A few years ago, we secured space at 665 Broadway. Art & Public Policy, MIAP, and Open Arts now call this space home. You'll also find Tisch HR, Resource Planning, and Communications & Technology here.
Students of Art and Public policy converge at 665 Broadway, drawing from their careers and experience in art, government, nonprofits, education, and more to chart the future of art activism. After their time in the classroom they’ll head back out to activate — or become — civically engaged artists.
The mission of Open Arts is to provide every NYU student with the opportunity to enter into and engage in a personal relationship with the arts, including courses like acting, dance, documentary film, film production, games, musical theatre writing, performance studies, photography, playwriting, producing, and screenwriting.
Inside our facilities, MIAP (Moving Image Archiving & Preservation) students study the history, theory, and aesthetics of the moving image. Graduates find work as preservationists, archivists, and conservators in libraries, archives, museums, arts organizations, and production houses.