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2018

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : SANTO MAROTTA Cultural Icons
 
TUESDAY
MAY
1
 
2pm SANTO MAROTTA ART HANG
 
THURSDAY
MAY 3
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
7:30

BRAINSTORM Open dIscussion event
TONIGHT'S TOPIC: ARTIFICIAL HUMAN BEINGS aka ROBOTS

. Great topic! Come tune in and maybe even add your voice to the discussion.

 
FRIDAY
MAY 4
 
7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS: BOB FEST 1

 
SATURDAY
MAY 5
 
7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS: BOB FEST 2

 
SUNDAY
MAY 6
  MAD BOOK CLUB - Marilyn And Diana's BOOK CLUB: Meeting once a month on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm. "Please come and join us!"
 
2-5 IRISH TRAD SEISIUN - Founded by local favorites, Linda Hickman, Douglas Barr, and Bob Wright, and managed by Staten Island Arts Folklife, the Staten Island Seisiún offers musicians and music lovers an afternoon of music and shared camaraderie onstage and off. As per tradition, these open sessions are informal gatherings dedicated to the practice and performance of Irish traditional music unlike an ordinary concert. The Staten Island Seisiún brings together Staten Island’s own with great practitioners of traditional Irish music from the other boroughs and New Jersey, and is open to musicians of all levels and ages. All are invited to bring their own instruments and join in to expand repertoire and technique.

Traveling Notice: May 6th is the date of the Five Boro Bike Tour, and Bay Street may be closed in front of Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Neighborhood Stage. If you plan to drive, please check road closures. If street parking is challenging, there is nearby parking on Central Ave. at the St. George Garage. Public transportation to the venue includes: MTA Staten Island Railway to the Tompkinsville stop & Buses S46, 48, 51, 61, 62, 66, 74, 76, 78. The venue is a 15 minute walk from the Staten Island Ferry terminal.

Presented by Staten Island Arts!
 
  CRAFTING CLOTH DOLLS - Women and Older Girls are invited to a FREE WORKSHOP Create simple handmade cloth dolls, supplies will be provided. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, for beginners and those who already love to craft. Join me in another unique community art project! Photos of the dolls with thoughts you share will be exhibited during 2018! Organized by Everet/CreativeDesigner 917-447-7352 thedollsays@gmail.com
 
WEDNESDAY
MAY 9
 
7:30 ART: MELTING CLOCKS expressionistic experience with STVJNS DAUGHS and MARK NILSEN
 
8pm THEATER: "STUPIFIED" with JINGI. JINGI is a SPOLIN based improvisor. Although STUPIFIED is not a improvised piece it is a composition incorporating Spolin's object and space work and long form improvisational referencing ( Jeff Mchalski influence ) along with cinematic syntax which created this experimental performance piece.
 
THURSDAY
MAY 10
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
MAY 11
 
8pm MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN Masterful keyboard magic and vocal brilliance shine when these creative powerhouses re-interpret classic songs of peace and love from the higher vibration end of the pop-culture songbook of the 60s and 70s
 
SATURDAY
MAY 12
 
4-6 ART: Reception for SANTO MAROTTA new paintings..
 
7:30 JIM INDELLICATO
 
8:30 HALF MOON
 
SUNDAY
MAY 13
  MOTHERS' DAY
 
TUESDAY
MAY 15
 
7pm

3RD WAVE : "CULTURE EATS STRATEGY FOR BREAKFAST"
A presentation by BREUK IVERSEN

This slide show lecture covers an epic battle between the Baby Boomers (Industrialists) vs. the Millennials (Technologists) through the eyes of futurist, Alvin & Heidi Toffler (Future Shock). Over 200 images will be displayed showing HOW a game-changing Technology Revolution (aka 3rd Wave) is rapidly altering 300 years of the Industrialists perspective and control (paper money, magazines, news papers, books, retail stores, etc...), bite by byte. There is NOTHING ANYONE can do to STOP (Bitcoin, Facebook, AI, Deep Learning & Singularity) what is already happening, today, under your nostrils. There will be a Q&A at the end. 

 
THURSDAY
MAY 17
 
7pm MUSIC: D.D. SIMS: Passionate singer plays AutoHarp with Biblical songs
 
FRIDAY
MAY 18
 
 
8pm JOHN S. HALL in "SILK CUT"

Wikipedia states "John S. Hall is an American poet, author, singer and lawyer perhaps best known for his work with King Missile, an avant-garde band that he co-founded in 1986 and has since led in various incarnations."

