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Abrons Art CenterTHE ABRONS ARTS CENTER SAMMY CAHN SCHOLARSHIPWith a generous gift from Tita Cahn, Abrons Arts Center is pleased to offer an annual scholarship to six youth to support their study of music. The Sammy Cahn Scholarship provides six students who demonstrate a commitment to advancing their musical craft in an instrument of their choice (including voice) with one year of free, weekly private music lessons with a professional instructor. 9/20/2018Students interested in applying for the Sammy Cahn Scholarship must meet the following criteria:
• Be between the ages of 8 and 18 at the time of application
• Have studied their instrument for at least one year as part of Abrons’ group or individual classes
• Express a dedication to their craft by committing to private music lessons for the 2019 Fiscal year (July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019) and an agreement for continued solo practice of their instrument for at least three hours per week.
July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019http://www.abronsartscenter.org/classes-workshops/sammy-cahn-scholarship/nono
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LPZ CinetechBack To OneOur introductory film arts programs and initiatives aim to expose students to the art and science of making films via a comprehensive hands-on experience that guides young filmmakers through all phases of the filmmaking process. Students are taught how to conceptualize, develop, write, film, and edit short documentary, narrative, and experimental films about themes relevant to them and their communities. Our talented teaching artists teach young people how to effectively use technology around them to tell compelling stories in an artistic and cinematic way. Students also learn about the constantly evolving film distribution space, as we guide them through the process of developing an audience and submitting their portfolios to film festivals, film competitions, and university film programs.n/aHigh School Studentsongoingto sign up: info@lpzcinetech.orgnoyes- please email info@lpzcinetech.org for information
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Smack MellonArt Ready ProgramSmack Mellon’s Art Ready program brings high school aged artists in 10th to 12th grades into the studios of NYC’s most innovative and inspiring cultural makers. The program is open to students attending NYC public high schools. Art Ready operates during the school year and includes a series of studio visits with emerging and established artists; a series of field trips to museums and galleries; a portfolio prep workshops; and a four-month arts mentorship. Art Ready connects up to twenty-one high school students with seven diverse artists, to gain practical experience working with professionals in a variety of artistic disciplines. There is no fee to participate, and all expenses, including museum admissions, transportation and food, are paid. Art Ready engages young people in a way no other arts education program does. It pairs students directly with working artists; the students learn firsthand over the course of a school year what it is to be an artist in the artist’s studio. Working as mentors, the artists provide professional and creative guidance as the students make decisions about their futures in the arts. Mentor/teaching artists tutor the students in their creative process, introduce them to new ways of working, and engage them in continuous critical reflection.10/3/2018Open to students in grades 10-12, attending NYC public high schoolsPROGRAM DATES: October 31, 2018 to May 15, 2019
PROGRAM TIMES: Wednesday afternoons, 4:00-6:30pm
https://smackmellon.submittable.com/submit/86750/art-ready-smack-mellons-professional-artist-mentorship-program-for-high-schoolnono
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Apollo TheaterApollo Theater AcademyThe Apollo Theater Academy Fall Internship Program provides high school students with opportunities for professional and personal development as they explore managerial and production careers in the performing arts and entertainment industries.

Interns learn about non-performance careers and what takes place behind the scenes at the Apollo Theater. Interns are assigned to work alongside staff members of the Apollo Theater for eight weeks in various departments such as Development, Marketing & Public Relations, Community Outreach, Programming, Education, and Events Management.
10/5/2018TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE FALL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM YOU MUST…

be enrolled in High School, currently in the 12th grade
be a New York City resident
have valid GREEN working papers (if under 18)
have a social security card (only required if accepted)
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays October 23– December 14, 2018 (as well as special event dates as assigned)https://www.apollotheater.org/education/teens/ata-high-school-internship/?mc_cid=40176f2612&mc_eid=3060b5bf34noPAID INTERNSHIP
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The One Club for Creativity/ School Art League/ NYC Dept of EducationSaturday Art Career WorkshopsThe Saturday Art Career Workshops are for high school sophomores and juniors. It is a collaboration of The School Art League, The One Club for Creativity, and the New York City Department of Education. In these FREE workshops, professional designers and artists conduct workshops in which they share their expertise and career experiences with art students who intend to pursue they study of art after graduation. This is an extraordinary opportunity for students to: meet and study with highly successful professionals in the field of Graphic and Advertising Design, develop and create hands-on projects, have their portfolios reviewed by major art school admissions counselors and learn about careers in the visual arts.n/aSophomores and JuniorsSaturdays 10/13, 10/20, 10/27yes - $1,000no
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New York Electrical Contractors Association2018 Holiday Greeting Card contestArtwork submitted must contain an “Electrical Work” holiday theme, and must be non-denominational. For example, Christmas trees, Christmas hats, Santa Claus, reindeer, elves, etc., are specific to Christmas and will not be considered. Penguins, snowmen, polar bears, and other WINTER characters are acceptable. Artwork containing denominational characters/figures will not be considered.

Please incorporate our logo into the artwork. The logo is in an email from Ms. Reingold to your teacher.

It is requested that construction-related graphics remain pertinent to the electrical industry only, and not include other trades’ tools. Tools or materials specific to the electrical industry - your teacher has a list from Ms. Reingold
11/1/201810, 11, 12 gradesn/aEntries can either be submitted as electronic files; a high-resolution JPEG Image due by November 1, 2018 to Mr. Brinegar at jbrinegar@schools.nyc.govyes - $100 first place
$50 second place
$25 third place
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ArtsConnectionStudent Art Program: "Simplicity in Complexity"The Student Art Program is an ongoing exhibition program with eight opportunities a year for NYC public school students in 6th -12th grade to showcase your artwork. We send open calls for thematic exhibitions that are curated, framed and installed in the offices of corporate partners. Exhibiting artists receive an award and come to an opening reception with fellow artists.11/9/2018all studentsvariedhttps://teens.artsconnection.org/sap/yes - each selected artist will receive $100 Blick gift cardno
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SheNYCCreateHERSheNYC is excited to launch CreateHER, a new program dedicated to fostering the talent and curiosity of female identifying high school students interested in writing and producing for the theatre.

This 6-session seminar will give students the opportunity to learn about playwriting and producing directly from women working in the theatre industry. Additionally, the CreateHER cohort will have the opportunity to write and produce 10-minute plays to be featured in the SheNYC Summer Theatre Festival at the Connelly Theatre in June.

CreateHER is an opportunity for young theatre makers to shape their artistic voice and discover how to take a creative idea from inception to stage
11/18/2018female identifying high school studentsStudents in the CreateHER cohort will be expected to attend all seminars, rehearsals, and the final performance. The seminars will be held on Sunday afternoons in midtown Manhattan, from 2pm-4pm, with current dates held as: February 10, March 3, March 17, March 31, May 5, May 19, and June 2.www.shenycarts.orgnono
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