Until The Lion Tells the Story… is an invitation to embrace the wisdom and knowledge of Africa as an essential part of being in the world, and a reminder that the journey towards renaissance and transformation begins with building one’s inner pyramid.
Rachna Nivas’ ‘Reclaiming the Divine Feminine’ takes audiences into the dark and mystical realm of tantra and its radial hailing of supreme feminine power as the primordial energy that pervades all things in time and space.
Ariel Rivka Dance’s 2024 Spring Season is a canvas for the authentic expression of a personal journey. Through choreography, a myriad of emotions are illuminated. Each piece in this collection is a deeply personal exploration and a reflection of vulnerability. By sharing these stories through dance, ARD hopes to normalize a diverse spectrum of emotions, and make the stage a platform for connection, understanding, and a celebration of resilience.
THE FIELD is a continuation and deepening of choreographer Zvi Gotheiner’s thematic exploration of the collisions between humanity and nature.
These performances feature new works created by Beth Gill, this semester’s Resident Guest Artist, guest choreographer Jordan Demetrius Lloyd, and student-created work from Rebecca Stenn’s “Transmedia: Process and Points of View” course.
An annual partnership between New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and Live Arts, the exhibition features and supports participants of NYFA’s Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program.
As the window to reverse climate change narrows, every action (and non-action) matters. Climate policies on the national and international front are crucial, but so are our individual choices. The Green Initiative was formed in Fall 2022 to examine, evaluate, and change every aspect of our organization in our aspiration towards a more sustainable future.