Faculty Opportunities

Current Opportunities

CATWALK RESIDENCY 2024

  • Catwalk Residency

    Catwalk Residency: Catskill, NY

    APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

    RESIDENCY DATES: May 14 - October 6, 2024
    Alumni with a Tisch graduate degree, current Tisch Faculty, and current Tisch staff with a graduate degree (in the arts) from any institution are encouraged to apply. Residents must be available for a twelve, nineteen, or twenty-six-day stay. Collaborative teams are welcome!

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MEGA GRANTS INCUBATOR 2024

  • Research Clusters

    MEGA GRANTS INCUBATOR

    APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

    APPLICATIONS DUE: March 11, 2024 at 11:59 PM EDT
    Mega Grants Incubator is a Tisch Creative Research program designed to support a small number of faculty-led research proposals that demonstrate potential for securing significant external funding. The goal of the Incubator is to nurture new projects (ie, those that may have received internal funding but have not yet secured external support) and create a pipeline for NYU’s Mega Grants Initiative and other institutional resource programs.

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Ongoing

RESEARCH WORKING GROUP

  • Research Working Group

    Research Working Group

    All full-time Tisch faculty are encouraged to participate in the activities of the Faculty Research Working Group - events designed to connect faculty across disciplines, departments and NYU units, as well as planning meetings focused on the "business" of advancing the Initiative's mission.

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DEAN'S GRANTS

  • Dean's Grants

    Dean's Grants

    This grant, distributed in both the Fall and Spring semesters, is available to all full-time faculty. Amounts ranging from $500 to $6,000 will be awarded for accepted proposals. No more than one request will be approved per academic year. Priority will be given to projects that advance faculty research (particularly for faculty headed into review cycles), creative professional work, connections to curriculum, technology proposals and interdisciplinary and collaborative research projects.

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Past Opportunities

CRITICAL RESPONSE PROCESS

  • Critical Response Process

    Critical Response Process Workshop

    This workshop has passed.

    Ever been on either side of this conversation and not known what to say next?

    ME: Did you like my piece/film/story/game/article?
    YOU: Um, well, I, um, kind of...maybe?
    ME: Oh.
    YOU: Yeah.

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M·U·S·E RESIDENCY

  • Danspace Residency

    M·U·S·E Residency: New York, NY

    APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

    The M·U·S·E residency will support one applicant from each group: faculty, staff, undergraduate students, and graduate students. Current faculty, staff, and students at Tisch are eligible, and successful applicants must be available and present for all residency time for which they are assigned. Each artist (or groups of artists) can request up to 12 hours of residency time.

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C³ FUND

  • Conference Fund

    C³ Fund: Convene · Collaborate · Contribute

    APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

    Do you have an idea for bringing people together to think about, process, investigate, or interrogate some idea or question of interest to you? Tisch Initiative for Creative Research will award competitive funding for faculty-led research gatherings taking place here at Tisch. Eligible activities include conferences, symposia, roundtables and other events (imagined and designed by you!) which ADVANCE YOUR RESEARCH INTEREST.

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CROSS TISCH KITCHEN

  • Cross Tisch Kitchen

    Cross Tisch Kitchen

    NOTE: Cross Tisch is currently on hiatus. Please check back soon!

    Calling ALL FULL-TIME TISCH FACULTY! Join us for this new series of faculty-hosted and faculty-led, salon-style gatherings! Expect some brief introductions, a shuffling of the cards, some questions asked of you and asked by you, and some food and drink. Come prepared to engage and be engaged - Cross Tisch Kitchen is meant to be an active, participatory, NON-PRESENTATIONAL opportunity to get to know your fellow faculty.

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