Westbeth ‘home to the arts’ honored with historic plaque

Posted on 11/27/2018  - 

New York, NY – On Tuesday, November 27th at 1pm the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation (GVSHP) dedicated a historic plaque on the Westbeth Artists Housing complex in Greenwich Village, honoring its history as a place of sound technology innovation and as a groundbreaking home to artists. Speakers included Andrew Berman, Executive Director of GVSHP; Patricia C. Jones, Board Chair of Westbeth; Nancy Gabor, Vice President of Westbeth Artists Residents Council; Joan Davidson, President Emeritus, J.M. Kaplan Fund; and Domhnaill Hernon, Head of Experiments in Art and Technology, Nokia Bell Labs. View the youtube event video.

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Westbeth Board of Directors Elects Four New Board Members

Posted on 06/21/2018  - 

George Cominskie, Anisha Steephen, Judd Levy and Samantha Vincent confirmed as members of the Westbeth Board of Directors, committed to strengthening Westbeth as resilient and affordable live-work space for artists. Press Release – Westbeth Board Election 062118

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Westbeth Artists Housing to host Open Studios Event as part of Carnegie Hall’s “The ‘60s: The Years That Changed America”

Posted on 03/01/2018  - 

New York City residents and visitors will have the unique opportunity on March 18th to tour the homes and studios of some of Westbeth Artist Housing’s most esteemed artists, all of whom have been practicing since the 1960s. In partnership with Carnegie Hall’s “The 60’s: The Years that Changed America”, the Open Studios Event will take place on Sunday, March 18th from 1 – 5 pm ET and is free to the public. Westbeth Carnegie press release – 022818

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Westbeth Artists Housing, NYC Housing Preservation and Development and Community Preservation Corporation Break Ground on $40 Million Multifamily Build it Back Resiliency Project

Posted on 09/20/2017  - 

Westbeth Artists Housing, the Greenwich Village “home to the arts,” and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), and the Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) announced the start of construction on a massive project to repair damage from Hurricane Sandy and to fortify Westbeth for future natural disasters. Westbeth BIB press release – 091817

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