Current Exhibit

SICC presents “Faces, Places, and Spaces” at Art on the Terrace Gallery. This exhibit will be on display Saturday, September 8 through Sunday, October, 14th.

Photograph by miguel Angel

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Art on the Terrace
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Staten Island, NY  10301

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SICC Upcoming Events

Regular Monthly Events at Art on the Terrace

Second Saturday Knitting & Crocheting Circle – Every Second Saturday from 10am – Noon 

Open to beginning as well as advanced knitters and crocheters.  Learn basics to complete a project, and advance your craft.

Second Saturday Art Discussion Group Every Second Saturday from 2 – 4 pm
This discussion group, led by photographer Steven Soloway and artist Douglas Latourette will be an open round table conversation on creativity and art.

Second Sunday Spoken Word  – Every Second Sunday from 3 -6 pm

Devoted to the Spoken Word.

We welcome all writers, including lyricists, to share their work on the second Sunday of every month.

Potluck Songwriter’s Circle – Every Last Monday from  7-9 pm at Art on the Terrace

An informal evening presenting different Staten Island songwriters each month in an intimate setting, playing their songs for the audience whose comments and participation in a dialogue about the creative process will be encouraged.

Special Events 

Phyllis Featherstone has been appointed Interim Treasurer of Staten Island Creative Community. Thank you Phyllis for accepting the position! We are happy to have you as an officer and look forward to working with you.


“Faces, Places, and Spaces” exhibit has been extended and will be on display through  Sunday, October 14th at Art on the Terrace gallery. Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 6 p.m.

Photograph by miguel Angel

The Knitting and Crocheting Circle will meet on Saturday, October 13, 10 – noon


The topic for the Artists Discussion Group Saturday, October 13, 2 – 4 is “Unknowing”. Unknowing makes it possible for anything to happen. When we don’t know, when we don’t have any expectations or fixed ideas, we truly begin to see what is actually there.

Artists of all genres and non-artists are welcome to join in the discussion.


Sunday, October 14, 3 – 6 pm, writer Joelle Morrison will be reading from her book “Stories from the Lower Eastside”. The book is a series of short stories with each chapter dedicated to a friend, neighbor and/or acquaintance of Joelle’s from the “old neighborhood”. They are sometimes amusing, other times tragic but always an interesting account of the characters that inspired Joelle to write their stories.

Light refreshments will follow the program.

This program was made possible by a grant from DCA and administered by Staten Island Arts.


Our next exhibit will be “Fractals, Math, and Other Forbidding Topics”. This show will run from Saturday, October 20 through Sunday, November 18. Work can be brought to the gallery Monday and Tuesday, October 15 and 16, 6 – 8. Artists can pick up work that was displayed in the “Faces, Places, and Spaces” show on those dates.

Opening Reception, Saturday, October 20, 6 – 9

SICC Associate Members are invited to participate in this exhibit.

*We are happy to report that sales of artwork from recent shows has been great. Nine pieces  from the “Dog Daze of Summer” and three from the “Faces, Places, and Spaces” shows were sold.


Spoken Word Presents “The Elephant in the Room”

As part of the BWAC Performance Series, on October 27twriters from the Staten Island Creative Community, writers from Mad Gleam in Manhattan, and writers from the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition will present original and provocative work during “The Elephant in the Room” from 2 – 5 pm at BWAC. Writers will include Brian Sheffield of Mad Gleam Press, well known story teller , Druanne Dillon, poet Julie Bentsen, and Poets and Writers grant recipient, Marilyn Kiss. Rachel Isaacs will sing her award winning song “Universal Lullaby” and her band will entertain after the reading.

For more information or to sign up to read, please contact Robin Lampman at

Art by the Ferry Redux – On Sunday, October 28, 12 -6 pm, artists and crafters who participated in Art by the Ferry on Sunday, August 19 are invited to set up a table at Art on the Terrace. There will be no charge and tables should not exceed 6′. Spaces are limited and will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Please contact Linda Rossi


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Art by 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.