Week of Community 2019
A Week of Events for the Tisch Community
NYU Tisch School of the Arts has a long history of gathering together as artists, scholars, and entrepreneurs to deepen discussions with civic issues, community engagement, and celebration. Day of Community 2019 events celebrate a collaborative environment and include opportunities to shine a spotlight on important issues here in our school and in our world. Participate in one of the many activities and get to know the inspiring work of the school.
Join ITP as they celebrate their 40th anniversary and recent move to Brooklyn!
Donate new and unused arts supplies to Materials for the Arts (MFTA), an organization within NYC’s Department of Cultural Affairs. MFTA makes these donations available for free to non-profit organizations with arts programming and to New York City public schools.
Each October, more than 1,700 members of the Tisch Drama Community—faculty, students, and staff across the department’s 10 training studios and Theatre Studies program—come together to build relationships with new and existing communities as part of the Tisch School's annual Community Week, October 14-18.
Office of Dean, Drama, Undergraduate Film & Television
Have you visited every Tisch department or program? Now’s your chance to get to know Tisch - all of Tisch! Journey through the halls of 721 Broadway, 111 2nd Avenue, 665 Broadway, 726 Broadway and our newest campus addition 370 Jay Street in Brooklyn to fill out your Tisch-Tac-Toe board and win prizes.
Cinema Studies and Game Design
Celebrating the screens of Cinema Studies at 721 and the innovative play of Game Design at 370 Jay Street, they welcome students to visit both departments and play a wide range of games from board style classics to flashback Atari daily!
Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music
In collaboration with the Tisch Emerging Media departments, we will host an activation throughout Community Week that culminates in a longstanding mural.
Tisch Creative Research
The Critical Response Process, created by Liz Lerman, is a four-step process that combines the power of questions with the focus and challenge of informed dialogue. Since its inception, CRP has supported artists of all disciplines, as well as elected officials, leaders of arts and cultural institutions, educators, scientists and many more.
Kanbar Institute of Film and TV
The Kanbar Institute of Film & TV will host its 2nd annual Kanbar Flea on October 17th, from 10am - 4pm on the 9th floor lobby.
Collaborative Arts and Experimental Theater Wing
The inaugural class of the Collaborative Arts BFA will visit their first year colleagues in the Drama Department’s Experimental Theatre Wing. Then they will recreate a cozy community campfire – complete with marshmallows, cider and donuts in the Riese Lounge.
Take a moment to connect with someone you haven't met while enjoying coffee, cider, and pastries on your way to class or the office.
Graduate Musical Theatre Writing and Design for Stage & Film
Year II MFA students from Graduate Musical Theatre Writing will meet with students from the Design Department in a "First Conversations" meet and greet where students from GMTWP will discuss their thesis musicals with students from Design.
Art & Public Policy and Performance Studies
As part of the Day of Community, the departments of Art & Public Policy and Performance Studies will bring together their students, staff and faculty for a community luncheon.
Visit a Techniques of Voice and Text class. These are the third year students putting their first and second year work into monologues from Shakespeare’s plays. There is a brief warm-up before they do their individual work. Visitors are welcome to observe and will not be participating in the warm-up.
Dance and Drama
In honor of Community Day, the Dance Department will host special master classes for Tisch Dance and Drama students.
In this session, participants will have a chance to explore the relationship between belonging and truth-telling by exploring the multiple truths we share, hide, and explore throughout our journey as artists and scholars.
RITA & BURTON GOLDBERG DEPARTMENT OF DRAMATIC WRITING
Join us at the Goldberg Theatre at 3 PM for a discussion about how we write about community for our community.
Close out Community Week with a delicious dinner at our new space in Brooklyn, and take a moment to connect with someone you haven't met before.