• Tag: NeON Arts (6)

    • VIDEO  blog | NeON Arts is a project of the NYC Department of Probation (DOP) in partnership with Carnegie Hall that offers young people in New York City, including those on probation, the chance to explore the arts through projects in a variety of disciplines, including dance, music, theater, visual arts, poetry, and digital media.
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    • NeON Arts offers young people in seven New York City communities the chance to explore the arts through a variety of creative projects at local community-based probation offices called Neighborhood Opportunity Networks (NeONs).
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    • READ | The New York City Department of Probation (DOP), in partnership with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, recently announced the names of seven New York City organizations selected for the second installment of NeON Arts, a new citywide arts education initiative created by the DOP.
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    • READ | NeON Arts—a bold new initiative of New York City's Department of Probation (DOP), created in partnership with Carnegie Hall—builds on the DOP's successful efforts to advance public safety by engaging people on probation as well as community members in the arts. Read what Tom Cabaniss, a longtime collaborator with the Weill Music Institute, has to say about being part of the team designing the implementation of NeON Arts.
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    • READ | Recently, a 16-year old named Meshach had an opportunity of which many teens his age would only dream. He performed the world premiere of his song “Living The Life I Love” in Zankel Hall. The concert featured Meshach’s song alongside other original music created by high school students and community members from throughout New York City.

      We sat down with him to hear about his experience as a songwriter and performer.
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