This summer the Manhattan Film Institute is back and stronger than ever. They are a boutique summer filmmaking conservatory which creates 25 short films in two weeks.
They only take 12 high school students in this competitive program and who will work side-by-side with industry professionals making films with 40 additional actors and directors, many of whom are experienced in the industry.
This year’s summer program dates are July 11th – 25th, 2021.
Live Out Loud presents Behind the Scenes with Playwrights Horizons
In partnership with a variety of companies, Live Out Loud invites students to connect with a panel of LGBTQ+ professionals, hear their stories, and learn what it’s like to be out and proud at work. Through the Behind the Scenes program, LGBTQ+ youth meet and learn from adult role models from our partner company, and engage in fun activities specific to that company’s mission and values.
Are you passionate about the environment, community organizing, access and equity issues, STEM, the arts or something else? Have you done interesting work or volunteering in these areas? Share your passion with your peers at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum’s 2nd Virtual Youth Summit!
The Intrepid Museum’s Youth Summit Aspires to:
Provide an environment that promotes conversation, development and engagement for New York City youth to address the issues that matter to them.
Increase confidence in teens and youth that they have the power to make change in their communities.
Engage cultural institutions, academia and industry leaders in conversation and support for teens and youth.
The 2021 Virtual Youth Summit will be held June 12th.
It’s that time of year again. What time, you ask? Time for THE SPRING SLAM! I’m Mr. Simon — I work for Rosie’s Theater Kids and the PPAS High School MT program, and have enjoyed directing The SLAM for the past couple of years. The SLAM is for all kinds of talent: song, dance, comedy, monologue, poetry reading, etc. and will be Friday, April 30th, 2020 @ 7:00p. There will be a tech rehearsal prior to this, TBD once auditions are concluded. All pieces in the slam should aim to be around 3 minutes, no more than 4, and should be SCHOOL APPROPRIATE. Auditions are this Thurs/Fri, April 8,9 from 4:30-7:30. If you have something you’d like to share, please sign up for an audition slot hereBY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7. If there is more than one performer involved, only ONE person should sign up for a slot — there will be an opportunity on the signup sheet to list any other performers. Once I have the full schedule for auditioners, I will send out an email with the schedule and a zoom link. Thanks! -Mr. Simon
About Expanded Horizons: The Expanded Horizons College Success program at Henry Street Settlement is a comprehensive eight-year program designed to ensure that high school students are a) college-ready and admitted to a college that fits their interests and abilities, and b) successfully graduating from that post secondary institution on time.
Expanded Horizons is currently recruiting students who are: – 9th and 10th graders – Living and/or attending school on the Lower East Side (with few exceptions) – Interested in receiving assistance in choosing best fit colleges through individualized counseling – Interested in youth leadership, social justice, and participating in additional program events and opportunities – Able to commit to attending after school programming at least 1-2 days a week
Please join us for a FUN and CREATIVE night – pour yourself a cocktail and learn to draw.
Your instructor: Sue Carlo– a former PPAS Visual Arts Teacher and graduate of School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her works have been exhibited in numerous NYC and East Hampton Art Galleries. http://www.susanburrcarlo.com/
SUPPLIES: All you need to bring is your creativity and love for art. Sue will teach you how to compose a drawing to make everyday objects, interesting and dramatic.
WHAT: Virtual Saturdays with Hook & Eye Theater WHEN: March 6, 13, 20, and 27 from 10am-12pm WHY: PPAS 9th Graders have been working with this creative and energetic program for 8 years and it ROCKS! WHO: first come, first serve–the first 25 9th grade students to show interest in committing to all 4 workshop dates will receive a link to join a special Google Classroom HOW: email Mrs. Sale at email@example.com beginning at 6pm on Tuesday, February 23rd; put your Humanities teacher in the subject line
Join us for some virtual theater-making! In our four workshops you’ll be exploring theater-making techniques on your own, in pairs and as an ensemble.
Over the course of four sessions we’ll explore how to create imaginative characters and scenes, how to collaborate with other writers and performers over Zoom, and together we will build an entirely new and original piece of theater, which can be recorded and shared.