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05/01/2015 - A collection of works made by the current students at Tisch Dance More
Screening of LAST DAYS IN THE DESERT, Q&A w/ Ewan McGregor!Screening of LAST DAYS IN THE DESERT, Q&A w/ Ewan McGregor!
04/30/2015 - Join us for an advance screening of Rodrigo Garcia's LAST DAYS IN THE DESERT, starring Ewan McGregor! More
Tisch Relaxation DayTisch Relaxation Day
04/28/2015 - Brought to you by TUSC More
Design Show 2015Design Show 2015
04/28/2015 - Featuring the work of the MFA graduating class More
topITP Spring Show 2015ITP Spring Show 2015
04/28/2015 - A 2 day exhibition of recently created interactive projects by the graduate students of ITP. More
ITP Thesis Week 2015ITP Thesis Week 2015
04/28/2015 - Graduating students present their thesis projects. More
Tisch at Cannes 2015Tisch at Cannes 2015
04/22/2015 - We congratulate our students and alumni on their films showing in and around the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. More
MIAP Alumni Receive 4 of 10 Prestigious National ResidenciesMIAP Alumni Receive 4 of 10 Prestigious National Residencies
04/21/2015 - Four recent Moving Image Archiving and Preservation (MIAP) program graduates were awarded coveted residency positions in the National Digital Stewardship Residency (NDSR) program. More
Sam Carner '03 (MFA, Musical Theatre Writing) Wins Kleban PrizeSam Carner '03 (MFA, Musical Theatre Writing) Wins Kleban Prize
04/16/2015 - Carner, who has taught at Yale and New York University, has co-written musicals including “Unlock’d,” a New York Musical Theater Festival award winner, and “Island Song.” More
topChoreographer Composers & Designers Workshop 2015Choreographer Composers & Designers Workshop 2015
04/16/2015 - A showing of the work created in the Choreographer Composers and Designers Workshop More
Beyond 'Asian Extremes': A Workshop on New Cinema Practices in Southeast and East AsiaBeyond 'Asian Extremes': A Workshop on New Cinema Practices in Southeast and East Asia
04/09/2015 - Focusing on contemporary independent film practices, this workshop aims to foster dialogues between film and media scholars, practitioners, and activists to explore parallels, intersections, and future collaborations in the Trans-Asian context. More
Tisch GalaTisch Gala
04/09/2015 -  More
NYU Can HelpNYU Can Help
04/07/2015 - NYU student organizations are banding together to collect money and materials to help those affected by the 7th street fire. As there are a number of NYU students who have been affected (either being displaced from their apartment temporarily, or those who lived in the buildings), we feel the urgency to act quickly.  More
Kieran Kesner '14 (BFA, Photography & Imaging) Wins First Place Award from NPPAKieran Kesner '14 (BFA, Photography & Imaging) Wins First Place Award from NPPA
04/06/2015 - Renowned as “the contests designed for photojournalists by photojournalists,” and incorporating the many facets of the visual journalism industry, NPPA's Best of Photojournalism competitions attract the most talented professionals in still, video, multimedia, and editing, year after year. More
topDavid Javerbaum '95 (MFA, GMTW) Headed to BroadwayDavid Javerbaum '95 (MFA, GMTW) Headed to Broadway
04/01/2015 - When An Act of God debuts on Broadway at Studio 54 on May 5, it will be the culmination of a divine series of events that brought this hilarious new comedy to life on stage. More
Information on 7th Street Fire and Building CollapseInformation on 7th Street Fire and Building Collapse
03/27/2015 - Updates and information on the 7th Street Fire and Building Collapse. More
Royce Vavrek '07 MFA Profiled in Opera NewsRoyce Vavrek '07 MFA Profiled in Opera News
03/19/2015 - His words give a bizarre lift to contemporary opera. This spring, librettist Royce Vavrek’s Dog Days comes to Fort Worth and L.A. HEIDI WALESON talks with one of opera’s freshest new voices. More
Jake Rosenberg '18 Named Up and ComerJake Rosenberg '18 Named Up and Comer
03/13/2015 - Jake Rosenberg is an award winning playwright and one of the youngest authors of a work to have been accepted into the National Holocaust Theater Archive thanks to his most recent off-Broadway production in NYC, the self directed Muse of Fire. More
The Business of Music FestivalsThe Business of Music Festivals
03/11/2015 - Panel conversation on the business behind music festivals. More
topA Jewels Conversation: Fashion & Music w. Kitty CashA Jewels Conversation: Fashion & Music w. Kitty Cash
03/06/2015 - A conversation with DJ and fashion publicist, Kitty Cash. More
Become a fanum.fm Tastemaker at NYU!Become a fanum.fm Tastemaker at NYU!
