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Daily Archives: February 23, 2017

Voiceover 2017: Call for Entries

Voiceover is our signature script-reading event, where screenplays written by students are brought to vivid life as select portions are read by professional actors before an audience. Submit your script by March 10th, 2017 for consideration for the event in May. Please click the link

Videographers Wanted

Calling Feminist Videographers and Allies–  The students, faculty and workers organizing committee for the upcoming International Women’s Strike are in search of a videographer (or two) who would be interested in capturing our first on-campus event, which will take place on February 28th from 6-8pm at the Auditorium at 66 West 12th St. The

Doc Talk: Screening and Q&A with Michael Almereyda ‘William Eggleston in the Real World’ (2005, 84 min)

  Documentary Studies presents WILLIAM EGGLESTON IN THE REAL WORLD (2005, 84 min) Doc Talk Screening and Q & A with filmmaker MICHAEL ALMEREYDA  Monday, February 27th, at 1 PM, Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue Michael Almereyda’s film portrait of William Eggleston, one of the world’s greatest living photographers, is a

Formalism and Its Discontents: an Interdisciplinary Conference

Please find the information below and attached poster for The Center for Cultural Analysis’ conference, Formalism and Its Discontents on 2/23 and 2/24: Alexander Library Teleconference Lecture Hall, 169 College Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, USA, February 23 – March 24, 2017 Formalism and Its Discontents An Interdisciplinary Conference Conference

SMS Lecture Series

The SMS Monday Night Lecture Series takes place in the University Center, 63 5th Ave, in room L104 (lower level) Mondays from 6 to 7:45pm. Please see the schedule of upcoming events below: March 6: Documentary and Difference GENEVIEVE YUE, Assistant Professor of Culture and Media, Eugene Lang College Genevieve

Shift Journal Call for Papers

Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture welcomes academic papers, exhibition and book reviews, translations of important texts into English, as well as other texts—of traditional or experimental format—addressing issues relevant to our visual and material world from current graduate students of any discipline. The