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Jun 22, 2020 - Jul 3, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 19
Experience total immersion in dance technique and performance by working with dancers and choreographers of the Broadway stage, film and television, and contemporary concert dance. Take your dance dynamics and expression to a whole new level. This session includes a dance-for-camera music-video experience and an end-of-session live theatrical presentation.
Career Residential Needs based scholarship Arts
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Jul 6 - 17, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 14 - 19
Learn to navigate the world of on-camera acting through intensive study and performance. Gain an insider's perspective to the film and television industries by working on-camera with some of LA and NY's finest actors and directors. By the end of your session you'll have an on-camera scene for your actor's reel that highlights your very best. In addition, select scenes will be performed in a curated end-of-session live presentation.
Needs based scholarship Residential Career Arts
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Jun 28, 2020 - Aug 8, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Learn the Craft of Filmmaking Whether you see yourself pursuing a career in filmmaking or want to learn these practical and applicable skills for yourself, New York Film Academy’s film camps are perfect for everyone with an interest in making films. In all New York Film Academy (NYFA) summer film camps for teens, each student writes, shoots, directs and edits his or her own films. Our film camps are designed for people with little or no experience in making films. The programs focus on the fundamental elements of visual storytelling that enable the students to direct their own projects.
Residential Arts
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Jun 28, 2020 - Jul 25, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Learn the Craft of Filmmaking Whether you see yourself pursuing a career in filmmaking or want to learn these practical and applicable skills for yourself, New York Film Academy’s film camps are perfect for everyone with an interest in making films. In all New York Film Academy (NYFA) summer film camps for teens, each student writes, shoots, directs and edits his or her own films. Our film camps are designed for people with little or no experience in making films. The programs focus on the fundamental elements of visual storytelling that enable the students to direct their own projects.
Residential Arts
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Jun 21 - 27, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Learn the Craft of Filmmaking Whether you see yourself pursuing a career in filmmaking or want to learn these practical and applicable skills for yourself, New York Film Academy’s film camps are perfect for everyone with an interest in making films. In all New York Film Academy (NYFA) summer film camps for teens, each student writes, shoots, directs and edits his or her own films. Our film camps are designed for people with little or no experience in making films. The programs focus on the fundamental elements of visual storytelling that enable the students to direct their own projects.
Arts Residential
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Jun 28, 2020 - Aug 8, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Many high school students will get the theater bug at some point and act in their school’s musicals and plays. At the New York Film Academy’s Teen Acting for Film Camps, we aim to harness that excitement and energy for the stage and help young aspiring actors to make the transition to the screen. Whether a student has theatre acting experience, performed in a few short films with friends, or simply is taken by the dream of becoming an actor, our acting summer camps offers many possibilities to deepen your training and ultimately, to help guide you towards your dreams!
Arts Residential
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Jul 26, 2020 - Aug 15, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Many high school students will get the theater bug at some point and act in their school’s musicals and plays. At the New York Film Academy’s Teen Acting for Film Camps, we aim to harness that excitement and energy for the stage and help young aspiring actors to make the transition to the screen. Whether a student has theatre acting experience, performed in a few short films with friends, or simply is taken by the dream of becoming an actor, our acting summer camps offers many possibilities to deepen your training and ultimately, to help guide you towards your dreams!
Arts Residential
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Jul 12 - 18, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
Many high school students will get the theater bug at some point and act in their school’s musicals and plays. At the New York Film Academy’s Teen Acting for Film Camps, we aim to harness that excitement and energy for the stage and help young aspiring actors to make the transition to the screen. Whether a student has theatre acting experience, performed in a few short films with friends, or simply is taken by the dream of becoming an actor, our acting summer camps offers many possibilities to deepen your training and ultimately, to help guide you towards your dreams!
