The Razor's Edge Shark Talent Scholars Program is designed for first time in college freshmen who have been active in community or high school arts programs and are passionate about using the arts to bring people together. Students will work with the Department of Performing and Visual Arts and other campus organizations to cultivate leadership abilities in a creative and scholarly community. Experiences at NSU in the classroom, leading student arts organizations, and participating in workshops with arts leaders, will develop students’ marketable skills including innovative interpersonal communication, project management, and creative inquiry. Upon completion of the Shark Talent Program, students will be able to successfully lead collaborative arts projects and will have completed a performing or visual arts minor or major. The group will meet weekly and work together to recruit and develop audiences and participants primarily from NSU students.
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Curricular Semester 2: PVA Minor Specific Course (1–3 credits)
Curricular Semester 1: ARTS 2600—Introduction to Arts Administration (3 credits) Semester 2: PVA Minor Specific Course (1–3 credits)
Curricular Semester 1: PVA Minor Specific Course (1–3 credits) Semester 2: PVA Minor Specific Course (1–3 credits)
The seminars occur each semester. Community arts leaders serve as panelists, guest lecturers, or workshop leaders for these informational forums.
Shark Talent Scholars Program participants must declare a minor or major in a PVA discipline and meet all requirements to stay in good standing with the program. Students who leave or are dismissed from the program will lose their scholarship. All financial assistance received as part of the Razor’s Edge Shark Talent Scholars program will cease after the fourth year of enrollment. Attendance at all rehearsals, meetings, and scheduled events is required.