November 16, 2019, 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM (EST) Collaboratory Centennial Symposium: 100 Years of Scholar Activism Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall GENERAL PUBLIC The New School Collaboratory will host its second symposium to celebrate and critically reflect on the university’s 100-year commitment
“How is one to believe that touch cannot be virtualized?” Haptics technologies and the impossible dream of mediating tactility, 1/31
“How is one to believe that touch cannot be virtualized?” Haptics technologies and the impossible dream of mediating tactility The recent development of new haptic feedback devices for virtual reality has prompted a wave of speculation about the possibilities of extending touch into virtual worlds.
Meet Girls Write Now Mentee Alumna, Arnell Calderon, a passionate writer who has now graduated from The New School, completed Girls Write Now’s paid-internship program, and recently accepted a full-time position. Arnell’s story is one of the many successes coming out of Girls Write Now’s Writing Works, a workforce
On January 23rd Columbia’s Oral History Master of Arts program will be hosting an open house for prospective students and anyone interested in learning more about the program. Attendance is free. Jan. 23 | OHMA Spring Open House Thursday Jan. 23rd, 2020 | 6:30
The Question of Intelligence AI and the Future of Humanity FEBRUARY 07, 2020 – APRIL 08, 2020 Opening reception: Thursday, February 6, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Over the past years artificial intelligence has moved to the center of technology discussions due to the rapidly increasing role
And, Apollo: A Laboratory JANUARY 16, 2020 – FEBRUARY 11, 2020 Opening reception: Thursday, January 23, 2020; 6:00-8:00 p.m. And, Apollo: A Laboratory, a work in progress by artist and Vera List Center Fellow Dean Erdmann, combines experimental documentary, video, and sculptures to connect autobiography
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Jan 27 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Ave THE HOTTEST AUGUST (95 min) Screening and Q&A with filmmaker BRETT STORY A complex portrait of a city and its inhabitants, The Hottest August gives us a window into the collective
The School of Media Studies presents the “Brown Bag Series,” a new series organized for students to have an opportunity each month to learn more about a specific topic(s) from faculty over lunch. Guest faculty members will facilitate a conversation related to their research/background and
Industry Experts Panel: Media Careers for International Students Join us for our first Industry Experts Panel of Spring 2020 on Media Careers for International Students! For this panel, we will be in conversation with international Media Studies alumni about how they navigated their career trajectories
Please join the School of Media Studies, Center for Graduate Career & Professional Development, and the Media Student Council for their Fall Industry Expert Panel Series. They will be hosting three panels with industry experts in the media, tech, and communication fields.
Media Studies Alum Marija Stojnic screening her Feature Documentary at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight 2020 After premiering at the prestigious International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA), Media Studies alum Marija Stojnic will screen her award-winning feature documentary Speak So I can Hear You at the
IFP Z, The Independent Filmmaker Project’s (IFP) membership tier for film lovers and aspiring industry professionals 25 and under, is launching its monthly meet-up program on December 10th. Join us for a celebratory launch mixer where you can learn more about our IFP Z specific
Please join us for a concert performance by world-renowned bassist William Parker who will be leading his band, Universal Tonality, at the Pratt Manhattan gallery. Parker is a composer, writer, activist, and educator who has performed and taught all around the globe. I will open
We start the week off with Andrea Córdoba‘s multi-award-winning film Sanctuary, screening tonight as part of Indocumentales: An Itinerant Film and Conversation Series at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I Center. Having won the Best Film award at this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival, Sanctuary follows the life of one Guatemalan mother who was the first person to take
Join us for a discussion on the situation in Venezuela with Joanna Hausmann and Gonzalo Himiob Santomé! October 22, 2019 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Theresa Lang Student Center Room I 202 55 West 13th Street Witness a conversation between Joanna Hausmann, Venezuelan-American actress, comedian, and critic
War on Drugs Vs. Rights: Drug Policy as an International Challenge and its Negative Impact on Communitities
Join us for a discussion on the intersectionality of international drug policies, human rights, and indigenous rights! Register Now October 16, 2019 6:00 PM- 8:30 PM Starr Foundation Hall L102 The New School, 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10003 The Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs
As we move into the fall season with all the busyness that might entail, this is a quick reminder that the Prototype Lab is launching this November and applications are due Thursday, October 31, 2019. If you are looking for the space and support to test an innovative
Join Global South Center For Conversation by Licia Fiol-Matta, “The Great Woman Singer: Gender & Voice in the Americas,” 10/3
Please join Global South Center today, October 3 at 5.30pm in the Alumni Reading Room for an exciting conversation by scholar Licia Fiol-Matta. The talk, The Great Woman Singer: Gender & Voice in the Americas about Chavela Vargas explores gender and sexuality in Latinx context, and Caribbean musicalities!
Join us for a discussion on water losses and the struggle for decommodified services! RSVP
GIDEST Seminar John Keene Queer Games Friday, October 11, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join us Friday, October 11, 12-1:30 p.m., for a discussion with novelist and poet John Keene. For his GIDEST seminar, Professor Keene has generously provided a piece of unpublished work. At his request, circulation of
OCTOBER EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES Please join the Center for the Humanities this October for two cross-disciplinary conferences: Unit Structres: The Art of Cecil Taylor, exploring and honoring the work of musician, poet, and educator Cecil Taylor, and “Un-Fair Trades: Artistic Intersections with Social and Environmental Injustices in the
Festival of New: The Global Platform at The New School Presents “Global Futures: Disruptive Technologies, Actors, Ideologies, Solidarities”
Celebrate the Festival of New with the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs! Register Now!
PEN America Presents “Campus at a Crossroads: Free Speech, Truth, and Democracy in an Election Year,” 9/26
CAMPUS AT A CROSSROADS: FREE SPEECH, TRUTH, AND DEMOCRACY IN AN ELECTION YEAR Thursday, September 26, 2019 | 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm NYU Cantor Film Center New York, NY36 E 8th St., New York, NY 10003 Free and open to the public. With the
Register Now Nov 1, 2019 9:00 AM – Nov 2 1:00 PM Theresa Lang Student Center, 55 West 13th St. New York Emerging technologies in the realms of artificial intelligence or digital worlds have a considerable transformative potential to address global health problems. However, these innovations are
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND TO REGISTER Event will be Broadcast on Facebook Live Milano Management Presents: Why a Design Attitude Matters
CLIMATE STRIKE THIS FRIDAY, 9/20 September 20, 2019 may be one of the biggest days of coordinated action in recent times and it will be an action led and coordinated by youth. By working with the university to provide a safe space to organize
MAKING DOCUMENTARIES THAT MATTER Wednesday, September 25, 2019 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Kumble Theater, Liu Brooklyn 1 University Plaza, Brooklyn NY, 11201, United States Great documentaries expand our understanding of the world around us and raise awareness of the most pressing issues of our