This Saturday: Take the Second Saturday Art Walk!
This coming Saturday, December 13th, is the last Second Saturday of 2014 along the Bay Street Corridor in the North Shore. Sure to again be an eventful day, the highlighted venues included here will be hosting art exhibitions, artist markets, dance, spoken word, and other arts inspired events.
For details as to times, addresses and other important information about each event, please visit This Way On Bay’s Calendar of Events.
ARTIST MARKETS AND OPEN STUDIOS
Staten Island Artist Market (SIAM) is a diverse group of artists who have created one of the North Shore ‘ s newest go-to markets every Second Saturday!.Offering unique creations at reasonable prices, there is something for everyone at this venue.
Art Lab’s Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair
Staff, local artists, craftsmen and faculty at this versatile arts venue have joined together this season to offer handcrafted pieces for sale . This market will have handmade jewelry, soaps, collectible artist trading cards, paintings and more.
Art Show and Open Studio – (Andrea Philips’ Studio)
This home studio will be open for visitors to come and peruse original artwork, homemade crafts, quilted handbags and even switchplates. Also, there will be a music show presented by local area musicians in the evening.
the newly opened arts shop and exhibition space run by Staten Island Arts carries locally produced art 7 days a week for your shopping pleasure. Currently on view: The Great Richmond, Greenberg and Corwin. A crowd sourced public sculpture/interactive game based installation.
EXHIBITIONS, PERFORMANC AND SPOKEN WORD
Photographer’s Show and Sale.
SNUG HARBOR CULTURAL CENTER – SHARP EXHIBITION
Drawings and photographs by Bethany Collins. Dance Performance by Melissa West.
DEEP TANKS STUDIO
Local Artist’s Exhibition and Open Mic . This is a final show for this venue.
HYPNO TROPIC COMICS
locally produced comics, art, magazines. Children’s book reading and signing by author Robb Teer.
STATEN ISLAND MUSEUM
Authentic Islander Stories. Richmond County inspired stories, music and poetry performance by Staten Islanders. A Five Boro Story Project Production. Free with Museum Admission. For more info, visit: www.fiveborostoryproject.org
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