Courtesy Steven Speliotis
William Garrett returns as curator of “Plastique Deux” at Anable Basin Bar Grill as part of the 7th annual LIC Arts Open this week.
By Bill Parry
Get our stories in your inbox, free.
Like TimesLedger on Facebook.
The 7th annual LIC Arts Open gets underway Wednesday and runs through Sunday at numerous locations around Long Island City. The free festival, billed as the largest event in Queens, invites visual artists, performers, musicians, designers and the public to celebrate creative expression together in one of the most vital arts districts in New York City.
More than 200 artists will open their studios giving visitors the opportunity to experience and view a large amount of diversity in medium, background and age. Multiple installations can be found at 23 venues, including the Falchi Building and Factory LIC, while smaller, more intimate displays will be at the Local Project Art Space, the Flux