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Thursday, November 10th | 7–9 pm EINY School House (Ecole Internationale de New York) 277 Park Avenue South (btw 20th & 21st Sts) Celebrate indie filmmaking and raise needed funds for the Filmmaker Hospitality Program.  Filmmakers are paramount to the success of our film festival… without them

CINE PitchFest Presented by A&E: Be Original

Do you have an idea for the next great TV show? Get a crash course in how to pitch it at CINE PitchFest presented by A&E: Be Original. On November 18th at the School of Visual Arts, five independent producers will pitch ideas to A&E

CINE Celebrates: New York, NY

Join CineFest on November 18 at the School of Visual Arts for CINE Celebrates, an exclusive reception that honors and connects the best and most original media makers in the industry. Meet industry executives, 59th CINE Golden Eagle Award-winning media makers, and 2016 CINE Leadership Award

10th Annual Cinema Arts Festival


ULC Boost Your Reading Skills Workshop

On Monday, October 10th, at 3:30pm, the University Learning Center is offering our “Boost Your Reading Skills” workshop. This workshop will examine the reading process and help to develop strategies for becoming a more efficient and independent reader. This event will be held at 66 West 12th Street

Christiane Paul Fall 2016 Talks

In the coming weeks Christiane Paul will participate in the panel “Collecting in the Age of Futurity” at the Chicago Expo (9/23); moderate the panel “Vision in Data: Art & Advertising,” part of Advertising Week, at the Whitney Museum (9/27); give a keynote at the

Element Film Festival: Call For Submissions

Element Film Festival is now accepting submissions! Element Film Festival is an annual student film festival produced by the students of Montana State University’s Science and Natural History Film MFA program. Selected films focus on topics such as science, natural history, technology, conservation, culture, and

Terry McDonell and Graydon Carter at the 92Y on 9/19

Terry McDonell and Graydon Carter at the 92Y on September 19 at 8 pm. Terry McDonell is the editorial force behind some of the most influential publications in American journalism. He launched Outside; had tenures at Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Esquire, Sports Illustrated; and co-founded the

Re/Joice: A Re/Lab Showcase and Re/Ception

Re/Joice: A Re/Lab Showcase and Re/Ception Friday, May 8, 2015 at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang College 65 West 11th Street Room B500, New York, NY 10003 Join the Re/Lab team as we mark the end of the effort’s first year!

We’re All Videofreex

Deirdre Boyle will be participating in a panel discussion as part of the School of Visual Arts’ symposium We’re All Videofreex: Changing Media and Social Change from Portapak to Smartphone. Deirdre’s panel, Real Time: Video After the Videofreex, will discuss: “Videofreex’s legacy and renewed resonance in

Film & Philosophy, Augmented Reality, and Transmedia

Christiane Paul will be delivering 3 talks this month: On February 16, she will be giving the Keynote for the Film & Philosophy: Corpus//Bodies Program, presented by the Graduate Film Studies Group at the University of Florida – “Expanding Cinema: The Moving Image in Digital

IDC Keynote Speaker David Sengeh

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

Public Interactives and the Architecture of Intimacy

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

Media Places: Infrastructure – Space – Media

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

Struggle, a film by Roger Hill

Weeks before the next U.S. presidential election, STRUGGLE, by Roger Hill, presents a close documentary study of the controversial election of 2004 when voter suppression in Ohio, the deciding swing state, helped to re-deliver the presidency to George W. Bush. Roger Hill was c0-director with

Three Lectures in October, Christiane Paul

Christiane Paul will be delivering three lectures this month. On October 11,  she gave a talk for the Departments of Art History and Kinetic Imaging and the Media Art & Text program at Virginia Commonwealth University. Next on October 16, she’ll be presenting at the

Design is One: Lella & Massimo Vignelli, Kathy Brew

The 2012 Architecture & Design Film Festival opens on October 18th with the world premiere of Design is One: Lella & Massimo Vignelli, a retrospective of the work and relationship of these two seminal figures, by filmmakers Roberto Guerra and The New School’s Kathy Brew.

The New Music: John Cage Centenary Celebration

In celebration of the 100 birthday of American musical giant John Cage, Media Studies presented the John Cage Centenary Concert, free and open to the public on Friday, September 7 at 7:00 p.m. in Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street. John Cage’s relationship with The

Two Talks in Russia

Christiane Paul will be giving two talks next week in Russia. One will be at the symposium for the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial and the other at the Ural Federal University (both in Yekaterinburg).

The Rock Hill Pictures, Collection and Showing, Mara Kurtz

Mara Kurtz’s photography will be shown at Winthrop University Gallery in Rock Hill, South Carolina, beginning September 7. From Winthrop University’s Event Posting: “…opening Sept. 10 in the Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery is “Remnants: A Collection of Rock Hill’s Visual Alterations” by New York designer

Hearing Urban Infrastructures, Shannon Mattern

Shannon Mattern gave a public lecture on “Hearing Urban Infrastructures, from the Voice to Sonic Warfare” at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. The lecture examined “how the city has functioned as a material infrastructure for sonic communication ranging from oral address and interpersonal communication