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Sorry everyone, We have decided to cancel the Art Stroll due to low registration. Everyone wanted to go the beach instead! Which we understand and support. We will see you again soon.

LIC Art Stroll: Materials for the Arts and Flux Factory

Saturday, July 22nd
2pm – 5pm

Meet at:
Materials for the Arts
33-00 Northern Boulevard,
3rd Floor
Long Island City, Queens
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Join the Long Island City Cultural Alliance (LICCA) for an Art Stroll on Saturday, July 22nd. The stroll features a guided tour of Materials for the Arts (MFTA), and a special curators tour of the exhibition Tongue Tide, currently showing at the Flux Factory.

The program begins at MFTA, with a tour the current exhibition Twisted Woven Tied by artist in residence Dianne Smith and a tour of the impressive warehouse full of unique and inspiring reusable art materials made available for free to New Yorkers through the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.

We will then walk to Flux Factory, where curators Christina Freeman and Emireth Herrera Valdes will give a tour of the current exhibition Tongue Tide. Inspired by our home borough of Queens, NY — the most language-dense area in the world– Tongue Tide explores the multitude of ways in which artists engage with language, investigating the ways in which we experience, use and understand words. See Tongue Tide in ArtFCity’s MUST SEE Guide.

Finally, the we will stroll over to the Windmill Community Garden for snacks and drinks. PLEASE NOTE: This walking tour is rain or shine. Good walking shoes are recommended.


  • 2 pm: Guided tour of Material for the Arts
  • 3 pm: Curators tour of Flux Factory Major Exhibition: Tongue Tide
  • 4 pm: Reception at Windmill Community Garden

Founded in 2001, Long Island City Cultural Alliance (LICCA) is a nonprofit that bands together Long Island City’s pioneering arts institutions through innovative and inclusive collaboration, pooling resources in marketing, community outreach, and public relations. LICCA organizations include: American Folk Art Museum Annex, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, Fisher Landau Center for Art, MoMA PS1, The Noguchi Museum, SculptureCenter, Socrates Sculpture Park, The Chocolate Factory Theater, Flux Factory, Materials for the Arts, Museum of the Moving Image, and Thalia Spanish Theatre. To learn more about LICCA and to support its mission, contact Shannon Murphy at

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