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Visionary Studios: Saturday Art Workshop

9-weeks of theme-based studio classes address significant social issues and the ways in which art and artists influence society. Students can choose from different themes such as war, propaganda, environment, and re-visioning history and through a series of class discussions, field trips, and exercises, develop an idea for a more complex final project. Courses are taught by Steinhardt Art Education MA students and conclude with an exhibit of final works in NYU's Commons for a wide audience of parents, friends, teachers, and NYU faculty. No portfolio is needed to apply-this program is open to young artists of all experience levels.

April-May
Free Program

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High School Summer Art Intensive

4-week residential pre-college program for students, ages 16-18 with 40 hours a week of instruction in college-level studio art classes and guided studio time. Seminars on contemporary art introduces advanced themes and art history and there are weekly field trips to the city's most recognized arts institutions and museums to supplement the program. 

July - August 
4 Weeks

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NYU Virtual Art Program

The NYU Virtual Summer Art Program is an online program for High School Students who are interested in exploring the variety and depth that the field of fine arts has to offer. This program is designed to enhance your technical and creative skills and to expand your knowledge of visual art, history and culture.

Our studio courses will teach you new technical and artistic skills that will result in final projects for your portfolio. Our courses in art history and professional development will give you the tools to understand the art landscape and how to best present your work for exhibition and portfolio based applications.

July 5 - July 31, 2021
4 Weeks

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