New Media & Arts Fellowship

651 ARTS is proud to announce the New Media & Arts Fellowship (NMAF) program is back!  NMAF 2018 will be led by Sydnie L. Mosley and we are delighted to partner with St. Joseph High School, where we will work with enthusiastic sophomores, juniors, and seniors interested in arts and culture. We are also excited to partner with BOMB Magazine, MoCADA, and Made in Brownsville.

This year’s students will participate in field trips to Brooklyn and Manhattan cultural institutions to experience theater, music, visual art, dance and more. In our weekly workshops, students will learn to critically dialogue and write about their experiences and use technology, media, and design projects to express their thoughts. All workshops will be held at St. Joseph High School — 80 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 — on Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00pm.

Lead funding for the New Media & Arts Fellowship is provided by the Pinkerton Foundation, Con Edison, and the New York Department of Cultural Affairs.

Follow the Fellows

Be sure to follow the Fellows on social media and their blog. The fellows will create and share content throughout the semester with their thoughts on art and culture in Brooklyn!

Tag - #NMAF18
Facebook – NMAF
Twitter – @NMAFbklyn
Instagram - @NMAFbk
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And check out the 2017 NMAF YouTube Series, The Close Up, produced by last season’s phenomenal fellows.

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