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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Haiti Optimiste

So much of what you hear about Haiti is bad news, but Haiti Optimiste is a celebration of Haiti’s unique beauty and culture through film, music, and the arts. 100% of the proceeds from this event benefit Artists Institute, Haiti’s only free school for film, art,

Shannon Mattern Awarded Honorary Summer Faculty Position at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Faculty member, Shannon Mattern has  been awarded an honorary faculty position and a fellowship at Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar this June. This year’s theme is “Archive Futures: Operations: Time Objects, Collectives”. Her fellow faculty include Gleb Albert and Monika Dommann (Zürich), Eva von

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UCL: Time Management Workshop

On Friday, February 6th at 12pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Time Management, with a special emphasis on the writing process, which will be held in the 79 Fifth Avenue, Room 1618.  The last part of the workshop will feature an interactive

Faculty Member, Sam Feder Screens Film in NYC

Faculty member, Sam Feder has 3 upcoming NYC screenings of his film, Kate Bornstein is a Queer & Pleasant Danger. 2/6 – 9:00pm Athena Film Festival,(Sam & Kate in attendance), New York, NY 2/7 – 7:30pm Gender Reel NYU: Transgender Film (Sam & Kate in attendance), New York,

Volunteer Opportunity- Barnes and Noble

VOLUNTEER STORYTELLER LOCATION: Tribeca Barnes & Noble DATE: Thurs, Feb, 5th, 12th & 19th TIME: @ 11AM & @ 4PM DISCRIPTION: Read short stories to kids with their Nannys : ) KIDS AGE: 5-7 (and there is a big crowd so great rehersal time for

Complimentary Tickets to Documentary Fortnight

MoMA is pleased to make available complimentary tickets for Media Studies students to attend Documentary Fortnight, the museum’s annual festival of non-fiction filmmaking, which will run February 13-27, 2015. Documentary Fortnight  is a two-week showcase of recent documentary films that examines the relationship between contemporary art

New Challenge Deadline Feb 6, 2015

Dear Students,   Proposals for New Challenge, The New School’s social innovation ideas competition, are due by February 6, 2015, 11:59pm. Winning projects receive from $2,500 – $10,000 to advance their ideas.   New Challenge is a university-wide ideas competition to support students who are

Assistant to Artist Paolo Cirio

Artist Paolo Cirio ( is looking for an assistant for tasks ranging from journalistic research to graphic design, camerawork and editing. For more info see: