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Music and Performing Arts Professions Summer Courses and Workshops NYU Steinhardt  |  NYU High School Summer Art Intensive  |  Summer Journalism at NYU  |  iD Programming Academy Held at NYU  |  iD Tech Camps: Code, Game, Create! Held at NYU

Music and Performing Arts Professions
Summer Courses and Workshops NYU Steinhardt

Music and Performing Arts Professions at NYU Steinhardt offers a wealth of courses and special programs for high school and college students, and young professionals throughout the summer in the areas of instrumental and vocal performance, musical theatre, acting, music technology, music composition, and music business.
2016 Offerings include :
Instrumental Performance Intensives for high school and college student performers::
• Piano Intensive: ages 15 and up (June 6-17, 2016)
• Broadway Percussion Seminar: ages 16 and up (June 12-16, 2016)
• Jazz Improv Workshop: ages 16 and up (Session I: June 27-July 8, 2016,
Session II: July 11-22, 2016, Session III: July 25-August 5, 2016)
• SummerStrings@NYU Audition Preparation Workshop: ages 15 and up (June 27-July 15, 2016)
• Institute for Woodwind Studies: ages 16-19 (July 17-23, 2016)
• Sandbox Percussion Seminar: ages 16 and up (August 1-6, 2016)
• Brass Workshop: ages 16 and up (June 22-26, 2015)
Vocal and Acting Performance Intensives for high school and college student performers:
• Looking for Shakespeare: ages 13-18 (June 30-July 23, 2016)
• Summer Study in Music Theatre: ages 16 and up (June 26-July 14, 2016)
• Classical Voice Intensive: ages 16 and up (July 18-August 4, 2016)
Music Technology Workshops for middle and high school students:
• Electronic Music Institute: for rising high school juniors and seniors ages 16 and up (June 27-July 8, 2016)
• Institute of Music Production Technology: for rising high school juniors and seniors ages 16 and up and up (June 27-July 8, 2016)
• Girls’ Electronic Music Seminar: ages 11-14 (June 29-July 3, 2016)
Music Composition Workshops for precollege students and older:
• NYU/ASCAP Foundation Film Scoring Workshop (June 1-10, 2016)
• Summer Songwriters Workshop: (June 13-24, 2016) • NYU/BMI Music in Advertising Workshop (July 22-24, 2016)
Music Business Workshops for precollege students:
• What Makes a Star?: Music Business Summer Institute: for rising high school juniors and seniors ages 16 and up: June 27-July 8, 2016, Session II: July 18-29, 2016)
Dance Education Workshops for high school students:
• Dance Intensive: for rising high school juniors and seniors ages 16 and up (July 11-22, 2016)
Program Information: Application deadlines and costs vary by program.

MPAP Summer Programs
NYU Steinhardt
Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
35 West Fourth Street, Suite 1077
New York, NY 10012-1172
Telephone:   (212) 998-5438
Web Site:   

New York (New York City / Manhattan), N.Y.
NYU High School Summer Art Intensive

The NYU High School Summer Art Intensive is a 3-week residential pre-college program that gives established and beginner creatives interested in the broad scope of art an introduction to the experience of being an art student at a prestigious New York City institution. 36 students, ages 16-18 will be immersed in approximately 40 hours per week of instruction in college-level studio art classes, guided studio time, and visits to art galleries, artist studios, museums, and other artistically relevant locations. Students will:
• Experience first-hand the challenges and experiences of being an NYU art student
• Receive dedicated time and instruction towards the development of core skills requisite to both building a strong college preparatory portfolio and becoming a well-rounded critical thinker
• Have access to NYU’s remarkable facilities in painting, ceramics, digital labs, laser engraving, 3D printing, and more
• Develop core skills including: drawing, painting, clay, Photoshop/Illustrator, and other digital rendering processes
• Gain access to other creative institutions in New York City (Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Whitney Museum of Art)
• Mount a final exhibition of art work in one of NYU’s East Village student art galleries
Classes will take place at NYU’s Barney Building on 34 Stuyvesant Street in the heart of New York City’s East Village, one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods. Residence hall housing is mandatory.

