DCTV is currently accepting applications for our Internship Program, and we invite your students to apply for a position to start in mid-January 2019. There are four departments looking for competitive candidates interested in film/video production, video technician/IT, media education, and non-profit arts administration/communications career
The Public Programs Department at the American Museum of Natural History is seeking interns for the Winter-Spring 2019 season! And new this year—we are seeking a Design Intern to assist with designing promotional and marketing materials for Public Program events! Please find the full postings attached
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The Nickelodeon Writing Program offers emerging television writers from around the world a paid opportunity to develop their craft and launch careers. While in the Program, writers hone their skills, build a professional network and gain real-world experience in writers’ rooms for our critically acclaimed
GIDEST Seminar Andrea Geyer ON DANCE FUTURES AND GHOST GESTURES Friday, December 7, 12-1:30 PM GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join GIDEST on Friday, December 7, for a discussion with multi-disciplinary artist Andrea Geyer of her project, “On Dance Futures and Ghost Gestures.” Seminar
Join MONO XI as they celebrate over 50 international artists who will be here in person to present five nights of pulsing cinema art. FREE TO ATTTEND! DECEMBER 5-6-7-8-9th! FIVE NIGHTS OF CINEMA AT FOUR LOCATIONS -WED DEC 5TH @ JUDSON MEMORIAL CHURCH Super 8 Movements curated by Brighid Greene
DECEMBER EVENTS Cradle to Grave Economic Security: Key Issues, Bold Options Tuesday, December 4, 6:00-7:30pm The Auditorium at 66 W. 12th Street A panel discussion featuring Darrick Hamilton (The New School), Jordyn Holman (Bloomberg News), Chris Hughes (The Economic Security Project), and Lynn Parramore (Institute for New Economic Thinking). The panel will address the “big
GET STARTED Squarespace has partnered with the New York Knicks to give a grant of $30,000 to four local* entrepreneurs who embody NYC’s spirit of hustle and grind. In addition to being named an official entrepreneur of the New York Knicks, each winner will receive one-on-one
Final Application Deadline: December 14, 2018 Don’t miss your chance to apply for the 2019 International Field Program! Apply to the IFP Now
‘Tis the Season for Gratitude, Resilience & Experience: Attend a Curated Experience with the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence and the Commission on Gender Equity
How to show gratitude, support & love not just on Thanksgiving but all year long… For the past 5 seasons they’ve had the opportunity to volunteer and share holiday cheer with families in the NYC shelter system thanks to Dare2B. If you’re feeling festive, don’t
Eugene Thacker, SMS Faculty, discusses the historical trajectory of pessimism, getting in touch with the shimmering failure of our meaningless existence, and why we keep teaching despite it all in a conversation with Meredith Graves in the Creative Independent.
NYU Hosts: Diverging Underground – The Experimental Films of José Rodríguez Soltero and Jaime Barrios in 1968 Lecture
November 29 6:30PM-9PM Diverging Underground: The Experimental Films of José Rodríguez Soltero and Jaime Barrios in 1968 The second public lecture by Fall 2018 Andrés Bello Chair Professor Julio Ramos Read more
INDOCUMENTALES En el séptimo día/On the Seventh Day The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University (CLACS), Cinema Tropical, and the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations / What Moves You?, are proud to present the latest edition of INDOCUMENTALES
Latin America’s 1968 on Film – Dialogue with Ché & Homage to Nicanor Parra As part of the Latin America’s 1968 Colloquium series, New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), Department of Spanish and Portuguese, are proud to present a the
Can works of art create social space through the communities they implicate? Convergence explores this possibility through art works that address race, gender, class and nationality, composed in dialogue, unison and dissonance within the exhibition space. Inspired by Homi Bhabha, who proposes “convergence” as “different
Join BSU, La Xente, and Free The New School as we collaborate to bring you a screening of Invisible Roots, the first documentary about Afro-Mexicans in Southern California exploring the complex issues of racial, national and cultural identities. We will be watching the film and
Filmatique’s Opera Prima Italiana II Series continues with Il Cratere, Luca Bellino & Silvia Luzi’s portrait of a young Neopolitan girl’s impossible dreams of freedom. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required.
Dear Students, The application for The School of Media Studies’ Spring 2019 Spring Assistantships is now available. In order to be eligible for an assistantship with the School of Media Studies at The New School, students must meet all the following eligibility requirements in the semester for which they would like to apply: 1. Must
Entering a wonderful time–a time to share and give thanks, we would like to thank you for all your support during this time and give you a special present during Thanksgiving 2018. Several international festivals are giving special discounts, between 35%-45%, valid for five days,
Position Summary Reporting to the Digital Content Director, the Motion Graphics Editor is a jack-of-all-trades in developing and producing digital content in all of its audio-visual forms for an intellectually and artistically curious audience. The position works closely with the social media and web teams
Tim Marshall, Provost Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate outstanding teachers for the Distinguished Teaching Award and for the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Justice Teaching. The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes faculty across the university for excellence in teaching. The New School particularly values
How We Labor: Building a New Social Contract for Jobs and Working People Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at 6 PM to 8 PM The Auditorium, Room A106, Alvin Johnson/ J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011 Should we have a public
In the spring semester, the MA TESOL program will offer English in the World and Language and Social Justice, both classes of interest to a diversity of undergraduate and graduate students. The classes are also on Open Campus.
New School EVENT: Settler-Colonialism, Immigration, and White Nationalism: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (Location Change)
Please note: the room has been changed to Tishman Auditorium in the University Center. Check-in begins at 5:30 pm. Must have I.D. upon check-in. RSVP here – tickets are going fast! Next Monday, November 26th from 6-8 pm. *Live stream information*: Can’t make the Global Studies Annual Lecture? Visit the Zolberg Institute on
We invite you to a Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment Event. Cradle to Grave Economic Security: Key Issues, Bold Options On December 4th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm. The meeting will be held in the Auditorium in our 66 W 12th street Building. A panel
Following an incredibly successful festival run, Alfonso Cuarón‘s Roma is hitting big screens right on time for family, friends, and Thanksgiving break. A glorious cinematic feast that Cuarón himself considers his “most essential film,” Roma is kicking off its limited theatrical release this Wednesday at the IFC Center and The Landmark at 57 West. Mexico’s Oscar submission
Dear friends of Creatively Speaking, Please join us for series of features and short films presented at Metrograph Double Exposure:Portraits And Parallels From Across The Diaspora. See details below. All best, Michelle and Creatively Speaking Team