Upcoming Events Calendar

Mar
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Native Soil: Incidence and Homescapes
Mar 24 @ 10:00 AM – Sep 23 @ 5:00 PM

Native Soil: Incidence and Homescapes is a large-scale retrospective of paintings by Sarah Yuster, spanning her thirty-year career.  Yuster’s work is subtle and intimate, sparking sentiments from viewers that explain her propensity to invoke a sense of “home.”  Yuster has had notable success as a portraitist, with works in two Smithsonian Museums and top university collections.

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Admission to the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art (Buildings C & G) is $5 ($4 students/seniors).  Spring – Autumn hours are Thurs-Fri 12:00 – 7:00 PM and Sat – Sun 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM. 

The following local businesses have provided generous support to Native Soil: Blue, Bayou and Beso Restaurants, Empire Outlets, Door to Door Realty, Snappy Solutions, Connie Lane Real Estate, and Victory State Bank.

Native Soil is made possible in part by a DCA Art Fund Grant from Staten Island Arts with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

May
17
Thu
Spring Flowers Walk
May 17 @ 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Visit Snug Harbor at its most beautiful!  We’ll walk through the Perennial, White, and Pond gardens, exploring our spring flowering bulbs and perennials and learning about their origins and significance with Snug Harbor’s Director of Horticulture, Greg Lord. This event is rain or shine.

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Recent restoration of the White Garden trellis was generously funded by Northfield Bank.

May
18
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2018 NYC DOE Borough Arts Festival
May 18 @ 11:00 AM – Jun 8 @ 5:00 PM

The NYC Department of Education’s Borough Arts Festival- Staten Island is proud to return to the Newhouse Center of Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor to showcase artwork created by students in grades Pre-K through 12 from District 31 and District 75.

The NYC DOE Borough Arts Festival- Staten Island is part of a series of borough-wide events where students will showcase the visual and performing arts projects they’ve worked on throughout the school year at art galleries, theaters, museums, and public spaces. This year, the student visual arts exhibition will feature approximately 180 exquisite pieces of 2D and 3D pieces of art. Initiated in 2015, the Borough Arts Festival showcases and celebrates the visual and performing arts talents and skills of New York City’s public school students.

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May
19
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PrideFest 2018
May 19 @ 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

The PrideFest Festival is an outdoor event showcasing local celebrity entertainment, food, merchandise, activities, and numerous community groups. Our five-hour stage show brings talent from within the tristate area and beyond to keep the party going all day. With over 80 vendors there is truly something for everyone.

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For questions, contact Marcy Carr at mcarr@pridecentersi.org or 718.808.1373.

The Art and Architecture of Snug Harbor (NYCxDesign)
May 19 @ 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Join us for a tour of America’s greatest concentration of original Greek revival buildings: Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden.

Sailor’s Snug Harbor was established in 1833 as America’s first charitable institution devoted to the care of retired seamen. When financial pressures forced Snug Harbor to relocate over a century later, the institution left behind a remarkable assemblage of Greek revival and Victorian buildings located on 130 verdant acres overlooking New York Harbor. The City of New York acquired the site in the 1970’s and established the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, providing artists’ studios, performance halls and exhibit spaces.

Your immersive tour will explore the history of the site, urban architectural preservation, the aesthetics of monumentalism, and a thousand and one unique design elements of our buildings, among the first of New York City’s landmarks. The tour will finish with a viewing of current exhibitions in the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art.

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PASS: emanate
May 19 @ 5:00 PM – 7:15 PM

Photo credit: Alyssa Rapp

Simone Johnson’s performance piece emanate explores her personal inquiry of and journey through various expressions of source.  Johnson invites others to experience elements of her creative process in a participatory workshop on May 26 where participants will play with the imagination as source.

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Simone Johnson is a Staten Island based collaborative movement and visual artist. She is currently exploring plant life, water and food sovereignty. Simone has a deep interest in exploring and developing experimental, collaborative, community-building and healing processes connected to community dance practice. She also aspires to one day be a nomadic, dancing, plant/fungi medicine making, desert sky gazing, mycelium growing, infused honey making, flower loving, cooking from scratch, fire tending farmer-seedkeeper.

Recent works include “Soil and Seed” performed at Movement for the People Dance Company’s 2017 Winter Intensive Studio Showing, “zero waste talismans: compost altar #3” presented at “Trash Capsules: Archives of Illness, Food and Diaspora”, a performance and visual art event curated by Kiera Bono and Alex Enzo Hope, and a number of works with cre-a-tion dance collective, including “Global Water Dances”, “Eos” and performing in the Apres Avant Garde Festival on the Staten Island Ferry and in front of the Whitehall Terminal, organized by the Dey de Dada Performance Art Collective.

May
22
Tue
Turn & Learn Compost Work Days (NYC Compost Project)
May 22 @ 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Enjoy the fresh air and beautiful surroundings while working on the NYC Compost Project demonstration site. The best way to learn about compost is to make it, and attending our Turn & Learns will make you a pro. Bring a water bottle, wear closed toe shoes and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. If you help us make compost, you can take compost. Please bring your own container.  (Please note this is a volunteer event and not a pick-up event. You must volunteer at the work day to receive compost. Supplies may be limited.) Registration is strongly recommended.

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The NYC Compost Project, created by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) in 1993, works to rebuild NYC’s soils by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities they need to make and use compost locally. NYC Compost Project programs are implemented by DSNY-funded teams at seven host organizations, including Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Big Reuse, Earth Matter NY, Lower East Side Ecology Center, Queens Botanical Garden, Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden, and The New York Botanical Garden. Learn more: www.nyc.gov/compostproject

Working Theater presents Alternating Currents
May 22 @ 7:00 PM – 8:45 PM

Photo credit: 2015 Alternating Currents workshop photo by Tuda Sarian

When two newly married electricians move to Electchester everything seems perfect: spacious apartment, low rent, friendly neighbors, and an incredibly close-knit community. But as they settle in, they discover how much they may need to give up in order to really belong.
Written by Adam Kraar and directed by Kareem Fahmy, Alternating Currents was commissioned by Working Theater as part of its multi-year, collaborative, community-based theater development and production project the Five Boroughs/One City Initiative.

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May
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Working Theater presents Alternating Currents
May 23 @ 7:00 PM – 8:45 PM

Photo credit: 2015 Alternating Currents workshop photo by Tuda Sarian

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Written by Adam Kraar and directed by Kareem Fahmy, Alternating Currents was commissioned by Working Theater as part of its multi-year, collaborative, community-based theater development and production project the Five Boroughs/One City Initiative.

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May
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Working Theater presents Alternating Currents
May 24 @ 7:00 PM – 8:45 PM

Photo credit: 2015 Alternating Currents workshop photo by Tuda Sarian

When two newly married electricians move to Electchester everything seems perfect: spacious apartment, low rent, friendly neighbors, and an incredibly close-knit community. But as they settle in, they discover how much they may need to give up in order to really belong.
Written by Adam Kraar and directed by Kareem Fahmy, Alternating Currents was commissioned by Working Theater as part of its multi-year, collaborative, community-based theater development and production project the Five Boroughs/One City Initiative.

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