Program Information:
July 10-30, 2016
Eligibility: High School students going into their sophomore (10th), junior (11th), or senior (12th) year.
Program Costs:
Tuition: $3,918
Program Fee (special events and activities): $120
Housing: $226 per week; Meal plan (assuming 10 meals + $25 Dining Dollars per week): $155 per week
Financial aid is available for local students.
NYU Summer Art Intensive Application Deadline: April 30, 2016

Professor Noel Anderson, High School Programs Coordinator
NYU Steinhardt Department of Art and Art Professions
34 Stuyvesant Street
New York, NY 10003-7599
Telephone:   (212) 998-5700
Web Site:   

New York (New York City / Manhattan), N.Y.
Summer Journalism at NYU

Summer Session II only (July 6 - August 16, 2016)
Summer Journalism at NYU is for Pre-College students (rising juniors and seniors) with an interest in learning journalism skills against a backdrop of New York City's East Village and nearby Brooklyn neighborhoods.
A professional newsroom atmosphere is created by our collaboration with New York magazine.
Four college credits per class.
Resident or Commuter: Housing is available for students 16 and older.
If you require summer housing in an NYU dorm, click second website link in Contact section below.
The program is held at The NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, 20 Cooper Square, East Village, New York City.
2016 Course Offerings
Report NY
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | Time: 10:00 am-12:00 pm | Four college credits. OR
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday | Time: 12:00 pm-2:00 pm | Four college credits.
This course is for pre-college students who want exposure to the craft at a beginner's level. It's a class in gathering and writing the news, including news evaluation, reporting and writing techniques, and specialized beats, with New York City, especially Downtown New York and its nearby Brooklyn neighbors, as the lab. It's designed to provide extensive practice. It covers how reporters are assigned stories, how stories are planned and written, and journalism ethics and responsibilities. Students report and write stories under newsroom conditions. For students with and without prior journalism studies or experience. With multimedia support.
The Personal Essay
Tuesday, Thursday | Time: 4:00 pm-7:00 pm | Four college credits 
Do you have something to say? A story to tell? An application essay to write? An original voice? This course will nurture that voice, help shape the stories, sharpen your skills. The personal essay is a popular form of nonfiction writing, cherished by both writers and readers, but crafting a successful essay is a difficult skill. How can we be self-revealing without being self-indulgent? How can we make our own experiences powerful for others? In this course, students will read some of the best essays around, from Langston Hughes and Joan Didion to Oliver Sacks to Marjorie Williams and other writers and write their own, taking each one through several drafts. The heart of the course will be close reading and editing of student work. For students' with and without prior journalism studies or experience.
Culture Vulture
Tuesday, Thursday, Thursday | Time: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm | Four college credits
Have you ever gone to a four-star/two-thumbs up film and fallen asleep? Were you shocked when “Once” won the Tony for Best Musical? Do you secretly think that “Breaking Bad” is a lot more poignant than Hamlet? Do you wonder why novels about love and family by men are Great Novels and novels about love and family by women are chick lit? Could your grandma paint some of that stuff in the Museum of Modern Art? Culture Vulture is a course in reading, writing and thinking about the art of criticism. Students will be introduced to some of the best and most important cultural critics and to some of the key critical debates of the last decades. What makes something “high” or “low” culture? Is “taste” just a matter of opinion? How much does the race of an author matter? Why can we scream at a concert but talk in whispers at a museum? Now that the Internet has made everyone a critic, do the “official” critics matter? We’ll take advantage of our location in New York city and inhale culture -- art, film, theater, books, TV -- and then learn to write about it, both as arts reporters and as cultural critics.
Writing the Body (Session 2)
Monday, Wednesday | Time: 1:00 pm-4:00 pm | Four college credits
To what extent are we our bodies? Do we inhabit them, flee them, celebrate them, transcend them? How do others “read” our bodies? Are we accepted by our culture … admired … despised? Writing the Body is a course for everyone with a body – a male body, a female body, a body of uncertain gender. We will read a wide variety of individual body-centered accounts (What is it like to be a quadriplegic and only be able to move your mouth? What is it like to be very fat?) and cultural analyses (If egg and sperm both move to meet in the Fallopian tube, who decided to call the sperm active and the egg passive? Is plastic surgery barbaric or empowering?) Topics discussed will include – but not be limited to – beauty, weight, sex, rape, menstruation, abortion, penis size, transgender identity, body modification (tattoos, piercing and beyond), disability, and race. In addition to extensive reading and discussion, students will write several versions of their own stories of embodiment.

