Registration

CURRICULUM + REGISTRATION

Students can register for the entire semester, or for individual classes. Students who complete both autumn and spring semesters will be eligible for a graduation diploma and gift after classes end in May.

Please note if you are a season passholder, to receive notification about the graduation ceremony, a graduation diploma, graduation gift and a Miskatonic student card, we will need to make sure we have your email address when you attend your first class, as the third-party ticketing system does not provide us with this information.

Please sign up to our mailing list HERE to be notified for any updates about the classes.

The Miskatonic curriculum will vary from year to year.

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REGISTRATION FEES:

Each Miskatonic location has its own pricing structure and method of registration.

Miskatonic London offers monthly classes, and students can register for the entire semester for a discounted price, or for individual classes. Registration for a full semester is £45-£55 and individual class tickets are £12 advance / £15 on the door, with select special events involving out of town guests priced at £17-20. FULL SPRING 2020 SEASON PASS AVAILABLE ON EVENTBRITE HERE >>

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Miskatonic NYC offers monthly classes and students can register for the entire semester for a discounted price, or for individual classes. Registration for a full semester is $40-$50 and admission to individual classes is $12 advance / $15 at the door, with select special events $15 advance / $17 at the door. FULL SPRING 2020 SEASON PASS AVAILABLE ON EVENTBRITE HERE >>

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Miskatonic LA offers monthly classes and occasional special events. Students can register for the entire semester for a discounted price, or for individual classes. Registration for a full semester is $40-$50 and admission to individual classes is $12 advance / $15 at the door, with select special events $15 advance / $17 at the door. FULL SPRING 2020 SEASON PASS AVAILABLE ON EVENTBRITE HERE >>

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • POSTPONED: THE GHASTLY ONE: JIMMY McDONOUGH on ANDY MILLIGAN (Los Angeles)
    Thu. Sep. 17, 2020 - 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
    Philosophical Research Society

    Andy Milligan is one of the most compelling, contentious lone wolfs in cinema history. A dressmaker, actor and puppeteer, Milligan cranked out titles like Bloodthirsty Butchers, The Body Beneath, and The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here! on threadbare budgets. He made sexploitation movies, period horror films (elaborately costumed by Milligan himself) and even a landmark gay short. His films were deeply personal statements, despite limitations which made him the laughingstock of the 42nd street distributors who cashed in on his work. Ever the outsider, Milligan was homosexual, a sadist and an avowed misogynist, and all of this is quite present in his creations. In this class, Milligan biographer Jimmy McDonough will show some of his favorite clips from his movies and unlock the secrets that lie within.

  • POSTPONED: JESÚS FRANCO: SHOOTING AT THE SPEED OF LIFE (NYC)
    Thu. Oct. 15, 2020 - 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
    Film Noir Cinema

    In this evening’s discussion, acclaimed author Stephen Thrower (NIGHTMARE USA, JESS FRANCO: FLOWERS OF PERVERSION/MURDEROUS PASSIONS) will explore Franco’s ability to juggle the commercial and personal dimensions of filmmaking through his confrontational works of horror, sadism and erotic spectacle.

  • POSTPONED: JESÚS FRANCO: SHOOTING AT THE SPEED OF LIFE (Los Angeles)
    Thu. Oct. 22, 2020 - 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
    Philosophical Research Society

    In this evening’s discussion, acclaimed author Stephen Thrower (NIGHTMARE USA, JESS FRANCO: FLOWERS OF PERVERSION/MURDEROUS PASSIONS) will explore Franco’s ability to juggle the commercial and personal dimensions of filmmaking through his confrontational works of horror, sadism and erotic spectacle.

  • TALKIN' TO DRACULA AND HIS CREW: THE GOTH SUBCULTURE'S ETERNAL AFFAIR WITH HORROR (NYC)
    Thu. Dec. 17, 2020 - 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
    Film Noir Cinema

    This lecture will discuss the inextricable link between horror and the goth subculture through music, visuals, fashion, and spaces – with an emphasis on the 1980s. It will focus on the allure of the unknown and its pleasurable horrors, as well as their underlying meanings. While the foundation of goth gathers inspiration from early horror films (Dracula, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari), it also influenced later iterations of the horror genre through visuals and soundtrack selections (The Crow, Queen of the Damned). Additionally, we will discuss how the aesthetics of the horror genre leaked into the interior of the club: not only did the music set the tone, but the decor of its walls created the overall atmosphere, which at times included meat bags (Planet X, Liverpool) and an elevated coffin surrounded by candelabras (The Magic Circle, Zürich). Topics covered will also include Freud’s das unheimliche (the uncanny) within album art – such as X-Mal Deutschland’s cover for their 1982 single for “Incubus Succubus” – as well as Danielle Dax’s performance in The Company of Wolves, and Propaganda Magazine’s video trilogy. Plus, musical and visual samples from beloved artists including The Cure and Siouxsie and the Banshees as well as the ghastly theatrics of bands such as Specimen, Neva, Parálisis Permanente, and the Virgin Prunes.

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