May Events Upcoming events this May highlight critical and creative work exploring: the visibility of research in exhibition-making institutions; habitation in a period of climatic upheaval; Victorian ecological discourse and ecocriticism; the legendary CUNY teacher, activist, and poet June Jordan’s life, work, and legacy; PSC-CUNY members
Wizard World (www.wizardworld.com), a top-tier purveyor of fan conventions across North America has invited you to come pitch your movie idea in Philadelphia They’ve teamed up with Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc. to look for the next great film idea in our Wizard World Philadelphia PitchFest at our Wizard World Philadelphia
Please join us for a screening of the film TURUP (checkmate), a collectively directed feature-length fiction film that deals with gender, caste and religious fundamentalism in India. The film has shown at many festivals in India and abroad and been critically acclaimed. One of the directors,
We have some exciting news — we’re making a movie! But only with your help. Socialism: An American Story will be a feature-length documentary about the resurgence of socialism in the United States, its vibrant and suppressed history, and why it might be our best hope of
SMS Alumna Samin Pogoff encourages current studies to apply for this residency: Meerkat Media is looking for new members in residence to join our collective. The work and resources of the collective are primarily focused on video production, but artists in other media who are
Gun Reform in Black & White: Student Activism and #NeverAgain brings together white student activists from Parkland, Florida and Black student activists from Chicago and New York to share their experiences with gun violence, activism and organizing for gun reform laws and safe communities. Participants include Amel
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As part of the New School Mental Health Task Force work, our work with the JED Foundation Campus Program, and our COPES program, our resident expert on suicide and assistant director at Counseling Services, Vanessa McGann, PhD, is providing a free SafeTalk training for the
SMS student Macha Rose was a featured director on Bronxnet. She did a live TV interview about her work and advice for young directors. The video can be found here: https://www.bronxnet.org/watch/videos/4874/
THE ABSENT STONE A film by Sandra Rozental & Jesse Lerner (La piedra ausente, Mexico/USA, 82 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) New York Premiere! Q&A with co-director Sandra Rozental In 1964, the largest carved stone of the Americas was moved from the town of San Miguel Coatlinchan
Dear Filmmakers, This is the Final Chance to enter the International Film Festival for Environment, Health, and Culture, a prestigious themetic film festival in the Asia Pacific. Use this code LASTENTRYEHC in FilmFreeway to enter this Festival. This is the only way to enter IFFEHC as all
Attention SPE Students/ Alumni: As a reminder, The Fulbright 2019/2020 competition cycle is now open.. You can find the recording to the webinar for SPE students by clicking here. If you wish to meet with Vanessa Reich about Fulbright, please review the webinar and the Fulbright website before the meeting. The
SCREENING: ACTIVATE AND CELEBRATE MAYDAY 2018 TUESDAY MAY 1, 2018 7:30PM in Brooklyn http://www.SpectacleTheater.com/MAYDAY-1971-RAW or on the web anytime www.vimeo.com/ondemand/MAYDAY1971RAW trailer: https://vimeo.com/266328873 https://www.facebook.com/events/360139651143473/
Join Columbia University for an intensive day of workshops with OHMA faculty and alumni! The second round of ONE-DAY ORAL HISTORY TRAINING WORKSHOPS are on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: Columbia University (Knox Hall) Registration: $25 – 100 per workshop, sliding scale For their oral history workshops, please pay what
Faculty Member Sumita Chakravarty to receive The New School 2018 Distinguished University Teaching Awards
Faculty Member Sumita Chakravarty is one of the recipients of The New School 2018 Distinguished University Teaching Awards. This honor will be bestowed on her at Commencement on May 18, 2018.
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2018 Antonio Cirino Memorial Award is open to graduate student in arts education or in the arts with the purpose to teach. Award Amount: $2,000 to $12,000 Deadline: April 27, 2018 Applicants can get more information through the given link: Antonio Cirino Memorial Award
Faculty member Shannon Mattern recently served on the opening roundtable at the “Supply and Command: Encoding Logistics, Labor, and the Mediation of Making” symposium at NYU. Shannon was also invited to speak about the history of product sound design (from the chug of our washing machines,
Media Studies alum Ben Mendelsohn, who graduated in 2011, recently successfully defended his dissertation in the Department of Media, Culture and Communication at NYU. Ben was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship in the environmental humanities at the University of Pennsylvania.
World Film Awards is now only accepting submission with waiver code. Don’t miss your opportunity to soar your film at our prestigious festival. Enter this code: ENTERWFA2018 This code is valid only until April 24, 2018 World Film Awards greets all independent filmmakers, travelers, history lovers, adventurers, and
The Civic Art Lab 2018 has moved to this coming Fall. Our fourth iteration of the lab has moved to October 12-14th, 2018. Please fill out this form to apply. Call for submissions is open between now and June 1st, 2018. You’ll receive a notification of acceptance in June
GIDEST Presents Okwui Okpokwasili: “The Unruly Body: Perfomance Energetic Transmission, and Becoming Undone”
GIDEST Seminar Okwui Okpokwasili THE UNRULY BODY: PERFORMANCE, ENERGETIC TRANSMISSION, AND BECOMING UNDONE Friday, April 27, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue Please note: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63
GIDEST Seminar N. K. Jemisin SENTIENT ROCK PEOPLE, SOCIAL REALISM, AND YOU Friday, April 20, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue Please note: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue.
This is the First Call to International Film Competition Festival. Grab the opportunity to submit the lowest submission fee. International Film Competition Festival (IFCOMFEST) is established to accommodate filmmakers’ desires for proper acknowledgment according to their achievements and qualities of their films. International Film Competition
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On Thursday April 26th from 2pm-3:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering their last workshop of the semester: Citing 101. This workshop will provide a guide through the three main citation styles (Chicago, MLA, and APA). They will demonstrate how to cite quotes and paraphrases within a paper, as well as
Faculty member Shannon Mattern published a new article on data-driven medicine and urban design — on the bioengineering of bodies and cities — in Places Journal. She was also interviewed about her work for the design podcast Scratching the Surface.
The German State of Bavaria’s US Office for Economic Development is seeking a talented film student to stream and record a 2-hour webinar on May 9, 2018 at our office in NYC (Midtown). The videographer should bring, set up, and operate the equipment to stream and record
Natalia Almada’s “Everything Else”, Starring Oscar nominated Adriana Barraza, Opens Friday, May 4 at Cinema Village
One of the best films of the year —Amy Taubin, Artforum “Adriana Barraza gives a masterful performance.” —Eric Kohn, IndieWire “Spellbinding… The film is as sublime as it is subtle.” —Gary Kramer, Film International EVERYTHING ELSE A film by Natalia Almada (Todo lo demás, Mexico/USA, 98 min. In Spanish