Spring events at Flushing Town Hall

March 27, 2013 by  

The Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts presents many events throughout the year at the Flushing Town Hall. It has been the creative force in the community now for 30 years with a recent focus on revitalizing Flushing and continuing with providing entertainment. The 2013 spring events have now been scheduled and posted, including many interesting exhibitions.

Many exhibitions are featured at the Flushing Town Hall, with a current one being ‘The Passion Observers: Photography by Press, Weinberg and Kanarvogel’ running until March 31. With lyrical coloration, unusual textures and presence of wanderlust in the art, it is easy to let one’s mind run wild in this geometry of paint architecture.

April’s feature exhibit will be ‘Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Dia Spora 2013’ from April 5 through May 12. This exhibit features the artistic contributions of artists of Indian descent and consists of painting, video, photography, and sculpture.

”Art as a Reflection of Culture” will be on exhibit from May 16 – June 21 featuring artwork from junior high school students, including paintings, sketches, fashion drawings, and collages.

Marketing events of this nature can be accomplished successfully through various print methods. Local brochure printers can create an attractive bi-fold or tri-fold brochure containing high resolution images and concise but interesting content regarding the exhibits. Brochures are easily distributed either manually or by direct mail efforts. They can also be stacked in brochure racks or at entrances to outlets.

Additional exhibit and event information is available through the Flushing Town Hall website. The venue’s phone number is 718-463-7700.