Call for Artists: 2D and 3D media inspired by…shoes!

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Westbury Arts is inviting artists working in 2D and 3D media to submit to a curated, thematic group exhibition dedicated … Read More

Celebrating Black History: Maya Angelou

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Now you understand Just why my head’s not bowed. I don’t shout or jump about Or have to talk real … Read More

Celebrating Black History: August Wilson

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Although August Wilson never formally studied playwriting, he has left an indelible mark on the American theater with his ‘Century … Read More

Celebrating Black History: Faith Ringgold

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Faith Ringgold is now 85 years old and is celebrated for her work as an artist, educator, and social activist, … Read More

Celebrating Black History: Art Smith

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Born to Jamaican parents in Cuba and raised in Brooklyn, Art Smith became one of the leading jewelry designers of … Read More

Celebrating Black History: Sam Cooke

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Sam Cooke, known as the King of Soul, was an American singer, song writer and entrepreneur.  The son of a … Read More

Celebrating Black History: The Nicholas Brothers

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Fayard and Harold Nicholas, whose tap dancing made them international stars, are perhaps not well remembered today. However, with class, … Read More

Call for Artists: North Hempstead Arts Advisory Council Second Juried Art Contest

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North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth, the Town Board and the Town’s Business & Tourism Development Corporation (“BTDC”) along with … Read More

Celebrating Black History: Romare Bearden

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Romare Bearden was born in North Carolina in 1911. Although recognized as an artist after his first solo show in … Read More

Celebrating Black History: Gordon Parks

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Gordon Parks was one of the most important figures in American documentary photojournalism during the twentieth century. His lifelong commitment … Read More