On May 18th, he is traveling across the pond to ETG to play for you.
RB Korbet will join him on guitar.

$10 Admission @ door

 

 
SATURDAY
MAY 19
 
8pm JULIA SANE SIMONIELLO
Artful ghostly ambient voice and guitar and electronics.
 
8:30 HEGAZY The twin sisters OMNIA and LEILA perform exquisitely soulful harmonies, playful keyboard lines, dirty guitars, and catchy pop melodies.
 

SUNDAY
MAY
20

   
   
 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
 
TUESDAY
MAY 22
   
 
7-9

COME PLAY WITH US 
GAMES NIGHT
Scrabble, Chess, Checkers, Go,

 
WEDNESDAY
MAY 23
 
7:30

PARANORMAL BRAINSTORM OPEN MIC 
Ever meet a ghost, or had an out-of-body experience? Ever meet someone from another dimension, or another world? Any significant telepathic experiences? Lucid dreams? Past life memories? Precognition? Come and tell your story, or just listen to others telling theirs. Share your thoughts in the discussions that happen. Fun! :-)
    "They call it paranormal because it doesn't fit into the standard mainstream scientistic paradigm we have decided is NORMAL. Rather than accepting that we don't completely understand yet how our reality works, we have created a sort of intellectual ghetto to put these experiences in, where they can be 'safely' ignored. We have named that ghetto PARANORMAL"

 
THURSDAY
MAY 24
 
7:30 ARTIST SLIDE NIGHT  Join us the 4th Thursday of every month to project slides of artwork. Each meeting offers the opportunity to present and discuss your work and receive feedback in a safe, supportive space with interested fellow artists. Bring digital images of your work on a thumb drive, or other standard computer storage format such as DVD or internet website.
 
FRIDAY
MAY 25
 
7:30

LETTERS and MUSIC: TYLER LARSEN and AMANDA CROCE: Poetry, Music, and the magic that happens when they meet.
   A regular at the ETG open mics, Tyler and Amanda aim to impart as much feeling on the viewers as possible. With Tyler’s original spoken word poetry and Amanda’s heartfelt voice, Letters and Music is sure to leave an impression. With each art form a honest expression of love, loss, pain and joy... the combination is nothing short of amazing. So come and support local artists and artist spaces and we promise you will leave with no regrets. Hope to see you there!!!

SATURDAY
MAY 26
  MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
 
3-6 PUSHKIN SOCIETY with Boris and Victoria
RUSSIAN POETRY and MUSIC
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
 
 
SUNDAY
MAY 27
 
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP : BOOK "Conquering Fear"

 
TUESDAY
MAY 29
 
7-9

BACK TO THE OLD DAYS: Come and groove with DJ DAISY
in our record room; enjoy 33s 45s and 78s!
(all selections will be for sale)

 
WEDNESDAY
MAY 30
   
12:30 Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
 
THURSDAY
MAY 31
 
7:30 SMALL IS NECESSARY: SHARED LIVING ON A SHARED PLANET
   Researcher ANITRA NELSON, Associate Professor at the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University (Melbourne, Australia), and author of a new book on eco-collaborative living, "Small is Necessary: Shared Living on a Shared Planet" in discussion with DANCING RABBIT ECOVILLAGE, an ingenius scientific alternative-village-scale sustainable living project, robust and growing in rural northeast Missouri. They will talk via Skype about the real ways living together can make us environmentally sustainable by reducing our ecological footprint and increasing community cooperation. Anitra Nelson will be live on our stage and Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage will be live via Skype on our big screen, with a Q & A session to follow.

Eco-collaborative housing covers different forms of sharing from joint/shared households, to sharing land, communes, cohousing, squats and ecovillages. Low impact living and low carbon housing are top of the list for housing futures. Sharing can be more affordable, more convivial and more sociable.

Everyone is welcome to the conversation and discussion afterwards. Also Anitra's books will be available to buy at a discount and Anitra can sign copies.

