Photo: Christina Hall
ITP is a 2-year, full-time, master's degree graduate department exploring interactive media. ITP attracts so many different types of students who are interested in studying creative uses of interactive multimedia technologies. Whether you are a sculptor or a computer programmer, an architect or a philosopher, a dancer or a scientist, and want to apply your interests to interactive media, we would like an opportunity to learn more about you.
At the open house information sessions, Dan O’Sullivan, Chair, and Midori Yasuda, Admissions Administrator, will explain how ITP attracts students from very diverse backgrounds who want to experiment with interactivity, creativity and technology in the real and digital worlds. Questions about the department and the admissions process are addressed and a tour of the facilities are given.
Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to visit the department.
Our next Open House for Fall 2019 admissions cycle will be:
Friday Sept 28, 2018 3pm - 4:30pm
Friday Oct 19, 2018 3pm - 4:30pm
Friday Nov 2, 2018 3pm - 4:30pm
Friday Nov 16, 2018 3pm - 4:30pm
Please email email@example.com to reserve a spot. Tell us your name and a short description about you. SPACE IS LIMITED. VISITORS MUST RSVP. Please do not arrive on the day of without RSVPing, as we may not be able to accommodate you without a prior confirmation.
The open houses will take place at:
721 Broadway, cross street Waverly Place
Left elevators to the 4th Floor
New York NY 10003
Representatives from the Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Admissions office will be onsite to answer questions about all of the graduate programs at Tisch, including ITP.
Monday, October 1. Register here.
Check out the archive of Facebook Live Chat with ITP Faculty with ITP faculty members, Allison Parrish and Tom Igoe.
Other ways to check us out:
Check out our 360 tour of ITP below and make sure to scroll around!
Check out the ITP Podcast interviews to get to know our diverse students!
Check out archived Facebook Live interviews with faculty:
"Build stuff that people love and stuff that you love building."