Silver Sound’s 4th Annual Music Video Film Festival and Band Battle is now accepting submissions! Silver Sound is a studio in NY that provides production, post-production, and live sound services in addition to music recording. Each year we hold this event, which is comprised of
On Wednesday October 3rd, the School of Media Studies will be holding its first organizing meeting for the annual Critical Themes Conference. Since the initial conference in 2000, Critical Themes has grown into a leading forum for showcasing research papers from graduate students around the
IFP 2013 Roll Out 2013 IFP sites will be announced. Faculty Country Coordinators will present each IFP site, field work and research opportunities. Information on the application and selection process will be given. Friday, September 28 2012 05:00 PM to 8:00 PM I 202 Theresa Lang
India and China: Closer than you Think Chat n’ Chai — Student Opportunities at India China Institute Thursday, October 4, 2012 5:00-7:00 Wollman Hall, 65 West 11th Street Did you know that the India China Institute at The New School offers competitive exploratory travel grants, collaborative research
THE STEINHARDT SCHOOL OF CULTURE, EDUCATION, AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY announces: The 2013 Winter Intersession Study Abroad Program in Global Food Cultures: Hong Kong Travel Dates in Hong Kong: January 6-19, 2013* http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/study_abroad/programs/food_cultures (Earn 4 graduate or undergraduate credits) Special students from outside of NYU
On Tuesday, October 2nd, from 5-6pm, the University Learning Center is hosting a workshop called “a Creative Approach to Critical Voice”. Through hands-on activities, you will learn to think more critically about readings and develop original ideas and arguments in response to them. Although optional,
JOIN THE ‘PLJ PROMOTIONS TEAM! PART-TIME PROMOTIONS ASSISTANTS NEEDED! 95.5 WPLJ is a heritage FM music station that broadcasts from Midtown Manhattan, the heart of the entertainment industry. The station is owned by Cumulus Media, which has 570 stations in 120 U.S. Cities.
This semester Canon encourages students to engage with “The Race Issue”. As the interdisciplinary journal of the New School for Social Research, we would like to encourage all seven departments to submit. Here at Canon, we are committed to upholding a tradition of publishing student work. We believe it binds our
Editor positions are available at Canon, the interdisciplinary journal of the New School for Social Research. Canon is dedicated to publishing the best graduate work at NSSR, and we are looking for others who will also be committed to that goal. Responsibilities Attending weekly meetings; Read and edit
International Journal of Business and Social Science (IJBSS) is a monthly peer reviewed journal published by Centre for Promoting Ideas (CPI), USA. It covers the areas of business and social science such as management, marketing, finance, economics, banking, accounting, human resources management, international business, hotel and tourism, entrepreneurship
Videographer needed for Bar Mitzvah Date: October 7 Place: Park Slope, Brooklyn (around 7th avenue and 6th St). Pay: $200 cash including tips Video will be needed from around 9am till around 11am during services. Photography with some video will be needed from 11 till
Christiane Paul will be giving a keynote address at the Possible Futures symposium on emergent themes in the field of preservation of artistic and cultural heritage in Sao Paulo next week. From their site: “Possible Futures proposes a debate on emergent themes in the field
On Wednesday September 26, SparkTruck, the educational build-mobile will be joining New School students for a discussion on the importance of hands on learning in schools. SparkTruck is a project of students from Stanford’s Institute of Design, who have packed a truck with high-tech tools
The 2012 Architecture & Design Film Festival opens on October 18th with the world premiere of Design is One: Lella & Massimo Vignelli, a retrospective of the work and relationship of these two seminal figures, by filmmakers Roberto Guerra and The New School’s Kathy Brew.
Are you an international student struggling with American English pronunciation? Do people often ask you to repeat yourself or misunderstand what you are trying to say? Then the FREE Pronunciation Workshop offered through the University Learning Center is for YOU! In this weekly 9-session workshop
BETA sessions are opportunities for Media Studies students to discuss their media works in progress and receive feedback on their installations, web-based, gaming, locative and sound projects with peers and faculty members. (BETA is not meant for screening of Film/video works.) In order to present your work
The Modern School of Film is thrilled to present our exciting new film and music series, FILM:ACOUSTIC. Please join us for a series of one-of-a-kind screenings and talks; films personally-selected by and discussed with celebrated artists from the world of music, as they define Cinema in their words
Friday, September 28th at 6PM in the Lang Café. We will be discussing the semester, upcoming meeting dates, and possible events this semester. There will be food, dancing, and plenty of opportunity to meet fellow New Schoolers. Students of the African Diaspora (S.O.A.D.) is a
Film History Instructor Needed for Adult Ed Class in Forest Hills Looking for instructor to teach Film History for a daytime Adult Ed class during the winter and possibly spring. Dates flexible. Graduate students with film & teaching experience or adjunct faculty. Prefer Tuesday or
Library of Social Science seeks a motivated, highly-organized individual to join our team. The person hired will: Work with Dr. Richard Koenigsberg and the Library of Social Science Staff (see directly below) to organize research and other documents. Assist with the development of book titles: edit manuscripts;
DailyCandy, a division of NBCUniversal, a free daily e-mail newsletter and website, that sets the standard for clever lifestyle editorial on food, fashion, and fun. We are currently on the chase for a sharp, hard-working, organized, social media-savvy gal/lad to assist our Deals department. Duties will include
Available Positions College Students & Community Corps Members Work with small groups of preschool children on language and literacy skills, right in your community, and attend training and service days. The single most powerful experience you can have volunteering is with Jumpstart. Apply now! Team
Mandarin speakers are needed on October 19th to serve as translators for visiting Chinese videomakers who will show their work and talk about the importance of recording collective memory in China today. “New Chinese Documentaries: The Memory Project” takes place from 9-12, 1-5, and
gnovis is Georgetown’s online peer-reviewed journal devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture and technology. Published electronically each semester, its mission is to present a forum in which graduate students from around the globe may share cutting edge research on the role
Two Research Assistant opportunities are currently available within the School of Media Studies. Apply to the positions using the careers link after the description. 1. Research Assistant – Digital Research https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/8609 This position involves the creation of digital research resources for topics in digital culture and media.
Jun Oshima is a New York City based filmmaker and cinematographer, and graduate of the MA in Media Studies program at The New School. Prior to his career in film, Jun worked as an advertising executive with Tokyo Advertising and JWT Japan, where he worked
Eugene Thacker’s essay Nekros – The Poetics of Biopolitics is featured in volume 3 of Incognetum Hactenus, a journal of art, horror, and philosophy. The special issue – Zombies: Living On – is available online.
OccupyData Hackathon September 28th and 29th, 2012 from 12pm to 6pm James Gallery, CUNY Graduate Center How do we make sense of large-scale and distributed socio-political movements like Occupy Wall Street that take place both in urban public spaces through protests and sit-ins, and in
Looking for instructor to teach Film History for a daytime Adult Ed class during the winter and possibly spring. Dates flexible. Graduate students with film & teaching experience or adjunct faculty. Prefer Tuesday or Wednesdays, middle of the day. Class would be active, intellectually