Second Saturday Staten Island is a free monthly art walk on Staten Island's north shore. Our mission is to facilitate a working partnership between artists, curators, galleries, audiences and local businesses to promote a more engaged community. Our events regularly include visual art, music, dance, and performance art.

Want to know what's going on other days of the month? Check out SI Arts’ Inside Art Guide calendar.

October 11th, Art Walk

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The Greenmarket
Theater Parking Lot
St. Marks & Hyatt Streets

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
St. George Greenmarket

Cash, EBT/Food Stamps, Debit/Credit, WIC & FMNP checks accepted

Set on a hill overlooking New York Harbor and the downtown Manhattan skyline, this market draws a dedicated following of neighborhood shoppers who line up each Saturday to get first dibs on the freshest seasonal fruit, produce, cheese, meat, seafood and baked goods. An array of plants, berries picked just as they have ripened, juice pressed from upstate orchard fruit, heirloom tomatoes and much more will entice you to keep checking back in on the market to see what's new each week, and experience the change of the seasons through the food made available by these regional farmers. Featuring live music and performances throughout the season.

NYC Compost Collection every Saturday, 8am - 1pm

SI Artist Building
73 Wave St.

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Staten Island Artist Market

SIAM is a diverse group of Staten Island artists and artisans who have joined together to promote and sell their unique creations.  With everything from origami flowers  to original works of art, there is something for everybody and every budget.
Learn about the individual artists and artisans on the artist page.  Read about their creative process, what inspires them, what they are working on and where you can purchase their products.  Many of the artists welcome the opportunity to create custom items, so if you are looking for something specific contact the artisan.

People seek out fine art and handmade goods for various reasons.  Some people love decorating with and owning one of a kind art..... others like the idea of supporting local artisans which in turn supports their community......then there is the eco friendly nature of items made by local artisans that comes from less packaging and shipping of the products......  and of course there is nothing more special than giving or receiving a truly unique gift.  

Culture Lounge
Staten Island Ferry Terminal

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
The Great Richmond

Staten Island Arts is pleased to present “The Great Richmond” a crowd-sourced public sculpture/interactive diagram that is a collaboration between cartographer and urban theorist Neil Greenberg and sculptor Will Corwin.
Corwin and Greenberg have collaborated on a monumental game-based installation that invites participants to re-imagine Staten Island, and their own particular environment, as they might want it to be: by turns a return to a semi-mythological sylvan and pastoral utopia, a much more built-up urban metropolis—a continuation of Manhattan and Jersey City across the harbor, or, on a controversial note, a seceded Staten, a new city in the constellation of the northeast corridor.
For The Great Richmond, Greenberg and Corwin researched the history of Staten Island, explored its many neighborhoods and invented a set of pieces and a human-scale “board” within which to organize the pieces.  The images that inspire the pieces include Henry David Thoreau (an inhabitant of S.I.), the island's world-famous reptile house, Bathtub Madonnas, the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, and The Staten Island Mall.  Though not with a focus on winning or losing, the guidelines for activating the sculpture are geared to creating an accumulation of images and objects that acts both as a sculpture and a data set that can be plumbed for conclusions about the islands inhabitants and its visitors.

Skylight Center
307 St. Marks Place

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
For the Love of Chicken

New works inspired by the love and admiration that only this fine feathered creature could generate.

Art Lab
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building H

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Linda Butti’s reception will feature food and beverages and will take place the same time as the reception for Global Art: Ethiopia.
Global Art: Ethiopia -AND- Spirit & Light: Tree Paintings - Solo Exhibition with Linda Butti

