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1.PS1 Art Museum - Long Island City LIC
PSI Art Museum Long Island City PS1 Museum Of Contemporary Art has evolved into a world class modern art museum located in the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens NY. The museum became a MOMA affiliate in 2002 and continues its tradition of bringing interesting and thought-provoking art to the borough of Queens, NY. Click here to view the rest of the story on PS1 Contemporary Art Museum in LIC Queens.
Published Friday, November 7, 2008 1:48 pm

2.American Museum Of The Moving Image - Astoria NY
American Museum Of The Moving Image The American Museum Of The Moving Image is located in Astoria Queens NY. This article provides a brief description of the organization and its programs.  John Turturro, in the photo on your left, is an actor who starred in movies like Barton Fink and Transformers, and he has also served as an Executive Producer. This photo was taken at the Museum Of The Moving Image in January 2008 at a program about a documentary film Mr Turturro helped produce entitled, 'Beyond Wiseguys: Italian Americans & The Movies'.
Published Friday, October 24, 2008 3:42 pm

3.Queens Museum Of Art - Flushing
This map shows the location of the Queens Museum Of Art [QMA] in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens NY. The museum hosts a number of art related events and exhibits.
Published Monday, January 5, 2009 2:34 pm

4.Noguchi Museum - Long Island City LIC Queens NYC
Noguchi Museum Of Sculpture - Long Island City This is a brief introduction to the Isamu Noguchi Museum of Long Island City. The museum is dedicated to preserving the works of Noguchi, a famous Japanese American sculptor who lived much of his life in Manhattan and Long Island City. The museum has a presentation room [small classroom style theater] as well as a Japanese style sculpture garden. It is located in Long Island City near the Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens New York. Click here to read a brief report with photos of the Noguchi Museum in Long Island City Queens.
Published Wednesday, February 25, 2009 9:14 pm

5.Queens Museum Of Art
QMA Hosts Boo Spooktacular Kids & Adult Programs at the Queens Museum of Art October 24, 2011 / Flushing Neighborhood / Queens Buzz. It was a frightening Saturday afternoon, trolls, ghouls and goblins were lurking about at the Queens Museum of Art. The ghouls and goblins had plans to make war, even while the head troll was issuing marching orders to a bevy of funked QMA scaretakers, who seemed to know what ghastly events lie ahead. Nonetheless, they listened with interest as the troll began to make her plans. Click here by to read the rest of our report on the Boo Spooktacular and other kids & adult programs at the Queens Museum of Art.
Published Monday, October 24, 2011 10:47 pm

6.Queens Museum of Art Renovations
Queens Museum Of Art Photos of Renovated Museum & Queens International 2013 November 10, 2013 / Flushing Neighborhood / Art Museums in Queens / Queens Buzz. I attended the re-opening weekend of the newly renovated Queens Museum of Art on November 9th & 10th of 2013. As I came strolling up toward the Unisphere, from the #7 subway stop, I could see the new façade of the museum in the distance. The warm golden light shone through the large floor to ceiling windows of the two main floors along the eastern side of the museum. Only a year ago, this entire side of the building was nearly all cement, interspersed with a few far smaller windows. Inside there was a plethora of activity. Just beyond the ticketing area, was a large open space into which I stepped down into the open space. Much of this area had been in place prior to the renovation, but the area was difficult to access and was used more as a backroom, than as the showcase into which it had been recently transformed. And ahead, just off to the right, was the Museum’s first claim to fame, the miniaturized replica of the City of New York. Click here to read the rest of our report about the newly renovated Queens Museum of Art in Flushing Queens. The report includes numerous photos of the newly remodeled museum and the Queens International 2013 which went on display in November 2013.
Published Sunday, November 10, 2013 10:26 pm

7.Things To Do Queens July 2012
Things To Do In Queens - July 2012 Queens NY / July 2012. This Queens events calendar contains notices of things to do in Queens NY including art exhibitions, films, theater, live music, comedy, dance, sports social events, classes, and restaurant reviews for the Astoria, Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, Long Island City, LIC, Sunnyside, Woodside, Jamaica, Forest Hills, Flushing, Corona neighborhoods in Queens NY for July 2012. Click here to view the Things To Do In Queens during the month of July 2012.
Published Monday, July 30, 2012 10:27 pm

8.Contemporary Indian Art Of The Diaspora - Queens Museum Of Art / Flushing NY
Queens Museum Of Art Indian Arts Of The Diaspora Flushing / Queens Buzz. This is a review of the Indian Arts Of The Diaspora Art Exhibit at the Queens Museum Of Art in the Flushing Meadows Corona Park in the Flushing / Corona neighborhoods of Queens NY. This exhibit is includes some forty Indian emigrant artists who delve into and express the influences of their multi-cultural lives.
Published Sunday, November 9, 2008 8:09 pm

9.Queens Museum Of Art - Flushing
Queens Museum Of Art Reasons Clue The Reason's Clue Art Exhibit opened at the Queens Museum Of Art in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in the Flushing / Corona neighborhoods in Queens NY. The exhibit features eight Chinese and Taiwanese artists who explore their own culture in today's world.    
Published Sunday, September 28, 2008 9:44 pm

10.PS1 Warm Up Party - LIC Queens
PS1 Warm Up Party PS1 Warm Up Parties - LIC Long Island City Queens Summers in LIC / Long Island City / LIC / Queens. PS1, a modern art museum in the Long Island City LIC neighborhood of Queens NY hosts Warm Up Parties during the summer season. The PS1 Warm Up parties are thrown Saturday evenings starting in the mid to late afternoon and run until sundown. Click here to read our full report on PS1 Warm Up Parties.
Published Friday, November 7, 2008 2:39 pm

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1.Queens Museum
The Queens Museum [Of Art - formerly] is a world class art museum which hosts exhibits every year many of which reflect the international / ethnic diversity of Queens NY. The site also houses a large replica of NYC.

2.Tour De Queens - Transportation Alternatives
Tour De Queens is an annual 20 mile bike ride event for the whole family.

3.Noguchi Museum
The Noguchi Museum is a modern art museum specializing in sculpture most notably of its founder Isamu Noguchi. They also host monthly panels on First Tuesdays. First Fridays pay what you wish.

4.Crossing Art Gallery
Crossing Art is a modern art gallery located in the Flushing section of Queens. While eclectic, it also tries to support Asian artists.

5.PS1
PS1 is a modern art museum. They are known for their avante garde exhibits. In the summer they host Warm Up parties with rock bands in their court yard.

6.Museum Of The Moving Image
The Museum Of The Moving Image is a museum dedicated to educating the public about the role of the moving image in society. They do this by showing films television productions discussions and displays of equipment used in the production of the moving im

7.Bliss On Bliss Art Gallery & Studio
Bliss on Bliss Art Gallery & Studio is an eclectic art gallery that also support Filipinos.

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