|Organization||Name||Desription||Deadline||Eligibility||Program dates||Application||Copies in room 1119?||Fee?|
|City Art Lab at City College of New York||Free After-School Art Program||This innovative project helps teens build a portfolio while working with outstanding teaching artists. As in previous years, over the course of 12 weeks, participants will investigate multiple ways to make art, from printmaking and drawing to sculpture and interactive art. Teens will explore these different approaches to creating art with practicing artists from City College of New York. Final artworks will be publicly exhibited. |
City Art Lab classes are FREE, and all art supplies are provided. All New York City high school students are welcome to apply; there is no need for previous art experience.
Classes will meet on Wednesdays from 4:30-7:00 p.m. from September 21 - December 14, 2016 in the Art Department at City College (Room 303E Shepard Hall) at 160 Convent Avenue and 140th Street. Participants must be able to attend every session. City Art Lab will culminate with a special student-centered Gallery Exhibition. The opening reception will take place on Friday, December 16.
|9/16/2016||all high school students|
Teacher must also recommend you at this email:
|ArtsConnection||Student Art Program||Exhibitions: ArtsConnection’s Student Art Program curates and mounts exhibitions that showcase artists in grades 6-12 from New York City public schools. Exhibitions of selected artwork are hosted in corporate spaces in New York City with an opening reception for artists and their guests.|
Awards: Each exhibiting artist and their teacher receives a $100 gift certificate from Blick Art Materials or B&H photo. Framed art is returned to student.
|10/28/2016||all high school students||teens.artsconnection.org||yes||yes|
|School Art League||Saturday Art Career Workshop Program||The Saturday Art Career Workshops for High School Sophomores and Juniors is a collaboration between The School Art League, The Art Directors Club and the New York City Department of Education. The program brings together New York City art students with design professionals who conduct workshops and share their expertise and career experiences. The series is targeted to students with a strong interest in visual arts and who intend to pursue the study of art after graduation. All art materials will be provided.|
The Fall workshops are typically Editorial/Advertising Design, Poster Design, Comics/ Cartooning, Graphic Design and Photography. All instructors are members of the Art Directors Club and are highly successful graphic designers/artists. They will explain how and why they became graphic designers and their experiences working in a variety of graphic design roles.
Additionally on the third day Juniors will have the opportunity for "unofficial" portfolio reviews by local colleges counselors. They will assist students in organizing their artwork for admissions portfolios after a presentation of their schools visual arts programs.
A light breakfast and lunch will be available FREE to all participants.
|10/5/2016||Sophomores and Juniors - TEACHER RECOMMENDATION REQUIRED|
DO NOT SEND APPLICATION WITHOUT TEACHER CONSULTATION
|Exploring the Arts||Apprenticeships||Various organizations offer paid apprenticeships||10/5/2016||Juniors and Seniors||See Mr. Brinegar in room 607||no||no|
|Cooper Union||The Saturday Program||The Saturday Program is a free Art & Architecture Program for NYC public HS students.|
We offer free classes in Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Sculpture, Sound Composition, Architecture and Portfolio Preparation.
All classes include ‘hands-on’ studio work (with free classroom supplies), creative writing workshops, and field trips to cultural sites. Each year, over 200 N.Y.C. public high school students enroll.
Classes meet on Saturdays from 10am-5pm, for two semesters each school year (October-December, and January- April).
All classes meet at the Cooper Union college campus in the East Village.
The Saturday Program was started in 1968 by undergraduate students at the Cooper Union. Since then, more than 8,000 young people have participated and gone on to higher education. Many alumni enter arts & architecture careers.
