Victoria Scibilia

Victoria Scibilia

Victoria Scibilia is a contributing editor for Carnegie Communications.

Articles

7 Ridiculous Myths About Artists

The book "Starting Your Career as an Artist: A Guide for Painters, Sculptors, Photographers, and Other Visual Artists" has a section on myths about artists. These myths can serve as motivation, but may create bumps in the road for aspiring artists. read more

The College Internship Program, a Resource for LD Students

The College Internship Program (CIP) strives for success--and internships, as they are commonly known, are just the beginning. CIP provides young adults with Asperger's, ADHD, Nonverbal, and other learning differences with the social, academic, career, and life skill instruction needed to prepare for a successful and happy life. read more

How to Become a Rockette: Do You Have What It Takes?

Interested in becoming a Radio City Rockette? Well, you're in luck! I am here to tell you what it takes and just what the choreographers are looking for in the hundreds of girls who audition every year for this honored position.read more

Did You Say Bagpipe Major?

When someone tells you they are majoring in performing arts, it is unlikely that the first specialty that comes to mind is the bagpipes. For a Carnegie Mellon student, however, it isn't so strange . . .read more

One-on-One with Sara Vogl--Dance Minor

Sara Vogl is originally from Williamston, Michigan but attended Loyola University in Chicago where she majored in finance and double minored in marketing and dance. She has been dancing for 14 years with most of her training in ballet.read more

One-on-One with Lindsey Liberatore--Theatre Major

Lindsey Liberatore is originally from Lakeville, Massachusetts and attended Marymount Manhattan College in New York City--a liberal arts college mostly known for its theatre and dance programs. Interested in hearing more? Read a Q&A with Lindsey:read more

Interview Series: Q&A with Saxophone player, Hart Linker

Today, Hart says you can find him jump-starting his career by recording his first solo album. He will be going on tour in 2012 with the help of some corporate sponsorships. While Hart is not recording, he is influencing the lives of future musicians and saxophonists by teaching private music lessons at Carere Music, Inc. located in Atlanta, Georgia.read more

Interview Series: Q&A with Opera Singer, Rachel Sterrenberg

As a part of a series of interviews with students who have been there, done that, I've interviewed a young opera singer about her college experiences.read more