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.

December 13th, Art Walk

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SI Artist Building
73 Wave St.

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

The Staten Island Artist Market (SIAM) will take place on Saturday December 13 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Staten Island Artist Building (SIABC) complex located at 73 Wave St. in the Stapleton neighborhood of Staten Island. The Artist Market is ramping up the excitement in December with a raffle featuring handmade creations made by the market artists and a fashion photo shoot.  The market and events are free to the public.
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at the Holiday Photo Shoot at the Staten Island Artist Market.  From 1 to 3 pm, a live pin up model in classic retro clothing from Hey Viv ! will showcase handmade, one of a kind, wearable art pieces made by SIAM artisans.  Photographer Amy Almos will take pictures of each look. Professional lighting will be provided by Ken Graham of Kenneth Paul Media Studio.  It’s a Fashion meets Art event at SIAM!
The fun doesn’t stop there. At 5:00 pm, names will be drawn for the winners of the raffle. The prizes will be baskets of art, each containing several handmade items created by the market artists.

Every Thing Goes Furniture Store
17 Brook St.

11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thrifty Vintage Christmas Delights under the Tent

Visit us under the big tent at ETG Furniture for holiday linens, dishes and decorations at nifty thrifty prices!  Vintage tablecloths, blankets, pillows.  Lovely dish sets, mugs, serving platters. Beautiful wreaths, candles, ornaments, Christmas stockings, picture frames, gift wrap, and figures large and small.   
Peggy Wonder will demonstrate how to make your own macrame snowflakes - at 3pm and by request.  We’ll provide the materials for free.

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.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center And Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Bethany Collins & Melissa West
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art located in building C
SHARP Exhibition

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 - 5:00 PM
Holiday Show & Sale

$100 and Under Affordable Art Show & Sale

Milk And Honey Tattoo Parlour
819 Castleton Ave.

1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Milk and Honey Tattoo Parlour's 2nd Annual Tattooed Santa Toys For Tots Drive

Join us as our good friend and chef/artist/personality extraordinaire R.Bear Karito transforms into Tattooed Santa! Get your photo taken with him and his elf. Bring a new, unwrapped toy for our annual Toys For Tots Drive, and join us for refreshments and a shop full of tattooed holiday cheer!
Milk and Honey Tattoo Parlour was extablished in 2013 by female tattooers and mothers Magie Serpica and Liz Manzolini.  Aside from solid tattooing, these ladies believe in giving back to the community through their art, and have participated in a variety of community service events supporting LGBT, Anti-bullying, and individuals in need, to name a few.

Art Lab
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building H

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Opening Reception: Dec. 13, 2-4pm
Exhibition Dates: Dec. 8 – Dec. 31, 2014

Recent Paintings at the ART LAB by DOMENICK DENARO

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.


She will be serving hot cider and soup. Additionally she'll have art work for sale for the holidays including patchwork and other things.


For more information, please email

Staten Island Makerspace
450 Front Street

3:00 PM - 6:00 AM
Light refreshments will be served.
MISDIRECTION - Public Exhibition by 'Make Your Future' Artist-in-Residence Marina Roselli

Marina Roselli spent the last six months at the SI MakerSpace as a Make Your Future artists-in-residents. During her residency, Marina has been exploring the connections in our minds between what we smell and what we see. Scents have the power to evoke powerful memories, and when combined with images and visual shapes, they often make us think about the world in different ways.

Come join this free exhibition to see and smell the body of work that she has created.

Staten Island Museum
75 Stuyvesant Place

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Authentic Islander Diaries

Lift your Island pride and awareness with borough-inspired stories, music, and poetry performances from true Staten Islanders.
Stories from Marguerite Maria Rivas, Alexis Sottile, and more!
Poetry from Thomas Fucaloro
Music inspired by SI folklore from Bob Wright
Share your own stories, memories, and anecdotes in our Open Forum!
Authentic Islander Diaries is presented in conjunction with the Staten Island Museum.
The Staten Island Museum is located at 75 Stuyvesant Place. For directions, CLICK HERE.

Hypno-Tronic Comics
156 Stuyvesant Place

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Robb Teer reads GLOOM AND DREAD

Stop by the local, awesome comic book store to see locally-produced comics, 'zines, and art.
Robb Teer will be at Hypno-Tronic Comics reading his children's book and will do a signing afterwards

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

For more information, call 718-720-0001

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

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Vintage/Modern is a collaborative art installation featuring members of SAGE at Pride Center of Staten Island and their allies. This project was created to be a visual display of the empowerment provided by these two dynamic LGBT organizations to their members and shown through their own eyes.
Utilizing the modern concept of the “selfie”, these prints were inspired by Tintype, a vintage photographic process but printed on metal in a more modern technique juxtaposing the “vintage” and the “modern”.

Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Neighborhood Stage
208 Bay Street

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
HolyDays #2

Art exhibit and live music from the heart by local songwriters and improvisers
Music and more by Agent Seven, Gypsum Roses, and others.
Paintings by Julia Simoniello, Christina Ferrara, and Jackie Cassen.

Deep Tanks
150 Bay St.

8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Not Handicap Accessible
That’s All Folks....The final show at Deep Tanks

The Artists
Music -10pm
Hosted by AI FIREFLY

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