Guggenheim Museum Presents Special Rough-cut Access: Isolation to Creation, Episode 1

Event dates: Monday November 2, 2020, Screening all day

Live until Tuesday, November 3 at 7:30 pm

Works & Process will produce a docudrama following the journey of creative bubble residency artists as they begin to work together again after an unprecedented period of isolation. The four-part series features Ephrat Asherie Dance; Les Ballet Afrik with Omari Wiles; The Missing Element with Chris Celiz and Anthony Rodriguez “Invertebrate;” Music from the Sole with Gregory Richardson and Leonardo Sandoval; Jamar Roberts; and The Seven Deadly Sins with Joshua Bergasse, Justin Vivian Bond, Jeffrey Guimond, Marc Happel, and Sara Mearns. Shot by filmmaker Nic Petry of Dancing Camera and realized with support from the Jerome Robbins Dance Division at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, the films will premiere and be distributed and broadcast in January 2021 on ALL ARTS, an arts-focused multimedia platform. Viewers will have the rare opportunity to peek behind the scenes—and to experience the exhilarating physical struggle and emotional challenges of returning to the studio after months away.

$10, $5 for Guggenheim members and Friends of Works & Process.

Tickets are complimentary for first responders, essential workers, and $500+ Friends of Works & Process. Request access by emailing friends@worksandprocess.org.

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“Isolation to Creation,” Episode 1

Be the first to see a special rough-cut virtual viewing of the first episode of “Isolation to Creation” prior to its broadcast on ALL ARTS in January 2021. This episode will be available for viewing on October 31 at 7:30 pm EST for 72 hours.

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Once conditions are deemed safe for audiences and artists to gather, the live premieres and showings of projects featured in Isolation to Creation will be presented at the Guggenheim Museum as part of the Works & Process 2021 season.

Lead funding provided by Anh-Tuyet Nguyen and Robert Pollock, with filming support from the Jerome Robbins Dance Division at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.

A PART OF THE ONLINE TOURS AND ACTIVITIES AND WORKS & PROCESS SERIES.

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