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Westbury Arts Centre wins National Lottery Support

Westbury Arts Centre in Shenley Wood, Milton Keynes has received a National Lottery grant of £9,700 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting new project called “Opening the Box”. Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, “Opening the Box” will map the history of the building and natural surroundings of Westbury […]

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Children’s Summer Workshops

Spaces are filling up extremely fast but we still have spaces available on some of our summer workshops. Choose from: Beautiful Butterflies and Marvelous Moths, Fabulous Felting, Terrific Tie Dying, Mixed Media, and Drawing Animals We are very excited for August to get these workshops started see what is created by our little creative guests Watch out for […]

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Welcoming our graduates

      Westbury Arts Centre would like to welcome Sarah Fortais, James Vassalo, Rahim Amartey and Chun-Yu Liu on the 2016 graduate scheme. This scheme offers free live work space from July to August and the chance to exhibit work at the end of the residency in the Arts Centre. Sarah Fortais: We would […]

Graduate Opportunity

  We are currently inviting applications for two Artist Residencies, taking place from July to September 2015. You are offered FREE live/work studio space at Westbury Arts Centre along with an exhibition opportunity at the end of the residency.  You will be part of a busy Arts Centre, and will have chance to take part […]

Westbury Arts needs new Trustees!

Westbury Arts Centre (WAC) is looking for three new Trustees to join the Board with a range of experience business planning, fundraising and marketing and a strong interest in the arts to contribute to the future development and growth of WAC. For further information please click on About Westbury tab > Opportunities  

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WW I Project – From Conflict to Cosmopolis

Westbury Art Centre would like to commission 2 Artist’s from different disciplines to create both a performance piece and a stand-alone installation and final exhibition from hundreds of individual textile pieces in a project that will involve the local and wider community to commemorate the centenary anniversary of WWI. This project forms part of a […]