The ebb and flow of creative neighborhoods is a fascinating aspect of how art effects the "real world". James Kalm has studied this phenomena for decades, and is constantly on watch for the next front in its progression. With the opening of "Valentine", what began nearly twenty years ago in Williamsburg Brooklyn has finally reached Ridgewood Queens. The debut of "Summer Collage" marks the expanded realm of the Bushwick gallery scene. Fred Valentine was an essential member of the collaborative group that created "Organism" later to be called the "Mustard Factory", one of the first projects to put Williamsburg into the international spotlight. As a practicing artist himself, Fred is invested in more than a mere "commercial" enterprise, but to also establish a space for the community's intercourse. Includes a walkthrough tour and chat with Fred Valentine.