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Works & Process

First Preview: Feb 16, 2015

Opening Date: Feb 16, 2015

Open run

Running Time: 01:20

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Playing @

Guggenheim Museum

1071 Fifth Ave New York City, NY 10128-0173

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Since 1984, New Yorkers have been able to see, hear, and meet acclaimed artists in an intimate setting unlike any other.

A performing-arts series that explores artistic creation through stimulating conversation and performance in the Guggenheim’s Frank Lloyd Wright–designed, 285-seat Peter B. Lewis Theater,

Works & Process commissions and champions new works and offers unprecedented access to some of the world’s leading creators and performers.
Age Guidance

Age Guidance: 13

Show Notes

Show Notes: No Intermission (for most shows)

TDF Tickets Offers:

TDF member tickets:

Not available for this show

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Full-price tickets

$25 - $80


Directions Bus

M1, M2, M3, and M4 buses equipped with wheelchair lifts stop between 86th and 87th streets on Madison Avenue going uptown and on Fifth Avenue going downtown.

Directions Subway

4, 5, or 6 train to 86th Street. Walk west on 86th Street, turn right at 5th Avenue and proceed north to 88th Street.

Assisted Listening System

The Admissions desk, Membership desk, and Guggenheim Store are equipped with T-coil compatible induction loops. The museum’s multimedia guide devices are also T-coil compatible and include transcripts of all tour stops. Please ask the staff at the Multimedia Guide desk for assistance


Elevators are available from the ground floor.


Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are available on the rotunda floor and on Tower Level 7.


Accessible seating is available for all events at the Guggenheim. Please call the box office to reserve accessible seats Reserved seating is available only for Works & Process events in the Peter B. Lewis Theater


None on premises


Verbal Descriptions use precise, evocative language to convey the visual experience of works of art. Developed for those who are blind or have low vision, these guides are valuable for all visitors who seek an in-depth exploration of specific artworks

Wheelchair Info

The museum is wheelchair accessible except for the High Gallery, which is at the top of the first ramp and has two low stairs at the entrance. Partial view of the High Gallery is possible from rotunda levels 1 and 2. Printed transcripts of wall texts are available at the Admissions and Information desks. Motorized wheelchairs are allowed in the museum.

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