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As a member of Culture Lab LIC, you directly support dozens of arts, cultural and neighborhood organizations enjoyed by the entire community. As a Thank You for your awesomeness, each of our membership levels offer something for everyone: $2 off drinks, early viewings to monthly exhibitions, artists talks, Culture Lab LIC swag, and discounts to theater, dance, music concerts, and special events. We have an exciting 2022 season ahead of us and we cannot wait to share it with you! 

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Our ART GALLERY is open Thursday & Friday, 5-9pm, and Saturday & Sunday, 2-9pm. (Outdoor performances: Thursday & Friday, 7-9pm, and Saturday & Sunday, 5-9pm.) Keep your eye on our social media for updates on our upcoming theatre, dance and comedy performances!

Art Exhibitions Currently on View

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The Lot at Culture Lab is BACK!

Music... Art... Theatre... Film... Dance... Community... Food... Beer... FUN!

Free Outdoor Live Performances! Every Week - All Summer Long!

Fridays: 7-9pm, Saturdays & Sundays: 5-9pm

Check out video highlights of last summer's shows at The Lot!

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June 25, 5pm
Ambrose Getz
Free Outdoor Music

Seeded in San Francisco's Haight Ashbury, Ambrose Getz's songs wind their way from the West Coast through Ohio's rust belt farmlands to the flashing fire of New York City. Luck, lineage, and letters that never reach their destination find footing alongside characters from life and story.

 

Ambrose - lead vox/guitar

Almog Sharvit - electric bass/bg vox

Idan Morim - electric guitar/bg vox

Ben Silashi - drums/bg vox

 

facebook.com/AmbroseGetz

youtube.com/channel/UCinLU5w8zMxGLWHWOYjHrzg

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June 24, 7pm
Chanel Andrews
Free Outdoor Music

Chanel Andrews is a Brooklyn-born and based alt-soul, singer-songwriter. Chanel Andrews' music is best classified as Alt-Soul, with influences of funk and pop. Performing with a large band that helps capture the storytelling and soundscapes of her music.

www.thisissee.com

instagram.com/thechanelandrews

youtube.com/channel/UCRTYczNplPGSwupgDIX4FlA

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June 25, 3:30pm, 7:30pm
PLIGHT
by the ChoreoJoey Project
An Emergence Residency Show

PLIGHT is a choreographic nod to blaxploitation films with collective tales of artist struggle following graduation through jazz dance.

 

Read more & buy tickets for this indoor performance ($20): www.eventbrite.com/e/plight-tickets-340267488217

This project is supported by funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, Statewide Community Regrants Program (formerly the Decentralization program) with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, and administered by Flushing Town Hall.

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Indigo Events Venezuelan

Cultural Festival

Free Outdoor Event

Sunday, June 26

10AM - 4PM

Come and celebrate venezuelan culture with your family and friends at the VENEZUELAN CULTURAL FESTIVAL!

 

Invite your friends to discover the beauty of our Venezuelan culture. We hope to see you there!

 

Read More and Register for this FREE event: eventbrite.com/e/venezuelan-cultural-fest-tickets-343646876057

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Nothing Further

Indoor Multimedia Performance Exhibit

June 30, July 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9,10

Performances at 6 & 8pm

Buy tickets for this indoor event ($20)

 

What happens when a culture of shame leads to a mysterious death and the revealing of a secret life?

 

NOTHING FURTHER is a multimedia performance exhibit that will take you on a generational whirlwind of a ride through the closed doors of a suburban home. This is a story about a daughter's relationship with her father. It is the unfolding of a mystery about secrets, memory, generational trauma, gender identity, and the need to keep up appearances.

 

The name of this performance exhibit, NOTHING FURTHER is inspired by the police report that was filed after the investigation a father’s death. The last two words on the report read, “NOTHING FURTHER.” As audiences will discover, however, there is much more to explore and investigate.

 

Buy tickets for this indoor event ($20)

This project is supported by funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, Statewide Community Regrants Program (formerly the Decentralization program) with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, and administered by Flushing Town Hall.

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Brothers in Arms

An Emergence Residency Workshop Presentation

July 15 & 16, 8pm; July 17, 3pm

An interview-based devised play combining movement, music, video and text, “Brothers in Arms” aims to interrogate toxic masculinity and facilitate emotion transformation amongst male-identifying folks. Alongside the presentation, there is an applied theatre component, aimed principally at young male-identifying folks, where participants use the play’s framework to facilitate artistic exploration.

 

Read more about this project and buy pay-what-you-wish tickets for the performances here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brothers-in-arms-tickets-340785116457

This project is supported by funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, Statewide Community Regrants Program (formerly the Decentralization program) with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, and administered by Flushing Town Hall.

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Taken By Artificial Surprise

Indoor Performance and Installation
July 28, 29, 30, 31, 7:30 pm

 

Jeanette Andrews presents a performance and installation that explores the relationships between magic, machine learning, and surprise. 

Read more and register for free tickets (required): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/taken-by-artificial-surprise-tickets-340798446327

This project was also made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant program, a program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature and administered by Flushing Town Hall.

Art Justice Cohort:

Being Seen

Celebrating the acceptance of all humanity.

 

The Cohort's 14 artists employ the impact of portraiture to take viewers on a journey through the lives of everyday people.

A free, indoor art exhibit.

On View: June 2-26


Opening Night:

Saturday, June 4, 6-9pm

Official Site:

artjusticecohort.com/being-seen

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