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The Modern School of Film: Film Acoustic

Film: Acoustic Where Film and Music Come Together The Modern School of Film (www.modernschooloffilm) is thrilled to announce the first three sessions of our exciting new film and music series, FILM:ACOUSTIC. Please join us for a series of one-of-a-kind screenings; films personally-selected by and discussed with

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NSPE Volunteer Weekend

Join the NSPE community as we serve the greater New York City community the weekend of SEPTEMBER 21st AND 22nd. Check it out here! Students, faculty, staff and alumni will come together to assist a variety of notable nonprofit organizations from all over the city, followed

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Sound Research – Research Assistant (Paid)

Sound Research at the New School Please send expressions of interest and CVs to John Roach: roachj@newschool.edu The New School Sound Research Group is seeking graduate research assistants to help with a variety of research, development and design projects.  We are looking for motivated, self-directed

The New Music: John Cage Centenary Celebration

In celebration of the 100 birthday of American musical giant John Cage, Media Studies presented the John Cage Centenary Concert, free and open to the public on Friday, September 7 at 7:00 p.m. in Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street. John Cage’s relationship with The

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Writing/Research Intern (Paid)

WANTED: PAID WRITING / RESEARCH INTERN Brooklyn based writer, Louis Doulas, is seeking a part-time, paid, writing assistant to help with research, copyediting and administration. Candidates must demonstrate experience with a wide range of knowledge and proficiency. REQUIREMENTS Ideal candidates are proficient and knowledgeable in

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Fall Intern to work on The Babushkas of Chernobyl

Writer and Director Holly Morris is looking for Fall Intern to work on The Babushkas of Chernobyl (www.thebabushkasofchernobyl.com), an independent feature documentary in production. 2 days per week; production offices in Bam Cultural District (Fort Greene). 10 hours/ week, flexible hours. Starting immediately. Contact Holly

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The 2nd Annual Greenpoint Film Festival

Read the full press release here. After its exciting premiere in 2011, featuring retrospectives of David Lynch and Jonas Mekas and including Mekas’s film My Mars Bars Movie, introduced by the filmmaker himself, the Greenpoint Film Festival returns with competitive and curated programs of cutting-edge experimental and independent films

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Anamesa, Call for Submissions

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Anamesa, Fall 2012 blur boundaries, re-imagine links, explore the between Anamesa, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of graduate student writing and art based at New York University, is now accepting submissions for its Spring 2011 print issue. Current and recent graduate students across all

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New Blog Posts/THE DEAN’S FORUM

Read the following new blog posts on THE DEAN’S FORUM, at http://blogs.newschool.edu/deans-forum. NSPE faculty, staff, and students are urged to submit any announcements, opinions, reactions, and/or musings for posting to Blog editor Ellen White atwhiteet@newschool.edu.  Click below for links to articles. Events: • NSPE Events for September 2012 • COS

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New Challenge 2013

Upcoming New Challenge info session dates: Sept. 4, 8-10pm, 65 W. 11th St., Lang Cafe (grad students) Sept. 12, 5-7 pm, 55 West 13 St., Hirshon Ste. 205 (undergrads) Sept. 18, 8-10pm, 6 E. 16th St., Wolff Conf. Rm. 1103 (all) Sept. 27, 8-10 pm,

Two Talks in Russia

Christiane Paul will be giving two talks next week in Russia. One will be at the symposium for the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial and the other at the Ural Federal University (both in Yekaterinburg).

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The New Everyday’s New Editor

Shannon Mattern has been appointed the new editor of The New Everyday, a multimedia journal, supported by MediaCommons. She will begin this coming Spring. The New Everyday promotes publications in-between the length of a blog post and a traditional journal article, also known as “middle

Handbook of Participatory Video

Last month at the Visual Sociology Conference in Buenos Aires, the Handbook of Participatory Video was launched. The handbook contains two chapters written by The New School’s Nitin Sawhney: Chapter 11 – Making Sense of Participatory Video: Approaches for Participatory Content Analysis Chapter 28 – New