2019 60th Anniversary Exhibit

Sylvia Wolff

LICG 60th Anniversary Exhibit
March 9 to April 7, 2019
Artists’ Reception: Sunday, March 10, 3:30-5:30 PM
Gallery Talk:  Sunday, April 7, 1-3:30 PM
Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery of the Art League of Long Island
107 East Deer Park Road, Dix Hills, NY
Juror: Barbara Paris Gifford, Assistant Curator,
Museum of Arts and Design, NYC

The LICG celebrates 60 years of fine craft on Long Island with the exhibit “Echoes, ” featuring 94 works in clay, fiber, glass, metal, mixed media, paper and wood by 54 members. Gallery hours and directions are at

Click here to view/download the catalogue for this exhibit.

Artists speaking at the Gallery Talk on April 7 are: Celeste Carlin, Lois Goldberg, Jeffrey Grinspan, Pamela Hanna, Beth Heit, Mia Karlberg Levin, Julianna Kirk and Puneeta Mittal.

Lauren Singer
Candace Dorsey
Candace Dorsey

2019 March General Membership Meeting

Artist Talk & Slideshow
John Cino

Thursday,  March 28, 7-9 PM (doors open at 6 PM)
Syosset Public Library, 225 South Oyster Bay Road, Syosset, NY

John Cino
John Cino

The Long Island Craft Guild is pleased to host guest speaker John Cino, sculptor, art educator, curator and arts activist. John is a maker who wears many hats: he is an educator who teaches in the undergraduate and graduate levels, founding member and Artistic Director and Senior Curator of the Patchogue Arts Council, and accomplished sculptor. His work has been exhibited in sculpture parks, museums, college campuses and lobbies including the Islip-MacArthur Airport. John will speak about his process, creative inspiration, and recent wood sculptures.

The presentation is free and open to the public. The Glass Group is responsible for refreshments.

2019 Workshops

Paper Media Group Presents
Solarplate Workshop
Art League of Long Island
107 East Deer Park Road, Dix Hills, NY
Instructor: Stephanie Jacobson

Saturday, March 23, 10AM-3PM (snow date 3/30)
Fee: $60 LICG members/$75 non-members plus $30 materials fee
Deadline for registration: March 3

Learn this easy, user-friendly printmaking technique that looks like an etching when printed, but is actually a photographic method using a light box . Water is the etching agent (no acid is used). No experience necessary, just enthusiasm to try something new! Email info [a] for more details.

Note to Members

While we invite anyone to bring a door prize or snack to any of our meetings, the list below is the media group responsible for refreshments/door prizes for each meeting:

January: Paper
March: Glass
May: Fiber
September: Metal
November: Clay