Don Starr
Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute
New York University
20 Cooper Square, 6th Floor
New York, NY  10003
Telephone:   (212) 998-7994
Web Site:   
  (Click link above for Housing Information at NYU).

New York (New York City / Manhattan), N.Y.
iD Programming Academy Held at NYU

Get Ready for the 1 Million Unfilled Coding Jobs by 2020!
Gain a competitive edge and learn how coding can lead to a college degree and a fulfilling career. Ages 13-18 spend two weeks immersed in app development, programming, coding, or robotics engineering. Teens learn at their own pace from top-tier instructors with impressive backgrounds in software programming, computer science, app development, and other areas. Classes are small for personalized attention, with only 8 students max per course. A highlight of the program is interacting with professionals to gain industry insights about what it’s like to work in the programming and engineering fields.
12 Prestigious University Locations in 11 States
These 2-week, pre-college programs are held at NYU-Washington Square, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, UCLA, Emory, Rice, Dartmouth, UNC-Chapel Hill, Lake Forest College (Chicago area), and UW-Seattle.
Additional iD Tech Programs Throughout NY
iD Tech also offers iD Game & Development Academy held at Vassar College (for teens), iD Tech Camps held at 10 NY campuses (ages 7-17), Alexa Café held at Sarah Lawrence (all-girls STEM program in a unique, stylish setting), and iD Tech Mini held at The Town School (half and full day for ages 6-9).

iD Tech - Camps, Academies & Online
Telephone:   (888) 709-8324
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New York (New York City / Manhattan), N.Y.
iD Tech Camps: Code, Game, Create! Held at NYU

Ignite Your Child’s Future
This is not your typical summer camp; the impact lasts long after the summer ends. iD Tech Camps inspires the next generation of coders, game designers, and technology visionaries. The secret? Creating a fun learning environment where students express their creativity through technology. During the week, students work on their own project and discover what they love doing. They see firsthand how an interest can turn into a college degree and compelling career. This experience inspires them to keep learning, giving them a competitive advantage for school, college, and life.
Students ages 7-17 learn programming, code apps, solve engineering problems, design video games, mod Minecraft, create 3D printed objects, build websites, and more. They learn at their own pace and receive personalized training because there are no more than 8 students per instructor. And they’re in an environment where young creative minds are surrounded by others who share similar interests. Join the makers of tomorrow.

Program Information:
Programs are held at over 150 prestigious campuses throughout NY and the U.S, including:
Columbia, Princeton, Yale, Harvard, and Stanford.
5 iD Tech Programs Include::
• iD Tech Camps (weeklong, ages 7-17)
• Alexa Café (weeklong, ages 10-15, all-girls)
• iD Tech Mini (weeklong, ages 6-9, half-day options)
• iD Programming Academy (2-week, pre-college, ages 13-18)
• iD Game Design & Development Academy (2-week, pre-college, ages 13-18)
Columbia University
NYU-Union Square
Marymount Manhattan College
NYIT- Manhattan
NYIT- Central Islip
Adelphi University
Queens College
The Town School
Sarah Lawrence College
Vassar College

Telephone:   (888) 709-8324
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New York (New York City / Manhattan), N.Y.



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