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The artists will be given working space at either the Z Hotel or The Paper Factory from April to June.

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Catch a tango show, shop for bike parts or attend a lecture on the history of Queens.

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The Queens Council on the Arts will be accepting applications for its Queens Arts Fund through Oct. 9.

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The High School to Art School program helps aspiring teen artists build their portfolios for college.

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The festivities will include live music, barbecue and an outdoor screening of local films.

Long Island City »

Former 'Top Chef' Dave Martin and artist Mark Salinas will host the dinner to benefit a scholarship fund.

Astoria »

Queens Council on the Arts will break in its new Astoria headquarters on Saturday with a block party.

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The new courtyard and garden will have an outdoor cafe for open-air film screenings and exhibits.

Sunnyside »

Mark Salinas worked with neighborhood kids to paint the words "Rise-N-Shine" at 48th Ave. and 42nd St.

Long Island City »

The FAVORS project asks city residents to do something nice for someone else during the month of April.

Astoria »

The group is now located on 35th Avenue, an arts hub that's home to a number of creative organizations.

Astoria »

The nonprofit group is moving its headquarters to 35th Avenue after years in Woodhaven.

Long Island City »

Each year the Queens Council on the Arts gives thousands of dollars to Queens artists.

Jackson Heights »

"Octopus's Garden" is an art exhibit by kids aged 5-13 in this year's Queens Art Express show.