August 18 at 7:30pm
August 25 at 7:30pm
Celebrating the Centenary of Howard Zinn
September 09 at 7:30pm
Sounds of San Juan HillLeading up to the world premiere of Etienne Charles’s San Juan Hill: A New York Story at David Geffen Hall, is a series of free artistic programs at the Atrium that explores the history of the San Juan Hill neighborhood and the indigenous and immigrant communities that lived there. Learn more »
Plan your visit to the Atrium
Where arts and civic engagement meetThe David Rubenstein Atrium is open daily to the public and for weekly scheduled events; entry is free and tickets are not required! Explore the calendar for concerts with artists from across the globe, conversations about today's most pressing issues, and community events for all. Upcoming events »
Masks and vaccination requirements
For events, all guests will be required to provide proof that the final dose of their primary COVID-19 vaccination series was administered at least 14 days before entry. For greater detail, please click here. Additionally, all guests are required to wear a face covering at all times during events. Learn more »
We recognize that access needs must be integrated in the creative process, that the work on our stages reflects our differences and interconnectedness, and that we are creating a space where everyone feels welcome. We seek to create a more inclusive experience for our audiences by providing a range of accommodations for all performances, no request necessary. Learn more »
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August 18 and 25
Relive the 80s NYC rock club scene
Special peek into the upcoming Broadway musical Frida
Upcoming Events at the Atrium
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The Art of Wellbeing
Thursday August 18, 2022
Thursday August 25, 2022
Thursday August 18, 2022
Thursday, August 18, 7:30pm
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Thursday August 25, 2022
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Health & Safety
For events at The Atrium, all guests will be required to provide proof that the final dose of their primary COVID-19 vaccination series was administered at least 14 days before entry. For greater detail, please click here. Guests are encouraged but not required to receive a COVID-19 booster if eligible—based on eligibility determined by the CDC.
Additionally, all guests are required to wear a face covering at all times during events, except when actively eating or drinking.
While not required, we encourage all guests to be fully vaccinated and wear face coverings while at the Atrium during public hours.
Please stay home if you don’t feel well, have exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 10 days, have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days, or been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the past 10 days.
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
The David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center is where arts and democracy converge—committed to the values of radical welcoming, artistic innovation, open exchange of ideas, audience and artist intimacy, and community partnership. Encompassing free performances, talks, family shows, opportunities for civic engagement, social events, and more, the Atrium’s programming opens our world to culture that addresses today’s most pressing issues, broadens our moral consciousness, and explores our common humanity. Weekly programming is as vibrant and diverse as the city we serve and like the people of New York City, artists at the Atrium come from around the world.
We believe in art’s ability to be a shining beacon of democratic values and an engine for social change, connection, and community building. We invite you to join us in this space.
Thanks to Our Supporters
Major support for the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center is provided by David M. Rubenstein.
Additional generous support is provided by the Mellon Foundation.
Endowment support is provided by The Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Foundation, Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), and Oak Foundation.
Programming for Lincoln Center Education is made possible by Carnegie Corporation of New York, LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust, Constans Culver Foundation, Alice L. Walton Foundation, the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation, Henry and Lucy Moses Fund, Inc., William Sherman, trustee for the Murray G. and Beatrice H. Sherman Charitable Trust, Theodore H. Barth Foundation, and Lincoln Center's generous donors and supporters.
Educational programming is made possible, in part, with public support facilitated by New York City Council Members Julie Menin and Keith Powers.
Major support for Lincoln Center accessibility programming is provided by The Taft Foundation, Kenneth Goldman Donor Fund, and The Megara Foundation.
Additional support is provided by the American Express Cultural Innovation Fund.
Accessibility at Lincoln Center is made possible in part by endowment support provided by AIG. Additional endowment support for Accessibility at Lincoln Center provided by Frederick P. Daniel and Elihu Rose – In Memory of Belle B. Rose.
Accessibility programming is made possible by public funds facilitated by New York City Council's Autism Awareness Initiative, New York City Council’s Geriatric Mental Health Initiative, and Speaker Adrienne Adams.
Accessibility and Inclusion at the Atrium
The Atrium is a space dedicated to the convergence of arts and democracy—through radical welcoming, the open exchange of ideas, and artistic innovation. Our approach to accessibility mirrors our commitment to transform our performing arts spaces to be more inclusive of our audiences’ identities and access needs by design, not as an afterthought or add-on.
As part of Lincoln Center’s wider commitment to accessibility and inclusion, we recognize that access needs must be integrated in the creative process, that the work on our stages reflects our differences and interconnectedness, and that we are creating a space where everyone feels welcome. We know we have work to do.
We seek to create a more inclusive experience for our audiences by providing a range of accommodations for all performances, no request necessary. Accommodations for Lincoln Center-presented performances in the Atrium will include, as applicable:• Accessible seating, with companion seats and designated aisle seats
• View social narrative document that visually describes social situations for neurodiverse communities
• Accessible entrance with automatic doors
• Accessible, gender-neutral restrooms and changing tables
• Large print and Braille versions of all printed programs
• FM Assistive Listening Devices with headsets and neck loops for all amplified performances
• Noise-reducing headphones, earplugs and fidgets to borrow
• Chill Out Space, offering reduced noise, crowds and visual stimulation, where guests can take a break and reenter when they’re ready
• Signage at entrance and online to note strobe effects, if applicable
• Detailed information about arrival recommendations and show duration [generally 90 minutes for evening performances or 60 minutes for family performances unless noted] online in advance of each performance
• Guests able to enter and leave seating area as needed throughout performance, as capacity allows
• Staff trained in inclusive practices
Additional accommodations for talks at the Atrium, as applicable:
• Live captioning, displaying text of all spoken words and sounds to provide access to Deaf, hard-of-hearing and neurodiverse communities, in English on personal handheld devices
• American Sign Language interpretation
Additional accommodations for film screenings at the Atrium, as applicable:
• Captioning in English
• Audio description, sharing the visual elements for people who are blind or have low vision, over single earpiece receiver
We recognize that the list above is not exhaustive and that accommodations are never a “one size fits all” solution. Please contact the Access Team by email at [email protected] or by phone at 212-875-5375 to discuss your specific access needs or accommodations so that we may explore other accommodations we may be able to offer, including alternate entry process for guests unable to stand in line due to a disability. While there is no deadline for notice, please reach out as soon as you know that you plan to attend a program so that we may have enough time to identify the best options to fill your request.
This page will be continuously updated as accommodations expand to meet the needs of our audiences. We thank you for your collaboration in this process.
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