For the past 30 years, New York City's Guggenheim Museum has been giving audiences a glimpse inside the creative process by allowing artists at the top of their game to show and talk about their work. Works & Process at the Guggenheim will wrap up its fall season next month with lecture-demonstrations from choreographer Pam Tanowitz (November 2); the Broadway revival cast of Jerome Robbins' On the Town, newly choreographed by Joshua Bergasse and starrring New York City Ballet principal Megan Fairchild (November 9 and 10); and Juilliard dancers in excerpts from upcoming premieres by Kate Weare and Larry Keigwin, among others (November 16 and 17).
Not in New York? This year, select performances—including the excerpt of Tanowitz's February 2015 premiere—will be livestreamed. Click here to bring all of the action to your laptop and living room.
Photo by Ian Douglas, courtesy of Works & Process at the Guggenheim