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Sculpture Camp
Thu Apr 17th - Tue Apr 22nd, 10:00 AM
Tickets: SOLD OUT
For Families: Flushing Town Hall offers its first Sculpture Camp during Spring Break, for children ages 7-15. Students will work with sculptor Chun-Sen Yang using recycled materials to create sculptures. Starts at 10:00 AM.

In the Galleries

Fri Oct 12th Lecture & Demonstration: Samadhi + Art = Sagyeong
Oegil Kim Kyeong Ho, will give a lecture and demonstration on the traditional Korean technique of Sagyeong. The lecture will be in Korean with onsite English interpretation. After the lecture, the artist will sign copies of his painting in gold ink. Starts at 8:00 PM.
Sat Jul 13th Artist Talk (Bridging the Gap: Long Island City Artists (LICA))
This multi-venue show, curated by LICA, reaches out to the varied communities near LaGuardia Community College, Flushing Town Hall, and Queensborough Community College, to highlight and showcase the broad diversity and creativity of Queens’ artists. A great way to learn more about the LICA exhibiting artists and their artworks. Starts at 2:00 PM.
Sun Aug 18th Salon Sunday
Artists working in any medium are invited to bring in slides, CDs or samples of their work. Each artist is allotted a time to speak, followed by Q & A while we network over cookies and coffee. The public is always invited to meet area artists and join in the discussion. Starts at 2:00 PM.
Fri Jan 31st - Sun Mar 30th Lunar New Year Celebration
Celebrate Lunar New Year, the year of the horse at Flushing Town Hall

April

Thu Apr 17th - Tue Apr 22nd Sculpture Camp
For Families: Flushing Town Hall offers its first Sculpture Camp during Spring Break, for children ages 7-15. Students will work with sculptor Chun-Sen Yang using recycled materials to create sculptures. Starts at 10:00 AM.
Tue Apr 22nd Earth Day Festival
For Families: Develop your green thumb, learn about bee-keeping and the importance of clean waterways while making sculptures, jewelry and art out of recycled materials. Starts at 1:00 PM.

May

Sat May 3rd Cinco de Mayo Festival
For Families: PINATA MAKING WORKSHOP AT 12:30 PM; MEXICAN MUSIC & DANCE WORKSHOP AT 1 PM & MARIACHI REAL DE MEXICO AT 2:15 PM Starts at 12:30 PM.
Sat May 10th Happy Mother's Day Concert
For Families: Mother's Day concert featuring a variety of music and dance. Starts at 6:00 PM.
Thu May 15th 35th Anniversary Gala
FUN! FOOD! & FRIENDS! Come celebrate our diversity, our arts and our community! Starts at 6:00 PM.
Wed May 21st - Thu May 22nd Once on this Island
For Families: MUSICAL PERFORMANCE BY JHS 189 STUDENTS Set in the Caribbean, Once on This Island, tells the story of a peasant girl who brings together the people of her island through love and forgiveness. Starts at 6:00 PM.

June

Sun Jun 1st A Dream of Red Pavilions (Staged Reading)
For Families: Pan Asian Repertory Theatre presents a staged reading of A Dream of Red Pavilions, a world premiere adapted by Jeremy Tiang from the classic Chinese novel by Cao Xueqin, co-directed by Lu Yu and Tisa Chang. Starts at 4:00 PM.
Thu Jun 5th I.A.M. Open Mic
Join I.A.M. (Immigrant Advancement Matters) for an unforgettable Open Mic that brings together some of NYC’s most talented performers/poets to share their work for a unifying cause: Immigration. Proceeds will support I.A.M.’s Educational Programs. Starts at 7:00 PM.
Sat Jun 21st LGBTQ Immigrant Voices
Celebrate the immigrant LGBTQ voices of Queens! Artists will be determined through an open call: All LGBTQ musicians, dancers, and performing artists based in Queens may submit applications, and Latino and other Immigrant and minority artists who selfidentify as LGBTQ are particularly encouraged to apply. Call for details. Supported in part by NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm. Starts at 7:00 PM.