Global Art: Ethiopia
Opening reception: Saturday, October 4th, 2014
Exhibition dates: October 4th - 26th, 2014
Opening Reception for this project conceived, coordinated and implemented by local artist and Art Lab board member, Nancy Quin.
Each year for the past 8 years, Nancy has traveled the world doing printmaking projects with children in many different countries.  She does similar work with young students at Art Lab and takes the art done here with her to the children in faraway places and the children trade artwork.Prints created by the children, both at Art Lab and in the countries visited will be on display as well as photographs by Nancy Quin documenting the travels and the process of the creation of the prints.
Spirit & Light: Tree Paintings - Solo Exhibition with Linda Butti
Opening reception: Saturday, October 4th, 2014
Exhibition dates: October 4th - 26th, 2014
Artist Statement:  
I paint because I have to: it’s the only way I have of expressing my very active inner life.  My painting is an emotional journey through intuition, memory and sensation.  I use nature as my vehicle to imbue a sense of luminous chroma and light into a realm of visual beauty that transcends commonplace reality. Art allows me to challenge dissect, and make decisions on elements that are intellectual and intangible in the physical aspect of living.  It also colors the physical, and intrudes in everything I do.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center And Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art located in building C
SHARP program presents Ian Burnley andIan Gerson

Check out two new exhibits by Ian Burnleyand Ian Gerson in the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art

Andrea Phillips Studio
48 Montgomery Ave.

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Music begins at 8pm
Not Handicap Accessible
Art Show and Open Studio

Local artist Andrea Phillips opens her home studio, brimming with original artwork. Homemade crafts, including quilted handbags and switchplates, as well as art, are available for sale.
Music show featuring an assortment of local artists starts at 8pm.

For more information, please email

CPG Gallery
814 Richmond Terrace

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Can You See Me Now?

The Creative Photographers Guild challenged participants in this international juried smart-device show to explore how they defined themselves, the people they relate to and the world around them via dreamscape, fairy tale, fantasy world or reality check. The challenge was to take their creative process beyond self-created walls, inhibitions, and restrictions while using any one or a combination of the emerging apps, software, gadgets and technologies available on smartphones & smart devices.

Cash awards for BEST of SHOW Gold - $400, BEST of SHOW Silver - $200, BEST of SHOW Bronze - $100, as well as six Best Image Using Emerging Apps - $50 each, will be presented during the opening party at 6:00 pm on Saturday, September 13th, 2014."

Pride Center of Staten Island
25 Victory Boulevard, 3rd Floor

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Suspended in Amber: New Works by Angela Muriel

Ms. Muriel is a painter, naturalist and native New Yorker. She has had a fascination with insects as subject matter for many years. She says of this body of paintings and drawings:
I reference fossils of insects in my current series of works. I am not attempting to create a realistic representation but am rather attracted to the texture of the stone, the traces of history and of the elements. The animals are etched into the stone and remain as evidence of a moment in time. 
The exhibition opens on Saturday, October 11, 2014 with a reception (part of Second Saturday Staten Island) from 6 -9pm. The show is open to the public during Center hours, Monday through Friday from 1 to 8 PM, through October.

Hypno-Tronic Comics
156 Stuyvesant Place

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Comics and Things

Stop by the local, awesome comic book store to see locally-produced comics, 'zines, and art.

Special 10% discount to all Second Saturday attendees!! [Some restrictions may apply.]

For more information, call 718-720-0001

Deep Tanks
150 Bay St.

8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Not Handicap Accessible
Grief and Praise

Acoustic Open Mic at 10pm

Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Neighborhood Stage
208 Bay Street

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Music & Civil Rights

Singer Jeannine Otis will join Allergic to B's Joan Moore & Gary Moore, to perform music of the American Civil Rights movement, which underscored key events that coincided with the publication of “To Kill a Mockingbird”. In fact, some of those events occurred in Selma, Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama, not far from Harper Lee’s hometown of Monroeville, Alabama (the inspiration for Mockingbird’s fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama).

We’ll read & discuss excerpts from the novel, together with texts concerning some of the flashpoints in the American civil rights movement that Mockingbird helped catalyze.

We’ll consider the 60th anniversaries of the death of Emmett Till, and of the U. S. Supreme Court’s historic school desegregation decision. We’ll explore texts concerning the Scottsboro Boys, which partly inspired the courtroom chapter in “Mockingbird”.

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