Best of Fall For Arts Finds a Home in Motorgate

April 5th, Motorgate Gallery Opening for 2019

April 5th, Motorgate Gallery Opening for 2019

You’re invited! Each year, the Roosevelt Island Visual Art Association partners with RIOC to pick the best murals from the past season's Fall for Arts Festival and gives them a home - and a purpose in bringing artful conditioning to an otherwise artless environment.


"Join us for the unveiling of the 2018 Fall for Arts Festival murals being added to Roosevelt Island’s Motorgate Gallery, located in the Motorgate Garage Atrium."

The Atrium is located at 688 Main Street, just north of the Roosevelt Island Bridge Helix and adjacent to Gristedes.

The event, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. "...includes, a reception in the Atrium with live music from Roosevelt Island band The Jazz Kats, light refreshments, and a tour of this unique art.

"Artists will be on hand to give insight into how they interpreted last year’s theme-Exploring Your Freedom: Uniting a Nation."

 

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