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Calling all student scholars of art!

Calling all student scholars of art! Please join us this spring and present your student work that investigates aspects of art and human sociality at “The Social Significance of Art – A Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Conference” What: Exploring the potential of art and aesthetics to impact


ANNUAL SOCIOLOGY STUDENT CONFERENCE The New School for Social Research SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 10am-8pm Crowds, Mobs, Masses and Publics Thinking our populist moment Keynote Speaker: Mabel Berezin, Cornell University Continuity and Contingency: Thinking Sociologically about Right Wing Politics in Europe and Beyond Opening Speaker: Jürgen


GLOBAL URBAN STUDIO: RIO INTENSIVE Instructor: Jilly Traganou PSDS 5512 CRN 6750 The aim of this class is to understand how mega event planning inscribes new power relationships on an urban environment, creating a “state of emergency” characterized by authoritarianism and disregard for civic and

Latin American Cinema: The State of the Art at MoMA

Latin American Cinema: The State of the Art March 30 – April 9 at The Museum of Modern Art   This series features a selection of new films from Latin American countries, including Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Perú, and Venezuela, that were supported by the intergovernmental organization Ibermedia,

Doc Talk with film editor Jonathan Oppenheim

WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT EDITING Doc Talk Screening + Q&A, Apr 3rd, 1pm Film editor Jonathan Oppenheim presents        Paris is Burning, 1990, 78 min   Monday, April 3rd, at 1 PM, Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue   Renowned

Seeing is Deceiving

In an era increasingly defined by the ubiquity of visual information—from the billions of photos posted each day on social media to ever more omniscient techniques for surveilling bodies and crowds—vision is no longer merely a human ability, but a set of practices employed by

Music + Film: Brazil at Symphony Space

APRIL 4 – 11, AT SYMPHONY SPACE Cinema Tropical’s popular film series Music+Film: Brazil is back, celebrating one of the world’s most vibrant musical cultures. Programmed by Mary Jane Marcasiano. All screenings at LEONARD NIMOY THALIA AT SYMPHONY SPACE 2357 Broadway at 96th Street, New

Orfeo Negro (Black Orpheus) Screening – NEW DATE

The Engage Media Lab is hosting a screening of Orfeo Negro Friday, March 31, for their Brazilian Film Screening Series.  Friday, March 31, at 6:30pm in Room 050 underneath the Lang Café Black Orpheus, 1959, dir. by Marcel Camus A retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice set during carnival

March Madness 2017

March Madness 2017 The 2017 Men’s NCAA March Madness Tournament Bracket match-ups will be announced on Sunday, March 12 between 5:30–7:30 p.m. Be a part of the action. Enter for your chance to win $50 and the title of March Madness Champion!!!  Zero college basketball knowledge required. Simply pick

Sat 3/11 | Indoor Rock Climbing at Brooklyn Boulders (7pm)

Sat 3/11 | Indoor Rock Climbing at Brooklyn Boulders (7pm) – Register Here Price (regularly $39): $10 TNS students $28 Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and Guests Includes: admission, gear rentals (shoes, harness, chalk), and belay assistance from the recreation staff. Join us for an evening of rock climbing with friends

Orfeo Negro (Black Orpheus) Screening

The Engage Media Lab is hosting a screening of Orfeo Negro this Friday for their Brazilian Film Screening Series.  Friday evening, 3/10 at 6:30pm in Room 050 underneath the Lang Café. Join EML Black Orpheus, 1959, dir. by Marcel Camus A retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice set during carnival

Sustainability at The New School Student Open House

Student Open House Thursday, March 9, 2017 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM University Center, Room L105 Mark your calendars! All New School students are invited to this focus group on campus sustainability. Join Molly Johnson, University Sustainability Associate at the Tishman Environment and Design Center,


Sunday, March 12, 2017 9:00 am to  12:00 pm The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY In recognition of International Women’s Day, the Center for Communication is teaming up with Bloomberg Startup, the Bloomberg Women’s Community, and the Metropolitan Museum of


Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 6:30 to 8:00 pm The New School Theresa Lang Center, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor (between 5th and 6th Avenues) Spotify, SoundCloud, Bandcamp, and Pandora have caused a revolution in music discovery.  Hear from the people who make the noise

Fine Cuts Call for Submissions

FINE CUTS: 38TH ANNUAL INVITATIONAL FILM SHOW FINE CUTS is a screening series of short films and video works produced by alumni, graduate, undergraduate, and certificate students in the School of Media Studies over the past year as part of their coursework. A panel of distinguished filmmakers, producers and

Meet the Industry Experts: Media Panel

Dylan Coburn, Vice Media, Vice channels: Thump, the electronic music and culture channel, and Waypoint, Vice’s video gaming channel. Trevor James Irmler, Viacom, Black Entertainment Television. Andrew Wright, Nonesuch Records Daniel Martinez, Panavision RSVP: Meet the Industry Experts: Media Panel Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Integrative PhD Collaborative Seminar “Get-together”

You are cordially invited to an Integrative PhD Collaborative Seminar “Get-together” on February 22nd. The Mellon funded Integrative PhD Program supports cross-divisional graduate research seminars taught by pairs of faculty from NSSR, Parsons, and SPE. Faculty from all three divisions are invited to join us at the reception to