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April 2015 NewsletterApril 2015 Newsletter
05/06/2015 - We’re going to highlight a few things our Open Arts faculty have been a part of outside the classroom and give you an update on a former Tisch summer student who followed his dream of working in film and television. Interested in advancing your actor training through the Stanislavsky Method of Physical Actions, Brecht’s Epic Theater and more? More
March 2015 NewsletterMarch 2015 Newsletter
03/31/2015 - There is so much to share in this issue of the Tisch Special Programs Newsletter! We'll start in New York City, briefly take you to Berlin for a new program that will be starting there in 2016, and we'll come right back to NYC to tell you about summer. More
February 2015 NewsletterFebruary 2015 Newsletter
02/27/2015 - How did a Tisch Open Arts class lead to a Mountain Dew commercial? What is video mapping on St. Agnes in Berlin all about? Keep reading to learn more about this and get the latest from Tisch Open Arts and Summer High School faculty. Plus, we have some important admissions and registration dates. More
January 2015 NewsletterJanuary 2015 Newsletter
01/30/2015 - We'd like to share with you some exciting news regarding Tisch Open Arts faculty Brane Zivkovic and his involvement with the restoration of Harry Houdini's silent film The Grim Game. We'll also talk to students about Cuba; one just got back from his study trip and two have recently started their spring semester there.  More
topDecember 2014 NewsletterDecember 2014 Newsletter
01/05/2015 - We’re wrapping things up with some conversations with faculty about new programs for 2015, photos from our London students’ dress rehearsal for their performance of Timon of Athens, and of course we’re celebrating some student and faculty work.  More
November 2014 NewsletterNovember 2014 Newsletter
12/02/2014 - We would like to share with you two things we are thankful for: opportunity and collaboration. We witness this daily with our students and faculty. Take a moment to catch up on the inspiring work and projects that our family has been a part of. More