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Public Relations Intern at cutlog NY

Public Relations Intern at cutlog NY Term of Employment Immediate hire. January 2013 – May 2013 Commitment Minimum 15 hours per week. Hours to increase first two weeks in May and during art fair (May 9-12). Hours are highly flexible. Unpaid, college credit available. Position

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Job and Internship Opportunities at BRIC Arts

The following internships are available at BRIC: Television Production Intern Digital Content Intern Curatorial Intern, Contemporary Art Marketing and Events Intern, Contemporary Art Celebrate Brooklyn! Marketing Intern Television Journalism Graduate Intern BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn presents contemporary art, performing arts and community media

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The Imaginary App

Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky and Svitlana Matviyenko, editors of The Imaginary App, an anthology of art and scholarship on app-computing, invite artists and designers to submit entries for a traveling art exhibition and publication of selected works in our anthology. Our exhibition will

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Intern needed for upcoming PBS documentary

Reliable and focused Research Interns needed for an upcoming PBS documentary at award winning production company Ark Media. Ark Media is an independent documentary film production company located in Brooklyn, NY. Ark was founded by Barak Goodman and Rachel Dretzin. We produce historical, cultural and public affairs

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Call for Entries: Indie Fest

Indie Fest Film – Television – New Media Deadline: February 08, 2013 Entry Form Website  A showcase for cinematic gems and unique voices. The Indie Fest is an independent, top-tier international awards competition. We invite entries from filmmakers, television producers, videographers and new media creators.

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Critical Themes CFP Extended Deadline

The organizers of the School of Media Studies’ annual Critical Themes in Media Studies Graduate Student Conference announce an extended deadline for submissions and open invitation to Media Studies M.A. students to submit abstracts both for finished projects and works-in-progress to present at the upcoming conference taking place April 5

Jamie Kruse (MA 2005) – Making the Geologic Now

Elizabeth Ellsworth’s and Jamie Kruse’s (MA 2005) co-edited book, Making the Geologic Now: Responses to Material Conditions of Contemporary Life, was published by Punctum Books. Jamie and Elizabeth are also collaborators on Smudge Studio. Smudge Studio has been granted funding for a three year research and

Forms of Cinema, Sam Ishii-Gonzales

During Thanksgiving Break, Sam Ishii-Gonzales, Assistant Professor of Film, traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico to run a three-day workshop at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca on “Forms of Cinema.” The workshops explored the generative role played by form in the development of the medium

Media Places: Infrastructure – Space – Media

Shannon Mattern will be at Umea University with HUMLab this week participating in the symposium Media Places: Infrastructure – Space – Media. This symposium is one in a series of three organized by The Peter Wallenberg Foundation and the Universities of Umeå, Lund and Stanford. Read

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Spring 2013 Course – Global Exchange

Here’s a Spring 2013 course well suited for Media Studies students focusing on Media + The Urban Environment. Global Exchange W 15:50-18:30, E302 CRN 6994 Brian McGrath, Research Chair of Urban Design Parsons The New School for Design mcgrath@newschool.edu Read the full course description here

Review of MoMA’s 2011 exhibition, Talk to Me

Shannon Mattern’s review of MoMA’s 2011 exhibition, Talk to Me: Design and the Communication Between People and Objects was published in Volume 4, Issue 3 of Design & Culture. The published piece is available here. You can also read Shannon’s initial thoughts she posted last year

Anna Barsan (MA 2011) – Signified

Anna Barsan (MA 2011) is creator and director of SIGNIFIED, which has just launched it’s third season. SIGNIFIED, an LGBTQ bilingual multi-media documentary web series, is thrilled to announce its third season. Shot in Colombia, Argentina & Cuba, SIGNIFIED’s latest season is spotlighting LGBTQ artists, activists

World Film Locations: Mumbai

Helio SanMiguel’s edited book on the cinematic representation of Mumbai – World Film Locations: Mumbai – has been published by Intellect, distributed by the University of Chicago Press, and is now available for purchase. A few words from Helio about the book: Indian cinema is

Donya Ravasani (Doc Studies 2011) – American Imam

American Imam, the documentary directed by Doc Studies 2011 alum Donya Ravasani, will be featured in this year’s DOC NYC festival. Donya’s profile of an African American mosque leader, one of the most  prominent and controversial Islamic clerics in the US who leads a community in