The urbanist designer and international artist working with the medium of light talks about her beginnings and her subsequent projects in public art.
At the Elizabeth Sackler Center for Feminist Art, a major retrospective of the artist’s 4 decades of work featuring 12 installations.
Conversation with Lorraine O’Grady in NY Times Feb 23, 2021
- Mar 6, 13, 20, 2021 at 2PM
A series of video stories that investigate the archaeological history and the modern legacy of the Northeastern United States Native civilization
- Feb 2 - 28, 2021
An online show featuring work based on boxes of vintage travel slides found in a thrift store.
This award-winning and festival selected film is a coming of age story about an Irish immigrant to New York in 1989.
- Jan 15 - March 30, 2021
Westbeth 50th celebrates the first in a series of installations that feature highlights from the past, present and future of Westbeth.
A video collection of interviews with prominent actors, directors and writers focusing on their careers and influences.
How the pandemic changed the author’s dislike for in-person shopping.
Edward Field, gay WW2 veteran and Westbeth poet narrates this Oscar 2020 nominated animated short based on his poem.
Article about the 50 year history of Westbeth, featuring Karen Santry, Geo Cominskie, Kate Walter, Jack Dowling and Charles Seplowin.
Interview and filming of the artist working on a portrait of the filmmaker.
Cameras, chaos, cognac: How Bob Gruen photographed the spirit of Rock N’ Roll.
- Now to March 2021
Singing classes featuring improvisation and movement. No experience necessary. Sponsored by WARC and a grant from NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson. FREE VIA ZOOM
- Now to March 2021
Taught by Jennifer Gibson of Integral Yoga Institute, sponsored by WARC and a grant from NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson. FREE VIA ZOOM
- Nov 14 at 4 PM and Nov 15 at 4PM
The 10th year anniversary event featuring live-streamed, cutting edge performances by emerging choreographers and dancers is now available to watch.
WATCH the complete evening of reflection and celebration as three long-time residents, artists and activists talk about the 50 year history of Westbeth.
Watch newly filmed resident artists leading video journeys of Westbeth the largest artists community in the country.