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New York City’s Affinity District (Part 2): The Origins

The roots of the Affinity District lie in the 1960’s, a period of fierce ferment in U.S. public education.

NYU Steinhardt’s Drama Therapy Program To Host Therapeutic Theatre Festival for Care Providers, May 1-3

The Drama Therapy program will host a therapeutic theatre festival called, "Drama Therapists @ Home" from May 1-3. The event will feature creative performances, followed by breakout sessions where care providers can reflect on the themes showcased in the performances.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Woodwinds and Piano Students Record Recital Repertoire Remotely

Oboist Dan Shengquan and his accompanist, Xiaoya Gao, have been recording his recital repertoire while quarantined.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Virtual Orchestra Creates Videos

Some of our department’s Instrumental Performance majors have joined forces as the West 4th Street Collective.
Areas of Study: The Arts

New Single from Songwriting Alum

Songwriting alum Andrea Niane just released her second single, "When January Comes," from her upcoming EP Nighttime Stories.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor Matt Sullivan Performs Remotely with Quintet of the Americas

Woodwind Studies faculty member Matt Sullivan and his ensemble Quintet of the Americas have been making videos from home.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Music Business Students Release Singles

Students Peter Han and Morgan Keller released singles from home.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Music Tech Grad Student Engineers Hits

Fermin Suero, Jr. is achieving professional success as a vocal engineer.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU's Alliance for Public Interest Technology to Evaluate Technology Used in the Coronavirus Pandemic

NYU's Alliance for Public Interest Technology is studying what may be learned from the design and implementation of technology used during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Remembering Steinhardt Alumna Dorothy Height, Champion for Social Justice, on the 10th Anniversary of Her Death

On the anniversary of her death, NYU Steinhardt remembers alumna Dorothy Height, a leader of the African-American and women's rights movements, who helped organize the historic civil rights march on Washington.

Alum in The Style Line

Dance Ed alum Dasha Schwartz discussed the online platform she founded, Cardboard Stage.
Areas of Study: The Arts

New Video from Songwriting Student Nono Chen

Chen made the music video in her apartment in Jersey City while quarantined.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Friday@1 Online

Conversations with renowned composers, songwriters, publishers, and industry executives.

Nisha Sajnani Leads Special Issue on Drama Therapy and Technology

Dr. Sajnani organized a special issue of Drama Therapy Review related to drama therapy, technology, and new media.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Suzannah E. Gratz Receives The Samuel Eshborn Service Award

The award is presented to graduating graduate students in recognition of extraordinary service, exhibiting the value of strong leadership in school activities.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Susan Unterberg (MA '86), Founder of Anonymous Was A Women, Offers COVID-19 Relief Grants

Susan Unterberg (MA '86), photographer and philanthropist, is distributing $250,000 in emergency relief to women artists who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Staff and Students Make Masks for Healthcare Workers

Our costume shop supervisor and several of her students volunteer to make masks for health workers in need.

Screen Scoring Recording

A video of Screen Scoring's Advanced Orchestration and the Seminar in Composition held remotely.

NYU Steinhardt Community Members Respond to COVID-19

Thank you to the brave alumni, students, and staff who are dedicating themselves to others during this unprecedented time.

Remote Masterclasses

Virtual masterclasses offered by several of our programs.