No where else in the world can you find the range of disciplines in one school. Over the last 50 years as we forged new programs, built our home in New York and expanded to our global academic centers, institutes emerged. Each are built with shared values, common goals, and a priority for putting students first. The result – a place where artists and scholars create the future.
Visiting students and non-majors are invited to take classes during January Term, Spring at Tisch, and Summer. Earn credits towards your major or minor, build your résumé with an internship, or take classes to change careers. Come be inspired by New York City and our international sites.
The Office of Special Programs at Tisch School of the Arts provides access to the arts. Whether you’re an NYU or visiting college student, high school student or working professional, we provide you with the introductory exposure to the performing or cinematic arts and the advanced-level training to grow your craft.
ReMu Talks: Harry Hudson, Roc Nation-signed Recording Artist, will feature a moving conversation about turning to music for healing and self love. Moderated by the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, Harry will talk about finding solace in music, particularly film scores and country/folk music, helping his friend Jaden Smith with filming The Get Down in New York City, performing on the main stage for the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, and what's next as he embarks 2018.
On Wednesday, February 7th, from 12-1 in Normandy Studio, Tisch Dance will host a Guest Artist Lecture Demonstration from the Ka'et Ensemble. Come see this extraordinary ensemble. "Ka'et" means "Right Now."
The Department of Performance Studies invites all NYU undergrad students to take a slice out of life and join us for a Pizza Party! Engage in insightful discussions, such as whether pineapple belongs on pizza, or how many slices is too many to eat in one sitting. This may sound cheesy, but take a break from your crusty homework and join us! Guaranteed to be a saucy time.
A documentary about immigrant workers’ struggle between dreams and reality, spanning 13 years of filming in Taiwan and the Philippines. Followed by a Q&A with the director, Jasmine Ching-Hui Lee, and a preview trailer of Lee’s work-in-progress “Come Back My Child.” Presented by the Asian Film and Media Initiative.
Come join ITP and the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music as they put together a space for creative and spontaneous collaboration.
Join us as Brooklyn Research, an interdisciplinary, creative space stops by to discuss upcoming research.
Total novices and experienced players equally welcome, come learn to throw a frisbee and enjoy one of LA's largest parks.
Tisch West Works is a Tisch West collaborative arts forum that seeks writers, directors, producers and actors to share and develop new creative work.
On singer-songwriter Arlissa’s breakthrough track “Hearts Ain’t Gonna Lie,” she coos about the reality of truth always peeking through in life and love. It’s a mantra that the 25-year-old German-born, south London-bred siren has maintained throughout the entirety of her journey in music. As Arlissa enters the next phase of her career—armed with a dancey reboot of her viral hit thanks to Jonas Blue—she continues to promote honest music on her own terms.
Gene Kogan stops by to talk about the Google deeplearn project.
NYU Performance Studies presents The 3rd Annual José Esteban Muñoz Memorial Lecture with Judith Butler, who will be presenting new work on "Susceptibility and Solidarity".
This conversation will examine the materiality and aesthetic forms of football and basketball to address the paradoxical mixture of elegance, ferocity, normative masculinity, highly ritualized style, racial identity, and trauma that characterize both games.
The Associate Chairs, Freshmen Area Head and UGFTV Chair Ezra Sacks would like to hear from you. Directly. For that reason, we have scheduled two Town Halls. This will be your chance to talk to us about your experience at UGFTV - what's working for you well and what you feel could be better. All students - freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors - are invited to attend.
A portrait of the struggles of an Argentine actor trying to find his place in New York. The Guardian praised the film as an “acutely perceptive, achingly sad character study [that] deals in downgraded dreams and the brutal realities of trying to make it as an artist.” Post-screening discussion with the director, moderated by Cinema Studies PhD student Tanya Goldman.
Gene Kogan is an artist and a programmer who is interested in generative systems, computer science, and software for creativity and self-expression.
A lecture by Marcos Steuernagel, Assistant Professor of Theatre at the University of Colorado Boulder. He is working on the intersection of performance and politics, Brazilian and Latin American theatre and performance, and the digital humanities. He is co-editor with Diana Taylor of the trilingual digital book What is Performance Studies? (2015), and a member of the editorial board of HemiPress, winner of the 2017 ATHE/ASTR Award for Excellence in Digital Scholarship. His upcoming monograph traces the relationship between politics and aesthetics in contemporary Brazilian theatre and dance.
Everything you need to know about academic internships in the entertainment world. All majors and levels welcome!
Come out and meet ITP's "Something's in Residence"!
Tool of North America will be stopping by ITP to discuss their company and the work they produce.
A Dialogue with Simi Linton & Kevin Gotkin, Co-Directors of Disability/Arts/NYC Task Force (DANT)
Anna Deavere Smith's Notes From the field has been adapted to an HBO film, premiering February 24. Join Smith, who portrays a multitude of real-life characters with her signature precision, and Valerie Jarrett, former senior advisor to President Obama, when they sit down with CNN’s Van Jones for a probing conversation on race, class and the criminal justice system in contemporary America.