Galleries and Art Spaces
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Staten Island Arts Culture Lounge 10 Ferry Terminal Drive, Staten Island, NY 10301
Staten Island Arts’ Culture Lounge is a gallery, meeting place, and project space located inside the St. George Ferry Terminal. It's also home to Staten Island Arts' administrative offices.
Staten Island Arts' Culture Lounge exhibits both international and local artists, including visual artists, poets, musicians, writers, and performers. The focus is on artistic projects that are place-based–examining local communities, helping people consider their environs in new ways, exploring how neighborhoods might be more livable and sustainable, and/or creating ways visitors can become more socially engaged.
As the borough's local arts council, Staten Island Arts is interested in building a bridge between the viewing audience and artists–creating a cultural experience for the nearly 75,000 Staten Island Ferry passengers who go through the ferry terminal each day (over 21 million people a year). The goal is to turn passengers into participants — engaging them with art, and inspiring them to venture past the terminal and into the cultural hotspots found all over the island.
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building H
Art Lab is a non-profit 501 (c)3 art school located on the property of Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Art Lab offers four semesters of classes and workshops throughout the year. These classes provide art instruction and appreciation for students of all ages, beginners to advanced levels. Art Lab is a valued member of New York's arts and educational community and is a vital part of the cultural life of Staten Island. See our Classes page for complete details on all class offerings.
Creative Photographer's Guild
814 Richmond Terrace
The Creative Photographers Guild is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization of photographers, from novice to professional, whose mission is to bring the universally expressive power of photography to the community. The Guild also aims to provide a vibrant avenue for the promotion and appreciation of the creative and innovative world of photography to the greater New York community, especially Staten Island. In service of those goals, the Guild opened the CPG Gallery in March of 2009 on Staten Island's arts-oriented North Shore. CPG Gallery is the premier photography gallery on Staten Island, and is dedicated to innovation in photography.
73 Wave Street
Hub 17 is a platform devoted to contemporary art creation and exhibition. We are a center of resources for the community revolving around visual, audio, and the media arts.
SI Artist Building Gallery
73 Wave Street
At the SI Artist Building, we take pride in offering the first professional private rental studios under one roof, with close to 7,000 square feet of work space for artists alone. Our gallery showcases the work of many talented local artists.
Art on the Terrace
Staten Island Creative Community
776 Richmond Terrace
The Staten Island Creative Community has a new home, Art on the Terrace Gallery, 776 Richmond Terrace, SI, NY 10301 (near the corner of Clinton Ave,
1 1/2 blocks from Snug Harbor. Our normal hours of operation are Thursday and Friday, 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 12 noon - 6:00 pm.
Everything Goes Book Cafe
208 Bay Street
Home of used books and organic espresso, organic chocolate, stage events, garden patio, vinyl records, local Art and CD's.
Andrea Phillips Studio
48 Montgomery Ave
Local artist Andrea Phillips opens her home each Second Saturday to showcase art and live performances. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional information.
Staten Island Pride Center
25 Victory Boulevard, 3rd Floor
The Staten Island Pride Center is an initiative of Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI), an agency with a long track record of service to the Island's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. We provide LGBT individuals and their families with direct access to local services and activities promoting their overall physical, mental and emotional well-being.
307 St. Marks Place
Sky Light Center, a clubhouse on Staten Island established in 1988, is committed to offering quality rehabilitation services and support to individuals recovering from psychiatric disabilities. Employment, educational opportunities, social activities, community services and affordable housing are offered through mutual support. These programs are designed to improve our member's quality of life. The Clubhouse empowers members to regain their role in the community. Through ongoing systematic self-evaluation, we strive to enhance our services, thereby assuring integrity of the clubhouse.