Screenwriting faculty member, Greg DePaul will be launching his book Bring the Funny on Thursday, Oct 27 at 6 PM at the NYU Bookstore at726 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 He has invited 4-time Emmy-winning TV producer/writer Joe Toplyn (Late Night, The Tonight Show, Monk) to talk about
Media Studies faculty member, Mort Scharfman has established a new production company under which he has written and directed and co-produced a pilot episode of a sitcom with integrated brands and product placement being considered by cable channels and optioned by one, and also soon to
Media Studies Student Council will be hosting the first ever Media Studies Mobile Film Festival. New School students will shoot a 5 minutes (or less) film on their mobile device and screen it on December 2, 2016 in the Kellen Auditorium (66 5th Avenue). A
TRIPLE PLAY: Three films on Kashmir Film Screening and Panel Discussion on Kashmir Award-winning filmmaker and New School alumna Sarah Singh Panel – Mohamed Junaid and Prof. Nitin Sawhney in conversation with Sarah Singh Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 5:45pm-7pm | Theresa Lang Community Center
Media Studies Professor, Kathy Brew helped organize a screening event for visual artist, Marshall Reese and Antoni Muntadas at the SVA Theatre. For 32 years, artists Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese have been compiling a history of presidential campaign spots following the evolution of political advertising
Facebook Live Faculty Interview Series! Up next is Media Management Professor, Peter Harotonik. Check out facebook.com/SchoolofMediaStudies.
On Tuesday, October 25th at 5pm, the University Learning Center is offering our “Start Strong, End With A Bang” workshop. This workshop will focus on writing introductions and conclusions to help grab the reader’s attention and leave them with a lasting impression. This event will be held at 6 East 16th
OCT. 20: INTERSECTION | PROSPECT HEIGHTS: DIALOGUE IN THE SUPERMARKET How do we talk about, argue about, and even laugh and cry about gentrification? In this session, urbanist and artist Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani will discuss her most recent public art and dialogue project in Brooklyn, Intersection |
Benji de la Piedra presents, “‘That Something Else’ Botkin, Portelli and Ellison on Democratic Pluralism and the Dialogical Encounter,”
As OHMA’s first recipient of the Jeffrey H. Brodsky Oral History Thesis Prize, Benji de la Piedra (2014) will be presenting an interdisciplinary lecture, co-sponsored by Columbia’s Center for American Studies and Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability, where he is a fellow this fall.