The Center opens doors for a remarkably diverse community of talented student and young professionals. Our mission is to connect media recruiters to this diverse, rich talent pool to ensure a brighter future for the industry. You won’t want to miss this special day of insight and
Join Adorama & Sony for an exciting, social, and productive photography experience unlike any other! Build your portfolio shooting 5 unique and interactive shooting stations while experiencing the latest Sony Alpha gear, including full frame mirrorless cameras and G Master lenses of your choosing.
Columbia University presents Confessions of an Accidental Oral Historian, Archivist, and Podcaster Workshop
Columbia University Oral History Master of the Arts (OHMA) invites you to our fall 2018 workshop series on Oral History and the Future. Please see details below and stay tuned for future announcements for the rest of the workshops in this series. WHEN: Thursday, October 18, 2018, 6:10 –
Start Your Week Organized It’s always nice to start your week refreshed, organized, and ahead of your to-do list. That 10 page paper? Check. Your part in a group assignment? Check.Plans for Winter Break? Check. Tickets to our 1st Annual Diversity + Media Career Summit? Check. Whether it’s Master The Art of Social
On Tuesday, October 16 GSC will host Kenya (Robinson) / Mr. Kenya Robinson, an American multimedia artist whose work includes performance, sculpture, and installation. A native of Gainesville, Florida, (Robinson)’s work depicts themes of privilege and consumerism, while investigating the role of money in the
Netflix invites you to a screening of one of their upcoming films, 22 JULY, directed by Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips, The Bourne Trilogy). In 22 July, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips, United 93) tells the true story of the aftermath of Norway’s deadliest
Join UnionDocs and delve into the use of objects and archival materials at SPECULATIONS IN THE ARCHIVE workshop led by filmmaker Courtney Stephens. From October 12-14, we will look at the challenges and possibilities of building and telling stories with found materials. Through the lens
Leonardo Romero from DPA microphones will be making an appearance at Sound Hard (651 Richard St., Ste. 2B) from Noon – 1:30pm on Friday, the 5th of October to show off what their amazing product line has to offer. Plus pizza Friday continues!
October Events and Opportunities Upcoming events from the Center for the Humanities this October highlight critical and creative work exploring: the #MeToo movement, sexual violence against women, and the concept of “epistemic injustice;” the scientific and social implications of infectious disease; the relationship between painting, poetry and translation;
Pathbreaking filmmaker, theorist and composer Trinh T. Minh-ha will be visiting the Pratt campus on Thursday, October 4th and Friday, October 5th. October 4th, 2018 5:00 PM: Welcome reception 5:30 PM: Film Screening of Forgetting Vietnam (2016), Dir. Trinh T. Minh-ha, followed by Q+A with the filmmaker.
NYU’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, present a conversation with the creators of groundbreaking Puerto Rican films, El silencio del viento (The Silence of the Wind; 2017), El Chata
On Tuesday, September 24 we will host Multimedia Artist, Poet, Activist Cecilia Vicuña in conversation with GSC Director Professor Macarena Gómez-Barris. Cecilia Vicuña is a Chilean visual artist, activist, and poet whose work addresses ecological destruction, human rights, and cultural homogenization. She has lived in exile since the
Join EARTH CELEBRATIONS to celebrate the Lower East Side community’s creative and ecological sustainability efforts with spectacular images of the ECOLOGICAL CITY- Procession for Climate Solutions for the LUNGS –Loisaida United Neighborhood Gardens Harvest Festival. Ecological City photo slideshow presentation by Felicia Young. Photos by William Bourassa
One of the biggest mistakes emerging writers make is trying to write a final draft, rather than a first draft. The International Screenwriters’ Association, one of our amazing sponsors from the 2018 festival, is hosting a free event next Thursday, August, 16th! ‘From First Draft
Please join the Center for the Humanities for two very exciting free events at the Graduate Center, CUNY. This Friday, May 18th, join us for “A Tribute to June Jordan,” an intergenerational exploration and celebration of the legendary teacher, activist, and poet’s life, work, and legacy, organized as a
May Events Upcoming events this May highlight critical and creative work exploring: the visibility of research in exhibition-making institutions; habitation in a period of climatic upheaval; Victorian ecological discourse and ecocriticism; the legendary CUNY teacher, activist, and poet June Jordan’s life, work, and legacy; PSC-CUNY members
Join Columbia University for an intensive day of workshops with OHMA faculty and alumni! The second round of ONE-DAY ORAL HISTORY TRAINING WORKSHOPS are on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: Columbia University (Knox Hall) Registration: $25 – 100 per workshop, sliding scale For their oral history workshops, please pay what
Media Studies Faculty, Mario Paoli to perform at The William Carlos Williams Center for the Performing Arts
!!!WOW!!! The William Carlos Williams Center for the Performing Arts is extremely honored to have just been chosen to host Eeeem18! They hope this outstanding festival will consider the center as its home for the future!
