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It was founded on August 17, 1965. It is a training place for actors and filmmakers. The school has the practical and technical education cources together with the academic resources.
The school consists of three Institutes:
- Performing Arts
- Emerging Media
- Film & Television
As of 2019, more than 20 Academy Award winners studied or had close connections with the Tisch School of the Arts. The Tisch school had about 25,000 alumni.
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The Tisch School of the Arts was founded to improve education for both theater and film industries. In 1985, Preston Robert Tisch gave the money to the school that helped to renovate it and buy new locatis on Broadway. As a symbol of gratefulness of the school's management and the generosity of the Tisch, the school got its modern name.
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- Arnegger, Sarah Jane (September 12, 2016). "Big 10: Top Colleges Represented on Broadway in Fall 2016". Playbill. Retrieved June 18, 2021.
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