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Center for Communication: Meet Host and Producer Victoria Leandra

Office Hours with Victoria Leandra Victoria Leandra is a New York City-based journalist and award-winning producer. She has covered domestic and international stories, from breaking news and politics to music and entertainment. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, she’s a fluent English and Spanish speaker

Free Programming! Check out Girls Write Now: Summer Edition

Check out Girls Write Now: Summer Edition! It’s a season full of new and exciting curriculum and events! With many camps, programs, and internships canceled, the next few months are a crucial period, and our expanded virtual programming helps fill the gap. We’re committed to creating a summer

Join NYWIFT for their Upcoming Events

NYWIFT Talks with Scott Budnick, April Grayson & Donna Hylton In this NYWIFT Talks, join Just Mercy Executive Producer and CEO of One Community Scott Budnick, Campaign Surrogate and Statewide Coordinator for The Young Women’s Freedom Center April Grayson, and Campaign Ambassador Donna Hylton as we discuss the positive after-effects of Just Mercy, Black

Join Girls Write Now Today at 5pm for their LinkedIn Profile Writing Workshop!

Make sure your profile captures your unique accomplishments and stands out from the crowd. ROCK IT at Girls Write Now’s Writing Works Profile Workshop in partnership with LinkedIn Today! Wednesday, June 24th, 5-7PM EST. This workshop will be led by Ruthie Hertzberg, Profile Ambassador and Senior Enterprise Relationship

Alumni Greg Mania Teaches for Personal Disclosures

This summer, Greg Mania, Media Studies ’16 is teaching for Personal Disclosures alongside literary luminaries like Roxane Gay, Rachel Cargle, and Porochista Khakpour. Greg will be donating half of his earnings to The Okra Project, which benefits Black trans folks. People can take a workshop with Greg for $25

Check Out DOC NYC’s “Friday Fix” Series — Free Registration

Friday Fix is a new weekly series covering documentary film, hosted by Thom Powers. Viewers are invited to share comments during the live show. The episodes are taped and able for viewing anytime. Find links to recorded webinar content below, in addition to a curated list of resources

Check Out These Upcoming Events from the Center for Humanities at CUNY

SANCOCHO LIVE: CATASTROPHE, RESISTANCE, AND JOY A Virtual Stew of “Non-Essential” Thinkers and Makers / Un guiso virtual de pensadores y hacedores “no-esenciales” Virtual Event Series: Thursdays, 6/11, 6/18, & 6/25 @ 7pm via Zoom Thu, 6/11, 7:00 PM (EDT): The Pandemic as Aftershock /

DOC NYC Announces Free Live Series “Friday Fix”

DOC NYC Friday Fix is a new weekly series covering documentary film, hosted by Thom Powers. DOC NYC Friday Fix is available for free worldwide. You can RSVP to watch by clicking here. During the livestream, viewers can contribute questions and comments. The show will be

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

This Week in Cinema Tropical, March 9-16

Join Cinema Tropical tonight at Anthology Film Archives for another installment of their on-going series ‘If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema.‘ This evening they’ll be presenting the U.S. premiere of The Sky of the Centaur by the late Argentine filmmaker Hugo Santiago. If you haven’t yet seen


Produced by graduate students in the School of Media Studies, RUFF CUTS is a series of screening sessions for undergraduate and graduate Media Studies students to exhibit and discuss their media works in progress. Presenting students have the opportunity to receive constructive feedback. Media Studies faculty members

GIDEST Seminar with Christine Gaspar, 3/6

GIDEST Seminar Christine Gaspar Design With People Friday, March 6, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join us on Friday, March 6 for a GIDEST seminar with Community-Engaged Designer Christine Gaspar. The seminar will be devoted to a discussion of pre-circulated materials provided by

Climate Change Design Sprint, 3/11

Climate Change Design Sprint The Parsons ELab and CitiVentures are hosting a brainstorming design sprint on March 11th! The day will consist of a  workshop, lunch, sharing session and a networking hour in the afternoon. The winning prize will be a day in the life of

Future + International Market Insights Event, 3/2

FUTURE + INTERNATIONAL MARKET INSIGHTS EVENT Monday, March 2, 2020, 6-8 pm in L105, 63 5th Avenue (University Center) Linda Saint Marc, Associate Professor of Practice, Media Management Graduate Program is opening the Media Management + Leadership class to all Media Studies students on Monday, March 2,

This Week in Cinema Tropical, 2/24 – 3/2

This week in New York, join iconic interdisciplinary artist Coco Fusco and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU for a . conversation on the groundbreaking street performances of Cuban artist JuanSí González. In theaters is Rashaad Ernesto Green‘s Harlem coming-of-age romance Premature, starring poet and co-writer Zora Howard. Responding to rising gentrification