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EXHIBITS

“The Socrates Annual 2019,” with outdoor projects by multiple artists produced on-site and engaging their location and community. Through Sun., March 29, 2020, Socrates Sculpture Park, 32-01 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City. Free. Info: (718) 956-1819, socratessculpturepark.org.

EXHIBITS“Dakota Gearhart: The Sextant of the Rose” and “Catalina Ouyang: it has always been the perfect instrument,” with new video and sculpture works that deal with themes such as control and power dynamics; and “Quad Relay,” a mural by Lau…

EXHIBITS“Claytopian New York,” with sculptors expressing the beauty, diversity and wonder of life in an idealized metropolis; and “Back to the Table,” with ceramic artists reclaiming the dinner table as a place for human connection at a time …

EXHIBITS“Survival: The Exhibition,” an interactive setting providing science-based techniques to prepare visitors of all ages to stay alive in various environments, with an adventure zone including a zip line, ropes course and more. Through S…

EXHIBITSFresh Meadows Camera Club Retrospective, with photos by members and group officers such as Joe Kramer, left, Bernard Lebrun and Richie Taub, as they celebrate their 73rd anniversary. Through Sat., Feb. 29, Glen Oaks Library, 256-04 Un…

EXHIBITS“Assembly,” with works by Damien Davis, Rachel Eulena Williams and Sun You in various media, in a display inspired by the exhibit’s title, as a word and an action. Through Sat., March 21, Mrs., 60-40 56 Drive, Maspeth. Free. Info: (34…

EXHIBITS“Dreamscapes by Carol Crawford,” with drawings based on photos of refugees on the move enlarged to life size; and “Life Interrupted,” with photos by 13 photographers focusing on how life is altered by unexpected changes in political, …

EXHIBITS Winter Open Studios, with multiple artists and art collectives allowing the public into their studios. Sun., Jan. 19, 1-4 p.m. (exhibit tour 2 p.m.), Queens Museum, Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Free with admission: $8 suggested; $4 …

EXHIBITS“In Practice: Total Disbelief,” with works that engage formal tools that uphold belief and use them to make other claims, suggesting uncertainty; and “Rafael Domenech: Model to exhaust this place,” an installation engaging with the ve…

EXHIBITS“A Piece of Yourself: Gift Giving in Self-Taught Art,” with one-of-a-kind works from the 18th to 21st centuries presented as gifts with an immediate and personal nature. Through Fri., Jan. 10, American Folk Art Museum’s Self-Taught Ge…

EXHIBITS“A Piece of Yourself: Gift Giving in Self-Taught Art,” with one-of-a-kind works from the 18th to 21st centuries presented as gifts with an immediate and personal nature. Through Fri., Jan. 10, American Folk Art Museum’s Self-Taught Ge…

EXHIBITS: “Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991-2011,” with more than 300 works in various media by 80 artists, many based in Iraq or its diasporas, on the 1991 Persian Gulf War, the sanctions that followed and the 2003 Iraq War. Through…

EXHIBITS “The Black Box: Man’s Playground,” an intimate presentation of a mixed-media work in progress by Cyrah Ward, celebrating the beauty of the black female form and dissecting stereotypes. Fri., Dec. 13, 7-8 p.m., Jamaica Center for Arts…

EXHIBITS Artist Co-op 2019, with paintings, sculptures, mixed media works and more by 12 emerging and mid-career Queens and NYC artists. Through Sat., Jan. 25 (artists’ talk Tue., Dec. 10, 7 p.m.), Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, 161-04…

EXHIBITS “The Search for Life Beyond Earth,” an interactive experience likening extreme environments on Earth to those on other celestial bodies such as Mars, Europa and Titan, as well as places outside the Solar System, and addressing the re…

EXHIBITS “GingerBread Lane 2019,” the new edition of the world’s largest gingerbread village, with every single element edible, created by Queens chef Jon Lovitch; with make-your-own workshops on select days. Sat., Nov. 23-Sun., Jan. 12, New …

