Explore the drama of social activism in New York City from the 17th century right up to the present. In a town renowned for its in-your-face persona, citizens have banded together on issues as diverse as civil rights, wages, sexual orientation, and religious freedom. Using artifacts,
In anticipation of the Metropolitan Opera premiere of Thomas Adès’s opera The Exterminating Angel, based on the film by Luis Buñuel, the Remarque Institute has put together a panel of scholars and critics to discuss the Buñuel film with Thomas Adès, including film critics David Denby and J. Hoberman and
During the month of October, Filmatique will host a collection of films that explore disparate experiences of youth yet unitied by common feelings—boredom, confusion, loss and alienation— a contemporary Teenage Wasteland. To watch current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month. First month free.
Beginning October 19-22, the Margaret Mead Film festival will be held at the American Museum of Natural History. More than 40 ground-breaking, international, nonfiction films and media will present fresh cross-cultural perspectives. Honoring legendary anthropologist Margaret Mead, the festival reinforces the search for deeper understanding of
It’s RUFF CUTS season! This upcoming Friday Ruff Cuts will screen a compelling films including drama, documentary and animation. Current students and alumni will screen their work in progress in an environment full of camaraderie. Delicious empanadas will be served! FRIDAY 7:00 PM, 55West 13St, 2nd Fl.
Cinema Tropical presents the U.S. premiere of the Argentine film “About 12 / (Juana los 12)” at Anthology Film Archives THIS WEEK
This week Cinema Tropical is presenting the U.S. premiere of the Argentine film About 12 / (Juana los 12) as part of our series ‘If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema’ at Anthology Film Archives. The Thursday, October 12 screening will feature a Q&A with filmmaker Martín Shanly.
SMS Faculty Kevin T. Allen presents “Stone Tape Theories: Hearing Haunting, and the Memory of Materials” at Purchase College
SMS Faculty Kevin T. Allen will be presenting “Stone Tape Theories: Hearing Haunting, and the Memory of Materials” as part of the New Media Lecture Series at Purchase College on Wednesday, October 11 – Natural Sciences NS1001 @ 7 p.m. A stone tape is a material object that
SMS Faculty Kevin T. Allen’s film “Bridge” featured as part of the exhibition “City Struck” at Danish Architecture Center
SMS Faculty Kevin T. Allen’s film “Bridge” will be featured as part of the exhibition “City Struck” at the Danish Architecture Center from October 13th – February 28: https://dac.dk/en/city-struck At the Night of Culture on October 13th, DAC will open its last big exhibition before moving into the BLOX building
Next Sunday, the 15th of October, The Lot Radio is back “at the Mission” to kick off their fall/winter season. A series of concert/event/screening they host in the San Damiano Mission church across the street thanks to the support of the Franciscan Friars. They are honored to start the season
Filmmakers, The International Student, Newcomer, and Woman Movie Awards (ISENMA) is the sister festival of International Movie Awards (IMA) which has been running for more than six years. The past prominent winners are stars like Golden Globe Winner, Academy Award Nominee, and Emmy Winner. They are looking
WHO: GLUE Programs and International Center of Photography WHAT: Event, “What is at Stake?: Questions of Community and Visual Culture,” which focuses on the intersection of visual culture and the complex and contradictory notions of community WHEN: Friday, October 6, 9am to 7:30pm WHERE: Starr
WHO: The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) presents Lucy Earle (author from the UK); Michael Cohen and Nidhi Srinivas commentators. WHAT: Event, Book Presentation Transgressive Citizenship and the Struggle for Social Justice, in Sao Paulo WHEN: Thursday, October 5, 6pm WHERE: University Center, 63 Fifth Ave 7th Floor
This is a reminder that, in conjunction with the launch of The New School’s Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI), The New School is hosting a public event on Monday, October 2 from 6 to 9 pm titled Creating an Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs. This
Looking to get the pulse of the NYC Film community? Join Lightbulb Grip & Electric on October 4th at 8PM for their filmmakers’ social, Old Friends, New Faces! Located in northern Brooklyn, Lightbulb Grip & Electric Co. hosts a monthly get together for filmmakers to rub elbows, swap
Join us for an incredible discussion and reception with a few of the biggest and brightest names in the media industry, hosted by the APC and the Media Management Graduate Program at The New School. Linda Saint Marc, professor at The New School‘s Media Management Graduate Program, will moderate a
