The Plaxall Gallery announced Tuesday the launch of Culture Lab LIC, a new nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the development of art, theater, music and community services in western Queens. Donated by the family-owned Plaxall Inc., the 12,000-square-foot converted waterfront warehouse located on the Anable Basin in Long Island City is home to three art galleries, a 90-seat theater and an outdoor event space... Read more on Qns.com
Welcome to Culture Lab LIC
at The Plaxall Gallery!
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the community and making art happen in LIC.
This pandemic is creating a very uncertain future for all of us, but we promise WE'RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE!
We know the artists and the nonprofits who make this world a better place are struggling now. Although we are currently closed to the public, we have continued our community services by providing space and support to organizations like the ones listed here. A lot of people have been asking us "what about when this is over?"
Our commitment is that The Plaxall Gallery will still be here! We have an amazing 12,000 square-foot arts and community center generously donated by Plaxall Inc., and will be providing space for you, our loving community, so that you can experience and create art together as soon as we are able to share space again. Our fine art gallery will reopen to both local and international artists, and we will be providing space to performers of all disciplines to develop and perform their work in our 90 seat theatre.
Local nonprofits like the PS/IS78 and PS384 PTA, Hour Children, Alcoholics Anonymous, Queens Council on the Arts, Hunters Point Parks Conservancy, and so much more, will have a space with us again!
Our artist residency programs will continue, and the space you have come to know as a cornerstone of arts, culture and community services will still be standing. In the meantime, hold tight, work together and keep life moving forward!
Help us so we can continue to help the community...