For Fall 2015, we are pleased to announce a 25% alumni discount on non-credit continuing education classes at the New School. We invite all alumni to use this discount to discover opportunities for lifelong learning, including courses in art and design at Parsons, music at
Hardpin Media is looking for a talented editor with a passion for storytelling and politics to join our New York City team. Responsibilities include: Daily editing of videos for a variety of political, nonprofit and corporate clients for web and TV. Being able to edit
One Green Planet is a fast-growing media start up focused on compassionate and conscious living. We are looking for talented individuals (Editorial Assistants, Assistant Editors, and experienced Editors) who are passionate Green Monsters. Responsibilities Generate ideas for new features and collaborative posts. Duties may include
LESS TALK, ALL HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS LIGHTING WORKSHOP Light & Shadow: Lighting Boot Camp is a 2-day, hands-on workshop for filmmakers who want to learn fast, practical and efficient lighting techniques with small crew, less time, and little equipment without sacrificing quality.When: AUGUST 8-9 (Sat & Sun) 11am – 3pm Fee:
Internship Opportunity: Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs Engagement Editor Fellows
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs is seeking an engagement editor fellow, whose primary role will be crafting and implementing digital media strategies to grow the audience and reach of our products. This position requires original, strategy-led creative thinking that provides meaningful, exciting user
Blonde & Co is looking for a research intern to help with a new film . The film is a documentary that aims to raise awareness of the multiple consequences and global dilemmas that are devastating our world inside and out as a direct result
Highly skilled student assistant needed for website maintenance and development to work in conjunction with faculty and student content producers/editors. Required skills include: – expertise with WordPress and ability to work with the editor function to manipulate the HTML and CSS; familiarity with site security
Sunrise/Sunset, a series of online projects curated by Christiane Paul for the Whitney Museum, is reviewed on Quartz. Christiane also juried the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s (BWAC) Black & White National art show opening August 1, 2015.
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Call for Applications: 2016 Grants to Individuals Deadline: September 15, 2015 We are now accepting applications for our 2016 Grants to Individuals. Since 1956, the Graham Foundation has provided direct funding to individuals to produce publications, exhibitions, films, research, and other projects that foster the development and
Martha Stewart Weddings is looking for interns for the Fall 2015 semester. Here is the official listing: 2015 Fall: Digital Editorial Primary Purpose: The digital editorial intern will support the digital editorial team of Martha Stewart Weddingswith producing, writing, and editing editorial content for MarthaStewartWeddings.com. Responsibilities: The
Faculty member Shannon Mattern’s article on library logistical systems, has been republished on Vice’s Motherboard magazine. See full article here.
We are looking to fill two new positions at Global Nomads Group, a non-profit organization that seeks to foster dialogue and understanding among the world’s youth. By leveraging technology, we enable conversations between middle and high school students who would otherwise not be able to meet
The Parsons/ AMT / Fine Arts office is looking for two 1st year graduate students to be an assistant to the BFA and MFA Fine Arts Directors and assist in general office support, program organization and planning, and student communications. The student should be available
Christiane Paul and Media Studies student Malcolm Levy published an article on “Genealogies of The New Aesthetic” in the book Postdigital Aesthetics – Art, Computation And Design (Palgrave MacMillan 2015). Christiane was interviewed for the e-book Museus sem lugar: ensaios, manifestos e diálogos em rede (Lisboa: Instituto de
Photography Workshop: “Politics, Portraiture, and Identity” Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 2 p.m. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor In the exhibition Zanele Muholi: Isibonelo/Evidence, the artist uses photography and testimonials to create visibility for black lesbian and transgender communities
Center for Asian American Media (CAAM); a San Francisco-based nonprofit devoted to telling and supporting stories that highlight the wide diversity within the Asian American community. Every spring, they put on CAAMFest (formerly the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival), the largest Asian American
Digital Video Production The Department of Cinema and Media Studies at Carleton College invites applications for a tenure-track position in digital video production starting September 1, 2016. An MFA or PhD is required. The position is at the assistant professor level but appointment at a
This is an exciting opportunity to join LUCAS, to contribute to the research programme supported by the prestigious Leverhulme Programme Grant “Sustaining Urban Habitats: An Interdisciplinary Approach”. The ambitious aim of this programme is to transform our understanding of how sustainable cities can be. Our
2 Research Grants The Centre for Social Studies (CES) – Associate Laboratory – University of Coimbra (Portugal), opens a call for applications for 2 research grants for candidates with Master degree in the project “EXCHANGE – Forensic Geneticists and the Transnational Exchange of DNA data
Job Openings at EFF Designer The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a nonprofit civil liberties organization based in San Francisco, is seeking a full-time Designer. The Designer reports directly to the Art Director and will help create beautiful banner graphics, infographics, flyers, stickers, and brochure designs.
One-year fellowship, paid and full-time, to work on every aspect of the production of oral histories with African-American artists at BOMB Magazine beginning August 2015. This is an open, competitive position for recent graduates in art or art history who have shown great potential as
LIGHTING WORKSHOP Light & Shadow: Lighting Boot Camp is a 2-day, hands-on workshop for filmmakers who want to learn fast, practical and efficient lighting techniques with small crew, less time, and little equipment without sacrificing quality.When: JULY 11-12 (Sat & Sun) 11am – 3pm Fee: $425 Includes Studio and
Faculty Member, Peter Asaro receivied a grant to work on issues of liability in increasingly autonomous AI and robots, for his project: “Regulating Autonomous Artificial Agents: A Systematic Approach to Developing AI & Robot Policy” Here is the original grant announcement: http://futureoflife.org/grants/large/initial The money for