Join the Schools of Public Engagement for their last GLUE Brownbag of the semester! TODAY, Tuesday 12/11 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM 66 W. 12th St, Room 609 …with Gabriel Vignoli: “A History of Pork: Notes from the Special Period.”
As a thank you for your dedication to the next generation of women writers and leaders—and for being that next generation—Girls Write Now would like to offer you complimentary tickets to a screening of The Hate U Give, a film which resonates deeply with our community. Please enjoy this screening thanks to the vision of
About the Studentship The Alan Turing Institute offers the opportunity to motivated graduate students to receive full funding to undertake a PhD at the University of Exeter. The Turing doctoral studentship scheme combines the strengths and expertise of world-class universities with the Turing’s unique position
This week there is a screening of Jorge Sanjinés‘ award-winning Bolivian gem The Secret Nation. The film, which won the Golden Seashell for Best Film at the 1989 San Sebastián International Film Festival, plays this Friday at the Bard Graduate Center. Now playing at the IFC Center is Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva‘s critical race
NYU’s Latinx Project invites papers for their upcoming conference Digitizing Race, Making Latinxs in the 21st Century from advanced graduate students, faculty and independent scholars and writers who explore these issues widely. Topics may include, but are not limited to: -The intersections between Latinxs, race, and new media and
The Tel Aviv International Student Film Festival is delighted to open the CALL FOR ENTRIES for the 2019 edition of the festival, taking place this year on June 16th – 22nd in Cinematheque Tel Aviv. New School students are encouraged to submit student films to the following programs: The International Competition: Short Fiction, Documentary,
’15 Rising: Adirley Queirós’ Saturday, December 8 Museum of the Moving Image As part of Reverse Shot 15: Filmmakers on the Rise, an anniversary symposium that pays tribute to exciting new filmmakers who are just emerging on the international scene, Museum of the Moving Image presents
December Events This December, the Center for the Humanities is proud to present these exciting events and collaborations: a reading and conversation on radical writing, feminism and black futures with visionary writers and poets Saidiya Hartman, Erica Hunt, Dawn Lundy Martin and Claudia Rankine; a “Listening Party”
Flamenca Films is looking for an editor to work ASAP on a travel documentary that includes music and dance performances in Spain. This is a great opportunity to learn how to work creatively with a director on a documentary that has already been shot. To
RSVP for info sessions to learn about RLab’s inaugural startup Accelerator—Now Accepting applications for the spring cohort through December 15th. RLab is searching for the best early-stage augmented reality and virtual reality startups from every corner of the globe to join us at the new hub
Coca-Cola Regal Cinemas “Exchange” Short Film Casting a Coca-Cola Regal Film student filmmaker short. CocaCola Regal Cinemas provides opportunities for student filmmakers from partner university film schools to showcase their talent. Auditions/Callbacks held in Manhattan Dec 10, Dec 11, & Dec 12th. Seeking two female leads
Dear NSPE Students, We encourage you to vote in the University Student Senator election before votes are counted on Friday at 9:00 a.m. Thanks for your participation!
The following are two additional courses offered in the Spring 2019 at The New School for Social Research, please read below for more information: Tempest Tossed: Podcast Practicum CREATIVE PUBLISHING & CRITICAL JOURNALISM T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Professor & Director of the Zolberg Institute on Migration
The Ocasio-Cortez team is looking for people excited about serving the people of New York’s 14th congressional district and passionate about joining a mission-driven office that is pushing for the biggest and boldest ideas to create a prosperous America that works for all of us.
What’s New? Tomorrow, Thursday 6th of December, The Lot Radio presents: Ambient Showcase @ The Mission Daniel Aged (Inc. No World) Solo NY Debut) Debit (NAAFI) (Live ambient set) Tak (Cosmic Pipe Organ set) Location: San Damiano Mission 85 North 15th St, Brooklyn, NY 11222 Date: Dec 6th
A+E Networks: Multi-User AR & Geolocation Challenge ABOUT THE CHALLENGE Awarding $5,000 to teams of NYC-based students. Application Deadline: Friday, December 7, 2018 A+E Networks will partner with NYC Media Lab to explore two emerging areas in the AR development space: multi-user capabilities and geolocation.
December Events: Meditation Workshop: Unplug, slow down, and experience MAD in a whole new way on Friday, December 7 from 9 am to 10 am in a meditation workshop set alongside Anne Lindberg’s the eye’s level. The contemplative site-specific installation uses hundreds of thread lines pulled through
Book Panel December 6: An Investigative Cinema– Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film
An Investigative Cinema – Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film Please join us on Thursday December 6, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Columbia’s Heyman Center for the Humanities. On this occasion, Fabrizio Cilento (Messiah College) will present his book, published by Palgrave Macmillan in fall 2018 and titled An Investigative Cinema:
Now in its seventh year, Southern Exposure provides a positive and challenging learning experience to exceptional film students and emerging filmmakers from across the country seeking to explore and develop their own voices as environmental advocates through nonfiction storytelling. This innovative summer fellowship equips students with the skills,
Things to Note: Submission period is open Jan. 2nd – Jan. 31st, 2019. Spec scripts submitted must be based on a show from the ACCEPTED SHOWS LIST (list is on our website and social media pages). The Preschool Track is back for a second year!
Integrative PhD | Justin Farrell | Lecture and Workshop: “Blending Data Science with Qualitative Research ” | 4th December 6 PM|
Justin Farrell is a professor and author at Yale University. He studies environment, elites, rural inequality, and social movements using a mixture of methods from large-scale computational text analysis, qualitative & ethnographic fieldwork, network science, and machine learning. His research has been published by Princeton University
Join Gabriel Vignoli, PhD in his discussion of: “A History of pork: notes from the Special Period” Tuesday, December 11 1:00 – 2:00 PM 66 W. 12th Street 6th Floor, Room 609 RSVP to receive a copy of the paper
The Reflect America Fellowship will bring a tenacious journalist to NPR for 18 months to help our journalism look and sound like America by finding new, diverse sources. The fellowship is designed for an early- or mid-career journalist who wants to work and grow in
GIDEST Seminar Nora Krug BELONGING: A GERMAN RECKONS WITH HISTORY AND HOME Friday, December 14, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join us on Friday, December 14, for a discussion with illustrator Nora Krug of her graphic memoir, Belonging: A German Reckons with
Faculty member Shannon Mattern published a new article in The Atlantic. “A Map That Tracks Everything” examines new startups that aim to build blockchain-based cartographic systems that, they propose, would allow for myriad new “spatial verification” applications and perhaps even circumvent GPS.
The call for entries for the inaugural edition of Kalavati Film Festival is now open! Here’s a special code that you can use for 85% off your entry fee: KFF85 Submit your films here
December Special for Film Festivals in FilmFreeway Entering this holiday month, three international film festivals are giving a special discount. This is the last chance to submit to these Festivals, as they are wrapping very soon and will have their Opening Ceremony in January