www.StatenIslandArts.org, www.SiFerry.com

Staten Island Creative Community's annual arts onslaught, which begins Friday evening, is more compact this year
— but Art by the Ferry 2013 still a free, family-friendly entertainment weekend.

The music starts at the ferry on Sunday at the water-side platform
just outside the St. terminal.
Among the performers will be Cadre of Two, Lou Terry, Jamie Glass,
Joan Caddell & The Midnight Choir, The North Shore Four, Allergic to Bs, Paradox, The Wahoo, Skiffle Crazie, Pee Blue and the Make Believers
and Red Storm.

Celebrated sand sculptor Matt Long will headline
the festival's visual art component, Saturday at 60 Bay St., noon to 9 p.m.
Several dozen artists many of them local will show
in the first-floor gallery suite at 60 Bay.



These are some of the musicians that performed at ART BY THE FERRY 2012.
Captured by FLINT GENNARI/www.FineArtFotos.com and worked up when he had the opportunity to showcase his art at the ST. GEORGE THEATRE for the Night of Island Originals April 13, 2013.
These images are currently on display at 60 Bay Street until the end of July.
Prints are 12x18 and the I/2 price show specials are 150 each; they make excellent gifts for your musician friends and smaller sizes are available.
Please call or text the photographer at 917 273 7883.



A celebration of arts, culture and education in St. George. This festival will solidify the art community across generational lines, showcase the vibrant and culturally-diverse life on Staten island, provide venues for the arts, enliven the streets of St George and create an economic stimulus for local business.
In 2009 we had a some rather large buildings to display our art.  We got something like 6000 people off the boat that weekend and it was overall quite a big success!

The hard work it takes to organize a festival that features over 100 artists, 30 bands and various performers is done by volunteers who are members of the Staten Island Creative Community and some of their friends and partners.