Author Archives: Christina

WESTBETH FLEA MARKET
Holiday Sale

WHEN:
Saturday December 5, 2020. 12pm – 6pm
Sunday December 6, 2020 12PM – 6PM

Friday December 11, 2020 12pm – 6pm
Saturday December 12, 2020 12pm – 6pm
Sunday December 13, 2020 12pm – 6pm

Where: Westbeth Basement
55 Bethune Street
corner of Washington St
New York, NY

Find treasures for the holidays in all departments: Jewelry, Linens, Clothes, Books, Notions, Holiday ornaments, Household, Electronics, Children’s.
This will be the Westbeth’s Flea Market 39th year of providing bargains galore. Proceeds go to Westbeth projects and local charities.

Open Only By Appointment

COVID Guidelines strictly in place.
1 person or 1 family per half hour
Masks required
Gloves provided
Temperatures taken before entry.

Check or cash and carry.

To make an appointment:
Ruby Ornstein
rsorenstein@gmail.com

To make an appointment for the Art Department (dates are not the same as the above sale dates)
Parviz Mohassel
bravoparviz2gmail.com

Find out more about the Flea Market and the Westbeth Beautification Committee HERE

WESTFEST DANCE 2020
Performances online!

Click link below to catch the performances!

WESTFEST Program A

PROGRAM A initially live-streamed on November 14, 2020

WESTFEST Program B

PROGRAM B initially live-streamed on November 15, 2020

Join us for the 10th year anniversary of WestFest – The immensely popular curated yearly dance event at Westbeth!
Watch cutting-edge performances by emerging and established dancers and choreographers in this live streamed event.

Click here for more information: WestFest Dance

Blood Drive
Westbeth Gallery

When: Tuesday December 1, 2020 | 1:00PM – 7:00PM
Where: Westbeth Gallery
57 Bethune Street
New York, NY 10014

December 1 is World AIDS Day. “A Day Without Art” celebrates and honors the artists lost to AIDS.

TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT CLICK https://donate.nybc.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/285969

    RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Appointments strongly encouraged to ensure for NYBC Safety Protocols and guarantee of donation
  • Please remember to eat, drink and bring your donor ID card or ID with name and photo.
  • Medical Eligibility Questions? NYBC Community Health -1-800-688-0900
  • Please be aware that we do NOT test for COVID-19. You should contact your health care provider if you want to be tested.
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      DONORS PRESENTING
      • Must wear a mask or face covering
      • Will have their temperature taken
      • Must be 14 days symptom free if recovered from COVID-19
      • May NOT donate if they have a positive diagnostic test or experienced symptoms of COVD-19 in the last 14 days
      • May NOT donate if they are currently on self-quarantine restrictions

The Art of Community
Ralph Lee, George Cominskie, and Christina Maile

The Art of Community: a #Westbeth50 Oral History Conversation with Ralph Lee, George Cominskie, and Christina Maile

WATCH HERE:

The entire “THE ART OF COMMUNITY“evening has been posted to GVSGP channel. Hear the stories, see the images and understand why the Westbeth Artists Housing has survived and flourished for the past 50 years, and in the years to come.

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Join Explore Village Preservation on Monday Nov 9 at 6PM for an online night of recollection and celebration as we delve into the fifty-year history of Westbeth through the eyes of three long-time residents, artists, activists, and Village Preservationists.

Ralph Lee is a puppeteer known as the “father of the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade.”

George Cominskie is the former president of the Westbeth Artist Residents Council and a tireless advocate for landmarks in the Far West Village. Both are also Village Awardees and subjects of recently-released Village Preservation Oral Histories.

Christina Maile is a former landscape architect, playwright, printmaker, co-founder of the Westbeth Playwrights Feminist Collective, and a member of the original 1970 cohort of Westbeth. This conversation will no doubt be lively, full of memories, art, anecdotes, and reflections on Westbeth at 50.

Register for this free event at: Explore Village Preservation

Susan Berger Works Created During Lockdown

“Works Created During the Lockdown Period”

Click HERE for information about Susan’s piece which won a special curator’s award.

Juror: Paulina Pobocha, Curator , MOMA

Saturday,, November 7 – Sunday, December 20, 2020
Gallery Hours: Saturday and Sunday,12- 5PM.

Williamsburg Art and Historical Center – WAH
135 Broadway
Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY 11211
917-648-4290 or 917-974-6096

wahcenter.net (website)

It is a small installation work but covering entire wall setting.