’s work is up until until December 36, 2016.

RESOBOX
41-26 27th Street
Currently on view is the adorable World Amigurumi Exhibition vol. 3.

STUDIO 34 Gallery
34-01 38th Avenue, 4th Floor
See “The_Subway_Drawings”- Amy Tenenouser (up until January 4, 2017). Her Instagram has examples of her art.

Dougherty Gallery at Crescent Grill
38-40 Crescent Street
(If you have time, have a bite – the food at adjacent Crescent Grill is great!)

The Local NYC
13-02 44th Avenue
(Their bar/cafe is quite nice.)

Local Project Art Space
11-27 44th Road

This is the final Gallery Nights of the year, so if you’ve been meaning to go, now’s the time.

About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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