Directory: Arts

  • 5 Pointz

    Jackson Avenue @ Crane Street and Davis Street (You Can't Miss It),

    5 Pointz is an ongoing exhibit of living graffiti art covering a converted and now condemned warehouse. The art of famous and novice graffiti artists covers the building's facade.


    Informally open mornings and afternoons during the week and on weekends.  The 5 Point Gallery is open Saturdays from 4pm-8pm



    Permission to Paint:

    Contact Meres for an appointment (

    To obtain a permit, please provide a work sample (i.e. preferably a photo of a wall piece, or at least a sketch), so that we can properly place you.

    The most coveted locations are given to accomplished graffiti artists who create high-quality, conceptual work that displays great artistic detail, while the less visible areas are preserved for new and aspiring aerosol artists.

    The better the mural, the longer it stays up. Pieces and productions are typically left on display for anywhere from one day to two years, depending on the quality and effort of the work, as well as the pedestrian traffic level of its wall placement. Long-lasting, prominently displayed productions require a rough draft and demonstrate creative vision, a high-level of craft, and originality.

  • Dorsky Gallery

    11-03 45th Ave , 718-937-6317

    Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs is dedicated to promoting contemporary visual arts to a broad public audience.  Our programs of independently-curated exhibitions, publications, curator's talks, symposia, and art donations seek to illuminate and deepen the public’s understanding and appreciation of contemporary art as well as to foster dialogue about contemporary art.  Our efforts focus on contextualization and interpretation of issues in contemporary art encompassing work both world-wide and from America, and from emerging as well as long-established artists. Although most exhibitions are organized around an articulated theme, some focus on artists working in a particular medium and others explore lesser-known aspects of a single artist’s work.

    Thursday–Monday: 11:00am – 6:00pm




    44-02 23rd St, Studio 104, 718-433-2733

    eGarage is a media company promoting underground talent. In their state-of-the-art studio theatre they record and Internet-stream unique indie shows.  They have a classic movie night, Improv nights, Open MIC nights, a music show, special events and much more.  They are also looking for additional talent.

  • Fisher Landau Center for Art

    38-27 30th Street , 718-937-0727

    Housed in a former parachute harness factory, the 25,000 square foot museum is devoted to the exhibition and study of the contemporary art collection of Emily Fisher Landau. The core of the 1,500 work collection spans 1960 to the present and contains key works by artists who have shaped the most significant art of the last 50 years, including Richard Artschwager, Donald Baechler, John Baldessari, Jenny Holzer, Alfredo Jaar, Neil Jenney, Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Sherrie Levine, Glenn Ligon, Agnes Martin, Robert Rauschenberg, Susan Rothenberg, Ed Ruscha, Kiki Smith, Mark Tansey, and Cy Twombly.


    Thursday-Monday: 12:00 to 5:00 p.m.




  • Flux Factory

    39-31 29th Street in Long Island City

    Located in a converted greeting card factory two blocks north of Queens Plaza, Flux Factory is a professional, multi-use facility where artists make new work and present exciting projects to a diverse audience. Flux helps "artists who struggle to make their artwork in increasingly difficult economic circumstances."  Flux provides studios for 30 artists and exhibition opportunities for over 150 artists.  Flux also hosts over 50 events including open studios, monthly salons, workshops, show-and-tell sessions, lectures, film-screenings, and receptions.


  • Jeffrey Leder Gallery

    21-37 45th Rd. , 212-924-8944

    Jeffrey Leder Gallery exhibits contemporary art by established and emerging American and international artists at varying points in their career.  The gallery is a 3,000 square foot converted factory and focuses on painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and some performances. "It is our philosophy that art serves to establish community, linking each of us to each other and to what is around us. The gallery’s objective, therefore, is to create a space for artists, collectors, collaborators and the general art community to interact."


  • LaGuardia Performing Arts Center

    31-10 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101 LaGuardia Community Colege's·"E" Building, 718.482.5151

    A dynamic performing arts center right in LIC.  LPAC commissions original works of art, enables emerging and mid-career artists to use space for rehearsals and productions and helps train LaGuardia Community College's Theater program majors.  There is a 220-seat Little Theater and a 740-seat Main Stage which together host 500 productions a year.  Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $10 for students.  The Fall season starts in October and the Winter season begins in January.  Steven Hitt, LPAC's managing director, invites LIC to "come see us, come play with us."

  • Local Project

    45-10 Davis Street

    Since it’s beginning in 2003, LP has served as a gallery for art exhibitions, organizing multidisciplinary shows, bringing together young and experimented artists for the collective shows. The shows are put together between the artists and the LP crew and volunteers in a mutual guidance.  LP is building itself as a bridge between the artists and established art institutions seeking new talents to support; growing to become a catalyst of a new generation of artists.

    See individual exhibitions for hours.


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