PRATT UPLOAD “PATTERNS OF THE MIND” DEPARTMENT OF DIGITAL ARTS 2016 FESTIVAL PARTNERING WITH ANNA FRANTS AND CYLAND MEDIA LAB PRATT UPLOAD 2016 and PATTERNS OF THE MIND invites artists to examine our digital reality, in its multifarious forms. The relationship between screen-based media and
Media Studies graduate student, Nelesi Rodriguez was awarded a 2014-2015 Art Collection Writing award from The Vera List Center for Arts and Politics at The New School. She received first prize for “Creative Response”. To view the winning announcement, click here.
The NYC LARC Access Taskforce is a collaboration of more than 50 reproductive health leaders that aims to ensure everyone has equal access to a full range of contraceptive methods, including long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) such as the IUD and implant. The task force recently
DuSable Productions, a film production company are launching a nationwide screenwriting competition, geared towards finding writers from diverse backgrounds to pen our next film project. They’re accepting applications until March 25th and, in addition to working on the film with them, the winning writer will get a
Summary SMS Care is a pilot project utilizing SMS mobile infrastructure to educate, identify, and manage club foot patients through a care cycle. SMS Care was a recent winner of the 2016 D-Prize and is slated to run a pilot in Niger beginning in
The New Picaresque: Excavating Narrative Forms After the End of Globalization, 1997-2050” with Norman Klein
Understanding Media Studies: “The New Picaresque: Excavating Narrative Forms After the End of Globalization, 1997-2050” with Norman Klein Monday, February 8, 2016 6:00PM, Kellen Auditorium 66 5th Avenue Media Studies presents a talk with Norman Klein, critic, media historian, noevlist and professor at California Institute
Senior Psychologist working on an international project seeks a research assistant for work with writing and maintaining content on social media pages, creating a presence on Google and other social media sites, maintaining content on professional website, and creating/sending email flyers to promote website and
Media Studies student, Daryl Meador will be featured in the Neil Postman Conference at NYU on February 12. Click here for details on her presentation.
Engage Media Lab: Spring Launch Meeting Friday, Jan 29th, 12:30pm Social Justice Hub, University Center The Engage Media Lab (EML) at The New School promotes civic engagement through participatory media projects. EML is a collaborative group of graduate students and faculty. They are having their
Media Studies Professor, Tim Sutton has been making waves in the press for his debut at Sundance for his latest work, (2016), a film where the the lives of six strangers intersect at a suburban Cineplex where a massacre occurs. Check out the reviews below.
The New School Marketing and Communication Department seeks Student Public Relations Assistant The Marketing and Communication Department’s main mission is to create messages in all media forms that build awareness and engagement with the university’s diverse offerings among prospective and current students, the New School
Surveillance Inc. Parsons School of Design PSAM 5782 A 6490 Course Description Digital networks provision for immense, unprecedented connectivity. This hyper connectedness enables both unlimited communication and ubiquitous monitoring. As whistleblowers leak details about international surveillance infrastructures and the considerable overlaps with commercial platforms, Internet
THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED. Student Film Production Certificate Advisor The Film Production Certificate in the Department of Media Studies and Film consists of eight approved courses, which guide the student through the contemporary art and craft of film production, using traditional 16mm film and
The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for Summer 2016 teaching positions. We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support. Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn
We are pleased to announce the Final Deadline for submitting films to NFFTY 2016 has been extended from January 30 to February 7 – 11:59pm PST. Submissions will officially close afterwards. We hope this gives your students a little extra time to put the finishing touches on their films
The 2016 New Challenge application deadline is February 4 at 5 pm. As many of you know, New Challenge is a university-wide social innovation competition for students who are committed to implementing ideas that address social and environmental challenges on a local or global scale.
TNS student was featured on the website of the World Economic Forum, which is currently going on in Davos Switzerland. http://www.weforum.org/events/world-economic-forum-annual-meeting-2016/sessions/what-if-robots-go-to-war (the video is near the end of the article) Kamille Rodriguez (www.KamilleRodriguez.com) was a Parsons MFA student, who made this short video animation as
There are still 4 spots open in the course Cynthia Lawson (Parsons) and Fabiola Berdiel (Milano) are co-teaching this spring. It has been taught since 2008 (under a different title, “Designing Collaborative Development”) and always has a wonderful mix of Parsons, Milano, Lang, Media Studies,
The IFP combines pre-departure preparation, in-country seminars, summer fieldwork, & independent research with faculty supervision. We are still accepting applications for the following sites: Argentina Colombia Ethiopia Please Note: Cuba, South Africa, and Turkey are unable to receive any new applicants. Apply online to the 2016 IFP! Deadline Extended to Wednesday,
Stranger Than Fiction is a weekly documentary film series hosted by Thom Powers and Raphaela Neihausen and presented by IFC Center! Each screening features a conversation with the filmmaker or other special guests, followed by a gathering at a nearby bar. The winter slate opens
GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP: COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING (PAID) Communications fellowship overview: The fellow will work for the Communications and Marketing Department under the supervision of the director. Among other duties, the fellow will: Tailor press releases and pitch stories to specialized media outlets and beat reporters
Media Studies Professor, Joel Schlemowitz has been awarded a post-production grant from New York State Council of the Arts through a sponsorship from the Film-Makers’ Cooperative (New American Cinema Group Inc) for his latest film project, “Downtown Sound,” a film about avant-garde music in New York
Student Assistant needed for RUFF CUTS RUFF CUTS sessions are opportunities for New School students to exhibit and discuss their media works while they are still in progress. RUFF CUTS is looking to hire a student assistant for the Spring 2016 semester. Responsibilities Distribute RUFF CUTS posters
PBS’s AMERICAN EXPERIENCE and RANDOM HOUSE invites you to the premiere screening of Murder of a President ABOUT THE FILM Murder of a President follows the story of James A. Garfield, one of the most extraordinary men ever elected president, his shooting by a deluded
Communications Intern IAVA is a nationally recognized authority on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the broad range of issues impacting U.S. troops, veterans and their families. Through digital and traditional media, the Communications team works to raise critical awareness about veterans issues, hold
The Cinema Project Workshop course is now in its 4th year and has produced 15 short films involving over 100+ MFA Drama and MA Media Studies students. The films are short narrative films written by the 3rd MFA Drama Playwrights, directed by 3rd MFA Drama
From http://iamcr.org/ucf-iamcr-research-grant/2016 Applications are now being received for the 2016 *Urban Communication Research Grant*. The grant is offered by the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) and the Urban Communication Foundation (UCF). It is worth EURO 1,500 and supports communication and media research
Mark your calendars–submit your work. The festival is on May 15th this year. It is held every year at Parsons and I would love to see some New School/Parsons work in the finalists! All animation forms are eligible. CALL FOR ENTRIES Best in show ‘Peggy’
Looking for New School students to work pro bono on a documentary project with GreenThumb. GreenThumb is a department of NYC Parks Department which provides programming and material support to over 600 community gardens and more than 20,000 garden members in New York City. GreenThumb
Inspired by the engineering, intricate choreography, and impromptu interactions of your daily commute? Wish there was an open mic night for historians and urbanists? A show-and-tell for your creative musings on mass transit? Us, too. That’s why we are excited to announce our third open