47-21 35th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
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Tel : 718 - 806- 1709


We are located in Long Island City, a few stops from Manhattan. Take the 7 train to 33rd Street - Rawson. SSNYC is about a 5 minute walk from the train. Head South on 33rd Street towards Queens Blvd. Turn left on 47th Avenue. Turn right 35th Street.


Office Hours ( for visitors & non-members to schedule appointments to visit studio & other services) :

Mon-Sat: 12pm-8pm

Closed on Sundays ( if Sunday is the only option works for you, with at least 24 hrs notice, we can make an appointment for you on Sunday afternoon)

Please note: we only take scheduled appointment(s), click here to make an appointment with us for your visit.

Gallery Hours: Saturdays 12pm-6pm & by appointment

Studio Hours for Members : 7am- 12am


Sculpture Space NYC is a ceramics and sculpture center founded by artists Andrew Kennedy and Magda Dejose. Sculpture Space NYC's mission is to stimulate creativity, new ideas and collaboration in ceramics-based investigations. Artists, designers and craftspeople of all backgrounds converge in this center to experiment, learn, make, reflect and grow artistically. The thoughtfully designed and open floor plan allows for fluid access to equipment, sharing and advanced education.

Our facility offers 8,500 square feet of individual and shared workspaces, 22’ high ceilings, natural light, clay 3D printer, potters wheels, two slab rollers, two clay extruder, four top loading electric kilns, one 48.5 inch tall front loading Thermal Logic electric kiln, and one 18 cubic ft Gas Kiln.  There is a  glaze chemistry room with a spray booth as well.   

In addition SSNYC provides a range of classes, workshops and one-on-one orientation to help artists and designers to develop prototypes and realize projects in clay. SSNYC also offers firing service ranging from cone 018 to cone 6 oxidation and cone 10 reduction.


Magda Dejose

Magda Dejose, American artist (born in Brazil) living and working in New York City. As a sculptor and printmaker, she has worked collaboratively and individually on a variety of interdisciplinary projects. Magda has shown her art work in Japan, Brazil, USA, Canada, Mexico, Portugal, and China. 

Andrew S. Kennedy

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Skowhegan Artist Residency
Art Assistant at Richard Artschwager
Mural Restoration at Keith Haring Foundation
Ralph Pucci International Group Show