EXHIBITS “Outs & Ins,” with works by Sarah Palmer exploring human and environmental vulnerability with recontextualized nudes, portraits, catalog images and more. Sat., Nov. 16 (opening reception 6-9 p.m.)-Sat., Jan. 11, 2020, Mrs., 60-40…

EXHIBITS Paintings by Eric Scott Horn, with works by the artist and archaeologist often relating to ancient myths, gods and goddesses, in a display dedicated to archaeologist Major Charles Cook, interred at Maple Grove Cemetery. Through mid-N…

EXHIBITS “Arte Cubano,” with works by more than 25 Cuban artists reflecting on the quotidian, social and political realities of the island and the world. Through Thu., Feb. 20, 2020, Godwin-Ternbach Museum, at Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Bl…

EXHIBITS “Marbles in the Valley,” with abstract prints and otherwordly photos portraying nostalgic landscapes reminiscent of the native countries of Queens’ diverse communities, by Corona native Nancy Paredes. Through Sun., Dec. 22, Queens Bo…

EXHIBITS “Weather the Weather,” with works by two dozen artists examining the “expression of the true force of nature,” via the SciArt Initiative. Through Fri., Jan. 10, 2020, New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111 St., Corona. Free with admissi…

EXHIBITS “It’s Not About You, It’s About Us,” with works in a variety of media produced within the New New Yorkers program, designed to enrich the lives of recent immigrants and give them a safe space for creative expression. Through Sun., Oc…

EXHIBITS “The Socrates Annual 2019,” with outdoor projects by multiple artists produced on-site and engaging their location and community. Sat., Oct. 5 (opening celebration 4-6 p.m.)-Sun., March 8, 2020, Socrates Sculpture Park, 32-01 Vernon …

EXHIBITS“The Art of the Brick,” the world’s largest display of Lego art, with more than 100 original sculptures and others derived from known works, by Nathan Sawaya, plus interactive brick building challenges, games and a free play area. Sat…

EXHIBITS “At Sea,” with works by multiple artists in various media using sea imagery to address the idea of being adrift in the face of fraught events, natural and manmade, global and personal. Sun., Sept. 29 (opening reception 2-5 p.m.)-Sun.…

EXHIBITS“Searching the Sky for Rain,” with works by multiple artists that disregard how the art industry regulates and classifies differences into categories, and “École du soir (The Evening Academy),” with works by Christian Nyampeta concern…

EXHIBITS “Who Takes Care of New York?”, an exploration of NYC civic groups and how they care for their communities, with maps, art and storytelling meant to empower visitors on how to make lasting change. Thu., Sept. 12 (opening reception 6-8…

EXHIBITS “Sculpture & Textiles by Linda Rettich,” with sculptural scenes made of tiny beads, figures, textiles, culinary delights and more. Sat., Sept. 7 (opening reception 2-4 p.m.)-Sun., Dec. 22, Voelker Orth Museum, 149-19 38 Ave., Flu…

EXHIBITS “Imaging Women in the Space Age,” with vintage and current images of women as aviators and astronauts from fashion, TV, film, pop culture, toys and more; part of Space Out Summer programs honoring the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 1…

EXHIBITS “40 Objects,” with historical photographs, artwork, correspondence and other ephemera about the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts, to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Through Fri., Aug. 30, Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern B…

EXHIBITS “Escape: Celebrating the Great Outdoors,” with paintings created en plein air that represent the artists’ intimate communion with the landscape, including Emilie Lee’s “Indian Creek Canyon,” with a portion of proceeds going to The Na…

EXHIBITS “Escape: Celebrating the Great Outdoors,” with paintings created en plein air that represent the artists’ intimate communion with the landscape, including Emilie Lee’s “Indian Creek Canyon,” with a portion of proceeds going to The Na…

