‘Quarantine Talent Show’

THE NEW SCHOOL PRESENTS IT'S FIRST EVER 'VIRTUAL TALENT SHOW' The theater class is organizing a virtual talent show for our New School community. Everyone has talent--Think outside the box for this event! Maybe you are working on your skateboard tricks? BMX tricks? Play a song, perform a magic trick, read a poem, train your pet to do a trick, present a monologue, paint a picture Bob Ross style, cook something amazing, juggle, dance, recite tongue twisters, throw a pot, sculpt something, whittle, wood burn, draw something, perform gymnastics, sink some trick shots with the basketball in your yard. [...]


Jason Daley is co-teaching a film studies class as part of his senior project. In his own words: For my senior project I am studying film. Film has been a passion of mine since I was young, which has made this project very enjoyable. Some of my favorite films are Blade Runner, 2001 a Space Odyssey, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Thing, and Taxi Driver. This semester I have been Christine's teacher assistant for the film class. Christine has given me the task of finding movie clips that relate to the topics we are covering in the class. Recently [...]


In Devon's Words: For my senior project I have created an illustrated educational book about arthropods of the American Northeast. It’s a fact about me that’s usually received poorly by people, I’m fascinated and enamored by armored invertebrates. Beetles, moths, centipedes, millipedes, isopods, crabs, and spiders. I feel that much of the stigma levied against these pillars of the ecosystem comes from what people simply don’t know about them. It is my hope that through art and straight forward education, people may come to love these strange and numerous animals as I do. To see his beautiful work, visit [...]


Eli Gratz is on of 2017's graduates of The New School. He will be attending Montserrat School of Art this fall.  Eli's inspiration began at an early age, when he wrote his first comic series about "Bugy."  Through The New School, Eli has turned his passion into an online web comic called "Mars," as his required senior project. Each senior at The New School completes a senior project that includes an original piece of work, 200 hours dedicated to creating the project, a "give-back" opportunity whereby the student does volunteer work in the community, and finishes with a presentation to the senior round table whose members work [...]

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