Internship in New York (Doesn't Meet Major Requirement)
Immersion in the professional art world through apprenticeship to a sponsoring artist or organization. Students spend fifteen hours per week at the internship and write a substantive paper containing significant analysis and interpretation of the relation of the students' sponsoring institution to the art form of activity as a whole, the system of production and consumption surrounding that art form or activity, and the sponsor's organizational framework, operating mechanics, and role in the creation, preservation, or interpretation of the art form or activity. Open only to students admitted to the Duke in New York Arts Program. Does not count toward the major. Consent of instructor required. One course.