The Staten Island Artist Building Corporation (SIABC) is proud to be located in the Stapleton area of Staten Island.  It serves to building a stronger community by offering studio work space for creatively minded individuals. Artists and the community have embraced SIABC as a hub for creating, collaborating on, and showcasing their works.

 

 Set in a beautifully designed building, SIABC is open to all different genres of art.  Currently accommodating artists in photography, painting, silk screening, writing, video, and glass designing, SIABC is open to consider new and innovative genres and welcomes artists involved in cutting edge creative works.  The SIABC building includes private artist studios in a modern space including a common lounge area and kitchen.

 

 Aside from the main building, the SIABC Art Gallery / Performance Space has already seen its fair share of fantastic exhibitions from local artists, musical performances, and formal gatherings.  It is open to everyone and is available for reservation.  Several theatrical plays have been performed at the Gallery’s mini theater & stage and it is also available for smaller theater productions, business meetings, private parties, art showcases, and a host of different types of events.

 

 There is a located right next door to the  Gallery.  Expected to OPEN MAY 1st 2015.

 

 Staten Island Artist Building is pleased to share it’s space and resources with all Staten Island creatives with an outreach to all artists in New York City.  We look forward to the future of art and many more enjoyable experiences at our space with everyone.

John Salis

John Salis

Founder

Calvin Motte

Calvin Motte

Executive Coordinator

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or General Questions......
Contact
calvin DOT motte AT siabc DOT net
718.581.3622

Creative Team
VIctor Pizzo

VIctor Pizzo

Assistant Creative Director

Olga Panchenko

Olga Panchenko

Assistant Creative Director

David Altier

David Altier

Assistant Creative Director