Christiane Paul participates in a panel accompanying Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s and Chelsea Manning’s exhibition “A Becoming Resemblance” at Friedman Gallery, NYC, on 9/5 and in the Symposium “Beyond Grammatron: 20 Years Into the Future” at the British Computer Society, London, on 9/15. For more information click the links!
Sign up for the New School Community Orchestra: If you’re interested in joining the Community Orchestra for the 2017/18 season, please take a moment to register using the links and instructions below by Wednesday, August 30. Alumni, NYC Community Members, Faculty, Staff, and Administration (non-credit only): Please visit the Open Campus
On Wednesday September 6th from 1pm-2:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop for students on Time Management, providing tools and strategies for planning and budgeting your time, avoiding procrastination, and feeling more in control of your work. This workshop will be held at 66 West 12th Street in
Doc Studies presents Jem Cohen’s WORLD WITHOUT END (NO REPORTED INCIDENTS) Doc Talk Screening + Q&A, SEPT 11, 1PM Monday, September 11 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue “Cohen likes to get at the essence of his subject without explaining his subject.”
Please join us Thursday, September 7th at 6:00pm for “The Performance of Blackness in Contemporary Brazil, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic” in the Martin E. Segal Theatre at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Join Abigail Lapin Dardashti, Fabiana Lopes, Dadland Maye, and Marcos Teixeira de Souza
SENS-UAW, the union of New School student academic workers, has just been officially certified, after winning a democratic vote of student workers by 99.6%! In the coming weeks, rank and file members of the union (any students working in academic or teaching positions) will get
JESÚS A film by Fernando Guzzoni ((Chile/France/Germany /Greece/Colombia, 2016, 85 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) Based on true events, Jesús follows eighteen-year-old Jesús, who is trapped in a dead-end cycle of drugs, sex, apathy, and an obsession with violence. Living in a small flat
Shannon Mattern writes about archival images, gives lecture at MIT Faculty member Shannon Mattern wrote a short essay on archival images for PROPS, a zine focused on image-based methods published by Yale and MIT. She’ll also be giving a talk, “Mapping’s Intelligent Agents,” at the MIT Department
Race in the United States Course Open to Students, Alum, Faculty and Staff Race in the United States. Led by the Milano School’s Michelle DePass, Darrick Hamilton, and Maya Wiley, this course brings together activists, scholars, experts, and thought leaders to examine such pressing issues
The last day to receive a 100% refund on a course AND the day waitlists will be removed is September 3rd at 11:59pm. To swap a 3 credit course for another equal credit course during the week of Sept 4th through Sept. 10th – you must email a written request
Opportunity for a smart, enthusiastic, organized student. For several years I have been working on a feature documentary that is now going into its last stages. I’m looking for a student who can help do research on individuals or groups that will have interest in
Seeking Gaffer with lighting experience for an upcoming feature film. This is a paid gig, with food and IMDB credit provided. Please send resume along with any reels to John at email@example.com. Thank you.
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We in Student Success have welcomed the first year students along with their parents and will continue to host programs to get our new students acclimated to The New School Community. Next Up, the 21st Annual Block Party! We have partnered with a few neighborhood businesses where
Arts and Food NYC, created as a Media management capstone by TNS Alumni Dayna Bloom is now hosting Influencer events around the city, partnering with brands and restaurants. Uupcoming events are being hosted at 5 Napkin Burger, Tommy Bahama and Timna. Arts and Food NYC is also
Program Assistant position available – Federal Work Study needed Fall 2017 The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) is looking for a Program Assistant to help with general office administration and the administration and planning of our Fall 2017/Spring 2018 program of events. TCDS Program Assistants should have administrative experience and strong computer skills; will be organized
A keystone program of the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI), the Venture Lab is designed to support graduate students and upper undergraduates (juniors and seniors) at The New School in developing financially sustainable ventures that address critical societal challenges and demonstrate the potential for scalable impact.
Faculty Member Mario Paoli Will be directing and performing an arrangement for phonograph, laptops+, nylon string guitar +, projected visuals+, and live analog and digital processing… with the Signal-To-Noise Ensemble in Trenton, NJ. With very special guests: Karl Fury: nylon string guitar and Jim Tuite:
The 2017 Season Finale Event (Fall Series) arrives on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at KATRA! Join them for 14 riveting new works from around the world including Austria and France. They have an astounding selection from diverse filmmakers that is sure to leave you breathless. NARRAGANSETT is sponsoring
If you’re trying to fund a documentary or video journalism project, you’ll want to watch out for these approaching deadlines. From fellowships to grants, these funds are a great way to begin or produce a non-fiction film whether you’re a freelancer or news organization. For
MA Media Studies Alumni Diana Khong participated in the creation of an exhibition in Saint Petersburg, Russia
On our celebratory boat ride after wrapping up 10 days of work with 7 museums in Saint Petersburg, Russia for “Fact & Fiction”, the 2017 Contemporary Art in Traditional Museums exhibition. The team from America is Fan Chen, Diana Khong, Tessi Öhrvall, Jess Richmond and
About Rachel Frank uses sculpture, video, and performance to explore the tensions between the natural world and the human-made, the animal and the political, and the past and the present. Themes of environmentalism and social justice are examined through narratives focused on memory, natural history,
Thursdays with Kathleen McDermott Kathleen McDermott combines craft and sculpture techniques with open-source electronic experiments to build video-based narratives of a strange future. While at MAD, McDermott will explore the relationship between robots and protest. About Kathleen McDermott combines craft and sculpture techniques with open-source
About the Exhibition Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound is a multi-component exhibition featuring interactive installations, immersive environments, and performing objects that explore how the ephemeral and abstract nature of sound is made material. At a time when so much visual information is being dispatched,
This competition provides emerging directors of Asian and/or Pacific Islander descent the opportunity to showcase their work. Judged by a panel of HBO executives, industry leaders, and fellow APA filmmakers, the competition seeks to identify cinematic storytellers who offer unique perspectives of the Asian Pacific
We are delighted to announce The New School’s inaugural Venture Lab which is being launched as part of a broader university-wide Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI). The Venture Lab will support high potential student entrepreneurs who seek to develop and launch financially-sustainable ventures with the potential
Call for Submissions to the 2018 issue of Immediacy, a Media Studies online journal http://immediacy.newschool.edu Issue Topic: Regarding Borders Current thinking about borders has reached a dangerous crossroads. We seem to be trapped in habitual forms of reasoning and imagery in addressing this
We are pleased to announce to upcoming resume writing workshops. Bootcamp I: Friday 25th August Learn how to assess your talents and emphasize your accomplishments at the first of two workshops on writing the perfect resume. Register to attend on The Village Bootcamp II: Thursday
Wednesday 12 – 1:50pm (CRN 3514) or Thursday 12 – 1:50pm (CRN 1248) In this free, equivalency-credit course, students who are not native speakers of English improve their academic writing by composing and revising several short essays on topics related to their field of study. We discuss the vocabulary and organizational strategies
UN NGO LOOKING FOR MEDIA/VIDEO INTERN ASAP Unique opportunity: NGO accredited at the United Nations seeking undergraduate or graduate student with editing — and assistant production/creative — skills to work on editing videos about issues related to international affairs, global issues, usually with a psychological