Westbeth Artists Housing was founded in 1970 in New York City to provide affordable housing for artists and their families. Its mission is to be a resource and generator of artistic endeavor for artists working in the fields of literary, visual, and performing arts.
Within the complex are spaces devoted to the creation and presentation of art by resident and guest artists, and by the arts organizations located here.
Events, exhibitions and workshops sponsored by Westbeth, often in partnership with cultural or community organizations, are offered at the Westbeth Gallery, the Westbeth Community Room and other venues at low cost or free to the public.
Artis-Naples, The Baker Museum
On the website
On the Website
Bethune Lobby, Project Room, Inner Courtyard
All performances, exhibitions and classes at Westbeth Gallery and Westbeth Community Room have been postponed until further notice.
We will reschedule our programming when the conditions allow.
1. With Our Hands - A Digital Grassroots Campaign
Submit a 15 second video on crafting an object.
2. AIRIE Residency inside Everglades National Park
Currently featuring Robert Bunkin, Jean Wolff, and Scott Marshall.
In honor of 50th anniversary, stories by current and former residents.
Sing Time Sessions
Balance and Strength Training
Theodore Fried, Lucia Veranelli, and Patricia Hacker.
Westbeth Events E-Blast
Email for General Information
Westbeth Artists Residents Council
Westbeth Board of Directors
Westbeth Community Room
Profiles in Art
Martha Graham Dance Company
New School of Drama
School for Poetic Computation
Miriam Chaikin Endowment Fund
WestFest Dance Festival
Westbeth Flea Market
NYC Artist Safe Haven Residency Program