Residential Arts
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Jun 28, 2020 - Jul 18, 2020 9:00am - 5:00pm | Ages: 13 - 18
At a time when anyone with a smartphone can be called a “photographer,” NYFA’s photography camps are focused on shaping the next generation of photographers to not simply be “good,” but to become truly extraordinary in an increasingly crowded field. Students in the photography summer camps work with a network of professional photographers, industry professionals, and their fellow classmates to obtain new ways of looking at the same image while learning a wide variety of technical and artistic approaches.
Residential Arts
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Jul 7 - 30, 2020 9:00am - 4:30pm | Ages: 15 - 18
Learn how to develop and create characters for animation, games, concept art, and creature design. Emphasis is on developing characters with personality that express the personal style of the artist. Course covers introduction of comparative anatomy including age and gender, expression and posing, caricature vs realism, plus development of character descriptions and personality through written analysis, inquiry, introspection, and discussion. Using conventional and digital tools, students develop drawing skills while learning the elements and principles of design (shape, silhouette, variety, scale, unity, contrast), constructive drawing, and simplified drawing for production. Course covers professional skills and standards for preparing and submitting work including style guides and character model sheets, presentation, portfolio preparation, interaction and co-operation, and time management. Lectures include the historical impact of major character designers including Charlie Thoreson, Rebecca Sugar, and Naoto Ohshima.
Arts Non residential College credit
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Jul 6 - 31, 2020 9:00am - 4:30pm | Ages: 15 - 18
Develop both hand and computer animation techniques, by using traditional hand methods and Flash on Wacom technology. In this course, you’ll learn full character animation skills including the basics of timing, weight, and anticipation. During this class, students view and analyze a variety of animated films to aid in studying technique and developing animation projects.
Non residential Arts College credit
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Jul 6 - 31, 2020 9:00am - 4:30pm | Ages: 15 - 18
This hands-on course explores the materials and techniques of painting including application, brushstroke, use of color, and composition. Course also focuses on representational and abstract imagery, as well as the development of a personal style. Includes historical and contemporary issues related to painting.
Arts College credit Non residential
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Jul 6 - 15, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Expand your 3 pillars of entrepreneurship…virtually. Create a startup, activate your entrepreneurial mindset, and get support from peers and mentors.
Non residential Stem Career
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Jul 6 - 31, 2020 12:00pm - 3:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
Have you wondered why it is a common refrain that the US is a "country of immigrants"? Where did the idea of the "melting-pot" come from? Has immigration always been a polarizing issue in this country? These are some of the questions we will tackle in this course. We will think critically about the historical forces that have made immigration a fundamental aspect of this country's development. By paying special attention to the ways that race, gender, and class historically intersect with immigration policies, this course focuses on the relationship between mass population movements and US nation-building. Using 20th century California as a case study, this course explores the role of settler-colonial ideologies in framing our understanding of nation, citizenship, and belonging. In this course, you will learn about the history of immigration in the US from an interdisciplinary perspective that brings together disciplines from the humanities and social sciences to discuss some of our society's most pressing questions. We will analyze the historical context that gave rise to concepts such as the melting pot and multiculturalism to trace changes and continuities in American attitudes about immigration. After taking this course, you will know why the meaning of "American" is contested as well as become familiarized with the troubled history of immigrant inclusion and exclusion.
Non residential Academic College credit
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Jul 6 - 31, 2020 12:00pm - 3:00pm | Ages: 14 - 18
To explore Cognitive Science and gain hands-on practical skills in programming, students will learn how to simulate agents/robots to complete goal oriented tasks as well as a variety of natural systems from physics and biology. No previous programming experience required, this course is intended to help students build foundational computational skills. We will be using Processing programming language. Processing is an open-source graphical library and integrated development environment built for the electronic arts, new media art, and visual design communities with the purpose of teaching non-programmers the fundamentals of computer programming in a visual context. Along the way, we will learn about the history of cybernetics, chaos theory, feedback loops, and circular causality. This class is designed to develop hands-on skills for fundamentals in computer programming and computational modeling of cognition. We will create computational models of weather patterns, predator/prey models, dancing, maze navigation, and students will create a final project of their own.
Academic College credit Non residential

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