ISP Studio Exhibition Opening: 
At Odds With

Thurs, May 9, 2024
6–8 pm

Westbeth Gallery and Courtyard, 55 Bethune Street, New York NY 10014

The Studio Program exhibition, At Odds With, presents recent work by the 2023–24 Elaine G. Weitzen Studio Program Fellows Omolola Ajao, Shobun Baile, tarah douglas, S Emsaki, Kearra Amaya Gopee, Kimi Hanauer, Mae Howard, Emily Velez Nelms, Alison Nguyen, sadé powell, Daniel Ramos, Elliot Reed, Albert Samreth, José de Sancristóbal, Jennifer Teresa Villanueva, and Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow Ella den Elzen. Curated by Juana Berrío, the exhibition will be on view May 9–24 at Westbeth Gallery, a nonprofit fine arts gallery located across the street from the ISP at 55 Bethune St, New York, New York 10014. 

Please also join us at the concurrent opening for the 23/24 ISP Curatorial exhibition Not Everything Is Given at the Independent Study Program facility at 745 Washington Street, New York NY 10014.

Wheelchair Accessibility 
The Westbeth Gallery is located within a courtyard, which has two step-free accessible entrances.

Bank Street Courtyard Entrance
The doorway from the street leads directly to a ramp, providing access to the courtyard. From there, proceed straight ahead and then turn left to reach the main gallery doors.

55 Bethune Street Entrance
A ramp with handrails guides you from the sidewalk to the lobby. Upon entering the lobby, turn right and continue to the end of the hallway. Pass through the two sets of push-button glass doors that will lead you to the courtyard. Once in the courtyard, go straight ahead and then turn right to reach the gallery doors.

Westbeth gallery has a wheelchair accessible bathroom.

Learn more about access services and programs.

Generous support for the Independent Study Program is provided by Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo, the Elaine Graham Weitzen Foundation for Fine Art, the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation, the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, and Diane and Robert Moss.

Significant support is provided by The Capital Group Charitable Foundation, Margaret Morgan and Wesley Phoa, Gloria H. Spivak, and the Whitney Contemporaries through their annual Art Party benefit.