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Natali Cavanagh

The snow is falling and the fall semester NYAP students are packing their bags... what a year it’s been! It’s been a hard semester: the city challenged all of us in ways we couldn’t have expected. But I’m thankful for how I’ve grown, and I hope everyone else is as well.

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I’ve had a love affair with Broadway since I was a kid; every year, my family and I would visit my grandparents on Long Island, and every trip we would try to get into the city at least once. And the best part of those trips were the musicals we saw together.

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The NYAP Subway Playlist

By Natali Cavanagh • December 1, 2017

The commute to work every morning can be long and tiring but is always brightened by good music. Here’s a short playlist of our favorite songs, albums, and artists to listen to on the subway ride or walk to our internships!

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Thankful

By Natali Cavanagh • November 23, 2017

I can see the barricades being set up for the parade outside my window. I’m writing this post a few days early; like most people, I’ll be spending time with my friends and family this Thanksgiving.

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This Tuesday's student feature is Jesse Lauramore from Warren Wilson college!

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We have another student feature: Liz Hardaway, a Houston native, is a current senior at Ohio Wesleyan University.

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Under normal circumstances, I am a staunch believer in celebrating Christmas exclusively in December. Anyone who dared play holiday music before the last Thursday in November would have been thoroughly berated by yours truly in the past. But this year I just can’t help it.

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MET Opera Backstage Tour

By Natali Cavanagh • November 3, 2017

This past (very rainy) Sunday, the NYAP interns enjoyed a special backstage tour of the Metropolitan Opera House!

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This past Wednesday the NYAP visual arts faculty advisor, Emilie Clark, had a presentation for the students where she moderated a panel of 7 NYAP alum artists. Emilie is an artist who works in drawing, painting, installation and writing.

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This past Saturday the New York Arts interns were excited to welcome back Colleen Keegan, a Strategic Planning Team Leader with Creative Capital Professional Development Program.

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