New York Times/ Felicia Lee, January 13, 2013
Arts Beat story announcing the launch of Live Ideas
WNET channel 13 / Sun. 11/14, 2011
New York Live Arts is an organization formed earlier this year by a merger of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and the Dance Theater Workshop. The first presenting season of New York Live Arts started in September and will continue through the spring of 2012.
By Melanie Grayce West / Sat. 11/12, 2011
The Kresge Foundation is stepping forward with a housewarming present of sorts for New York Live Arts, the newly created organization that merged Dance Theater Workshop and the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company.
By Kate Taylor / Wed. 12/01, 2010
In an unusual move that may alter the contemporary dance landscape in New York, the boards of Dance Theater Workshop and the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company voted unanimously Wednesday to merge their organizations, forming a combination producing and presenting entity to be called New York Live Arts.
By Sarah Kaufman / Fri. 12/03, 2010
When choreographer Bill T. Jones picks up his Kennedy Center Honor on Sunday, he will be receiving it not just as the longtime director of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and the Tony Award-winning choreographer of “Fela!” and “Spring Awakening.” Jones, it was announced Thursday, is now also the executive artistic director of a new organization, New York Live Arts, dedicated to producing and presenting dance and other performance art.
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