Category Archives: Upcoming Events

WESTBETH FLEA MARKET $5 BAG N BOX SALE

SATURDAY June 26, 2021 10AM – 4PM
SUNDAY June 27, 2021 10AM – 4PM

Westbeth Artists Housing
Westbeth Basement
55 Bethune Street
Between West St and Washington St
NY NY

BUY A $5 BAG – A large black plastic garbage bag – WHEN ENTERING .

You must make an appointment – Timed Entry per hour
PROOF of Vaccination required
Covid Restrictions in Place
Masks required Gloves provided Temp check

Email Ruby for appointment
rsornstein@gmail.com

Household, electronics, clothing, office, notions, books, records, decorative objects, small appliances, lamps, dishes, silverware, garden items.

Click here for more information about the Westbeth Beautification Committee and its legendary Flea Market which has been in existence for almost 38 years. Flea Market and the Westbeth Beautification Committee

Jonathan Bauch
Visual Rhythms

Jonathan Bauch
‘TheSteel”
Featured in Carter Burden Gallery show opening May 27, 2021
Painted steel. 64 x 37 x 18 inches

VISUAL RHYTHMS


May 27 – June 23, 2021

Carter Burden Gallery
548 West 28th Street 5th Fl
New York, NY

An exhibition of abstract contemporary art that features color -used in both two and three dimensions,

Jonathan Bauch – works in steel sculpture
Greg Brown – paints dancing intertwining forms

Westbeth Open House
Video tours by resident artists.

WATCH ON YOUTUBE

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Link Here to Open House NY Video Tour of Westbeth

Experience newly filmed vignettes of Westbeth the largest artists community in the country.

Resident artists lead individual video journeys around this landmarked building.

History, architecture, the arts and artists of Westbeth , and visits to artists’ studios are all a part of this online series.

More info at Open House New York

THE MUTATION SHOW A Film Screening

MUTATION SHOW

A film screening of the 1973 Open Theater production, directed by Joe Chaikin

Performance by The Open Theater, directed by Joseph Chaikin, a fluid montage of scenes, ideas and personalities, mostly created by the actors themselves in rehearsal, called “the mutation show.” With Joseph Chaikin, Raymond Barry, Shami Chaikin, Tina Shepard, Paul Zimet, Ellen Maddow, Tom Lillard, Jo Ann Schidman, presenting such characters as the tinker, the petrified man, the bird lady, the man who smiles, and the man who hits himself, a boy in a box, the animal girl, the ringmaster. Often the “language” is sound without dialogue. Often the “plot” refers to primal processes like learning to walk, learning civilization. At the conclusion each actor introduces himself/herself and gives background, biography, description of family, hair, eyes, etc. Each actor holds an early picture of himself. 1973.”