Refuge Anthropology Graduate Student Conference on April 30th, 2016 Call for papers OPEN until MARCH 1st Description Why is the concept of Refuge still relevant to our times? Can we not build enough space for the homeless? From smart cities built from the ground up,
The Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities at Bard College is looking for a leadership-oriented and dependable Part-Time Media Coordinator (20 to 25 Hours/Week) who can lead the expansion of the Center’s public impact and media presence, both online and in print. We seek
Social Media Guru and Office Assistant (Part-Time) at SoHoSoleil, locations company for corporate meetings, photo shoots, and video shoots. Job Description: They are looking for an intelligent, upbeat, and highly organized person to work as their social media guru and office assistant. Their exclusive SoHo lofts are
APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN! DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MARCH 12, 2016. Send submissions to email@example.com, with “Fine Cuts Submission” in the subject line.
The Business of Music: How can ‘free’ work for me? Wednesday, February 17th, 6:30-8:30 Theresa Lang Center, Mezzanine Level 55 West 13th St, New York How did U2 make money from giving away an album? How could a band, string quartet, or small orchestra use
Center for International Disaster Information (USAID CIDI) is challenging American college students to create a video or print PSA that will raise awareness and rally support around the “Cash is Best” message. PSAid: Public Service Announcements for International Disasters is an annual competition sponsored by
Students can save $10 off film and screenplay entries by submitting directly through www.austinfilmfestival.com or FilmFreeway (film submissions only) and using the promo code AFFSTUD10. For further information about these discounts including student rates to attend the Conference, please click here. For more information about
School of Media Studies invites you to a Doc Talk with Jill Godmilow, producer and director of non-fiction. Godmilow will provide a lecture on post-realism in non-fiction film and screen a selection of short films. Monday, February 29, 2016 at 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm