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The Gallatin Interdisciplinary Arts Program, modeled on the artist-scholar/ scholar-artist philosophy of education, enables students to design programs combining academic and creative work in the arts. The arts curriculum includes more than 20 different workshops each semester in music, dance, theater, the visual arts, architecture and design. Outside of the classroom, students may intern in arts agencies and performance companies and study at various private studios in New York City.  Annually, the arts program sponsors the Gallatin Arts Festival, a weeklong, community-wide celebration of the artistry of students at the Gallatin School.   Located at Gallatin, the Gallatin Galleries provide a yearlong venue for the exhibition of art work by students, faculty and working artists.  The Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts is a small, black box theater showcasing student performances and other productions during the academic year.  Gallatin also houses a rehearsal room for dance and other performance and an arts studio for painting, drawing, and architectural design.

 

Fall 2015 Arts Workshops

Course # Title Instructor Day Time
ARTS-UG1011 Voicing the Text Jessie Austrian Mon 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1014 Something to Sing About: Acting in Musical Theatre Ben Steinfeld Mon 12:30PM–3:15PM
ARTS-UG1045 Oral History, Cultural Identity and the Arts Judith Sloan Mon 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1065 Performing Comedy Matthew Gregory Tue 3:30PM–6:10PM
Permission of the instructor required (mag19@nyu.edu).
ARTS-UG1080 Site-Specific Performance: Art, Activism and Public Space Martha Bowers Thu 9:30AM–12:15PM
ARTS-UG1105 Integrating Mind and Body Robin Powell Tue 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1110 The Art of Play Maria Hodermarska Thu 9:30AM–12:15PM
ARTS-UG1204 Everyday Dance: Creating a Practice Leslie Satin Wed 11:00AM–1:45PM
ARTS-UG1209 The Art of Choreography Kathryn Posin Thu 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1305 Contemporary Music Performance I John Castellano Wed 6:20PM–9:00PM
Lab fee: $35. Course meets at Drummer's Collective, 541 Avenue of The Americas (btwn. 14th & 15th Sts.).
ARTS-UG1325 Songwriting Bill Rayner Tue 3:30PM–6:10PM
Lab fee: $35. Course meets at Drummer's Collective, 541 Avenue of The Americas (btwn. 14th & 15th Sts.)
ARTS-UG1408 Drawing: Body and Narrative Meleko Mokgosi Tue 9:30AM–12:15PM
ARTS-UG1420 Rites of Passage into Contemporary Art Practice Barnaby Ruhe Thu 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1435 Artists' Books Meleko Mokgosi Wed 12:30PM–3:15PM
ARTS-UG1445 Walls of Power: Public Art Terence Culver Thu 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1470 The Public Square: From Concepts--to Models--to Monuments Greg Wyatt Mon 9:30AM–12:15PM
Students should not schedule any classes immediately before or after this class to allow ample time to travel to off-site locations, as well as to the Modern Art Foundry and the Art Students League. Students are expected to pay for their own travel expenses.
ARTS-UG1485 Beyond Picture Perfect: Personal Choice in a Digital World Jeff Day Tue 6:20PM–9:00PM
This course is for beginners only, covering the very basic techniques of photography and digital imaging.
ARTS-UG1490 Sound Art Nina Katchadourian Mon 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1560 Introduction to Dramatic Writing: The Short Play Darrel Alejandro Holnes Wed 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1570 Writing for the Screen I Selma Thompson Thu 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1571 Writing for Television I Imani Douglas Mon 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1575 Dramatizing History I Kristoffer Diaz Fri 11:00AM–1:45PM
ARTS-UG1606 The Search for Cinematic Storytelling Identity Pedro Cristiani Wed
Thu
6:20PM–9:00PM
6:20PM–7:35PM
Please note this course includes an additional, required meeting hour (Thu, 6:20-7:35) for weekly film screenings.
ARTS-UG1607 Indigenous Media Arts: Who has the Right to Tell Whose Stories? Amalia Cordova Thu 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1619 Architecture and Urban Design Lab I Mitchell Joachim Mon
Mon
12:30PM–3:15PM
3:30PM–4:45PM
6 units. This course is repeatable, however please note the following limitation: students may take either ARTS-UG 1619 or ARTS-UG 1614 two times, OR they may take both ARTS-UG 1619 and ARTS-UG 1614 one time each. Students are responsible for purchasing their own project materials, as well as paying for a portion of printing expenses.
ARTS-UG1621 Architectural Design and Drawing Donna Goodman Wed 6:20PM–9:00PM
ARTS-UG1635 Digital Art and New Media Cynthia Allen Fri 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1647 Making Virtual Sense: 3D Graphics Studio for Critically-Driven Creative Applications Carl Skelton Wed 3:30PM–6:10PM
ARTS-UG1655 Innovations in Art Publications Lise Friedman Mon, Wed 2:00PM–3:15PM
 

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Louise Harpman

Louise Harpman

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Gallatin commissioned contemporary artist Peter Halley to create 465 linear feet of artwork throughout Gallatin's floors.

 


 

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Kristin Horton

Kristin Horton

Kristin Horton is a director primarily interested in developing new work, re-imagining classics, and producing public events that create forums …
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