Stay up late for Moth Night! Revel in the beauty of moths and learn about their life cycles and habitats.
Free/Donations Welcome Giraffes are gentlemen, aardvarks are card sharks, and animals rule the world in this retelling of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. When young lioness Violet is separated from her twin ...
Join us in celebrating this new exhibit! Young people from the Staten Island Urban Center worked with artist Caryn T. Davis and public historian Debbie-Anne Paige to create unique works of art based on the history of Black communities on Staten Island. Students altered and reinterpreted preexisting books, recycling them into an artistic form with their own photographs, collages, paintings, and drawings.
This discussion centers on the memory of Staten Islander James Zappalorti and the ways in which his unfortunate death created and continues to inspire social change. Join Yes, And artists Terry S. Hardy and Paul Moakley, James’ brother Robert Zappalorti, and NYC Anti-Violence Executive Director Beverly Tillary – in conversation with selection panelist Ed Woodham – followed by a Q&A.