Student Opportunities 2017-18
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OrganizationNameDesriptionDeadlineEligibilityProgram datesApplicationCopies in room 1119?Fee?
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Smack MellonArt Ready: Professional Artist MentorshipArt 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.10/4/2017Grades 10-12November 1 - May 16 2018https://smackmellon.submittable.com/submit/86750/art-ready-smack-mellons-professional-artist-mentorship-program-for-high-schoolnono
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ArtsConnectionTRaC ProgramThe Teens Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) Program is a FREE after-school opportunity for teens to explore the arts in NYC. Participants spend ten weeks attending cutting-edge theater, dance and music performances; visiting artists studios, galleries, and museums; mastering NYC's subway system; learning the art of discussion and critical writing; producing media content; and so much more!

What Happens in TRaC?
• Attend 5 art events in NYC, including plays, films, concerts, exhibitions, and more
• Work with professional artists and writers to publish reviews and writings on our blog.
• The JAR, at teens.artsconnection.org
• Meet new people from different backgrounds all across the metro area
• Travel around the five boroughs
• Improve your verbal and written communication skills
9/26/2017All high school studentsVisual Arts TRaC
Oct. 13- Dec. 16, Wednesdays, 4:30-6:30 at Museum of Arts and Design, with two weekend events
Discuss and write about the visual arts: painting, sculpture, installation and more! Past venues include: El Museo del Barrio, The New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, and various artist studios.

Music TRaC
Oct. 13- Dec. 16, Fridays, 4:30- 6:30 at ART-NY, with two weekend events
Discuss and write about the music artists, concerts, new releases and more! Past concerts and venues include: Denzel Curry, Quad Studios, and BAMCafe.

Film TRaC
Oct. 13- Dec. 16, Wednesdays, 4:30-6:30 at Museum of Arts and Design, with two weekend events
Discuss and write about films, film exhibitions, directors, critics, screenplays and more! Past screenings and venues include: Tribeca Film Festival, Anthology Film, and Whiplash.

Multi-Arts TRaC
Oct. 13- Dec. 16, Fridays, 4:30- 6:30 at ART-NY, with two weekend events
Discuss and write about and create digital media content in response to diverse art forms. PAst performances and venues include: Bronx Gothic, The Museum of Arts and Design, The Kitchen, and WNYC.
https://teens.artsconnection.org/trac/nono
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Maysles EducationTeen Producers AcademyThe Teen Producers Academy is a year-round after school and summer intensive film program where high school students work in small teams to make a short documentary. We are looking for youth who have a story to tell, and want to make moving and honest films about subjects important to you and your communities.9/2/18/2017Grades 10-12Program runs Fridays, 4:30 - 7:30 starting Friday November 3, 2017 and running for 25 weeks until May 18, 2018https://www.maysles.org/teen-producers-academynono
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Ace Mentor ProgramAce Mentor ProgramACE is a free after-school program for high school students who want to learn about careers in Architecture, Construction, and/or Engineering.
Students are mentored by successful architects, construction managers, and engineers who meet as a team at mentors’ offices twice a month during the school year for two hours starting at 4:00 or 4:30PM.
Teams are organized like a real life project design team and include a developer/owner, an architectural firm, a construction management company, and engineering firms.

What will I do in ACE?
Students will learn what it is like to work in the design and construction industry and develop a design project tailored to their interests. Sessions will include hands-on activities, use of design software, office tours and field trips to construction/project sites. Students will also build a model and present the design project with their teammates at the end of the year.
Apply by mid-OctoberAll high school studentsTBAwww.acementor.orgnono
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International Center of PhotographyFall Teen AcademyWith classes for beginners such as Photography I in Black & White: Camera & Darkroom, as well as more advanced courses like Photography I in Color: Color Film & Darkroom and Photography II in Black & White: The Self-Published Artist, our 10-week classes facilitate spaces for high school students to develop their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking.9/18/2017All high school studentsVarieshttps://www.icp.org/files/Teen%20Academy%20Scholarship%20Application%20-%20Fall%202017_0.pdfnoyes - check application, but need-based scholarships are available
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ArtsConnectionStudent Art ProgramExhibitions: 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 spaces in New York City with an opening recep-tion for artists and their guests. Awards: Each exhibiting artist and their teacher receives a $100 gift certificate from Blick Art Materials. Framed art is returned to student.10/24/2017All high school studentsApply by 10/24/2017 for a planned exhibition at a later date.teens.artsconnection.org/sap/nono
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ArtsConnectionTeen Programs InternshipsInternship Benefits:
Participation in ArtsConnection events and workshops
Access to performances and exhibitions in the city
Exposure to all departments and staff of the organization
Attendance at department and full staff meetings
Build a professional network and valuable references
Site visits with other arts and education organizations
Receive a stipend of $300 per internship
Receive credit (where applicable)
9/13/2017Age 17 and older9/13/17https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdipTlhS0JaB8qX9vE9eYwC6dysNW1d5peDdvepU4fXTcXAEw/viewform

