Research Opportunities for Students

M·U·S·E RESIDENCY

  • Danspace Residency

    M·U·S·E Residency: New York, NY

    Applications due Monday, March 2, 2020 (Application Portal will open February 4)

    RESIDENCY DATES: JUN 1 - JUN 13 2020
    The M·U·S·E 2020 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. A total of up to 12 hours of residency time will be shared among approximately 4 artists (or groups of artists).

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GRADUATE RESEARCH FUND

  • Grad Fund Project

    Graduate Research Fund

    APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED

    GRANT PERIOD: NOV 12, 2019 - AUG 10, 2020
    Proposals (up to $3000) invited for individual and/or collaborative graduate student research activity, including travel to conferences and other events taking place between NOV 12 2019 and AUG 10 2020.

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CRITICAL RESPONSE PROCESS

  • Critical Response Process

    Critical Response Process Workshop

    Wednesday, October 16, 2019

    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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STUDENT GRANT WORKSHOP

  • Student Grant Workshop

    STUDENT GRANT WORKSHOP

    Thursday, September 26, 2019 (12n-1pm)

    The students have spoken! In response to demand, and in partnership with Tisch Student Affairs, we will offer a STUDENT GRANT WORKSHOP for ANY TISCH GRADUATE OR UNDERGRADUATE student interested in learning more about preparing grant, residency and award applications!

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COLLABORATORY (for undergraduates)

  • Collaboratory with Maria Bauman

    Collaboratory: New York, NY

    Information about the 2020 Undergraduate Collaboratory is not yet available.

    Participation in the 2019 Undergraduate Collaboratory (June 10-15) was by invitation. In advance of the launch of the new BFA in Collaborative Arts, we partnered with Open Arts and the Tisch Future Artists Programs to provide an interdisciplinary, collaborative space for artists interested in exploring new ways of working together.