Friday, December 24, 2010
the Bright Lights on houses and shops make everything seem so alive and HOPEful...we have so much going on in the New Year in our own backyard featuring music, art and film...PLUS endeavors by our elected officials to make Jackson Heights prosper and grow!
Vote HERE to help 78th Street playstreet win the
"2010 Streetsies" Award - your voice is heard and just one click away. Thank You CB3 and Councilmember Danny Dromm and State Senator Jose Peralta for making this happen for the kids of all ages last summer - with our limited park space, we HOPE to make it open again in 2011.
and Don and Katha Cato are keeping HOPE alive for all our visual artists in the 'hood with the Queens World Film Festival - which will be 4 days of films and fun right here on 82nd Street in March -featuring local and international entries...send in your submission NOW via Without a Box- and www.queensworldfilmfestival.com
AND the Jackson Rep Theatre is hosting a local CONCERT SERIES at PS 69 and other Theatrical events - you won't even have to spend money on the subway...MORE to come with dates and performances which we HOPE will showcase all the talent here in Queens!
PLUS! a year end gift
COME OUT FOR A Pre-New Year Celebration and
new ART opening
NOVO LOUNGE (78-23 37th ave)
THURSDAY DEC 30th
2 for 1 drink specials to thank everyone who has been so supportive through the year and with HOPE and wishes for a healthy - happy - better - NEW YEAR!
See you on the avenue!
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Monday, November 29, 2010
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Tuesday, November 16, 2010
NOVO ART OPENING this THURSDAY November 18th
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
...Blown sideways into neighborhood arts and music.
"Come be part of Theatre 167's first Street Theatre Event!!! In support of City Councilmember Daniel Dromm's Clean Jackson Heights Intitative, we're turning Jackson Heights into living theatre for an hour.
Come join us, dressed in your finest, Sat. Oct 9 from 2:30-4 pm....for Food, FUN and lots of surprises"
Thursday, September 16, 2010
The IDES of SEPTEMBER
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Photography grabbed hold of Greg Stowell when he was a teenager, opening his eyes to the marvels to be found in the mundane, ordinary, everyday life. Much of the work he commenced to do exploited the potential offered by the aesthetic virtues of black & white images (and yes, he still uses film), allowing viewers to be readily transported to another place in our color world.
Neighborhood defining venues such as small businesses, coffee shops, and the like have been warmly enthusiastic hosts to his indirectly referential style of documentary photography. Through his work, they have enjoyed tantalizing allusions to their own immediate experience that readily draw them to places in their minds they have not regularly been.
Early years of life in the working class, bedroom community of
Afzal Hossain is a longtime resident of Jackson Heights and received his Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute and worked as a designer at Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
KUDOS to Ali and Richard who joined me on SUNDAY (remember Sunday? hot and sticky Sunday?!) for the Walking Tour of 37th Avenue Art Gallery where we viewed the 20 works along the avenue of local artists
click GOOGLE MAP HERE for list of stores and artists
and check them out until JUNE 27
and we will feature the remainder of the artists here at Community Communicato too
Thank you! for a great show to all the businesses and artists in this unique and unusual gallery
See you on the Avenue!