New York Arts Program

New York, New York, United States


Details
Year Round

Center

SCHOLARSHIP:None Available

WEBSITE: http://nyartsprogram.owu.edu

NYAP offers undergraduate students an immersive semester that integrates the experiential and academic including internships, seminars, and independent study. Students interested in creative writing, non-fiction, poetry, journalism, writing across media, editing , and publishing work with literary organizations, journals, newspapers, on-line publications, agents, publishers, and reading series; participate in in a core seminar; collaborate on a blog featuring profiles of New York cultural figures; and receive individual advising toward an independent capstone project. Students live in NYAP's Chelsea residence.

The New York Arts Program semester is designed for students in performing, media, visual and communication arts who have demonstrated ability to pursue their education while exploring professional career options. The program advances students' creative and critical skills and introduce them to diverse ecology of concepts and practices. NYAP is approved by the Great Lakes College Association and managed by Ohio Wesleyan University. The semester carries 16 credit hours.

Eligibility & Application: Students from any accredited college or university who meet their school’s standards of approval for off-campus study may apply. Applications include an admissions statement, writing samples and two faculty references. Admission is competitive.

Application Deadlines: Spring 2014 term are due on October 1; Fall 2014 March 31, 2014


Faculty

Featured Writers Include:

WRITING & PUBLISHING FACULTY: John Reed

Reed is the author of the novels, A Still Small Voice (Delacorte Press), The Whole (MTV / Simon & Schuster), the SPD bestseller, Snowball's Chance (Roof Books, tenth anniversary edition forthcoming from Melville House), All The World's A Grave: A New Play By William Shakespeare (Penguin / Plume), and Tales of Woe. He is a Senior Editor, the Brooklyn Rail; fiction, essays, poetry and cultural criticism published in (selected): Paper Magazine, Popmatters, the New York Press, Timeout New York, Artforum, Bomb Magazine, Vice Magazine, Out Magazine, Art in America, the PEN Poetry Series, the Los Angeles Times, the Good Men Project, the Paris Review, the Believer, the Rumpus, the Daily Beast, the Wall Street Journal. John has taught creative writing at The New School University, Fordham University, New York University and Columbia University. He is on the Board of the National Book Critics Circle. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University.


Location

New York
New York, United States
10001



New York Arts Program

NEW YORK ARTS PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

NYAP offers undergraduate students an immersive semester that integrates the experiential and academic including internships, seminars, and independent study. Students interested in creative writing, non-fiction, poetry, journalism, writing across media, editing , and publishing work with literary organizations, journals, newspapers, on-line publications, agents, publishers, and reading series; participate in in a core seminar; collaborate on a blog featuring profiles of New York cultural figures; and receive individual advising toward an independent capstone project. Students live in NYAP's Chelsea residence.