 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : KRYSTAL FLOOD-AQUILINO photography
 
FRIDAY
JUNE
1
   
   
 
SATURDAY
JUNE 2
 
4pm BOOK: R.J. FOX "AWAITING IDENTIFICATION"   R.J. FOX is the author of “Love & Vodka: My Surreal Adventures in Ukraine” and “Tales from the Dorkside.”He is also an award-winning writer of short stories, plays, poems, and screenplays. He will share his novel "AWAITING IDENTIFICATION" Inspired by an article in the Detroit Free Press and set against the backdrop of a Devil’s Night party at legendary Detroit concert venue and nightclub, Saint Andrew’s Hall, Awaiting Identification details the final night on earth for five lost souls.
 
7:30 MIND GUERILLAS with Steve Jones Daughs - songs and audities
 
8pm "DISTANT LANDS" - GERA CLARK & TOM DUBAS songs and music with TONY GARNIER, JOHN BERTSCHE, STEVE JONES DAUGHS
 
SUNDAY
JUNE 3
  MAD BOOK CLUB - Marilyn And Diana's BOOK CLUB: Meeting once a month on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm. "Please come and join us!"
 
TUESDAY
JUNE 5
 
6:30 SIDA: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 6
   
12:30 Ellen Lytle WRITING WORKSHOP
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 7
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 8
 
7:30 THE YELLOW
  
The Yellow is a baroque alternative duo with blues influence native to Staten Island, New York. They consist of Grove Rune on keys and vocals and Mark Maldonado on drums. Stylistically ranging from blues to progressive, and emotionally ranging from thoughtfulness to sarcasm with a dash of confusion.

The Yellow
instagram: theyellowthemusic
facebook: theyellowthemusic

 
SATURDAY
JUNE 9
   
 
SUNDAY
JUNE 10
   
   
   
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 13
   
   
   
   
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 14
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 15
   
7:30 MELTING CLOCKS - Sing Song Ping Pong wirh Mark Nilsen and Steve Jones Daughs
   
8:30 GWENDOLYN FITZ
 
SATURDAY
JUNE 16
  BLOOM'S DAY
  SI OUTLOUD: ULYSSES by JAMES JOYCE
 
SUNDAY
JUNE 17
  FATHERS' DAY
 
TUESDAY
JUNE 19
  JUNETEENTH
   
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 21
  Summer Solstice
   
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 22
   
   
   
 
SATURDAY
JUNE 23
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP : BOOK "Conquering Fear"

  BOOK EVENT
 

SUNDAY
JUNE 17

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 27
12:30 Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
   
   
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 28
   
   
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 29
   
  MIND GUERILLAS: STEVE JONES DAUGHS: Rhythm and Purples
   
  PANNACOUSTICUM: MATTHIAS ETTER - Violin magic in 3D
SATURDAY
JUNE 30
  Richard Wonder; Geoff Coe Day
   
3pm Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop CLASS READINGS
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
   
   
 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : ROBERT AKOTIA paintings
 
SUNDAY
JULY
1
   
   
 
TUESDAY
JULY 3
   
   
 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 4
  INTERDEPENDENCE DAY; RAINBOW GATHERING;
   
 
THURSDAY
JULY 5
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
   
7:30

GOOD ALIEN ABDUCTIONS

 
FRIDAY
JULY 6
 
7:30 ARTIE KOENIG; CHARLES CALOIA; ANTONIO MARCALLA
 
SATURDAY
JULY 7
   
7:30 SIAMS: TRIBUTE TO LINDA RONSTADT, JOHN PRINE, STEVE GOODMAN
 
TUESDAY
JULY 10
   
6:30 SWING LEFT FUNDRAISER
 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 11
   
   
   
   
 
THURSDAY
JULY 12
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
JULY 13
   
8pm PEACE TRAIN
 
SATURDAY
JULY 14
   
   
 

SUNDAY
JULY 15

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
 
TUESDAY
JULY 17
   
  "I CANT BREATHE" All-day reading of Matt Taibi's book
 
THURSDAY
JULY 19
  Summer Solstice
   
 
FRIDAY
JULY 20
   
   
7:30 BOB CONROY/NORM PEDERSON/JEAN
 
SATURDAY
JULY 21
   
  BOOK EVENT
 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 25
   
   
 
THURSDAY
JULY 26
   
   
 
FRIDAY
JULY 27
   
   
   
   
SATURDAY
JULY 28
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP : BOOK "Conquering Fear"

   
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
   
   
 
 
 

 



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