The QAX Block Party on June 22nd, 2013 was a great event! Thank you to all staff, volunteers, & vendors for all your help! I hope you had as much fun as the participants did!
“Beecher’s Fault have one foot in pearly pop while including sonic somersaults that will keep your head twirling while your feet are moving” – Deli Magazine Beecher’s Fault has become a key player in the local New York City music scene. The pop/rock band has played an impressive amount of shows at prominent NYC venues […]
Follow these artists as they talk to us about their process and what impact these programs have had on their careers and the transformation they bring into their communities. These selected artists have experience in QCA programs: Queens Arts Fund, Peer Leaders Circles, Seniors Partnering with Artists Citywide (SPARC), and High School to Art School […]
Carolina Penafiel, Long Island City, Local Project, http://www.localproject.org/
June 12 @ QAX2010 from Queens Council on Vimeo.
The Secret Theatre in Long Island City opened to the public on September 5, 2007. Richard Mazda, Artistic Director and Owner, saw a life long dream fulfilled as the studio’s conception and construction came together. Their facility is custom-built and therefore capable of handling various shows from proscenium to in-the-round. There is a full, programmable […]
Thalia Spanish Theatre – A Bilingual Home for Performing Arts In the heart of Sunnyside, Queens (one of the most diverse communities in the US) is a venue where residents and visitors can enjoy authentic Flamenco performances along with a variety of plays and musical concerts as well as workshops for younger members of the […]
Salvatore LaRussa Dance Theatre www.sldt.org 66-85 73rd Place Middle Village, NY 11379 (347) 263-SLDT (Only venue not on No. 7 train. See video below) Thu, June 10th and Fri, June 11th, 7pm, Sat, June 12th, 2pm/ 7pm, Sun, June 13th, 2pm. SLDT + Guest Artists fill the company’s new art space with a dance performance […]
Flushing Town Hall – Bringing the Community together In the midst of Downtown Flushing there is a 144 year-old landmark building. It is the home to a beautiful gallery, a 308 seat concert theater, and a lovely outdoor space. Welcome to Flushing Town Hall. From 1902 (after Flushing’ 1898 incorporation into NYC) until the 1960’s, […]