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Upcoming CinemaTropical Latin American Film Events

ARNALDO ANTUNES: IN HIS OWN WORDS Com a Palavra, Arnaldo Antunes / Marcelo Machado / Brazil / 2018 /  80 min. / In Portuguese with English subtitles FILM SCREENING – US PREMIERE! When: Tuesday, July 30. 7:30pm Where: Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Avenue, New

Find Exciting Things to Do at Summer in the Square

SPEND YOUR SUMMER THURSDAYS IN UNION SQUARE PARK The Union Square Partnership hosts over 135 free community events in Union Square Park with more than 30 neighborhood partners as part of Citi Summer in the Square. The Union Square Partnership has been producing summer programs in

Discounted Student Passes for Stareable Fest 2019

July 19-21 2019 Stareable Fest is a 3 day celebration of excellence in web series and digital video. It’s half creator convention, with a dozen workshops and panels on leveling up your skills, and half festival, with networking, parties, screenings, and award. Brought to you

June Programs at the Museum of Arts and Design

Explore the Future of Jewelry Making Inspired by the exhibition Non-Stick Nostalgia: Y2K Retrofuturism in Contemporary Jewelry, two studio workshops with MAD Artists Studio alumni highlight the exciting potential of wearable interactives and repurposed materials in jewelry. June 15, designer and musician Emiko Shinozaki will lead

May Events at the Museum of Arts and Design

TONIGHT! Artist Talk: Paul Villinski May 15, 6:30 pm $15 general $10 members and students Celebrated sculptor Paul Villinski will speak with curator Lisa Freiman about his three decades of transforming discarded materials into environmentally aware conceptual projects and large-scale installations. Villinski will also sign

9/11 Memorial & Museum Presents: Confronting Hate

Confronting Hate Thu. May 16, 2019 7:00PM – 8:30PM Museum Auditorium on the Atrium Terrace Level (Second Floor) Emmy Award–winning documentarian Deeyah Khan has long explored how people are drawn to extremist ideologies. She has spent years filming Islamist extremists, convicted terrorists, and former jihadis, as well as current

Upcoming NYWIFT Programs – May 2019

Bite Me: A Truly Independent Journey Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 6:30 PM Join the team behind the independent feature film Bite Me for a case study on the film’s journey and the upcoming Joyful Vampire Tour of America that will feature screenings, capes, and Vampire Balls! Bite Me is a

NOFLASH Video Show 2019

NOFLASH VIDEO SHOW 2019 PRESS RELEASE Based in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the third annual NOFLASH Video Show is coming up May 3-5, 2019. Dedicated to showcasing ambitious new works by emerging filmmakers and time-based artists, NOFLASH 2019 will feature 29 works from 11 countries,

Upcoming NYWIFT Programs – April 2019

New Date – Destination Co-Star! TV Tips for the Emerging Actor Thursday, Apr 18, 2019 @ 6:30 PM Are you an actor transitioning from theater, independent film, background work, or just starting out? This workshop is for those seeking practical advice in booking their first

Inaugural New School Research Symposium, April 23

INAUGURAL NEW SCHOOL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM The Provost’s Office of Research Support, in partnership with Faculty Affairs, Student Success, the University Student Senate, Student Leadership & Involvement, and Marketing & Communication, would like to invite you to the inaugural New School Research Symposium. The first annual New School

Center for Communication, Upcoming April Events

April 4th: Reporters Who Seek Right Wrongs Join us on April 4 for the 70th Annual Polk Awards. Hear from award-winners Julie K. Brown who won for ‘Perversion of Justice’ stories on Jeffrey Epstein; Ginger Thompson, who covered Trump’s immigration policy at the border; and Madeleine Baran for the first podcast winner of a Polk

Sexuality and Borders: An International Symposium at NYU, April 4 +5

Sexuality & Borders  A Two-Day International Symposium Thursday/Friday, April 4-5 239 Greene Street, Floor 8 Keynotes Radha Hegde, New York University Miriam Ticktin, New School for Social Research Alyosxa Tudor, SOAS, University of London How do sexuality and borders intersect? What role does sexuality play in the production,