Do you have what it takes to major in the arts?

Do you have what it takes to major in the performing or visual arts? Ask yourself these 9 questions. Wondering how you stack up against other college-bound students in the performing and visual arts? We all know how competitive the top-tiered college arts programs can be. The good news is that beyond the most prestigious schools, there […]

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10 Ways to Show the Love to College Admissions and Faculty

Make a personalized impression as a student and an artist.  No matter where you are in the college search process, former college deans of admissions who now consult at ArtsBridge will tell you there are several actions you can take to personally stand out. The steps below can be applied to different phases of your search […]

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Starting off Strong: ArtsBridge Summer Starter Edition Recap

Last week, our San Francisco program, ArtsBridge Summer Starter Edition, came to a close. Now that we’ve had a minute to catch our breath, we are happy to report that it was an enormous success! The program was taught by stellar industry experts in the Bay area, as well as college faculty: Gary Kline from Carnegie […]

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ArtsBridge Class of 2015 — Where We’re Headed!

We are so proud of all of our seniors–ArtsBridge clients and ArtsBridge Summer students alike–so we wanted to share the list of where they are headed in the fall! We know you’re just as excited as we are, so we won’t make you wait for it…here’s where ArtsBridge Class of 2015 will be attending (multiple students indicated […]

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What To Do When You’re Wait Listed

You’ve waited and waited for months for an admissions decision, only to find that you’re wait-listed at one of your top choice schools. How can you deal with this college decision purgatory? First: Understand what what a wait list is, how it works, and what it means to be on one. This isn’t fun to hear, but […]

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Multiple Acceptances? How to Decide Between Schools

You’re in! You’re in! You’re in! But now where do you go?  All you really need is one acceptance, but many of the students we work with rack up several. That seems like a great situation to be in, but the decision can be tough. If you’re deciding between programs, here are few tips to […]

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View from the ArtsBridge: A Client Reaps the Benefits of Applying Early Decision

We recently caught up with one of our current clients, Livvie Goble, who was accepted early decision to her dream school, NYU Tisch, back in December. She will be headed to New York in the fall, and she has not had to worry about the college application process for months, which is just a major […]

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Why Should Actors Study Dance?

It’s Faculty Friday: Dance Edition!  You already know that Byron Easley from NYU Tisch is joining us (from a previous Faculty Friday blog post) but we’re happy to announce that we have added two ballet teachers: Donna Cerio will be teaching in our Starter Edition Musical Theater program in San Francisco. Donna has her own studio in […]

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View from the ArtsBridge: A College Freshman’s Advice on Relieving Application Stress

Welcome back to our View from the ArtsBridge series, where we highlight the successes of former clients and ArtsBridge Summer students. We’ve found that college students have great advice for our current high school students on making it through the college application process unscathed. (If you’ve missed the last post about how to choose a college […]

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Why You Should Consider a BA Degree in the Arts

Quick pop quiz:  Which Oscar-winning actress once said: “Acting is more of a hobby for me”? The same actress also said: “I don’t know if acting is what I want to do with the rest of my life, it’s just what I’ve, you know, ended up doing when I was little, and I’ve kind of grown […]

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