Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA) is looking to work with a New School student who can serve as a videographer for multiple events per each semester. The student would need to provide the equipment and would work with the university’s AV staff on set
Kevin Allen’s film Bridge just won first prize in the experimental category (Stellar Prize) at the Black Maria Film Festival. Bridge is a study of three similar but distinct microcultures: the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge and Williamsburg Bridge. Interrogated through the use of contact microphones,
As you’ve probably heard, this years IDC (Interactive Design and Children) event will be held here in New York, co-sponsored by The New School and Sesame Workshop. Nitin Sawhney has been working tirelessly to put this event together, and you can read more at the
Keep Your Electric Eye On Me, by Shaun Irons and The New School’s Lauren Petty, is a multi-media performance work showing at HERE Arts Center. It will be showing January 31 and February 1 at 8:30 – the show is FREE for students with student ID.
Shannon Mattern’s research on Paju Bookcity outside of Seoul, South Korea, was published in Places, a forum of design for the public realm. The research for this project was supported by The New School‘s Faculty Development Fund and the Korea Foundation. Read more, and see many
The Student Services Announcements site has been updated with upcoming events and announcements. You can view it at: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/ss-announcements
The New School for Public Engagement needs a student with WordPress and HTML/CSS experience to help create a divisional blog. Please contact email@example.com with the subject line ‘NSPE Division Blog’ if you are interested in learning more.
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
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
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
High Tech, Low Life, a film produced by School of Media Studies Alum Trinidad Rodriguez (Doc Studies 2008) just finished up a run at IFC Center in New York. Congratulations Trinidad!
INTERNSHIP AVAILABLE: Looking for a social media intern for The Writer’s Improv Studio for Spring 2013. Christina Kallas, a professor at the New School, is looking for an intern for her latest project, 42 Seconds of Happiness. School credit is available. Preferred hours are between 10-15/week,
Louise Blouin Media’s video department is looking for a talented and passionate intern to join our team this spring. You will get the opportunity to go out in the field and work on video interview with some of the most well-known names in the world
No-budget feature film (comedy) in post-production needs three interns for Spring 2013. Three interns with interest/experience in production, assist editing and marketing. 12-16 hours per week. Prefer for credit. Days/times will vary (one weekend day, one week day). Must be able to commit to entire
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
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.
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is pleased to announce the 2012 Morris and Roslyn Fierberg Student Film Award recipients. First Place is awarded to Sarah Rosen, a 2012 graduate of Yale University, for her charming fantasy short feature Food of Love. The film follows Iris, a shy
Our City, My Story APPLY HERE | DEADLINE FEBRUARY 8, 2013 An annual celebration of excellence in New York City youth-made media that gives student-made work an audience during the Tribeca Film Festival. Our City, My Story aims to highlight and bring attention to the
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
IFP’s Holiday Membership Deal – See 35+ of the Year’s Best Films for Only $80! Through January 20th, use discount code SPRT13 at www.ifp.org to get 20% off a one-year Individual Membership to the Independent Filmmaker Project, the nation’s oldest and largest community of independent storytellers. Coming
Hannah Fidell’s (MA 2012) film A Teacher has been selected in the Sundance 2013 category NEXT. NEXT features “Pure, bold works distinguished by an innovative, forward-thinking approach to storytelling. Digital technology paired with unfettered creativity proves the films selected in this section will inform a “greater”
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
Christiane Paul’s article Locative Media and the Shifting Ground of Context Awareness was published in Throughout — Art and Culture Emerging with Ubiquitous Computing edited by Ulrik Ekman. You can take a look inside at the table of contents and more. Christiane is also busy
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
Kevin Allen has received the NYC Film and Video Grant from the Jerome Foundation for his upcoming film Real West. Real West is a film that focuses on two roadside ghost towns in South Dakota. The past is conjured through material and cultural artifacts, from
Elizabeth Ellsworth’s and Jamie Kruse’s co-edited book, Making the Geologic Now: Responses to Material Conditions of Contemporary Life, published by Punctum Books, is being launched tonight at Columbia University’s Studio X NYC. From the launch invite: In the spirit of a broadside, this edited collection circulates
Anne Balsamo presented a keynote address called Public Interactives and the Architecture of Intimacy at the Future Culture Conference – a joint meeting of the Nordic Digital Excellence in Museums (NODEM), Museums and the Web Asia, and Intangible Digital Heritage Asia–held in Hong Kong December
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
The FINE CUTS deadline has been extended to December 7. Please submit works to the Media Studies office at 2W 13th St Room 1216. FINE CUTS 2012 Friday, December 14, 2012 7:00 p.m. Tishman Auditorium Fine Cuts is a semiannual screening series that features a