New York

United States

1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island
Phone: 718-448-2500 ext. 560
Website: http://www.snug-harbor.or

Newhouse Contemporary Art Museum

Founded in 1977, the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art is the premier space for modern and contemporary art in Staten Island. The Newhouse Contemporary Art Centre is part of the Snug Harbour Art Centre.

Each year, the Newhouse Center presents two or three major exhibitions, five Access Gallery, and three Artist-in- Residence exhibitions. The Newhouse Center creates programs for the growth and development of artists and the public while serving both local, regional and international constituencies in 15,000 square feet of gallery space, outdoor and off-site projects, educational programs, 30 artist studios, and an international residency program. The Newhouse Center accomplishes its mission by:

Promoting inquiry and learning through exhibitions and artist projects and related educational and public programs, publications, and interpretive materials;
Presenting art in a context which offers new and historical perspectives on contemporary issues to provide a platform for discourse and understanding;
Supporting local, regional, national, and international artists through exhibitions, workspace, residencies, professional development opportunities, and commissioning new work;
Creating opportunities for artists to engage with other disciplines or have their work seen within the context of other disciplines, while providing innovative forums in which the public interacts with artists and participates in the creative process;
Planning and implementing programs in consultation with current and potential constituents with an emphasis on developing new audiences;
Fostering collaborations with on-site, regional,... [ Read all ]


During the month of April the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor Cultural Center will feature the exhibition Body Type: Intimate Messages Etched in Flesh. The show is entirely devoted to the subject of typographical tattoos and explores the ideas and emotions behind this indelible commitment.

Previous Exhibitions

To view the Exhibition Archives 1990-2003 please visit,


3 for adults $2 for seniors and children under 12, free for Snug Harbor members.

Opening hours

Tuesday - Sunday, 10 - 5 pm, closed Monday

Museum internal and external photos (4)

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