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MA in Arts Politics at Tisch School of the Arts
Above: Miho Tsujii (APP ’13), 2016. Performance in NYU Shanghai "transforma" symposium, part of Critical Collaboration. Photo: Pato Hebert.
Above: Miho Tsujii (APP ’13), 2016. Performance in NYU Shanghai "transforma" symposium, part of Critical Collaboration. Photo: Pato Hebert.

Application deadline: January 15, 2018

New York University
Tisch School of the Arts Department of Art & Public Policy
665 Broadway, Room 602
New York, New York 10012
United States

tisch.nyu.edu
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New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts invites applications for its groundbreaking MA in Arts Politics.

Our MA offers an intimate and intensive one-year experience that expands the possibilities of cultural production. We rigorously explore the interplay between critical theory and creative practice. We provide a one of a kind encounter with activists, artists, cultural policymakers, and theorists from diverse disciplines and interests.

Core faculty members include Ella Shohat, Hentyle Yapp, Karen Finley, Kathy Engel, Laura Harris, Pato Hebert and Sheril Antonio. Recent visiting and adjunct faculty include Anna Deavere Smith, Alfredo Jaar, Oskar Eustis, Nathalie Handal, Marta Moreno Vega, Grace Aneiza Ali and Adonis Volanakis.

Students take four core courses inside the Department of Art & Public Policy plus multiple electives throughout a major research university located in the heart of New York City. Our flexible curriculum allows MA students to develop highly individualized paths of research and professional development.

Our graduates go on to work as artists and scholars, curators and community organizers, arts administrators, educators and cultural innovators. Our alumni are actively connected to the pulse of social justice, forming a global network of engaged thinkers and doers across six different continents.

As we celebrate our ten-year anniversary, our program is growing. We offer a space of transition and reflection; a pivot point for arts activists whose work cannot be contained by a single discipline or motivation. We push our students to think about their place in a transnational world that must contend with issues around race, class, gender, sexuality, disability, and religion. Our evolving curriculum examines histories of political frameworks in the arts, as well as contemporary advocacy strategies and tactics for change. Together we ask, “How do we make the world anew?”

We are currently accepting applications until January 15, 2018. For more details, and information about our program, faculty and alumni, visit: tisch.nyu.edu/art-public-policy

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December 11, 2017

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New York University, New York