The new film Memphis, a soulful cinematic tone poem written and directed by Tim Sutton, part-time faculty member at The New School, received an exemplary review in the New York Times on September 4, 2014. This second feature from Sutton, was inspired partly by the
After excursions into clouds, networks, and virtual worlds, the study of culture and media has taken a materialist turn. Media archaeologists, Marxists, ecologists, and designers rightly insist on a return to things, infrastructures, and the environment. But this once-firm ground now teems with vital forces,
Shannon Mattern Will Speak at the “Publishing Without a Publisher Panel” @ Columbia on September 24, 2014
On September 24, 2014, Shannon Mattern, will speak about alternative modes of scholarly publishing at the “Publishing Without a Publisher” panel at Columbia University. For more information, see the Columbia University Libraries’ Scholarly Communication Program website.
Shannon Mattern participated as an invited presenter, in an international symposium on “Code and the City”, September 3rd through September 4th. The two-day workshop hosted a number of the foremost thinkers on the intersection of software, ubiquitous computing and the city, at the National University of
Borrego Springs Film Festival 2015 is seeking talented filmmakers of all ages. Borrego Springs is a desert community within a couple hours drive of Los Angeles and San Diego. Our festival provides filmmakers quality venues, networking opportunities, and enthusiastic film fans. The 2015 festival will
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The New School demonstrates our commitment to climate action and our solidarity with people converging on New York City for the historic People’s Climate March on September 21 with a week-long series of events focused on climate change. As a leader and official endorser of