Second Saturday Staten Island
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.

January 10th, Art Walk

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Hypno-Tronic Comics
156 Stuyvesant Place

11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Comics and Things

Stop by the local, awesome comic book store to see locally-produced comics, 'zines, and art. Our very own Joe Reginella's viral internet Jaws bed will be here on display for a week!

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

For more information, call 718-720-0001

Culture Lounge
Staten Island Ferry Terminal

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Drawing From Memory

Tell a story, make a connection
In an age where people use email, texting, and social media to connect and tell their stories, actual human connection becomes more difficult to establish every day. What would happen if we took things offline and actually picked up the phone to connect with someone?
“Drawing From Memory,” created by Melissa Sarris and organized by Melanie Cohn, will ask strangers to connect over the phone by calling a toll-free number and telling a personal story of a childhood memory about, “water,” “crossings,” “journeys,” or “the city.” The call will be answered by an artist stationed in the gallery space at the St. George Terminal, who will create a drawing to illustrate or respond to the story. Artists from community partner Art Lab, as well as other local and visiting artists will offer their creative expertise. The completed drawings will be on display in the Culture Lounge from January 8 through March 22, 2015.
“Drawing From Memory” invites two strangers to enter into a singular exchange. A participant tells a childhood memory over the phone and the artist listens and creates a drawing based on that memory. The use of the telephone allows for an intimate yet comfortable exchange between strangers. For many people, drawing is a basic activity of childhood. For those who pursue art, drawing becomes a means of skilled expression and translation. “Drawing From Memory,” artists from community partner Art Lab offer their expertise to translate intangible memory into tangible form. The exchange becomes visible; the created drawing is an artifact of the experience that later becomes a gift to the storyteller.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center And Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art
Building C
SHARP Artist Residency Program: Bethany Collins and Melissa West

Bethany Collins is developing a series of new drawing and photographs inspired by identity and race as viewed through the prism of language. The artist recently completed a residency at the Studio Museum in Harlem. She earned BAs in Studio Art and Visual Journalism from the University of Alabama, and completed a Capstone International Semester Abroad at the Glasgow School of Art.
Melissa West, a performance artist, is investigating the dialogue between a moving body and the contours of the hills and shoreline of Staten Island. The artist has presented projects at the Greenbelt and the LUMEN Festival, and recently completed a residency at The Curiosity Project. She has an MA in Performance Studies from the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.

CPG Gallery
814 Richmond Terrace

1:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Gallery Open: 1-5pm
Reception: 5-8pm
The Edge featuring the work of Ken Martin


"One of the subjects I like to photograph is the junction of two opposing things, such as land and water, or solids and air, and explore the boundaries, like life at the edge of something, or the sharp edge of a building, what is at the edge of our nation, or just edgy pictures."

Featured Photographer Ken Martin

Andrea Phillips Studio
48 Montgomery Ave.

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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.


For more information, please email

Art Lab
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building H

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Exhibition dates: January 10th – February 22nd
Reception date: January 10th from 5-8PM
Art Lab's 12th Annual Open Show


Drop off dates: 
Jan. 2nd-6th during Art Lab's office hours (Mon-Thu 10am-7pm & Fri-Sun 10am-4pm
Two pieces accepted per person, $25 hanging fee. All credit cards accepted.
Entry forms are now available!
Go to > About > Forms 
Download: 2015 Artist Loan Agreement for 12th Annual Open Show 
All details within form. Call 718-447-8667 with any questions.

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

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Selections From the Permanent Collection

Selections from the permanent collection is an exhibit of artworks that have been acquired by the Staten Island LGBT Community Center from various donors. These works donated by foundations, private donors and the artists themselves form the core of the permanent collection and are normally displayed throughout the Center. This exhibit serves to bring the collection together, for the first time, in the Center’s public space to celebrate the artistic diversity of the LGBT community.
The 'Selections from the Permanent Collection' exhibition opens on Saturday, January 10, 2015 with a reception (part of Second Saturday Staten Island) from 6pm – 9pm.
The show is open to the public during Center hours, Monday – Friday from 1 to 8 PM, through February 9.
For more information, call 718.808.1360

Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Neighborhood Stage
208 Bay Street

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Staten Island OutLOUD’s series on Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird

Staten Island OutLOUD’s series on Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird continues with this free screening of a beautiful film by Polish filmmaker Piotr Kajstura, who is now based in New York City.
Winner of multiple film festival awards, this film combines magical realism with slave folk takes of the Deep South.  It is a lovely way to highlight some of the messages of Mockingbird:  Hope, community, questioning what we think we know, and striving against all odds.  The filmmaker will join us to talk about this unusual film; here’s your chance to enter into a dialogue about a very special project.
Baritone Anthony Turner will be our musical guest; he’ll sing I’ll Fly Away and other 19th century spirituals.  A Staten Island resident, Anthony has sung at the Kennedy Center, toured internationally with Laurie Anderson in Songs & Stories from Moby Dick, performed with Jessye Norman and appeared on the PBS Great Performances series, “Aida’s Brothers & SIsters”.

Flagship Brewery
40 Minthorne Street

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Open hours 2-11pm
Wahoo Skiffle Crazies @ Flagship Brewery

Join Staten Island's premiere (and only) jug band for a great set at the coolest (and only) local brewery!! 

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