Art Hill: St. George Sustainable Cultural District
|Staten Island Arts||Staten Island Arts cultivates a sustainable and diverse cultural community for the people of Staten Island by making the arts accessible to every member of the community, supporting and building recognition for artistic achievement, and providing artists, organizations, and arts educators the technical, financial and social resources to encourage cultural production.
shop and performance space in the St. George Ferry Terminal.
|Art @ Bay||ART at Bay is a collaborative gallery at 70 Bay Street, run entirely by local artists.|
|Art by the Ferry||An annual show sponsored by the Art @ Bay Gallery.|
|Staten Island Creative Community||Staten Island Creative Community is a not for profit, totally volunteer coalition of visual artists; photographers; musicians; performers; writers and film makers residing in Staten Island, N.Y. Our hope is to create an Arts District to attract and support the growing creative population and help stimulate the economic growth of Staten Island.|
|Galerie St. George||Galerie St. George, founded as a cooperative artists gallery in July, 2007 by photographer G. Emerson Brant, opened with the late Portuguese sculptor George Pissarro, and now includes local and international artists working in a variety of media and styles.|
|Harbor Lights Theater Company||Harbor Lights Theater Company is committed to illuminating the human experience by bringing to the community accessible, relevant, and at times thought-provoking professional theatrical productions and educational programs all designed to inspire new ways of thinking and self-expression.|
Second Saturday Staten Island is a monthly art walk including gallery openings and cultural events taking place in public spaces, popup galleries, restaurants, cafes, artist studios and apartments around the island's North Shore.
|St. George Theater||The magnificent St. George Theatre shines once again and serves Staten Island and all of New York. By polishing this treasured jewel, the integrity of its unique structure will be maintained and a major boost will be given to the revitalization efforts of this North Shore community.|