Portraits by Many Hands
Works of art by more than 30 Long Island and NYC artists ages 3 to 80 were paired to ignite dialogue about subject matter, techniques and materials used.
Your House, My House
Go on a fantastic journey into the homes of people around the world – no passport or luggage required!
The Art of Andy Warhol
Visitors explored the silkscreen process from beginning to end, and learned about a leading figure of the “Pop-Art” movement.
Motion Mania! was an exhibit for thrill seekers of all ages to explore rollercoaster arcs and the force of gravity.
Dragons & Fairies
Explore modern day life in Viet Nam through the lens of centuries-old folktales.
Blue Man Group - Making Waves
Visitors took a multi-sensory exploration of sound and light with the dynamic Blue Men as virtual guides.
KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature
We tested immaturity skills and sharpened our understanding of complex ideas. Stop acting silly? Not in this exhibit.
Korea in the Artist’s Voice
Artists with ties to Korea share a range of styles and mediums in this exhibit complementing our “Heart & Seoul” exhibit.
Javaka Steptoe: Radiant Child
Artist and illustrator Javaka Steptoe tells the story of an artist who has inspired him, Jean-Michel Basquiat, in this exhibition.
Dedicated to de Kooning
Children and teens created art influenced by the life and work of Willem de Kooning. A year of LICM educator-led workshops out in the community and here at LICM guided young artists as they layered on the imagination!
Throw on your pattern cape, pick up your magic wand and get ready to fall under the spell of... PATTERNS.
Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea
Five modern-day Korean kids share their lives and interests--from K-Pop and cuisine to technology and sports in this new cultural exhibit.
Tanya Butler Holder
“Sesheta Weaves Rainbows” explored symbolism through color in wearable works of art. Uncover the process and view finished pieces of beading and weaving.
Her installation came to life on the KaleidoZone wall through a week-long process. Visitors watched the live action of the artist creating "Walking after Midnight."
"Don’t Play with your Food!" challenged the rule to never play with what we eat as Artist and Art Educator Julianne Zegers sculpted food to look like group portraits and landscapes, then turned them into oil paintings and monotypes.