03/06/2015 - Learn more about becoming a musical tastemaker at NYU. More
Hearing Protection Essentials & In-Ear MonitoringHearing Protection Essentials & In-Ear Monitoring
03/06/2015 - A discussion regarding hearing protection and preservation. More
Magazines & Blogs: From Discovery to PlacementMagazines & Blogs: From Discovery to Placement
03/06/2015 - Learn about music discovery and journalism, and how it ties into marketing. More
Musical Shares: Splice & Ableton Live 9Musical Shares: Splice & Ableton Live 9
03/06/2015 - Learn how to use Splice to create music. More
topNYU Students Celebrate Women in Film at Fusion FestivalNYU Students Celebrate Women in Film at Fusion Festival
02/26/2015 -  More
DP Reed Morano on Making it as a CinematographerDP Reed Morano on Making it as a Cinematographer
02/24/2015 - Now in its 13th year, NYU Tisch School of the Arts' Fusion Film Festival celebrates women in film, television and new media. The upcoming festival, which runs from February 26-28, will feature events with TV legends Amy Sherman-Palladino ("Gilmore Girls") and Janet Tamaro ("Rizzoli and Isles"), "American Psycho" director Mary Harron in conversation with Mary Lambert ("Pet Sematary") and cinematographer Reed Morano, Fusion's "Woman of the Year."
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Spike Lee: NYU Makes Him a Better EntrepreneurSpike Lee: NYU Makes Him a Better Entrepreneur
02/24/2015 - Filmmaker Spike Lee and media and fashion entrepreneur Marc Ecko talk to WSJ's Lee Hawkins about how the NYU studnets Lee teaches help him stay relevant. Lee will oversee branded content and video products at Ecko's company. More
Show Two 2015Show Two 2015
02/24/2015 - Join us Thursday, March 26th for the opening reception of SHOW TWO, the second of two exhibitions featuring thesis projects from the class of 2015. More
Going Into the City: Robert Christgau Book Release EventGoing Into the City: Robert Christgau Book Release Event
02/12/2015 - A special event celebrating the release of Bob Christgau's memoir. More
topTisch 48 2015Tisch 48 2015
02/03/2015 - Tisch 48 is an annual competition where students form groups create a three minute film based around a given prop, line of text and a character. The films are judged and the top twenty films are screened at a final showing on March 6th.  More
Oh Lucy! Wins Big at 2015 Sundance Film FestivalOh Lucy! Wins Big at 2015 Sundance Film Festival
01/29/2015 - Congratulations to Atsuko Hirayangi whose Tisch Asia thesis film OH LUCY! won the Short Film Jury Award: International Fiction at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. More
2015 Tisch Oscar Nominations2015 Tisch Oscar Nominations
01/15/2015 - The 87th Academy Awards ceremony, presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), will honor the actors, technical achievements, and films of 2014 and take place February 22, 2015.  More
Tisch @ Sundance Film Festival 2015Tisch @ Sundance Film Festival 2015
01/08/2015 - Dean Allyson Green invites you to celebrate our remarkable storytellers at the Sundance Film Festival, Saturday, January 24th, 1-3pm More
Tisch Drama Students Brighten the Season For Children with CancerTisch Drama Students Brighten the Season For Children with Cancer
12/22/2014 - Michael McElroy knows the healing power of music. And under his leadership, Tisch drama students at the New Studio on Broadway were able to share their own gift to lift the hearts of children battling pediatric cancer and their families at a special concert at Ronald McDonald House New York last night.  More
topSummer in NYCSummer in NYC
12/17/2014 - Tisch School of the Arts offers summer courses for college students and adult learners. There are undergraduate, graduate, and noncredit course options available. More
21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations
12/11/2014 -  More
ITP Big Screens ShowITP Big Screens Show
12/04/2014 - ITP animation and video work on a 120 foot long video wall. More
ITP Winter Show 2014ITP Winter Show 2014
12/04/2014 - A 2 day exhibition of creative interactive projects by the graduate students of ITP More
Record of Cherry Road by Elizabeth MoranRecord of Cherry Road by Elizabeth Moran
