Art Exhibitions at LICM



Community Gallery

"Our House" – A Showcase of Creative Expression from Inside the Minds of our Children
Through August

View a mixed-media exhibit featuring works of art created by more than 50 children and young adults in and around the autism spectrum. Artwork centers on themes of mood and feelings, as well as self-portraits. Exhibit pieces were created in social and self-esteem groups in the Long Island area and sponsored for display by The House of Mind - Asperger Syndrome and the Arts Project, Inc., a not-for-profit promoting creativity, awareness and social exchange through submitted works of art. SpectrumArtHouse.org celebrates its first year as a place where children can submit and share their artistic creations. Artists use a variety of media including pencil and brush, music, video, photography and film to share their creativity.

All ages. Free with museum admission.

 

 

KaleidoZone Gallery

Dedicated to de Kooning 2014
Thursday, May 15 through Sunday, June 15

View abstract paintings inspired by the famous artist Willem de Kooning created this year by local children and teens in an art series at LICM and at outreach programs at local libraries. Artists explored line, color and form, plus texture and layering to create the artwork you see on display. This exhibit was made possible by a generous grant from The Willem de Kooning Foundation.

All ages. Free with museum admission.

 

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