Long Island City Artists, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) arts advocacy organization with a mission to increase the development and visibility of professional and emerging artists in Long Island City, New York. We are based out of The Plaxall Gallery, a 12,000–square–foot fine art community center in LIC.
Fine Art... Theatre... Dance... Workshops... Community Events... LIC, The Arts Happen Here!
Current and Upcoming Events
Life Interrupted: A Photography Exhibition
On View: January 16 - February 16
Photo: Jen Dwyer
'Back to the Table'
Curated by Nancy Bruno & Puneeta Mittal
Open Call for Art Reflecting on
Social Transformation (Title TBD)
'Claytopian New York'
Curated by Matt Nolan
Hour Empty Bowls: A Fundraiser for Hour Children Community Pantry
Friday, March 13, 5-8pm. Read More
Press Clippings: LIC-A & Plaxall Gallery in the News...
Tammy Scileppi on 'Life Interrupted' at The Plaxall Gallery:
"Doesn’t it seem as if life and outside forces often get in the way? If you can relate to that feeling of utter frustration, you should experience “Life Interrupted,” an edgy, conversation-sparking and thought-provoking photo exhibition focused on lives drastically altered by circumstance..."
C. O'Connor on "Painted Alice" at The Plaxall Gallery:
"I’ve seen many takes on Carroll’s classic, from Disney’s neutered Cheshire Cat to Czech animator Jan Švankmajer’s masterpiece, but never have I seen the Victorian fable transplanted so effectively to another time and place: the studio of a tortured American artist who happens to be called Alice..."