BABYLON TOGETHER

"BABYLON IS BACK" NEWS RELEASE:

Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts, Inc. (BACCA) is pleased to announce its partnership with the Town of Babylon Local Development Corporation (LDC) in supporting our local arts community, small businesses and organizations through public arts projects and socially-distanced activities. The initiative begins this week with a student-led mural in Wyandanch facilitated by Saint-Cyr Art Studio. We are very grateful for the support of the LDC and the Town of Babylon, and look forward to this opportunity, which furthers BACCA's mission to bring the community together through the arts.

Find out more about this exciting new initiative:

WYANDANCH MURAL REVEALED!

Congratulations to Artist and Arts Administrator Marie Saint-Cyr, artist Wyandanch High School Art Teacher Jill Lewis, and all of the talented students from Wyandanch High School who contributed to this beautiful student-led mural at the HRHCare Martin Luther King Jr. Health Center in Wyandanch, titled "Invest in Your Mental Health." This mural was sponsored by the Town of Babylon Local Development Corporation (TOBLDC) and BACCA as part of the "Babylon Together" initiative.

Artist: Marie Saint-Cyr

Contributors: Jill Lewis

Student Artists:

Poetry King

Princess Aarons

D'zyr Squires

Naomi Patrick

Dinah Berger

David Smith

Chastity Anderson

Photographs by Jason Jenkins

FINISHED

IN PROGRESS

FINISHED

IN PROGRESS

HRHCare Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Center

at Wyandanch

1556 Straight Path, Wyandanch, NY 11798

BABYLON TOGETHER DRIVE-IN CONCERT

PROVIDES A FUN EVENING OF MUSIC

On August 28, 2020, as part of the Babylon is Back initiative, five local musical acts performed remotely while projected on a large screen for a drive-in concert in Amityville, delighting the audience at O'Connor Field. Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BACCA) and Colored Colors coordinated the event through the Babylon Together initiative, made possible by the Babylon is Back program, which is funded by the Town of Babylon Local Development Corporation (TOBLDC). Residents were treated to an enjoyable night of music while staying safely socially distanced. Over 30 cars drove up to O’Connor Field in Amityville for a night of local entertainment.

© 2020 Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts

Office:  Old Babylon Town Hall ·  47 West Main Street ·  Suite 4 ·  Babylon, NY 11702 ·  Phone: (631) 587-3696
BACCA Arts Center:  149 N Wellwood Avenue ·  Lindenhurst, NY  11757