Directory: Business Associations

  • Long Island City Cultural Alliance (LICCA)

    P.O. Box 1858 Long Island City, NY,

    LICCA members are non-profit cultural organizations in Long Island City, NY.  These organizations joined together to collaborate on outreach, marketing and fundraising initiatives in the community.  Through collaboration, LICCA identifies and furthers the shared goals of its members in order to encourage, strengthen and enrich the vibrant artistic community in LIC.

    Member Organizations:
    Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs
    Fisher Landau Center for Art
    Noguchi Museum
    P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
    Socrates Sculpture Park

    Associate Organizations:
    The Chocolate Factory
    Flux Factory
    Museum of the Moving Image
    Thalia Spanish Theatre



  • Long Island City Partnership

    27-01 Queens Plaza North, 9th Floor , 718.786.5300 ext. 21

    Long Island City Partnership advocates for economic development that benefits Long Island City, its exisiting businesses, residents and visitors.  The LIC Partnership is the marketing arm of both the LIC BID and the LICBDC.


  • Queens Council on the Arts

    One Forest Park @ Oak Ridge Woodhaven, NY , 347-505-3010

    The Queens Council on the Arts (CQA) was established in 1966 to develop and nuture the arts in Queens by The Queens Symphony Orchestra, Queens Opera Association, Queens Borough Public Library, Oratorio Society, Queensborough Community College and St. Johns University.

    QCA’s has established free concerts in the parks, developed the Queens Museum of Art, Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning among other institutions.  Since 1977 the Council has played a key role in directing city, state, federal, and private funds to emerging artists and organizations in Queens for the benefit of the community.  QCA has awarded more than $2,000,000 in grants to artists and arts organizations; provided arts education to more than a million Queens schoolchildren; and produced and presented hundreds of exhibitions as well as guides, brochures, and maps of art sites in Queens.  Its publication “The International Express – A Guide to Ethnic Communities Along the #7 Train” won a National Millennium recognition.