11/25/2014 - The Department of Photography & Imaging presents Record of Cherry Road, an exhibition of photographs by alum Elizabeth Moran, recipient of the Department's 2013 Tierney Fellowship. More
topTisch Asia’s Maurício Osaki Advances in the Oscar RaceTisch Asia’s Maurício Osaki Advances in the Oscar Race
11/21/2014 - Congratulations to Mauricio Osaki, whose second year film, MY FATHER’S TRUCK, has been shortlisted to 1 of 10 films that will advance to the next stage of voting for the 87th Academy Awards. More
Art & Public Policy's Karen Finley in the New York TimesArt & Public Policy's Karen Finley in the New York Times
11/06/2014 -  More
Rick Rubin Returns to NYURick Rubin Returns to NYU
10/20/2014 - Rick Rubin '85 (BFA, Kanbar, Film and TV) founded Def Jam Records at Weinstein Hall, room 712. But for Rolling Stone Films' premiere documentary, Rick Was Here, he ventured back to Weinstein Hall, room 712, to remember how it all began. "I can't believe it's 30 years," he says. "It's really trippy." More
DPI Alumnus Chang W. Lee in the New York TimesDPI Alumnus Chang W. Lee in the New York Times
10/16/2014 - Whether he is photographing the war in Afghanistan, chronicling the ravages of pollution in China or delighting in the Olympics in Sydney, Nagano or Beijing, Chang W. Lee takes lyrical and poetic pictures. More
Award for Suzan-Lori Parks Award for Suzan-Lori Parks
09/26/2014 - The playwrights Dan O’Brien and Suzan-Lori Parks are the 2014 recipients of the Horton Foote Prize, given every other year to honor excellence in American theater.  More
topOpen Faculty PositionsOpen Faculty Positions
09/17/2014 - Tisch School of the Arts, one of the world's leading arts schools, invites qualified candidates to apply for faculty positions in the following departments: More
Global Citizen Festival - The Action SummitGlobal Citizen Festival - The Action Summit
09/16/2014 - An extension of the popular Global Citizen Festivalâ??, The Summit is an interactive symposium focused on the challenges to ending extreme poverty by 2030. More
Grad Film Students Win BAFTA ScholarshipsGrad Film Students Win BAFTA Scholarships
09/16/2014 - Two students in the graduate program at the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts were among 21 students worldwide awarded scholarships today by The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).  More
Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration (On view at NYU)Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration (On view at NYU)
09/16/2014 - Social in Practice: The Art of Collaboration exhibition moves to NYU's Tisch School of the Arts More
Salute to the Class of 2014Salute to the Class of 2014
09/15/2014 - Dean Mary Schmidt Campbell addressed 1,275 members of the Tisch School of the Arts class of 2014 at Radio City Music Hall on May 23, 2014. Martin Scorsese ’64/’68/Hon. ’92 was the honored speaker. More
topDramatic Writing's Walter Bernstein in VarietyDramatic Writing's Walter Bernstein in Variety
09/04/2014 - “What’s it about?” is a question Bernstein, who turned 95 this month, has been asking himself in one form or another for most of his 65-year career, which has stretched from the early days of live television to the modern era of binge watching, and from the lionized “golden age” of the studio system to the low-budget indie renaissance.  More
Faculty & Staff Exhibition 2014-2015Faculty & Staff Exhibition 2014-2015
09/03/2014 - An exhibition of works created by the faculty and staff of the Department of Photography & Imaging More
Taking a Mid-Career LeapTaking a Mid-Career Leap
09/02/2014 - After nine years as Dance department chair for the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Lavagnino is looking forward to spending more time in the studio. More
Tisch Dance #3 in NationTisch Dance #3 in Nation
08/29/2014 - Graduates of NYU Tisch have advanced to virtually every single position a modern dance artist could hope to achieve, including spots in top dance companies, professorships at top universities, and soloist honors for a variety of important productions in New York City and abroad. More
2014 Primetime Emmy Winners2014 Primetime Emmy Winners
08/28/2014 - Congratulations to the following alumni who received awards at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy® Awards on Monday, August 25th. Bravo! More
