View from the ArtsBridge: A Personal Look at the College Application Process

For our second profile in our View from the ArtsBridge series (click here if you missed our first interview with Jordan Plutzer), we caught up with Matthew Liotine, one of our former ArtsBridge Summer students–from all the way back in 2010. We wanted to ask him how his senior year at Montclair State is going, […]

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View from the ArtsBridge: A College Audition Success Story

We caught up with one of our past ArtsBridge Summer students, Jordan Plutzer, to find out how he was doing in his first semester, and to ask if he had any advice for students about to attend their college auditions. Jordan is now a freshman in musical theatre at Carnegie Mellon University. When we spoke, Jordan […]

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College Arts Spotlight: November 2014

Featured performing and visual arts programs of the month   As Thanksgiving approaches, the holiday week is a great time to take a look at some distinctive college programs and find the college arts school that speaks to you. Elon University has a strong reputation for conservatory-style theater training rooted in liberal arts, while Shenandoah […]

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10 College Interview Questions To Ask

Make an impression by showing interest with a few key questions.   In our September ArtsBlog post, 10 College Interview Questions to Expect, we prepared you for the type of dialog you’re likely to encounter. This month, we’re taking a look at the flip side by helping you prepare engaging college interview questions for you […]

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College Arts Spotlight: October 2014

Featured performing and visual college arts schools of the month   It’s Autumn and peak season for college arts hunting! Ithaca College offers a conservatory-style approach to theater and an innovative and comprehensive college experience, and The Sunderman Conservatory is a dynamic music conservatory within one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges. Marymount Manhattan, […]

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10 College Interview Questions To Expect

Prepare for these questions ahead of time, and expect success.   In most cases, many of the same, college interview questions are asked. So there’s a very good chance that you’ll encounter a number of the questions on this list. Prepare in advance by answering these questions as thoroughly as possible. Give some real thought […]

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College Arts Spotlight: September 2014

Featured performing and visual arts programs of the month   As another year of high school begins, here’s some help in your search for the right college arts campus. Student preparation at Cornish College of The Arts leads to professional theater communities in Seattle and nationally, while an emphasis on experiential learning at Baldwin Wallace […]

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College Arts Spotlight: August 2014

Featured performing and visual arts programs of the month As summer winds down, before the new school year heats up, consider these top college arts programs. Boston University offers excellent conservatory-style theater training within a larger liberal arts program, and The Colburn School is the only music school in the US to offer full scholarships […]

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College Arts Spotlight: July 2014

Featured performing and visual college arts programs of the month   While summer break is a time to relax, it’s also a great time to casually review college arts programs. Students at Northwestern University School of Communication have the benefit of theater arts practice, history, and theory along with a stellar liberal arts education. As […]

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College Scholarships for the Arts: Start Here

Tap into helpful resources for performing arts and visual arts   As a student of the arts, you can take advantage of a wide variety of college scholarships for the arts that directly correlate to your major. Identify the ones that are most suited to your endeavors, and apply to as many as possible to […]

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