New Visions / New Voices
Expand your ability to…
Comprehend. Question. Articulate.
New Visions/New Voices gives students the power and ability to critically analyze, and respond to, multiple perspectives. Through understanding the power inherent in one’s own perspective, one can influence and meaningfully impact a community and the world at large.
Throughout the course, students will be in conversation with directors, actors, and other arts professionals from Broadway, Off-Broadway, film, and television to deepen their critical thinking and express their inner visions. Students, under the guidance of a Master Directing Teacher, will be learning techniques and exercises to write and direct scenes and monologues with working professional artists. This immersion into “how one makes art” broadens and refines their own aesthetics, while “pulling back the curtain” on the realities of a career in the cultural sector.
During the final weeks of the program, students will be writing their own monologues and scenes to direct. All students will have the chance to see their work realized in a work-in-progress showing.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020-2021 course will meet digitally. Participation will require a computer, webcam, and the internet.
- Meet, Speak and Work with professional directors and directors
- Visit art galleries, Off-Broadway, Broadway, etc.
- Learn directorial techniques/exercises
- Learn about career paths inside (and outside) the arts
- Strengthen public speaking skills
- Learn time management skills
- Learn how to lead a team
- Learn techiniques how to manifest/articulate your artistic visions
- New Visions/New Voices is automatically open to all high school students across the five boroughs of New York City; students outside of this location should email firstname.lastname@example.org before applying.
- Once offered a spot in NEW VISIONS/NEW VOICES, students will have to provide signed approval from their parent/guardian to participate. Students must be able to commit to attending the entire session below:
- Classes will be held: October 21, 2020 – April 28, 2021
- All Classes meet on WEDNESDAYS from 4-6pm
- Again, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020-2021 course will meet digitally. Participation will require a computer, webcam, and the internet.