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    LIC Arts Open festival - WALK WITH LIGHT

    By jfbautista
    May 11, '17 7:43 PM EST

    LIC-A Members & Guests Present: Walk with Light

    A curated showcase of LIC-A member art along with Music & Light performance. At 9:30 pm Pat Irwin, formerly of the B-52’s and Emmy Award-winning musician J. Walter Hawkes will collaborate in a concert of music and light with internationally recognized neon-light artist Kenny Greenberg. Walk with light from room-to-room within The Plaxall Gallery’s 12,000 sq ft space of glowing art! LIC-A’s illuminating group show for the 7th annual LIC Arts Open festival will feature a stunning array of artwork from scores of artists. Seen here is a taste of what will be on view, from artists: J. F. Bautista, Indrajeet Chandrachud, Carol Crawford, Adrian Dimetriou, Kenny Greenberg, Jorge Posada, and Sharon Taylor. So stop by for some art, music, free drinks and hors d’oeuvres!

    Opening Reception 
    Thursday, May 18, 6 pm-Midnight 
    Life-Drawing: 6-9 pm 
    Music & Light performance, 9:30 pm

    Gallery Hours: Thursday, 6:30 -10 pm, with Life-Drawing Workshop, 7-10pm; 
    Sat & Sun 12-6 pm, with LIC Flea Market

    LIC Arts Open festival: Wed, May 17-Sun, May 21

    Closing reception: Sat, Jun 10, 12-6 pm
    For more information visit www.licartists.org
     



     
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    • A great art event to attend to.

      May 14, 17 3:00 am

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