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Autumn Quarter on the Arts, Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies

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Broadway, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, the Chrysler Building, and Bushwick art galleries, downtown theater, public art: it is the extensive collection of works, programs, buildings, and institutions large and small that make New York City one of the greatest art capitals of the world. The Autumn quarter classes and internships explore the ways the city inspires, makes, and supports the arts, and the ways public, private, and nonprofit organizations play a role in shaping the city.

Courses

In addition to the required New York City Seminar, students choose two additional courses from the following electives. Classes meet during the day on Wednesdays and other weekday evenings. Class offerings may vary from year to year.

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Elective

On Stage and Backstage: Navigating the Landscape of Professional Theater in New York

Kay Kostopoulos

On Stage and Backstage
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Elective

Imaging Change: Global Arts and Social Change

Danielle Jackson

Imaging Change