See Mr. Landegger in room 1001
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FriezeFrieze TeensThe Freize Teens program supports high school students by providing them with the unique opportunity to interact with key players in the contemporary art world. From September through June, Frieze Teens meet weekly for a total of 28 workshops and site visits developing a comprehensive understanding of the myriad careers and current practice of the contemporary art world. Frieze Teens form a peer community and work collaboratively to investigate and broaden their artistic perspectives.9/12/2017All high school studentsSaturdays 10:30-12pm September through MaySee flyer in the lobbynono
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School of Visual Arts2017 AmericaHigh School students throughout the United States are invited by the BFA Photography
and Video Department at the School of Visual Arts to exhibit their photography alongside
their peers in a group show that explores themes of America in 2017. Each artist who
submits work is guaranteed to be represented in “2017 America,” which aims to give voice
to the newest members of the visual community. The exhibition will be on view from
November 17th through December 3rd at SVA Gramercy Gallery in New York City.
10/6/2017 (extended)All high school studentsExhibition dates: November 18 - December 2, 2017bfaphotovideo.sva.edu/highschoolexhibitnono
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CUE Art FoundationCUE Teen Art CollectiveThe CUE Teen Collective is a free, after school program designed for NYC high school students interested in art careers. Participants meet on Thursday afternoons from October through May to investigate the contemporary art world, develop professional skills, and produce a group exhibition in CUE’s gallery space. The CUE Teen Collective aims to cultivate teens’ personal artistic voices and to expand their notions of what art can be and how artists function within the world today. We pay particular attention to collaboration, non-traditional art and artists, and hybrid career paths. Through field trips, engagement with CUE’s exhibiting artists, and conversations with art professionals, participants are offered unique access to NYC’s art world.10/3/2017high school students in grades 10 and 11The program begins on October 12th, 2017 and runs through May 31st, 2018https://cueartfoundation.submittable.com/submit/73e011ce-b2f2-4439-bc3e-1b2be06d5cc4/cue-teen-collective-2017-2018nono
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BRAC (Bronx River Art Center)Cartooning with Devon PurkissBronx River Art Center (BRAC) is a culturally diverse, multi-arts, non-profit organization that provides a forum for community, artists, and youth to transform creativity into vision. Our Education, Exhibitions, Artist Studios, and Presenting Programs cultivate leadership in an urban environment and stewardship of our natural resource — the Bronx River.ASAPAll high school students10/12/2017http://www.bronxriverart.org/education.cfmnoYES
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Center for ArchitectureArchitecture and Design College FairThe Architecture and Design College Fair provides an opportunity for school representatives to interface with students, parents and school counselors who are interested in speaking with representatives from undergraduate architecture and design schools. High School students from the tri-state area are invited to attend this free college fair to learn more about applying to architecture school. Representatives from schools both within and outside of New York State will be on-hand at the Center for Architecture to meet with students and answer questions.RSVPAll high school students11/4/2017
11:00am-3:00pm
https://aiany.secure.force.com/pmtx/evt__QuickEvent?id=a0b6100000CDZk9nono
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ParsonsThe Parsons Scholars ProgramThe 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.
10/27/2017
8:00pm
10th graders only10th grade through 12th gradetinyurl.com/PSPapplication17yesyes
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The Jeffrey Ahn, Jr. FellowshipThe Jeffrey Ahn, Jr. FellowshipThe Jeffrey Ahn, Jr. Fellowship is an annual award for young artists to produce extraordinary independent projects. In providing creative capital to young people, the Fellowship seeks to foster a positive educational and creative process that empowers them to be working artists for a summer, and to experience the freedom and the responsibility that such trust entails. Fellowship awards are merit-based and open to young artists from any background or country.Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 5 PM Eastern TimeAll high school studentsn/ahttp://www.jeffreyahnjr.org/applicationnono
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New-York Historical SocietyStuart Weitzman Footwear Design CompetitionStuart Weitzman and the New-York Historical Society invite New York metro-area high school students to participate in a footwear design competition in conjunction with Walk this Way: Footwear from the Stuart Weitzman Collection of Historic Shoes. Students are invited to submit a unique shoe design in one of two categories: Socially-Conscious Fashion or Material Innovation. Reviewed by prominent curators, educators, and Stuart Weitzman himself, the ten finalists’ designs will be exhibited in Walk this Way at the New-York Historical Society and the finalists will be invited to the VIP Opening Reception. Stuart Weitzman will announce each winner at the Opening Reception. Stuart Weitzman will produce the winning designs to be included in the exhibition.Monday, December 18, 2017, 9:00amAll high school studentsn/ahttp://nyhistory.org/education/teens/stuart-weitzman-footwear-design-competition (INFO and entry link)nono
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Cooper UnionDesign Prep
Modern Calligraphy Workshop
Cooper Hewitt offers free hands-on workshops for teens to learn about design's creative process. Led by professional designers, the workshops help build skills and a portfolio. All programs are from 4:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Open to New York City high school students only.12/14/2017All high school students12/14/2017https://www.eventbrite.com/e/designprep-creative-calligraphy-tickets-40106664112?utm_source=DesignPrep+Teen+Programs&utm_campaign=8259c8aa59-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_09_18&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_dfa1e9f38b-8259c8aa59-308268053nono
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International Center of PhotographyWinter ClassesRegistration is open for our Winter Teen Academy classes at The International Center of Photography! From classes for beginners such as Photography I in Black & White: Camera & Darkroom to more theme-based courses such as Photography I in Color: Color Film & Darkroom, Photography II in Black & White: Lighting for Portraiture, and New Media I: People Powered Media Narratives, our 10-week classes facilitate spaces for high school students to develop their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking. From classes for beginners such as Photography I in Black & White: Camera & Darkroom to more theme-based courses such as Photography I in Color: Color Film & Darkroom, Photography II in Black & White: Lighting for Portraiture, and New Media I: People Powered Media Narratives, our 10-week classes facilitate spaces for high school students to develop their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking.1/5/18 at 5:00pmAll high school studentsvarieshttps://www.icp.org/files/Teen%20Academy%20-%20Scholarship%20Application%20-%20Winter%202018.pdfnoyes
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