Posts Tagged ‘Art on the Terrace’

Art by the Ferry 2016

July 30, 2016

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Day de Dada as the Art by the Ferry Fairies ask “What Inspires You ?” at Art by the Ferry 2016 sponsored by the Staten Island Creative Community (SICC)

Day de Dada facilitated the Staten Island observance of the “How to draw a bunny” facebook internet project, which included a live performance at Rhumfest in Kokomo Indiana on July 30, 2016 to celebrate the life of Ray Johnson a mail artist who used a bunny icon in much of his work. Many people contributed their version of bunnies to a community drawing.

 

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Second Saturday Spoken Word at Art on the Terrace

February 27, 2016

Second Saturday Spoken Word at Art on the Terrace is looking for performance artists, writers, lyricists, poets, and musician to share their unique point of view.    Come one, come all and share your words.  Or watch, listen and enjoy – we need audience members too 🙂

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Recently several Day de Dada Artists have appeared at Art on the Terrace to spread the Dada Word.

 

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Db Lampman showed her film “Home” which is an experimental video inspired by the experience of pregnancy
and is an exploration into the idea of the womb as a place of origin.
The audio track is composed of recorded actual womb sounds that have been mixed
so that they are sometimes comforting, sometimes menacing, sometimes hypnotic.

 

 

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Larry Schwabacher reading from his original Poem “My Fair One” combining Shakespeare with Larry’s own take on love.  Viv de Dada as “The Fair One”

 

 

Interested in performing ?  Check out the Second Sunday Spoken Word information page

 

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Postcards from Home – Art on the Terrace

December 13, 2015

“Postcards from Home”
December 13, 2015 – Second Sunday Word Sunday at Art on the Terrace


Postcards spread the good word about the new SICC Gallery “Art on the Terrace”

1. Provide 30 scenic New York postcards to be addressed and filled out by the audience at Art on the Terrace.
2. A small printed label is applied to the back of each postcard. This label will read:

Greetings from

Art on the Terrace – SICC Gallery
776 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island NY
sicreative.org

3. People are encouraged to add their own message and then address the postcards to friends, family, public officials etc
4. A Mail Box is provided to collect the finished postcards
5. Stamps are added and the postcards are mailed.