Tagged: High School

FREE Film Screening for High School Students!

Join us on Friday, December 2 at 7pm for a FREE screening of Moon (2009).

Open to all high school students. No registration necessary.

Click HERE to download the permission slip for R-rated films.

Friday Night Films @ The Lab is a film series dedicated to local high school students | more »


FREE Film Screening For High School Students!

Join us on Friday, November 4 at 7pm for a FREE screening of Burn After Reading (2008).

Open to all high school students. No registration necessary.

Click HERE to download the permission slip for R-rated films.

Friday Night Films @ The Lab is a film series dedicated to local high | more »


FREE Film Screening for High School Students!

Join us on Friday, October 7th at 7pm for a FREE screening of An American Werewolf in London (1981).

Open to all high school students. No registration necessary.

Click HERE to download the permission slip for R-rated films.

An American Werewolf in London tells the story of two | more »


FREE Film Screening for High School Students!

Join us on Friday, September 9th at 7pmfor a FREE screening of Cube

Open to all high school students. No registration necessary.

Click HERE to download the permission slip for R-Rated films.


Cube is a 1997 Canadian science fiction horror film directed and co-written by Vincenzo | more »


FREE Films for High School Students

Join us on Friday, May 6 at 7pm
for a FREE screening of EX MACHINA (2015)Open to all high school students. No registration necessary.
Click HERE to download the permission slip for R-Rated films.

Click HERE for more information on Friday Night Films @ the Lab
& be sure to join | more »


Write On Time!

This year was the 25th annual Young Authors Conference, wonderfully organized by Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES and hosted, for the first time, by the Pace University Graduate Center. The conference allows high school students with a passion for writing to come from throughout | more »


Get to Know Mo Herbert

Recently we ran an Artist Statement Workshop with our Creators' Co-op students. Artist Statements are written by working artists in order to explain and contextualize the body of work they create. Here is an example written by Mo Herbert, a student in our Creators' Co-op Program. | more »


27 Students. 24 Hours. 3 Rules. ONE WINNER!

Our annual Burns Film Challenge was last weekend and our Media Arts Lab flooded with teams of high school students eager to try their hand at competitive movie-making. Kicking off at 5:00 pm on Friday, the participants had twenty-four hours to script, story-board, shoot, and edit | more »


From Co-op To College

It’s that time of the year: the trees are finally green, the flowers are in full bloom, and college acceptance letters have gone out to thousands of eager high school seniors across the country. For most, it’s a time to celebrate the culmination of years of hard work. Our | more »