Virtual Artery

Jan 13-17
Virtual Artery will stream performances that have been shown in the Live Arts theater to be enjoyed at the viewer’s leisure. Showcasing the latest work from some of the most relevant performance and movement artists, Virtual Artery provides an opportunity to bring to the forefront the vitality of today’s dance and performing arts community, not only to New York but across the country and beyond.
Virtual Artery for Presenters!

Due to the recent pandemic developments and impact of the new variant, all in-person Live Artery events have been moved to a presenter dedicated digital program or postponed to later this Spring 2022. Virtual Artery will stream performances that have been previously shown at New York Live Arts to be enjoyed at the viewer’s leisure. Additional in-progress showings and other presentations will be available digitally for presenters and producers.
Photo by Maria Baranova
Milka Djordjevich | CORPS

FEB 16-19, 8PM

Tickets start at $25

Health & Saftey

We are closely monitoring recent pandemic developments and the impact of the new variant. In response, all live in-person event ticket holders will be required to provide proof of PCR (within 72 hours) or rapid antigen (within 12 hours) COVID-19 test with negative results *AND* COVID-19 full vaccination prior to entry – through January 2022. Live Arts also requires all visitors to wear either N95 or KN95 masks while on the premises. 
Our Season of Anniversaries

This season marks 10 Years of Live Arts and 40 Years of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company!
This significant season emboldens our commitment to artists at every stage of their career - artists notable for their conceptual rigor, formal experimentation and active engagement with the social, political and cultural currents of our times. We can't wait to share it with you!
 

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Safety Guidelines & Guest Requirements


We are closely monitoring recent pandemic developments and the impact of the new variant. In response, all live in-person event ticket holders will be required to provide proof of PCR (within 72 hours) or rapid antigen (within 12 hours) COVID-19 test with negative results *AND* COVID-19 full vaccination prior to entry – through January 2022. Live Arts also requires all visitors to wear either N95 or KN95 masks while on the premises.