Circuit Bridges collaborated with Sprawl to present new audio works by students from the London School of Communication (University of the Arts London) and The New School in two special concerts in London and New York City. The concerts, featured sound art and electroacoustic music,
It is with great pleasure to announce that the call for applications for Kosovo International Summer Academy 2015, with a special focus on “Peace building in post-conflict areas – Diplomacy, Leadership and Negotiations”, is now open! Date/Venue: 12-22 July 2015. Prishtina, Kosovo Scholarships: A number of scholarships are available for most
Faculty member Deirdre Boyle is currently on sabbatical for the Spring 2015 semester. Check out all the amazing work she has done so far! Deirdre Boyle has been a globetrotter over the past few months, profiting from a much needed and deeply appreciated semester-long sabbatical.
Fall 2015 Design Technology and Fashion come together, Bringing you a course unlike any other: Wearable Technology for Urban Cyclists Thursdays 9:00 am – 11:40 am Open to all Grad students and Undergraduate Juniors and Seniors – all should Apply online to be enrolled in this
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Faculty member, Peter Asaro appeared in Basque TV news piece for EITB (in Spanish): http://www.eitb.eus/es/noticias/internacional/videos/detalle/3159400/video-se-abre-debate-drones-eeuu/ It features some nice shots of the School of Media Studies!
Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD position in Science and Technology Studies at Linköping University, Sweden. You will work under the supervision of Professor Steve Woolgar, as a part of the Department of Thematic Studies (Technology and Social Change) – a lively and growing
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Dawn of Summer is The New School’s first all-night event, celebrating the work, interests, and people of our community. From dusk ’til dawn, the University Center will be filled with live music, art, activities, exhibitions, conversations, and people, marking the end of the academic year
Right now, across America, people are working on big ideas. Game-changing ideas. Ideas that might sound unbelievable right now, but could become an indispensable product or service in a matter of years. But they might not ever get a chance to make that idea into
April 29th, 7:15 pm The film was directed by Roberto Faenza and produced by Elda Ferri (“Life Is Beautiful”). The film has recently been selected as the “Official Holocaust Film” of Yad Vashem and winner of the Education Award and Break Out Actor Award at
Last week Smith College announced that Maya Lin (in partnership with the firm Shepley Bulfinch) would be designing their new library. In preparation for the project, Smith has been hosting a series of lectures about library design, and faculty member, Shannon Mattern spoke last Thursday. She has posted
Organization: Trees New York’s mission is to plant, preserve and protect New York City’s trees through education and community participation. Trees New York was founded in 1976 as a volunteer response to New York City’s devastating cutbacks in forestry and tree-related community services. Trees New
Faculty member, Peter Asaro was quoted in Globe and Mail Article: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/if-a-robot-kills-someone-who-is-to-blame/article23996250/ Asaro also delivered this statement to the United Nations Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons in Geneva on April 16, 2015: http://icrac.net/2015/04/icrac-second-statement-on-overarching-issues-2015-ccw-expert-meeting/
Part-time faculty member, Joel Schlemowitz has recently become the new Resident Film Programmer and Arcane Media Specialist an The Morbid Anatomy Museum: http://morbidanatomymuseum.org/friends/residents/
Two of our amazing Media Studies students, Daryl Meader & Colin DeMatteis, were part of one of the winning groups of the New School 2015 challenge! See below article: http://newchallenge.newschool.edu/projects/2015/i-need-to-be-heard-youth-media-at-the-arab-american-family-support-center/
Black List Live NYC is coming to The New School on May 2, 2015. Join us for a live reading of 2014 Black List Script: BIG TIME ADOLESCENCE, written and directed by Jason Orley. New School students can claim a code for 2 free tickets BEFORE
My name is Joey Herson and I am an actor living in New York City. I am very interested in booking roles in student films and would love to work with the filmmakers who attend the New School. I study acting full time at the
The Global Internship Program is structured around an 8 week internship placement with a host company in your chosen location and industry. An integral series of career seminars and workshops, guest speaker and networking events, social events and weekend excursions are designed to complement your
Overview The Recruitment Committee of the Producers Guild of America East is pleased to announce that applications for the PGA East Student Program are now open. This two-year program gives highlymotivated students currently enrolled in a producing-focused degree or certificate program the unique opportunity to
Manhattan Edit Workshop is offering its one-day post-production event Sight, Sound & Story happening on June 13th. Editors will discuss and show clips of their work as well as deconstruct some of the most popular documentaries, movies, television and reality shows to date!
Parsons School of Design Strategies, is hosting an event with Jigar Mehta, Engagement Lead at AJ+, and co-founder of the SF-based media/tech incubator Matter http://matter.vc/. Jigar is also one of the creators of the platform 18 Days in Egypt http://beta.18daysinegypt.com/#/ The event is open to all.
Faculty member, Eugene Thacker’s books Starry Speculative Corpse and Tentacles Longer Than Night have just been published by Zero Books. A book launch party will be held on Friday, April 24th, at Spoonbill & Sugartown Booksellers in Brooklyn (218 Bedford Ave. between N 4th and N 5th). http://www.spoonbillbooks.com
Summer Internship Opportunity Job Description and Qualifications: Interns at Blake Zidell & Associates engage in all aspects of the day-to-day operations of an arts public relations firm. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, assisting staff, researching and updating contacts, collecting and archiving press
Impact America – Alabama is now accepting applications for a full-time, one-year Media Production fellowship, available to creative and self-motivated individuals with training in documentary or nonfiction filmmaking who are looking for an opportunity to gain experience in visual storytelling and media production for a
Free Tickets: Society of Composers and Lyricists Hosts “DECODING THE DIRECTOR / COMPOSER CONVERSATION”
The Society of Composers and Lyricists NY is hosting an event “The SCL Presents: DECODING THE DIRECTOR / COMPOSER CONVERSATION: WHAT DO THEY MEAN WHEN THEY SAY…” this coming Monday, April 20, 2015 where Media Studies students can attend and learn/network with film composers who belong to their chapter.
Julian De Mayo Rodriguez, a current Media Studies student, recently got his article “‘Memory Activism’ Is Inspired By The Belief That Mediating Memories Is A Political Act” published on VisualAIDS.org. Read full article here.
Faculty member Peter Asaro, was quoted in New Scientist article, on the UN CCW meeting on autonomous weapons: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn27339-can-we-stop-killer-robots-un-meets-to-debate-possible-treaty.html#.VSxkX5FwbqA
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