topTwo Kanbar Alums Nominated for SFFS/Hearst Screenwriting GrantTwo Kanbar Alums Nominated for SFFS/Hearst Screenwriting Grant
08/18/2014 - Sayeeda Clarke and Micah Shaffer nominated for the SFFS/Hearst Screenwriting Grant More
PBS' Mediashift Spents 'Three Eye-Opening Days at NYU’s ITP'PBS' Mediashift Spents 'Three Eye-Opening Days at NYU’s ITP'
08/13/2014 - During the three days I spent at ITP, I learned how a cutting-edge tech and new media program stays out front, and how the work being done by ITP’s students reflects not just what’s next for media and tech, but for media and tech education. More
Black Portraiture[s] II: Imaging the Black Body and Re-staging HistoriesBlack Portraiture[s] II: Imaging the Black Body and Re-staging Histories
08/05/2014 - This conference will bring together artists and scholars from an assortment of disciplines and practices, including art history, fashion, performance, and fine art... More
Tisch Adds Bachelor’s Degree in Video Game DesignTisch Adds Bachelor’s Degree in Video Game Design
08/05/2014 - The Game Center expects to accept 20 students from within N.Y.U. for the program in January, with an inaugural class of about 40 first-year applicants arriving in the fall of 2015. N.Y.U.’s first class of M.F.A. students in game design received their degrees in May. More
Graduate Admissions Information FairGraduate Admissions Information Fair
08/04/2014 - On September 15, 2014, New York University will host an Information Fair for candidates interested in graduate study at any of the graduate and professional schools of NYU. Candidates will have the opportunity to learn about admissions and financial aid policies and processes from admissions representatives from each of the graduate divisions. More
topTisch Climbs to Second Spot in THR RankingTisch Climbs to Second Spot in THR Ranking
07/31/2014 - Alums received 10 Oscar noms this past season, more than any other school. More
66th Primetime Emmy® Nominees66th Primetime Emmy® Nominees
07/14/2014 - Seventy four Tisch alumni earned a total of 56 Primetime Emmy® nominations in 2014. More
NYU Opens Gaming Incubator to Turn Art Students Into EntrepreneursNYU Opens Gaming Incubator to Turn Art Students Into Entrepreneurs
06/11/2014 - For the New York gaming scene to come of age, it's gonna need its artists and designers to buckle down and bring in cash flow.  More
2014 Tisch Tony Winners2014 Tisch Tony Winners
06/09/2014 - Congratulations to the following alumni & Dean's Council members who were presented with Tony Awards® at the 68th Annual Tony Awards® at Radio City Music Hall on June 8, 2014! The evening also featured performances by alumnus Adam Jacobs (Aladdin) and alumna Idina Menzel (If/Then).  More
Master of the Game (Diploma Says So)Master of the Game (Diploma Says So)
05/30/2014 - The Game Center is part of the Tisch School of the Arts, meaning that game design is taught alongside theater, film, television and all the rest. Next fall, the school expects to add a bachelor of fine arts degree in the field. More
topTwo Tisch Films at Cannes Cinefoundation; Hirayanagi Earns Second PrizeTwo Tisch Films at Cannes Cinefoundation; Hirayanagi Earns Second Prize
05/23/2014 - ”Oh Lucy!” by Tisch Asia's Atsuko Hirayanagi won second prize in the Cannes Cinefoundation section of the Cannes Film Festival. More
Online game shows human toll of illegal immigrationOnline game shows human toll of illegal immigration
05/15/2014 - Marco Williams, a New York University professor and creator of "The Migrant Trail," said his goal was to humanize participants on both sides. He is also the director/producer of "The Undocumented," a documentary about immigrants who perished, and the subsequent efforts by U.S. and Mexican authorities to identify and repatriate the remains. More
ITP Spring Show 2014ITP Spring Show 2014
05/13/2014 - A two-day exhibition of recent work by the students of ITP.  More
Photography & Imaging BFA ExhibitionPhotography & Imaging BFA Exhibition
05/07/2014 - Photography & Imaging BFA Exhibition will comprise approximately 200 works by 33 students representing the visual and conceptual diversity of the class of 2014.  More
2014 Tony Nominations2014 Tony Nominations
04/30/2014 - 13 Tisch Alumni and Dean’s Council Members receive 16 Tony Awards® nominations in 10 Categories! More
topAllyson Green Appointed Dean of the Tisch School of the ArtsAllyson Green Appointed Dean of the Tisch School of the Arts
04/30/2014 - NYU President John Sexton and Provost David McLaughlin today named Allyson Green – a respected professional artist, curator and educator in the performing and visual arts, and an associate dean at Tisch since 2012 – as the new dean of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, effective June 1. More
Tisch Filmmakers Showcased at CannesTisch Filmmakers Showcased at Cannes
04/28/2014 - Since 1989, The American Pavilion has offered opportunities in Cannes to film students from around the world. The 2014 Emerging Filmmaker Showcase will provide an opportunity for young filmmakers to have their works seen by Cannes Festival and Film Market attendees. Prizes will be awarded to filmmakers and the top twenty-one films will be screened in a special “Emerging Filmmaker” showcase at The American Pavilion in Cannes. More
Deb Willis on African American History Through PhotographyDeb Willis on African American History Through Photography
04/24/2014 - The Bitter and the Sublime: Deb Willis on African American History Through Photographs More
Female in Gaza by Monique Jaques '08 (BFA, Photo & Imaging)Female in Gaza by Monique Jaques '08 (BFA, Photo & Imaging)
04/22/2014 - I have been photographing in Gaza for several years, initially to cover the conflict with Israel, but over time returning because I am mesmerized by the women, and their strength. More
Pulitzer Prize for Drama Awarded to Annie Baker '03Pulitzer Prize for Drama Awarded to Annie Baker '03
04/17/2014 - Annie Baker '03 (BFA, Dramatic Writing), an adjunct professor in the Rita and Burton Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing at the Tisch School of the Arts, was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for her play, “The Flick”. This year, Baker also holds the prestigious Goldberg faculty position in the department. She was recently named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow. More
topEight From Tisch School of the Arts Receive Guggenheim FellowshipsEight From Tisch School of the Arts Receive Guggenheim Fellowships
04/15/2014 - Five faculty members and three alumni from the Tisch School of the Arts have been named 2014 Guggenheim Fellows.  More
Photography & Imaging's Jonno Rattman's Featured in NY TimesPhotography & Imaging's Jonno Rattman's Featured in NY Times
04/14/2014 - In the fall of 2010, Jonno Rattman, then a sophomore at New York University, was living in a 7-by-8-foot room, six flights above Thompson Street, when he began to feel overwhelmed by the world coming at him in the daily news. More
Professor Questlove schools NYU students in Prince 101Professor Questlove schools NYU students in Prince 101
03/24/2014 - Take it from somebody who knows from experience — students who scribble Prince’s unpronounceable logo on their books are likely to get detention. But there is one class where it might actually earn you extra credit. More
Congratulations to Natyna OsborneCongratulations to Natyna Osborne
03/21/2014 - The Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing would like to congratulate undergraduate senior Natyna Osborne on her work GRAY'S FERRY wining the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) Undergraduate Playwriting Award. More
Show Two 2014: Photography & Imaging ExhibitionShow Two 2014: Photography & Imaging Exhibition
03/18/2014 - An exhibition featuring works in photography, digital imaging, and multimedia by 18 graduating seniors from the class of 2014 More
topProfessor Goldfarb's Musical To Open Off BroadwayProfessor Goldfarb's Musical To Open Off Broadway
03/14/2014 - A new jukebox musical about the 1960s-era songwriter and record producer Bert Berns, featuring hits including “Twist and Shout,” “I Want Candy” and “Hang On, Sloopy,” will begin a commercial Off Broadway run at Signature Center on June 25 and open on July 21. More
2014 SXSW Awards Presented to Alumni and Students2014 SXSW Awards Presented to Alumni and Students
03/13/2014 - The 2014 South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival Award winners includes a healthy roster of Tisch students and alumni. More
