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Virtual Events at The New School, April 2020

Let The New School keep you busy during this period of social distancing. Keep reading for virtual performances, readings, lectures, book launches, open mics, discussions, and more! For a full list of events:

Micro-Grants For Filmmakers and Photographers by MONO NO AWARE

Announcing the Film Care Package Initiative from MONO NO AWARE In an effort to remain actively supportive of the film community during shelter in place, cinema-arts non-profit MONO NO AWARE has launched a Film Care Package Initiative. This program mirrors our organization’s established in-person initiatives

Record Release Online Event

On April 17th at 8PM, the Comparing Domains of Improvisation, Gold Bolus Recordings, Sam Yulsman and Jessie Cox, will be holding a listening and Q&A session for the release of “Weaving Music.” Marc Hannaford will host the discussion, and guest artist Bethany Younge, and Cover artist Gabrielle DaCosta will also be a part of

What to Watch This Week on Cinema Tropical

We’re thrilled with the initial response to the launch of The Cinema Tropical Collection and Tropical on Demand. The influential newspaper The Guardian wrote a wonderful piece on our streaming platform calling it an “enticing new service” and hailing our inaugural slate as “a promising, provocative first batch of picks.” Click here to

Call for Papers: On Incarceration, Deadline 5/25

Call for Papers: On Incarceration Deadline: Monday, May 25, 2020 Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship invites submissions for issue 4.3, On Incarceration. Forms of incarceration including prisons, jails/gaols, detention centers, concentration camps, and gulags have long histories as forms of punishment, sources and sites of

Call for Papers: USC CAMS Graduate Conference

Conference CFP Theme: Passing Organization: First Forum, a Cinema and Media Studies Graduate Conference at University of Southern California Conference Dates: October 23-24, 2020 Submission Deadline: Please email an abstract of no more than 300 words for a 15 to 20 minute presentation and a

4/8 Webinar: Artists, Power, & Place

PANEL DISCUSSION: ARTISTS, POWER & PLACE Wednesday, April 8th – 6pm-7:30pm RSVP here by April 7th to receive the webinar link for the event or to request information. If you have any questions about this graduate minor you may email

SMS Faculty Member, David Lieberman, Publishes Article, “Can ‘Public Podcasting’ Maintain its Lead?”

School of Media Studies Faculty Member, David Lieberman, along with American University professor, Patricia Aufderheide, had an article recently published on Current, a publication that covers podcasting. The article, “Can ‘Public Podcasting’ Maintain its Lead?” was based on a previous article featured in the International Journal