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Activist New York

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,

December Fall Thesis Collective Meeting

Happy December everyone! Come and join the last Thesis Collective meeting of the fall semester!  The fourth and final Thesis Collective meeting of the fall semester will be on Friday December 8th from 4:00 PM-6:00 PM – location: 79 Fifth Avenue (the Media Studies Loft), Room 1618 (the classroom right in front of the

Break Into Broadcast Journalism – Center for Communication

On November 29th, 6:30PM at SVA Theatre, two legendary agents, who represent the biggest names in the business, from Robin Roberts to Anderson Cooper, joined by Brian Stelter, who made a successful transition from The New York Times to host of CNN’s Reliable Sources, reveal the secrets of broadcast journalism, how to

Random House Presents: Off the Page

Off The Page THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2017 AT 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, Room U100, New York, NY 10003 Random House Special Events Off the Page presents authors in thought-provoking conversation, exclusive access to the hottest books,

1970 Kent State Shooting Book Talk – Tom Grace

1970 Kent State Shooting Book Talk – Tom Grace MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2017 AT 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Starr Foundation Hall, University Center63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003 Tom Grace presents Kent State: Death and Dissent in the long Sixties (University of Massachusetts

Making Movies that Change Lives by Center for Communication

With ​great​ storytelling and a marketing strategy to ​match​, documentaries and feature films can raise awareness of the most pressing issues ​of our time, ​and ​even ​initiate ​major​ change. Advocacy filmmakers share what drives ​them, ​how they get films with a call-to-action made. Erin Lee

The Future of Publishing is Audio – free lecture at TNS

With mobile allowing audiences to consume content on demand anywhere, anytime, audio storytelling is more popular than ever. The folks at the forefront of this revolution reveal how audio is transforming the publishing industry and creating new career opportunities. RSVP Here Molly Barton, Founder, Serial

Check out MADNews November 2017!

Cycle 2 of Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field has begun! Come visit Xenobia Bailey and Maria Hupfield in MAD’s third-floor galleries, where the artists are now at work in gallery-situated studios, allowing MAD visitors a rare look into the creative process. Mad Ball 2017 Join Museum of Arts and

This Week, Celebrate Halloween Mexican Style with “Holy Blood: Mexican Horror Cinema” and Other Films

This week, celebrate Halloween Mexican style with‘Holy Blood: Mexican Horror Cinema’ series at BAMcinématek. With a broad variety that includes classics from the sixties like El Barón del Terror and The Curse of the Crying Woman to Guillermo del Toro‘s debut film Cronos in 1993. Other highlights are La Tía Alejandra by Arturo Ripstein screening today, Friday, October 27, and Santa Sangre by

SGPIA Cities and Social Justice Concentration Mixer

Dear Students, You are invited to the SGPIA Cities and Social Justice Concentration Mixer. Find out about course offerings, meet professors and network with other students and alumni. Monday, October 30th, 4-6 PM Hirshon Suite, 55 West 13th Street, Room I-205 Wine and appetizers will be served

Media Management 20th Anniversary Celebration

The social impact of media has been studied at The New School since its founding in 1919. The first college course to investigate the motion picture was offered here in 1926. Marshall McLuhan’s colleague John Culkin brought his Center for Understanding Media to The New

The Exterminating Angel at The Remarque Institute

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

October on Filmatique: Teenage Wasteland

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.

Upcoming Events: Margaret Mead Film Festival

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

RUFF CUTS: Friday 13th October

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.