A Conversation with Raoul PeckA Conversation with Raoul Peck
03/13/2014 - Dean Mary Schmidt Campbell invites you to A Conversation with Raoul Peck, the acclaimed filmmaker and scholar-in-residence at Tisch School of the Arts, at 11 a.m., Monday, March 24, in the Dean’s Conference Room, 721 Broadway, 12th Floor. More
NYU's Fusion FF: Celebrating Women in Film, Television, & New MediaNYU's Fusion FF: Celebrating Women in Film, Television, & New Media
03/06/2014 - This is what the Fusion Film Festival at NYU is all about: shining a light on what is bubbling up from the new work all around us, and celebrating the work of women we deeply admire, who are giving us reasons to hope that we can find our way once we leave the sheltered world of a film school. More
Giorgio Armani Presents Films of City FramesGiorgio Armani Presents Films of City Frames
03/05/2014 - Giorgio Armani, in collaboration with Rai Cinema and Luxottica, presents Films of City Frames; a new project involving a series of amateur short films created by students from six prestigious film schools, including Tisch School of the Arts. More
topSocial in Practice: The Art of CollaborationSocial in Practice: The Art of Collaboration
03/05/2014 - Focused on the use of community collaboration and activism in art making, the multimedia exhibition features artists, collectives and organizations based in New York and around the world. More
Big Weekend Wins for Alumnus Steve McQueenBig Weekend Wins for Alumnus Steve McQueen
03/03/2014 - The weekend of March 1st proved to be a landmark weekend for alumnus Steve McQueen and his film "12 Years A Slave." More
Nine Alumni Are Nominated For OscarsNine Alumni Are Nominated For Oscars
03/03/2014 - The Big Apple’s graduates take the biggest slice of the Oscar nomination pie, with nine graduates amassing 10 nominations over five award categories. More
Alumnus Hank Willis Thomas Exhibits at Goodman Gallery in JohannesburgAlumnus Hank Willis Thomas Exhibits at Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg
02/25/2014 - Hank Willis Thomas's exhibition looks at the impact of protest and the tools used in protest in South Africa's history.  More
Tisch + Merce Cunningham TrustTisch + Merce Cunningham Trust
02/24/2014 - NYU Tisch Dance and New Media Fellows (post-grads of the Tisch Dance and New Media Program), under the mentorship of Founding Director Paul Galando and Merce Cunningham Trust Executive Director Lynn Wichern, are multi-cam live streaming and making archival documentation of multi-camera filming from New York City Center Studios. More
topTisch Community Lauded at 45th Annual NAACP Image AwardsTisch Community Lauded at 45th Annual NAACP Image Awards
02/22/2014 - The NAACP Image Awards is the nation’s premier multi-cultural awards show. Bravo to our award recipients! More
Dean's Council Members Elizabeth Hemmerdinger and Alec Baldwin Produce "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me"Dean's Council Members Elizabeth Hemmerdinger and Alec Baldwin Produce "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me"
02/21/2014 - Now in her late 80s, Broadway legend Elaine Stritch remains as ferociously funny as ever. In this bold, hilarious and poignant portrait, the uncompromising Tony and Emmy Award-winner is revealed both on and off stage in this film produced by Tisch Dean's Council Member Elizabeth Hemmerdinger. More
2014 A.C.E. Nominees and Recipient2014 A.C.E. Nominees and Recipient
02/07/2014 - In early January, the American Cinema Editors revealed their nominees for the ACE Eddie Awards. The awards were presented on February 7th in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton, and recognize outstanding editing in ten categories of film, television and documentaries. More
Tisch Alumnus Designs Opening Ceremony for 2014 Winter OlympicsTisch Alumnus Designs Opening Ceremony for 2014 Winter Olympics
02/07/2014 - We are pleased and proud to announce that Tisch School of the Arts alumnus, George Tsypin '84, Design Department (now the Department of Design for Stage and Film), is the production designer for the 2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony. More