|Cooper Union||Portfolio Review Day in preparation for Saturday Portfolio Preparation Class||Port Prep is a studio course that prepares seniors to apply to college. Students create portfolio quality work in varied media, for a professionally photographed 20 piece Art/Arch final portfolio. They receive individual support with application procedures and visit a series of Professional Artists in their studios.||10/1/2016||SENIORS ONLY||10/1/16||see main lobby flier for information||no||no|
|Smack Mellon||Art Ready: Professional Artist Mentorship||Art Ready is a mentorship program designed to give high school students the opportunity to experience firsthand what it is like to be a professional working in a visual arts discipline. Students will meet a wide range of artists from emerging to well known and be mentored by professional artists. Students who complete Art Ready will be informed, educated and prepared to make a decision about pursuing a future career in the arts.||10/19/2016||Grades 10-12||11/2/16 - 5/24/17||http://smackmellon.org/files/3414/7405/6385/Art_Ready_Application_2016-2017_web.pdf||yes||no|
|School of the Art Institute of Chicago||SAIC Day||SAIC Days are designed to provide information about our curriculum, scholarship opportunities, life on campus, and career development, as well as time for in-depth portfolio reviews.||10/8/2016||SENIORS ONLY||10/8/16 12-3pm||RSVP HERE:|
|ArtsConnection||TRaC Program (Teen Reviewers and Critics)||The Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) Program is a FREE after-school opportunity for teens to explore the arts in NYC. Participants spend 10 weeks attending cutting edge theater, dance and music performances; visiting artist studios, galleries and museums; mastering NYC's subway system; learning the art of discussion and critical writing; producing media content and so much more!||9/27/2016||All grades||varies||https://teens.artsconnection.org/apply||no||no|
|Parsons||Parsons Scholars Program||The Parsons Scholars Program is a multi-year need-based scholarship program for low-income New York City public school students interested in art and design study. Accepted students participate from 10th grade through 12th grade.
Over the course of two and a half years, students have the opportunity to explore a wide variety of studio subjects to gain skills and knowledge that will help them gain admission and be successful in colleges of art and design. Students earn college credits and a Pre-College certificate from Parsons upon successful completion of the Parsons Scholars Program. In addition to these classes, students participate in workshops and fieldtrips to gain exposure to art and design fields. During the fall and spring semesters, programming is held on Saturdays from 9am- 5pm. During the summer, students are enrolled in a rigorous, two to three-week intensive course that meets daily from 9am to 4pm. Attendance to all programming is mandatory.
|10/28/16 at 8:00pm|
It is required for all applicants to attend ONE info and ONE studio session.
Application support will be provided at all sessions.
|10th grade only||http://form.jotform.com/parsonsscholars/application||no - online only||no|
|NYU||Free Saturday art workshops||Saturday Art Workshop is an 8-week program that allows students to infuse issues of social justice into a dynamic art-making practice. From 10am-12pm, Saturday mornings, teens explore one of four significant social themes (i.e. imagining the human body, activism in visual art, climate change, etc.) and draw upon a rich array of innovative, multidisciplinary approaches through which they can visually express their ideas.|
Classes are taught by teams of graduate students completing their Certification in Art Education program at New York University. Together, students and teachers consider ways in which artists can and do influence society, and experiment with techniques that include drawing, painting, printmaking, video, photography, 3-dimensional media, and installation. These workshops challenge students to think outside of traditional artistic media and explore how artistic boundaries and influence can be stretched to include what has historically been excluded. As part of the program students participate in a final exhibition inviting a wide audience of parents, friends, teachers, and NYU faculty, to see their work.
High School students do not need a portfolio to apply to the Saturday Art Workshop
Classes are Free, and open to students with all levels of art experience!
|10/7/2016||All grades||Saturdays 10/22 - 12/17||http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/art/education/high_school/saturday_art_workshop||no - online only||no|
|Pratt||Saturday Art School||Since 1897, Pratt Institute's Saturday Art School has been offering a broad range of classes for children and teens. Saturday Art School students are encouraged to explore a variety of media, techniques, and approaches. This program continues to validate our belief that opportunities to learn art and design should be available to all ages. Saturday Art School is a teaching and learning laboratory; most classes are taught by art and design education students who are supervised by faculty.||FALL: Registration forms will be accepted from August 30–September 16|
SPRING: Registration forms will be accepted from December 6–16
|All grades||FALL: Classes Meet: October 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29; November 5, 12, and 19; December 3 and 10|
SPRING:February 4, 11, 18, and 25; March 4, 11, and 25; April 1, 8, and 22
|FALL: https://www.pratt.edu/uploads/sas_fa16_registration_form_-_fill_in_2.pdf||no - FAX OR MAIL ONLY||yes - $300, but you may apply for financial aid, and cost is|
$50 with financial aid form: https://www.pratt.edu/uploads/sas_fa16_financial_aid_form_-_fill_in.pdf