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Astoria Artists are Awesome Show and Tell

Astoria Artists are Awesome presents a casual evening of sharing new and past art works, hosted by The Radiant Movement in Long Island City, on Monday, May 18th, 8−10 p.m.. RSVP is required.

Astoria Artists are Awesome is a new artist−run organization whose mission is to facilitate social and creative networking among artists and residents of Astoria and surrounding neighborhoods of western Queens.

The group’s first “show and tell” event is open to artists from all disciplines who live or create in Astoria and western Queens. Artists are welcome to share completed or in−progress work. Each artist specifies whether he or she would like feedback or simply an attentive audience. Artists wanting to show work must RSVP no later than May 15 by e−mailing esther@seenperformance.org for further details.

As with all the group’s events, this evening is open to all. Artists and non−artists alike can join to see the art, meet the artists, or offer feedback and start a conversation. Simply RSVP to esther@seenperformance.org no later than May 17.

The Radiant Movement, directed by Alexx Shilling, is located in the Arris Lofts building at 27−28 Thomson Ave. #248. E, V to 23rd−Ely or G, 7 to Court Square.

To contact AAaA, visit astoriaartists.wordpress.com or e−mail esther@seenperformance.org to join the mailing list.

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