Women Between Arts | The New School: Ingolf/Mori/Gilboa

Women Between Arts | The New School: Ingolf/Mori/Gilboa


From May 23, 2020, 1 p.m. to May 23, 2020, 2:30 p.m.


Featured Artists:


Women Between Arts is NY's leading interdisciplinary womxn artists series curated by multi- and interdisciplinary artist Luisa Muhr at The New School, College of Performing Arts (Glassbox Theater).

No cash at door. Please buy tickets in advance via Eventbrite: http://wba30.eventbrite.com

Please visit www.womenbetweenarts.com for more information and a full list of featured artists.

Women Between Arts is an independent project and currently not financially supported. We are proud to say that ALL profits made will go to the artists (3/4) and Women Between Arts to cover production costs (1/4).

The series has been developed for professional artists who identify as womxn and non-binary people, their groups/ensembles/collaborators (including people of all genders and non-binary people), who work with any combination of music, theater, dance, poetry, performance art, installations, and/or visual arts in an unconventional way. Each event features three artists/groups and their work. The pieces are about 15 minutes each and there is a talk-back after the performances where audience members have the opportunity to learn more about the artists, their work, and their process.
Luisa's mission is to provide a platform for and encourage dialogue between strong, diverse womxn/non-binary artists who combine multiple art fields in order to create interdisciplinary work.

Women Between Arts is produced by FENGARI Works (aka Luisa Muhr) and was created with the support and encouragement of John Zorn and Richard Kessler (Dean of Mannes School of Music).

Women Between Arts follows the code of conduct of We Have Voice.

All events take place at The New School Glassbox Theater (55 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011), unless otherwise indicated.


Glass Box Performance Space (The New School)
West 13th Street
New York
New York
United States of America



Women Between Arts
Women Between Arts