Join us at Hub 17 on December 9th for an artist market to celebrate holiday cheer! Come by and get your holiday shopping done with handcrafted goods and pieces of expression that is sure to make an excellent gift for your loved ones.
Join us for a special pop-up market full of vintage and retro clothing and accessories!
Featuring live music and multiple vendors, including:
Dolly's Vintage Rack
Claw Machine Vintage
There will be multiple pop-up holiday markets happening on the same day in the same neighborhood (MakerSpace, Hub17, Duzer's Local, and Search Party Studio)! So come stroll through Stapleton, say hi to your friends, and support local artists and small businesses!
Snacks and wine will be available!
71 Wave Street, Search Party Studio
December 9th, Noon-4:30pm
Renee’s Knitting Circle meets every Second Saturday at Art on the Terrace. The Knitting Circle is open to beginning as well as advanced knitters. Beginners learn basics to complete a project, and more advanced knitters will learn to advance their craft. Participants should bring to first session worsted weight yarn #4 on label, and #8 knitting needles.
SICC/Art On The Terrace events and exhibits are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by Staten Island Arts.
“Winter Holidays Show” at Art on the Terrace
The “Winter Holidays Show” celebrates the beauty and dreams of this festive season.
Open 12 pm to 9 pm
Special events at Art on the Terrace
Knitting Circle: Saturday, December 9, 10 am-12 pm
Crafting Cloth Dolls Workshop: Saturday Dec 9, 12-2 pm
Schaghticoke~You Can Go Home Again' stems from a visit to the small rural community at the northern most edge of Rensselaer County in upstate New York where I grew up. Attending a class reunion, suddenly I was looking at the area with a different set of eyes. While growing up many of the local sights there were taken for granted. No longer mundane, they are sights of great beauty.
The photos evoke memories from everyone's childhood and teenage years, but seen with a difference perspective.
One session of 3 hours, Saturday, October 14, 12:30-3:30 pm. The class is free, but is limited to 6 students.
You must reserve the space with a refundable deposit of $10, (refundable after your child attends the class).
SICC is a 501(c)3 non-profit org; donations are always welcome.
Call or text 917-796-7279 to confirm your child’s reservation. Please leave a phone # for a confirmation call back/text. Once confirmed, you can go to our website: www.sicreative.org and make your $10 refundable deposit via a credit card. (Click on DONATE, and make the $10 deposit, and add a message that the $ is for the Clay Workshop deposit.)
Class is to be taught by Henry Glener, Clay Artist and Member of The Staten Island Creative Community. SICC will provide all the materials. A sketch of what your child would like to make would be helpful. To protect the integrity of the piece, a hair dryer would be useful to help the drying process.
SICC/Art On The Terrace events, exhibits, workshops are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by Staten Island Arts.
Join us on September 9th for a free roundtable discussion on Almost Like We Know with exhibiting artist David Loncle at Snug Harbor's Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art.
The collection of paintings in Almost Like We Know is about a feeling of distance. Artist David Loncle looks at the spaces inside and out of us that form and inform the structures of our living. In an exploration of change and uncertainty, Loncle asks how meaning arises through recognition and the lack thereof. This work seeks to make visible—in some uncertain way—the conventions, questions, and boundaries that define.
David Loncle is a Staten Island native working as an Adjunct Professor at the College of Staten Island teaching studio art and civics. He is a painter, writer, teacher, and gardener.
Forest no. 2 is a group show curated within a forest installation built by SB Kosinski
This show will include the work of Artists
Tianshi Xiao ,Dove Drury ,Kylin O'Brien ,Patti Kelly ,Katie Raffa
Daniel C. Boyer ,Aviva Grossman ,Anastasiya Gutnik
Si Chen ,Hugo Rojas ,Deanna Kei ,Cristina Ferrigno ,Jen Gallo
Rachel Therres ,Michael Shannon ,Brittany DiLeo ,HH Coatl
Katrina Bello, Cailie Mitchell
"The Summer Art Show" at Art on the Terrace
“Summer is the best time to catch the Staten Island Creative Community in full bloom with art and crafts at its Art On The Terrace Gallery – immerse yourself in our cool vibes and refreshing views.”
Gallery is open Noon to 9 pm
Artist Reception is 7 to 9 pm
Photographer Michael McWeeney
Staten Island photographer David Saul sets out with his camera to find all kinds of scenes in the streets of New York City. Points of View is a show inspired by the cityscapes of Manhattan, Staten Island, and South Florida, connecting them through their varied landscapes and interesting juxtapositions.
Note:: The opening reception of Points of View is free of charge. The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art is located in buildings C&G. General admission to the Newhouse Center is $5 ($4 for students/seniors, free for Snug Harbor Members), and summer hours are Wed-Sun, 10 AM-5 PM.
