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Education

A bit about us: Yellow House NYC was founded in Richmond, VA in 1998 and transitioned to NY in the fall of 2010. While in VA we had many interns (both high school, undergraduate and graduate students) interested in working in the arts (both creative and management sides). Yellow House NYC’s mission is to foster […]

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Voice Integration Workshop This is an introductory workshop to understand how voice works and how to improve it by relying on your inner sensations, your own observations and your own thinking as you go through a series of lessons. This workshop is an overview to vocal functioning applying the principles of the Feldenkrais Method. Reprogramming […]

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40 Dancers do 40 Dances for the Dancers: Audience with the Audience by Clarinda Mac Low 266 W. 37th St. (between 7th & 8th Ave.) New York, NY August 22 – September 3 Wednesday, August 22, 4:30 – 9:30 Friday, August 24, 4 – 10 Saturday, August 25, 11 – 2 Friday, August 31, 4 […]

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Are you a creative thinker that seeks to create positive change for NYC communities and their youth? Are you moved by cultural and traditional expressions and relate to their ability to promote empowerment for communities and individuals? Do you seek to work in intimate teaching and community environments? Los Pleneros de la 21 (LP21), NYC’s […]

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Two internships are available at the Apollo Theater. APOLLO THEATER FOUNDATION, INC. EDUCATION INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY September 2012 – May 2013 Apollo Theater Oral History Internship The Apollo Theater Education Program develops school partnerships focused on integrating the arts and humanities with the schools’ existing curricula. A primary objective of the Education Program is to develop […]

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The Performing Arts Program of Japan Society seeks part-time and full-time volunteer interns for Fall 2012 – Winter 2013. Since 1953, Japan Society’s Performing Arts Program has presented well over 600 of the finest Japanese theater, dance and music events. In addition to its annual season of eight to ten full-evening programs, educational workshops, lectures […]

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LMCC’s internship program provides opportunities for those interested in gaining hands-on experience to support arts and culture from the perspective of a non-profit organization in New York City. Interns learn and participate in building sustainable communities by making our public programs, grants & artists’ services, residency opportunities, and development activities accessible and replicable as alternative […]

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Rubin Museum of Art Overview: Rubin Museum of Art is home to a comprehensive collection of art from the Himalayas and surrounding regions. Through changing exhibitions and an array of engaging public programs, the Rubin Museum offers opportunities to explore the artistic legacy of the Himalayan region and to appreciate its place in the context […]

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The Bronx Museum of the Arts is having a Theater of the Oppressed workshop for educators with George Emilio Sanchez. Please see below for the details. Friday, September 7th, 2012 9:45 AM – 3:00 PM $35 (cash only, lunch included) RSVP to hchia@bronxmuseum.org by August 27, 2012 and you will receive an attached copy of […]

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            ELNYA and Smack Mellon are pleased to present a panel discussion with representatives from Smack Mellon’s Art Ready arts mentorship program as well as other leading artists and organizations in the community-based arts education field.  The event is part of ELNYA’s Creative Conversations series, and corresponds with Smack Mellon’s student art […]

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