EXHIBITS “Closed for Installation,” with overlooked everyday objects like bulletin boards, park benches and water fountains remade by Fiona Connor; and “More or Less Bone,” a monumental work in fiberglass and paint by Jean-Luc Moulene. Throug…

EXHIBITS Alternatives & Futures, artist interventions organized by Beta-Local, including a workshop and listening session with Rebecca Adorno, performance by artist Guadalupe Maravilla on the famed model of NYC, the Panorama of the City o…

EXHIBITS “Hand & I,” with embroidered works by 19 artists that address climate, race, gender, immigration, and the U.S. prison system, in “a cri de coeur for social justice.” Through Sun., July 14, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, 11-0…

EXHIBITS“World Involution,” with works by Colombia native Rocard Cardenas Mo that evoke the countryside while grappling with encroaching urbanism. Through Sun., July 7, Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd. $5 sug., free students, teens. …

EXHIBITS “Summer Exhibition,” with works by more than 50 artists in various media from painting to sculpture, photography and more. Through Fri., July 27, The Factory LIC, 30-30 47 Ave., Long Island City. Free. Info: (718) 392-0722, licartsop…

EXHIBITS “Summer Exhibition,” with works by more than 50 artists in various media from painting to sculpture, photography and more. Thu., June 20 (opening reception 5-8 p.m.)-Fri., July 27, The Factory LIC, 30-30 47 Ave., Long Island City. Fr…

EXHIBITS “Urban Dance,” with photographs that capture the global dynamics and transforming experience of cities worldwide. Wed., June 19 (opening reception 6-9 p.m.)-Sun., July 21, The Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46 Ave., Long Island City. Free. In…

EXHIBITS“Above and Beyond — The Ultimate Flight Experience,” with interactive components including flight simulation, augmented reality, design and skill challenges and more, examining innovations in aviation from the first powered flights to…

EXHIBITS“Above and Beyond — The Ultimate Flight Experience,” with interactive components including flight simulation, augmented reality, design and skill challenges and more, examining innovations in aviation from the first powered flights to…

EXHIBITS“Soft Territories,” with woven fabric works by four artists exploring themes of movement, migration and locality and creating spaces of softness, warmth and shelter. Through Sun., June 23, Knockdown Center, 52-19 Flushing Ave., Maspet…

EXHIBITS“Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror,” with works by the feminist artist spanning more than 50 years, in multiple media; and “Zheng Guogu: Visionary Transformation,” with 12 works that refashion the traditional Buddhist meditation paintings cal…

Exhibits“Nancy Spero: Paper Mirror,” with works by the feminist artist spanning more than 50 years, in multiple media; and “Zheng Guogu: Visionary Transformation,” with 12 works that refashion the traditional Buddhist meditation paintings cal…

EXHIBITS“Closed for Installation,” with overlooked everyday objects like bulletin boards, park benches and water fountains remade by Fiona Connor; and “More or Less Bone,” a monumental work in fiberglass and paint by Jean-Luc Moulene. Both Mo…

EXHIBITS “You used me for land development,” with multimedia works from beach towels to temporary tattoos highlighting pollution, policy and recreation around Flushing’s waterways; the master of fine arts thesis of Cody Ann Herrmann. Through …

EXHIBITS“Skip LaPlante’s Windchimes,” with the elaborate chimes he hand-built from “stuff nobody else wanted,” and most available for sale. Sat.-Sun., April 13-14, 12-5 p.m.; weekdays by appointment, Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Blvd. …

EXHIBITS “Flowering Trees of Victorian Richmond Hill,” with paintings of homes and gardens done en plein air by Irene Buszko. Sat., April 6-Sun., June 30, 1-4 p.m. (opening reception Sun., April 7, 2-4 p.m.), Voelker Orth Museum, 149-19 38 Av…

EXHIBITS “Dichotomies,” with mixed-media works by Carol Crawford that combine photography, painting and more on wood, and investigate the socio-political moment via visual metaphors. Through Fri., April 19, LIC Arts Open Gallery, The Factory …