3-D art exhibit opens at the Great Neck Arts Center this Thursday, March 24
Tue Mar 22 2011
Kids don't only need a pair of shades for today's bright sunshine; at this Long Island art exhibit, they'll need to slip on some special blue and red specs to see the 3-D art on view, too. Last week, the New York Times gave a sneak peek of the psychedelic works by husband-and-wife art duo Dov Lederberg and Yael Avi-Yonah at the Great Neck Arts Center, and this Thursday, March 24, the gallery exhibit opens. So head to the 'burbs, don those glasses (provided by the center) and watch as flat images transform into 3-D forms before your eyes. "3-D Phenomena: Where Art and Science Converge." Mar 24--May 1. Mon--Thu 9am--9pm, Fri 9am--7pm, Sat 9am--3pm, Sun 9am--1pm. Great Neck Arts Center, 113 Middle Neck Rd at Maple Dr, Great Neck, Long Island (516-829-2570, greatneckarts.org). Travel: From Penn Station, take the LIRR Port Washington line to Great Neck, then walk a couple blocks north to the center. Free.