Spring '21 classes are ongoing and we are pleased to announce a number of exciting summer opportunities that include a wide range of undergraduate IMA and graduate ITP summer courses (qualified undergraduates in their junior and senior years are welcome to take ITP summer courses).

NYU has announced that Fall ‘21 will be fully in-person as much as possible and we hope that over the summer, we will continue to make our on-floor resources available to our students.  (Access may be limited, and ongoing safety and social distancing measures will be in place as per NYC and NYU guidelines.)  Summer ‘21 classes are a mix of in-person, “blended” (remote and in-person combined), and fully remote. Workshops and lab space will be available at 370 Jay, 4th floor in Brooklyn to support the spring and summer curriculum.

In addition, in Summer ‘21 we will celebrate the first graduating class of our IMA Low Residency MA program -- as well as the entering cohort who will be starting during Summer Session II.

And our annual ITP Summer Camp is back in June -- this non-degree activity allows adults including returning ITP alums, to take part in an incredible array of remote learning activities.  We hope to have a special in-person element for those Campers local to NYC. itp.nyu.edu/camp

ITP/IMA Staff and faculty are working on a mixed schedule of in-person and remote.  For assistance, you can always use our People Page for contact information, or address questions to: info@itp.nyu.edu

Don’t miss the ITP/IMA Thesis Week Presentations and our end of year Spring Show -- see the events section for more information.


ITP is a two-year graduate program located in the Tisch School of the Arts whose mission is to explore the imaginative use of communications technologies — how they might augment, improve, and bring delight and art into people's lives. Perhaps the best way to describe us is as a Center for the Recently Possible.

We also offer a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree for our undergraduate program, IMA (Interactive Media Arts)!

In Summer 2020, we launched a brand new global, low residency, one-year graduate Master of Arts degree program in Interactive Media Arts, known as the IMA Low Residency Program.


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