Creative crafts, handmade finery and jewelry, and a selection of fine art will be available for purchase at the Hand Craft Fair at Art on the Terrace. Come, be inspired, and enjoy the creative process.
cre·a·tiv·i·ty n. the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work.
Brandon Stone's imaginary landscapes will be on display June 10-July 2, 2017 at the Gallery at Art Lab, the Art School located at Snug Harbor Cultural Center.
Brandon is attracted to many styles of painting and has painted in many- it's a happy mix of the two poles of abstraction and realism that he is after in this series: Imaginary Landscapes.
Brandon grew up in Brooklyn, New York and earned a degree from the School of Visual Arts where he majored in painting and illustration. He also studied at the Arts Students League with Harvey Dinnerstien and David Laffel.
Reception for the artist will be held on June 10, 2-4PM. Call Art Lab for more information: 718-447-8667.
Jerry Coppola, will host his first art show, Wildlife and Landscapes, which will be featured on Saturday, June 10th from noon - 6 pm at Art On The Terrace Gallery,
776 Richmond Terrace, SI, NY. 10301
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Twenty masterful and colorful oil paintings will be exhibited at the Gallery encompassing animals in wild frontiers to marsh landscapes to hidden forest sanctuaries.
Jerry Coppola, a native of Brooklyn, NY, has been living and painting on Staten Island for over 40 years. A realist painter working predominantly in oils and watercolor, he attended the New York Institute of Technology and the Art Career School.
He began his professional career as a commercial artist for Family Circle Magazine. Then, after being drafted and while serving as a Military Police officer, he also painted murals for the military. Afterward, he worked as a commercial artist in Manhattan as well as a financial planner.
Jerry says, "I have always wanted to explore, through paint, the cool blue atmosphere of a forest during winter’s early morning.” Jerry loves nature’s beauty and its wildlife.Major influences on Jerry are Andrew Wyeth, Thomas Hart Benton and Winslow Homer.
“While Wyeth and Homer were quintessentially American, and also provide a sense memory for technical precision, Benton was near and dear to me - Benton was, at heart, an illustrator. I started as an illustrator for the army, and have grown to feel that my paintings, where possible, should tell a story.”
Local Pop Art Folk Duo " House of Cadre will perform original songs include new songs composed by
Dennis is an Artist / Singer Song writer, Hiroko is teaching artist / community organizer.
Before House of Cadre's live, SI Out Event " "ONE BOOK, ONE NY" Passages from
"AMERICANAH" by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will happen from 3:00 pm
Am What I Am / We Are Who We Are is a photographic depiction of the diversity of a portion of the world in which we live. It’s a celebration of who we are!
We must learn to accept and embrace our diversities. By doing so, we will continue to grow and flourish.
Join us for the Opening Reception on Sat. May 13, 2017 6-9 pm
Staten Island’s Creative Incubator HUB 17
In collaboration with Media Producer
Frances Wilson Nollez
Presents for Exhibition and Sale
the works of
Synthia St. James, Charles Bibbs
Synthia SAINT JAMES is a world renowned multicultural visual artist, award-winning author and or illustrator of 17 children’s books, authored an autobiographical art marketing book, 3 poetry books, a book of affirmations, and a cookbook. She is most celebrated for designing the first Kwanzaa Stamp for the United States Postal Service in 1997, for which she received a History Maker Award, and for the international cover art for Terry McMillan’s book Waiting to Exhale.
Charles Bibbs is a contemporary visual artist entrepreneur and philanthropist. His work is featured in museums, galleries, organizations, and homes of many collectors, displays a deep sense of Spirituality, Majesty, Dignity, Strength, and Grace in his images, that is done in a combination of realistic and larger-than-life interpretations of contemporary subjects that are ethnically rooted.
Every picture tells a story…we've all heard that. But does it? Does every photo need to tell a story?
On Saturday, May 13th (1-5 p.m.,) featured photographer Robin George will host a closing party and general discussion of conveying emotion vs. storytelling in photography. Join us, and be part of the conversation exploring topics such as "Is photography art," and "Is digital manipulation still photography?"
Light refreshments will be served.
"All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth." - Richard Avedon
Note: 'Completely Undone' exhibit remains on view through Sunday, May 14th.
The display of two large, colorful paintings in acrylic on canvas by St. George resident and artist,
Helen Levin. Work now part of the NYPL collection for the new and exciting Stapleton Library. Please
learn about the library programs, offerings, and resources. Celebrate Second Saturday!
Painting Titles -- (L) "Nature," and (R) "Journey Sequence"
The Children's Room, Upper walls
John Skelson (Photographer, American) was an instructor since the 1970's up until the time of his death in November 2015. A selection of his work is on display in Art Lab's main gallery space. In our hallway gallery, students that studied with John through the years have works on display. May 6 - May 28, 2017
Join us for a fun easy night of Pure UnAmerican Fun with Films and such.