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PARADISE  An evening of ecstatic discordant. Anticipate the eternal irrepressibility. 7/28/16 Performance starts @7.30pm Local Project 11-27th 44th Rd, Long Island City, NY 11101 Between 21st St and 11th St Take E,M,G or 7 train to Court – Sq Performances by: Maria Hupfield Tsedaye Makonnen Nehemoyia Young Honey McMoney This event is made possible in part by the Queens Council on the Arts with public […]

Performances – Paradise – 07/28/16


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        Summer Salon Group Show Paradise in the City Opening Reception Thursday, July 14th 6-9pm Gallery hrs Tues – Sat 2-6pm Performance TBA Last Supper potluck dinner Saturday, August 6th, 5pm Local Project Gallery announces its newest exhibition: Paradise in the City, opening on July 14th and on view through August 6th, 2016. This visually arresting exhibition explores the different perspectives of the idea of […]

Paradise in the City – 07/14/16


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Art Yo’ Trash Workshop with Local Project (1 of 3) Part one Saturday July 2nd 3-6pm Annalisa Iadicicco Part two Friday July 8th 3-6pm Daniel Valle At 89-62B 165th Street, Jamaica, Queens 11432 take E train all the way to the end! The public is invited to join Queens-based artist Annalisa Iadicicco in collectively sculpting trash from the neighborhood. Special guest Dalia Baasseri will speak about her artistic project responding […]

Art Yo’ Trash – 07/08/16




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Paradise in the City it is an open call for local artist to explore and show the different perspectives around the idea of what will be to live in a Paradise City. Like a tropical landscape or a concrete jungle, we will have fun re-creating an old school Salon d’Art  through our walls as well as a tropical feeling inside the space. We would love […]

PARADISE IN THE CITY – OPEN CALL


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Saturday, June 18th, at 5pm Screening That Which is Possible 83 minutes A film by Michael Gitlin FREE A portrait of a community of painters, sculptors, musicians and writers making work at the Living Museum, an art-space on the grounds of a large state-run psychiatric facility in Queens, New York. Shot over the course of two years and structured across the arc of a day, […]

That Which is Possible – Screening and Closing Exhibition