Attached is the new SAG-AFTRA Student Film agreement, which takes effect on July 1, 2015. 2 changes that must be pointed out: 1 – the new rate of pay is now $125.00/ day per performer (sec 6, part a-iii). This amount is still deferred.
High-functioning, full-time, temp needed August-October (limited training would begin in July). Banner experience preferred but not required. Experience with data entry, keeping detailed files and comfortable with distributing and maintaining an array of communications between faculty, program directors and university staff. Responsible for offering curricular
Faculty member, Shannon Mattern published a new article about information architectures and logistical landscapes: http://urbanomnibus.net/2015/06/middlewhere-landscapes-of-library-logistics/ . She a posted some outtakes on her own website, too: http://www.wordsinspace.net/wordpress/2015/06/23/scaling-firewalls-outtakes-on-library-logistics/.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO GALLERY PRINCIPALS Magnan Metz Gallery www.magnanmetz.com is seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented individual to support the Gallery Principals. This person must be able to anticipate needs and prioritize effectively while maintaining composure in a fast paced environment. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Faculty member, Peter Asaro joins WeRobot 2015 Panel 3 on robotics governance with Jason Millar, Kirsten Thomasen and David Post. Read full article here: http://robohub.org/werobot-2015-panel-3-robotics-governance-with-peter-asaro-jason-millar-kirsten-thomasen-and-david-post/
Content Marketing & Multimedia Intern at Compass.to with option of full-time employment: You will be in a fast-paced and challenging environment writing and constantly creating content for our startup and other brands while also enjoying the Manhattan skyline from our Brooklyn office. As a content
BRIC is currently looking for an Education Manager for Youth Media. More info here: http://bricartsmedia.org/about/jobs-and-internships#education-manager
No Longer Empty is a non-profit organization dedicated to activating public engagement with contemporary art through community-responsive and site-specific exhibitions and educational programs that revive underutilized spaces. No Longer Empty Curatorial Lab (NLE Lab) is a 15-week professional development program for emerging curators and arts
———————————————————————————————————– DON’T MISS THE ‘I AM IMAGENATION’ OUTDOOR FILM & MUSIC FESTIVAL KICKOFF SCREENING SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2015 7PM, SUNDAY at VON KING PARK, BROOKLYN! CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL SCHEDULE!
Faculty Member, Nitin Sawhney had a great opening of his Guatemala Después exhibition in Xela, Guatemala the past 2 weeks. A news article published in esQuisses, nicely summarizes the curatorial vision and outcomes of our exhibitions in NYC and Xela. http://www.esquisses.net/2015/06/guatemala-despuesy-despues-critica-creatividad-e-innovacion/ Thanks to Media Studies grad student Nelesi
ROLE TITLE: Learning Multi-media Specialist/Graphic Artist : Learning Instructional Design Title: Multimedia Instructional Designer, Learning, Americas Location: New York / Newark This role will support the Americas Region Learning Team in the development of training programmes in terms of graphic, video, and multimedia instructional design
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Girls Who Code is currently recruiting a teacher for our 2015 Summer Immersion Program in Newark, NJ. The ideal Teacher candidate is an empathetic and enthusiastic individual with a BA or BS in Computer Science and teaching experience (e.g. classroom teaching, tutoring, TAing). Teachers can Learn
WINTER FILM AWARDS announces a CALL FOR ENTRIES for the 2016 Indie Film Festival to be held Feb 24-27 2016 in NYC. We seek diverse, fresh voices and creative indie films from emerging filmmakers in all genres – feature length and shorts, narrative fiction, documentary, animation, horror,
Faculty member, Peter Asaro was quoted in this TechNewsWorld article, discussing autonomous weapons. View full article here: http://www.technewsworld.com/story/82113.html
Associate Dean of Media Studies, Christiane Paul will give a keynote at the Creative Technologies Symposium at Columbia University’s Teachers College on Friday, June 19. Emerging technologies have changed the making, teaching, and learning of art. These changes have influenced formal and informal learning environments.
myFace, formerly the National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction, was founded to address the all-too-visible plight of those with facial deformity by assuring them access to the comprehensive and highly personalized team care at the Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery (IRPS) at NYU Langone Medical Center.
Ross School / Ross Institute is seeking Media Studies faculty. The Media Studies program at Ross comprises theory, media history and practices / ethics as well as production (narrative, documentary, web-based, new media art, etc). Students explore the function of media and ideology in history
Research Assistant needed for Book / Film Project about Golden Era Porn auteur Gerard Damiano (Deep Throat). Responsibilities include: Scanning Flatwork, slides, and negatives. Scan Optimization. Converting PDF files to editable documents, using character recognition software. Also copyright searches, and filing. Flexible hours, some
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival is taking place in New York 11-21 June. The festival includes a number of feature films from across the globe which bring to life human rights abuses through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand
Faculty member, Shannon Mattern has some upcoming events she would like to share! First, from June 14 to 20, She will be serving as a member of the faculty for the Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies, in Weimar, Germany. The theme this year is “Archive
SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM The Role Social Media Week is a leading news platform and worldwide conference that curates and shares the best ideas, innovations and insights into how social media and technology are changing business, society and culture around the world. We also reimagine how
There is still time to submit your independent film to the 4th Annual Nyack Film Festival. The Nyack Film Festival will be held at Nyack Village Theatre on Thursday, August 13,Friday August 14, Saturday August 15 and Sunday, August 16, 2015. Awards will be presented in the
CALL FOR PAPERS Immunity/Community 2015 Stony Brook University Dept of Cultural Analysis and Theory Graduate Student Conference Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015 w SBU Manhattan Whence the urge to immunize? Wherein the possibilities for community? This conference will explore the tension between immunity and community in
Get Paid To Write Fiction For A Mobile Startup THE OPPORTUNITY: This is your chance to write short stories that are read by millions of people around the world. We are a mobile storytelling startup looking for great “flash fiction” short stories to launch in
IIAS-CSEAS Winter School 2016 Mapping the Aesthetics of Urban Life in Asia: A Dialogue with the Arts Dates 25 – 30 January 2016 Application deadline 10 July 2015 Venue Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto, Japan The Winter School This 6 day workshop
The InterDrone Film Festival is open, giving aerial cinematographers a platform to show off their best footage shot by a UAV at our Las Vegas mega-event. From landscapes to speed chases and bird’s-eye-view action sports footage, the film festival will represent the pinnacle of cinema by drones.
Community Specialist — Multiple positions available Kinvolved, an education technology startup located in NYC, is hiring multiple Community Specialists this summer and school year. Community Specialists are unique people! They are charged with: 1) working directly in our schools, 2) growing our business by forming
Dr. Hyangjin Lee, this year’s Kim Koo Visiting Professor of Korean Studies at Harvard University, examines the evolution of anti-Communist films in South Korea. Dr. Lee explores the historical legacy of anti-Communist drama through the oppressive film policy in the pre-democratization era and the subsequent