Works & Process at the Guggenheim Announces WPA Virtual Commissions September Premieres
Works & Process at the Guggenheim
Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, is proud to announce September premieres for Works & Process Artists (WPA) Virtual Commissions. New commissions are posted on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube (@worksandprocess) every Sunday and Monday at 7:30 pm.
September 6 Carson Murphy and Nicholas Van Young
September 7 Break for Labor Day
September 13 Ethan Stiefel
September 14 Amy Hall Garner
September 20 Richard Thomas and Philip Fisher
September 21 Anthony Roth Costanzo, Adam Charlap Hyman, Dick Hyman, and
September 27 Maxfield Haynes
September 28 Leonardo Sandoval
Since April, in direct response to the pandemic and to financially support artists and nurture their creative processes during these challenging times, Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, has presented Works & Process Artists (WPA) Virtual Commissions. Through the generosity of our board and donors, over $150,000 in commissioning funds is being granted to over 100 artists to produce new video works while social distancing. Each under five minutes long, these virtual performances spotlight leading creators who have participated in past Works & Process programs.
"While it may be some time before we can once again see performances like these in real time and space, this year's Works & Process affirms that even when circumstances are constrained, creativity can still take flight and soar."
— The Wall Street Journal
WORKS & PROCESS ARTISTS (WPA) VIRTUAL COMMISSIONS
(Participating artists as of September 2)
Stella Abrera * Evita Arce * Ephrat Asherie * BalletX * Brandon Stirling Baker * LaTasha Barnes * Reid Bartelme * Stefanie Batten Bland * Joshua Bergasse * Lisa Bielawa * Hope Boykin * Brian Brooks * Camille A. Brown * Nora Brown * Tony Buck * Nathan Bugh * Rena Butler * Donald Byrd * Chris Celiz * Alejandro Cerrudo * Courtney Renee Cochran * Gaby Cook * Anthony Roth Costanzo * Dylan Crossman * Dance Theatre of Harlem * Adrian Danchig-Waring * Machine Dazzle * Viva DeConcini * Simone Dinnerstein * Michelle Dorrance * Robbie Fairchild * Silas Farley * Jack Ferver * Tom Gold * Joseph Gordon * Michael Gordon * Dance Heginbotham * HIPS * Adam Charlap Hyman * Dick Hyman * Michael R. Jackson * Jeremy Jacob * Colin Jacobsen * Michael Jagger * John Jarboe * Harriet Jung * Larry Keigwin * Lloyd Knight * Gabrielle Lamb * David Lang * Ashley Laracey * Pontus Lidberg * Ana Lopez * Malcolm Jason Low * Dave Malloy * Missy Mazzoli * Ryan McNamara * Sara Mearns * Jodi Melnick * Andrea Miller * Isaac Mizrahi * Nico Muhly * Carson Murphy * Michael Novak * Annie-B Parson * Josh Prince * Caili Quan * Sascha Radetsky * Jamar Roberts * Anthony Rodriguez * Leonardo Sandoval * Kamala Sankaram * Zoe Sarnak * Penny Saunders * Claudia Schreier * Troy Schumacher * Margo Seibert * Dan Siegler * Dawn Sinkowski* Victoria Sin * Gus Solomons Jr. * Ethan Stiefel * Karma Stylz * Macy Sullivan * Pam Tanowitz * Adam Tendler * Conrad Tao * Caleb Teicher * Richard Thomas * Cassandra Trenary * Charles Turner * Nicholas Van Young * Preeti Vasudevan * Eyal Vilner * David Watson * Omari Wiles * Zack Winokur * Nicole Wolcott
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