The Joyce Theater welcomes you to take part in our new master class series at DANY Studios. Train with some of today’s most celebrated choreographers and dancers, most of whom can be seen on The Joyce stage in upcoming performance seasons.
As part of the SPARC (Seniors Partnering with Artists Citywide) program, we are collaborating with senior citizens on a mixed media visual arts project: “The Soul Quilt.” Each participating member creates an individual "quilt" piece working in the medium of his or her choice, reflecting on a theme that ...
"Dance on A Shoestring" is New York Theatre Ballet’s popular studio series, which enables established and developing artists to try out new ideas in front of an audience. The performances are designed to allow community groups to see high quality ballet offered at affordable prices.
2Fik's new project will feature photographic recreations of classic paintings. He has recreated the environments and photographed them, using himself as the sole impersonator for all of the subjects. 2Fik purposefully selected paintings that are primarily well-known in Europe.
This project involves a fictitious boy and his fascination with battle, with nature’s quest for the domination of the biggest and the best, and show the sensitivities of a young mind exploring the world inside his own head.
Chick Corea will be celebrated during JALC's 25th Anniversary Season with a multi-venue festival. On the Rose Theater portion, Corea will reconnect with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in a reprise of their highly acclaimed collaborations in 2011, performing deeply original arrangements by JLCO members of ...
During this celebration of Chick Corea's music across all three venues in Rose Hall, Corea will draw upon these experiences to curate several specially selected units to interpret some of his favorite compositions.
Driven by a distinct vision for reimagining classical ballet vocabulary in an ultra-post-modern framework, Pam Tanowitz’s dances elegantly layer full-bodied dancing with a clear visual design. The Spectators continues Tanowitz's investigation of dance steps as objects and will explore decorative movements alongside practical and structural movements.