Photography & Imaging Chair Deb Willis at HarvardPhotography & Imaging Chair Deb Willis at Harvard
02/05/2014 - Photographer, curator, and arts scholar Deborah Willis, who normally hangs her beret at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, will be in residence at Harvard this semester. More
topTisch Grads Remember Hoffman's Intensity, AdviceTisch Grads Remember Hoffman's Intensity, Advice
02/04/2014 - Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left a legacy of inspiration and purpose to New York University students at the Tisch School of the Arts, who said his presence at his alma mater and in Washington Square Park was an ever-present reminder of the high standard he set in theater and film.  More
Tisch Student Awarded Memorial Fellowship in ScreenwritingTisch Student Awarded Memorial Fellowship in Screenwriting
01/29/2014 - Hennah Sekandary of New York University has been selected to receive the Writers Guild Initiative’s (WGI) 2014 Michael Collyer Memorial Fellowship in Screenwriting. More
Submissions for the Fusion Film Festival are due Jan. 30Submissions for the Fusion Film Festival are due Jan. 30
01/27/2014 - Simply submit your application with a .pdf of your script or link to your video to submissions@fusionfilmfestival.com, and you’ll be good to go! Remember, you can submit to as many categories as you want, and you can submit up to three entries per category! More
Alumni Claim Sundance Film AwardsAlumni Claim Sundance Film Awards
01/24/2014 - The 2014 Sundance Film Festival culminated with three of Tisch's own being recognized for their work at the festival.  More
Tisch's Kieran Kesnar Documents Roma CommunitiesTisch's Kieran Kesnar Documents Roma Communities
01/24/2014 - Amongst the Roma communities in Eastern Europe, NYU photography student Kieran Kesner identified something not typically associated with his subjects: Beauty.  More
topTisch 2014 Oscar NomineesTisch 2014 Oscar Nominees
01/22/2014 - Congratulations to our 86th Academy Awards nominees! More
Sean Curran, co-chair of Tisch Dance, on the state of dance educationSean Curran, co-chair of Tisch Dance, on the state of dance education
01/15/2014 - Dance Teacher recently asked the three to discuss the state of arts education and what it takes to be a dancer in 2014. More
Show One 2014: Photography & Imaging Thesis ExhibitionShow One 2014: Photography & Imaging Thesis Exhibition
01/15/2014 - An exhibition featuring works in photography, digital imaging, and multimedia by 16 graduating seniors from the class of 2014 in the Department of Photography & Imaging More
Bravo to the 2014 Tisch Alumni Golden Globe WinnersBravo to the 2014 Tisch Alumni Golden Globe Winners
01/12/2014 - The 71st annual Golden Globes were presented on January 12, 2014 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.  More
ITP Professor Luke DuBois Commissioned By The National Portrait GalleryITP Professor Luke DuBois Commissioned By The National Portrait Gallery
01/10/2014 - When the visual artist and composer R. Luke DuBois was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery in Washington to make a portrait of Google’s founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, he elegantly co-opted Google’s own technology for the job. More
top45th Annual NAACP Image Award Nominations45th Annual NAACP Image Award Nominations
01/09/2014 - Bravo to the Tisch community members nominated for NAACP Image Awards, which celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in film, TV, music and literature. The awards ceremony will be presented on February 22nd on the TV One channel. More
Alumna Lucy Walker On "Crash Reel"Alumna Lucy Walker On "Crash Reel"
01/06/2014 - This is one of five films commissioned in conjunction with The Times Magazine’s The Lives They Lived issue, which commemorates people who died this year. More
Professor Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Curates "Great Expectation"Professor Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Curates "Great Expectation"
01/06/2014 - The New York Times named the Core Exhibition at Museum of the History of Polish Jews one of the "Great Expectations for 2014". Performance Studies Professor Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett led the curation of this exhibit.  More