Alice Austen House
The Alice Austen House fosters creative expression, explores personal identity, and educates and inspires the public through the interpretation of the photographs, life and historic home of pioneering American photographer, Alice Austen (1866-1952).
Staten Island Unlimited
Staten Island's First Triennial of Photography
On view through August 31, 2016
Featuring the work of thirty-five photographers, this juried exhibition explores contemporary themes and narratives relating to the borough
March WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
Celebrate with Alice Austen as the museum honors the photographer's 150th birthday in 2016!
Learn more about Alice Austen and her contribution to women's history by visiting the museum: Tuesday - Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm (March - December)
Alice Austen was one of the first women photographers in this country to work outside the confines of a studio. She is best known as a documentary photographer - a style of photography unusual until the 20th century. With a natural instinct for photojournalism some 40 years before that word was coined, she saw the world with a clear eye and photographed the people and places in it, as they actually appeared.
Celebrate your special event on the historic, waterfront grounds of the Alice Austen House.
Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day
Sunday, April 24, 2016 12:00-4:00 pm
HOURS AND ADMISSION
Tuesday-Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm March - December.
$3 suggested admission.
The grounds are open every day until dusk.
Groups of 10 or more must book their visit in advance.
The Austen House is located at 2 Hylan Blvd at Edgewater Street, Staten Island. We are two miles south of the Staten Island Ferry terminal and one mile north of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. Accessible by car or public transportation.
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