Westbury Arts is seeking instructors for our upcoming Workshop Series
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Westbury Arts is accepting proposals for our upcoming Workshop Series. Westbury Arts member artists are invited to submit proposals for workshops on visual arts, crafts, and performing arts. We encourage you to submit multiple workshops for consideration. Non-members should join Westbury Arts before submitting a proposal. In the case of … Read More

Calls for Artists via Huntington Arts Council
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  The Winter Solstice: Darkness into Light “The winter solstice is a turning point, not just astrologically, but also in our psyches. Artists since ancient times have mined its rich symbolic, metaphoric and spiritual imagery. The visual possibilities are endless. “Winter Solstice — Darkness to Light” is a theme that … Read More

Recap: 2017 Black & White Masquerade Ball
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Westbury Arts hosted its second annual Black & White Masquerade Ball on Tuesday, October 10 at 7:00 PM at The Space at Westbury – and it was a smashing success! The annual fundraising gala honored Deputy Mayor Joan Boes for her support of the arts in Westbury. Deputy Mayor Boes … Read More

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: Pablo Neruda
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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will be showcasing prominent Hispanic artists in history. The greatest poet writing in Spanish during his lifetime. Literary critics around the world have praised Pablo Neruda as, “the greatest poet writing in Spanish during his lifetime.” In the United States, many readers found … Read More

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: Tito Puente
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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will be showcasing prominent Hispanic artists in history. The King of Jazz. Tito Puente, known as the “King of Latin Jazz,” was a pioneering force in Latin music, known for putting a big band spin on traditional Latin dances and mixing Latin sounds … Read More

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: Celia Cruz
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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will be showcasing prominent Hispanic artists in history. The Queen of Salsa Music. Celia Cruz was considered the “Queen of Salsa Music.” During her career she was the recipient of numerous honors and awards including eight (8) Grammy Awards in such categories as … Read More

The Westbury Arts Black & White Masquerade Ball Approaches!
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Westbury Arts’ Black & White Masquerade Ball, honoring Deputy Mayor Joan Boes, is coming up soon! Buy your tickets in advance! Come dance, eat, and be entertained! Wear your favorite black and white ensemble– there are no rules here! Artist-made masks will be available for purchase- or bring your own! … Read More

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: Diego Velázquez
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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will be showcasing prominent Hispanic artists in history. Diego Velázquez (1599-1660) was a Spanish painter during the Spanish Golden Age. There is a self-portrait in the painting Las Meninas, which serves as an example of European baroque art. Manet considered him as a … Read More

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage: Diego Rivera
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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will be showcasing prominent Hispanic artists in history. Diego Rivera dedicated his art to reflect the lives of the working classes and native peoples of Mexico. He was born in 1886, was married fellow artist Frida Kahlo. Throughout his life (until his death … Read More

Recap: Westbury Arts Hosts Family Fun Night With Maraca Making, Face Painting, and a Free Outdoor Concert
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The August 31 event featured family friendly activities and a performance by Nu Mo Swing. Westbury Arts continued its 2017 Summer Arts & Concert Series with a family themed event featuring maraca making, face painting, and a free outdoor concert by Nu Mo Swing. This fun-filled evening took place on … Read More

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