Join the Asian American Writers’ Workshop for a special event about how has Iraq changed post American invasion and how the war on terror has been “brought home” through an expanded security state. We are featuring journalist Erin Banco, who wrote the recently released Pipe Dreams, Nisha Kapoor,
The Center for Communication is hosting its Second Annual Women + Media Career Summit, a full-day forum highlighting opportunities in areas of the business where women are traditionally under-represented. Hear top executives, entrepreneurs, producers and directors describe their career journeys and secrets to success. This year’s
Archipelagos and Aquapelagos: Conceptualizing Islands and Marine Spaces.March 30 & 31 @ Pratt Institute
Pratt Institute invites students for “Archipelagos and Aquapelagos: Conceptualizing Islands and Marine Spaces”, a two-day conference that will be take place on Friday, March 30 and Saturday March 31 starting at 10AM in the Alumni Reading Room of the Pratt Institute Library. Conference Theme Description: Archipelagos and small island nations matter. To
Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative Series VII Tue, Mar 20, 2018, 6:30 PM | Martin E. Segal Theatre Please join the Center for the Humanities at the Graduate Center, CUNY for the launch of their award-winning publication series Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative
Join Glenn Adamson, Helen Drutt and Paul J. Smith for the New York Premiere of ‘J. Fred Woell: An American Vision’
SCREENING + Q&A | J. Fred Woell: An American Vision Post Screening Discussion with Glenn Adamson, Helen Drutt, Richard Kane and Paul J. Smith, moderated by Barbara Paris Gifford Thursday, March 29, 2018 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm The Theater at MAD BUY TICKETS Attend the
KQTcon 2018, the first national LGBTQ Korean conference in the United States, will take place from April 6-8, 2018. It will be an unprecedented gathering of LGBTQ people of Korean descent, parents & family members of LGBTQ Koreans, as well as allies & friends of the
Columbia University Oral History Master of the Arts (OHMA) invites students to the tenth event of their yearlong workshop series on oral history and the arts. Join them, it’s not too late to RSVP! Please see details below and stay tuned for future announcements for the
Join The Center of Humanities this Week for Public Talks and Workshops on Poetry and Environmental Humanities
EVENTS THIS WEEK Please join the Center for the Humanities this week for public talks and workshops on two developing themes: poetry and the environmental humanities. And check out their new fellowship opportunity to help plan a interdisciplinary conference in collaboration with Fresh Kills Park! To view
The Center for Communications is hosting an advanced screening and Q&A for RISE, a film by the producers of Friday Night Lights and Hamilton, on March 8. NBC’s heartwarming new drama Rise follows dedicated teacher Lou Mazzuchelli (Josh Radnor, How I Met Your Mother) as he revives his high
The Center for Communication is hosting a talk on Innovation in Local News on March 5. Local news has been a launching pad for so many great journalism careers. Hear about the latest innovations and opportunities in local and the new ways regional outlets are engaging with their