World Up WU School Living Remix Project
Open to High School Students in New York City, Saturdays May-June. For more information, click
WU School is an innovative after-school program at the Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School that combines hip hop with journalism skills, technological literacy and the arts. This program is highly competitive, and will help you develop college-ready skills in critical thinking and reasoning, journalism, audio production and new media.
If you are accepted into the program, you are expected to attend classes twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, through the end of January. Attendance is mandatory, and only three excused absences will be allowed throughout the semester.
Looking forward to meeting you at orientation, and seeing you in class!
High School and Graduation Year
Tell us about your interests.
What do you like to do in your free time?
What are some tools you have used to make music?
Who is your favorite artist/music? Why?
Who is the most inspirational/innovative
music producer/artist to you & why?
How is hip hop music made? What is a remix?
What do you hope to learn in this class?
Write a short statement of what you think music will be like in the future. Think about what you consider to be “futuristic” music in the world now & how you think artists & technology will “push the boundaries” of music 20, 40 or even 100 years from now.
Choose one (Essay (500 words or less), YouTube video, blog post, mp3, etc.) to answer question
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