The Center for Applied Liberal Arts (CALA) is pleased to announce that applications are now open for several exciting new and improved Diploma programs.
Diploma programs provide students with in-demand job skills, networking opportunities, and access to industry experts as well as small class sizes, flexible schedules, and affordable pricing.
Diplomas are available in the subjects below. Please click on the links to learn more about each diploma and to apply. Applications are due September 1st.
Art and Design (in-person or hybrid in-person/online)
Global Art Business
Historic Preservation Studies
Visual and Performing Arts Administration
Language and Translation (online)
Professional Legal Interpreting (Chinese/English)
Professional Legal Interpreting (Spanish/English)
Professional Medical Interpreting (Chinese/English)
Professional Medical Interpreting (Spanish/English)
Professional Translation (Arabic to English)
Professional Translation (English to Spanish)
Professional Translation (Spanish to English)
Professional Translation (French to English)
Professional Translation (Language Neutral)
Media and Communications (in-person or hybrid in-person/online)
Copyediting, Proofreading, and Fact-Checking
Digital Filmmaking: From Script to Screen
Writing for Television
If you would like to speak to an academic representative to get more information about the diplomas or advice on what courses to take, please contact our in-house experts at the Center for Applied Liberal Arts.
For Art & Design and Media & Communications:
For Languages & Translation:
We look forward to seeing you this Fall!
There are a number of events taking place between today and Monday that will feature the work of faculty from the Center for Applied Liberal Arts (CALA). Continue reading to learn more!
Friday, May 19th— The Brooklyn Historical Society opens its new museum and gift shop at the historic Empire Stores in DUMBO. Entrance during the opening weekend (May 20 + May 21) is free. The inaugural exhibit Shifting Perspectives: Photographs of Brooklyn’s Waterfront features several works by award-winning photographer Lynn Saville. Saville is teaching Photographic NYC from Remarkable Locations this summer.
Monday May 22nd, 8pm- At Christ & Stephen’s Church (120 W 69th) Composer Ed Cionek’s violin-piano work, Stolen Moments in Green and Blue will be performed by Claudia Schaer, violin and Max Lifchitz, piano, in a chamber music program for violin, cello and piano, along with works by Fueyo, Lifchitz, Rodriguez, and Tann. A production by North-South Consonance. Cionek is teaching Master Composers of the Romantic Era this summer.
Monday May 22nd, 5pm– The New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue will be hosting various events to mark the opening day of the High End Luxury Furniture Fair in NYC. This includes the “Fashion Show with Global Designers” at the Tucker Robins showroom featuring Zolaykha Sherzad’s collection Zarif Designs, produced in Kabul with the help of 52 local Afghan artisans. Sherzad was a panelist at NYU SPS’s recent event “Sustainability of Ethical Fashion in Our Brave New World.” This summer, CALA is offering various courses in Fashion and Interior Design.
May 16th-June 3rd- “Or Curse the Darkness: Atlantic Gallery Responds to Our Moment” is a temporary exhibit featuring artist Meera Thompson. On June 1st, join the artists and several art historians and critics for a special panel discussion. Thompson is teaching the following courses this summer: Drawing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Drawing Techniques for Art Specialists
NYU alumni hit the ground running at the start of this year’s film festival circuit. In, “18 Women Filmmakers on Gender and Representation in Hollywood,” Buzzfeed’s Jarett Wieselman asked 18 directors, with new work at SXSW in Austin, Texas to comment on the state of the industry. Highlighted here are two of those women – both of whom directed and wrote comedies. Janicza Bravo, director of Lemon, spent half her life in Panama and half in Brooklyn. She studied directing, and design for theater, at NYU’s Playwrights Horizons Theater School.
NYU alumna and recent graduate of the Tisch film school, Laura Terruso, had a big hit at South by South West last year with Hello, My Name is Doris (which she co-wrote with Michael Showalter), and is following it this season as the director and writer of Fits & Starts starring Wyatt Cenac and Greta Lee. To check out these filmmakers, and their 16 contemporaries, read the full article here: Buzzfeed.
If you fancy your chances making movies or TV shows CALA will keep you busy this summer. Click in the links below for information on courses being offered and register now:
Join us for our new foreign film series starting on February 17th!
About the Series: In our increasingly fractured world, multiple perspectives are more important than ever, and women’s views of our existence must reach more screens. CALA’s spring film series features the works of six international female filmmakers, ranging from Iciar Bollain’s Flores De Otro Mundo (Flowers from Another World, 1999), about three single women searching for love in the patriarchal society of rural Spain to Huang Shuqin’s Woman Demon Human (1987) about a young actress in China who, as she becomes more famous, demands to play traditional “male” roles. The series also includes Margareth von Trotta’s Hannah Arendt (2012), a portrait of the political theorist and influential thinker during her controversial coverage of Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann’s war crimes trial at Nuremberg for The New Yorker. Pam Katz, who wrote the screenplay, will present the film. All of the films are introduced by NYU faculty and are shown at various venues, including Casa Italiana and Scandinavia House.
FLORES DE OTRO MUNDO
(Flowers from Another World)
Dir. Iciar Bollain, Spain
FRIDAY FEB. 17, 6-9PM
NYU KING JUAN CARLOS I OF SPAIN CENTER
53 Washington Square S., NYC
Moderator: Michael Zam
IL PORTIERE DI NOTTE
(The Night Porter)
Dir. Liliana Cavani, Italy
TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 6-9PM
NYU CASA ITALIANA ZERILLIMARIMÒ
24 W. 12th St., NYC
Moderator: Ruth BenGhiat
Dir. Margarethe von Trotta, Germany
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 6-9PM
NYU DEUTSCHE HAUS
42 Washington Mews, NYC
Moderator: Pam Katz
(After the Wedding)
Dir. Susanne Bier, Denmark
TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 6-9PM
58 Park Ave, NYC
Moderator: Dorte Tulet
WOMAN DEMON HUMAN
Dir. Huang Shuqin, China
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 6-9PM
NATIONAL OPERA CENTER
330 7th Ave, NYC
Moderator: Julie Tay
Dir. Deniz Gamze Erguven, Turkey
FRIDAY,MAY 5, 6-9PM
15 Barclay St., NYC
Moderator: Firat Demir
The Nida School of Translation Studies, the San Pellegrino University Foundation, and the Center for Applied Liberal Arts (CALA) at NYU SPS present the 6th Annual Translation Studies Research Symposium on September 30th and the 1st NYU Translation Day Symposium on October 1st.
The Translation Studies Research Symposium (theme: Time and Transformation) will bring together scholars and practitioners to share and discuss their different perspectives on research in translation and the context and practice of translation in a globalized world.
Wai Chee Dimock , William Lampson Professor of English and American Studies at Yale University.
Brian James Baer, Professor of Russian and Translation Studies at Kent State University.
Edwin Gentzler, Professor of Translation Studies and Director of the Comparative Literature Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Michelle Woods, Associate Professor of English at the State University of New York, New Paltz.
The NYU Translation Day Symposium (theme: Art, Access, and Advocacy) will celebrate International Translation Day by featuring the work of NYU faculty, alumni, and industry experts in a discourse about the theory and practice of translation and interpreting. The schedule for the day is available here.
All events will take place at NYU, Woolworth Building, 15 Barclay Street.
Registration fee: $50 for whole conference, $30 for one day
For more information, please visit the conference website
Register for the conference here