Live Stream the SOLD OUT – New York Times TimesTalks with Sean “Diddy” Combs WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 AT 7:00 PM The Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011 This event is now completely sold out. A livestream will be
On September, 28th The Advertising Production Club will be partnering with the Media Management Program to host the Women Transforming Media Event. Check out the amazing women that will be speaking on the panel below: Shelley Diamond, Chief Client Officer, Y&R Shelley Diamond is the
Please join The New School’s Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management program, Tishman Environment and Design Center, and Environmental Studies program for our annual welcome mixer. All New School students with academic or professional interests in climate, environment, sustainability, and justice are welcome! Hear from Tishman Center Director Michelle DePass Expand
About the event Join us for a 2-day workshop “LGBTQIA+ Representations and Italian Media” hosted at the Graduate Center, CUNY (September 14th) and the Casa Italiana of NYU (September 15th). This event is part of a series of workshops organized by QuIR, the Queer Italia
Please join us Thursday, September 7th at 6:00pm for “The Performance of Blackness in Contemporary Brazil, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic” in the Martin E. Segal Theatre at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Join Abigail Lapin Dardashti, Fabiana Lopes, Dadland Maye, and Marcos Teixeira de Souza
On Location: BARKER Friday, September 8 3:00 to 4:30pm BARKER is a new-breed agency delivering game-changing advertising, interactive, digital marketing and branding through big ideas and award winning campaigns. BARKER is as much a business consultancy as a full-service media agency that is 70% female.
If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema Third Season: July 20, August 17 & September 28 Anthology Film Archives New York City, despite its status as a world capital of cinema, regularly misses out on screenings of many key international films.
1 Minute Meal: Stories of Food and Community in New York at MOFAD Thursday, July 27, 2017 6:30pm 8:00pm Museum of Food and Drink62 Bayard StreetBrooklyn, NY, 11222United States To launch James Boo’s pop-up exhibit at MOFAD, 1 Minute Meal: Stories of Food and Community
Celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan, at the Museum of the City of New York! Join them to learn more about this time of gratitude for Muslim people and share what you are thankful for by contributing to a community mural. Explore Muslim cultural traditions
Rhythm & Power: Salsa in New York Through November 26 Rhythm & Power illuminates how the diversity of New York City gave rise to salsa, an up-tempo combination of percussive Latin music and poly-rhythmic, Afro-Caribbean infused dance. The exhibition brings the history of salsa in New York
Join Girls Write Now THIS Friday, June 16, 6-8pm for the Girls Write Now June CHAPTERS Reading at New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West (and W 77th St). Hear today’s best young writers perform their original work with keynote speaker Karina Glaser , author of the forthcoming novel The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street.
Pairing artworks from the 1970s with contemporary practices, Soft Skills critically examines interpersonal capacities like communication, cooperation, empathy, and flexibility, framing them as modes of feminized performance—and moreover, as work. Early feminist art often troubled the threshold between artifice and authenticity, using devices like masquerade and fictive personae to denaturalize
THIS Friday, June 2, as Qwerty showcase’s the next generation of media makers creating at the intersection of language, technology, and art — with a panel of digital game changers moderated by Jenna Wortham, staff writer at the New York Times Magazine and co-host of Still Processing. Panelists include: Jasmyn Lawson, GIPHY Culture Editor; Janice Morris, Head of Lifestyle
Creative Tech Week: The Conference Saturday, May 20, 2017 9:00AM Doors; 10:00AM Start; 6:30PM End Sunday, May 21, 2017 10:00AM Doors; 11:00AM Start; 5:30PM End Two Roboticists from Google X. The Head of VR and Game Design at IBM Research. The Creative Director of Virtual
Documentary Film Festival TRUTH BE TOLD 2017 May 23, 24, 25 at 7pm The Auditorium 66 W. 12th. St 14 Original short films from the 2017 Documentary Studies program. Over three evenings, short documentaries made by students in the Documentary Media Studies graduate certificate program are