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March Highlights @ the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center

The New School, The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center MARCH 2018 HIGHLIGHTS Each month, New School students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend a wide range of inspiring and innovative public programs. Please visit the university events calendar to see the full schedule for

TNS Event: GIDEST Seminar with George E. Lewis, March 16

GIDEST Seminar George E. Lewis NEW MUSIC, NEW SUBJECTS: THE SITUATION OF A CREOLE Friday, March 16, 12-1:30pm Please join the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography, & Social Thought in the GIDEST Lab, room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue, on Friday, March 16, for a discussion with composer, performer, and theorist George

TNS Event: The Business of Funny, March 14 at 6:30pm

Comedy has long been seen as overwhelmingly male, but the industry is experiencing a renaissance fueled by female comedians. Hear from three popular female comedians on writing and performing stand-up; what the new face of comedy looks like; and how they determine success. THE BUSINESS

GIDEST Seminar, March 9 with Jeanine Oleson

GIDEST Seminar Jeanine Oleson CONDUCT MATTERS Friday, March 9, 12-1:30pm Please join the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography, and Social Thought in the GIDEST Lab, room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue, at 12pm on Friday, March 9, for a discussion with Jeanine Oleson of her project Conduct Matters. Seminar participants are asked to prepare by viewing

“The Business of Funny” Talk @ TNS

The Center of Communication is hosting The Business of Funny, a talk about the renaissance of female comedians, on March 14, here at the New School! Comedy has long been seen as overwhelmingly male, but the industry is experiencing a renaissance fueled by female comedians.

Doc Talk – 327 CUADERNOS

Celebrated contemporary Argentinian author Ricardo Piglia is the subject of Andrés Di Tella’s fascinating portrait film 327 Cuadernos (327 Notebooks). Rejecting a conventional style, Di Tella created a more intimate approach by encouraging his friend’s recollections about his life and art by asking him to look

Call for Submissions: Body Positivity Series

Dear Campus Community, We invite you—students, faculty, and staff—to submit original artwork to the Body Positivity Series, an art exhibit exploring topics surrounding body positivity including, but not limited to, the celebration of bodies, (dis)ability justice, fat shaming, lack of diversity among body representation, limited

Language & Social Justice TALKS: Guest Speaker Cece Cutler

Language & Social Justice TALKS is a series of public talks designed to provide a space for open dialogue, and examine the relationship between language, identity, and social justice. Language & Social Justice TALKS: Guest Speaker Cece Cutler (Associate Professor, City University of New York)

Global Dialogues Opening Reception & Pierogi Party!

The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) at NSSR cordially invites you to the Opening Reception for our 2018 Global Dialogues Fellows on Thurs. 2/1 @ 6:30pm!  In addition to welcoming them, it will be a great time for TCDS alumni and faculty to come

Personal Branding Workshop – Wed. 1/31

You came to The New School because you had a goal or mission. How can your personal brand help express your core values? What differentiates you from others who do the same thing that you do? Who is your target audience? Who are you not?

Doc Talk Screening and Q & A: Escapes

The term ‘cinephilia’ underlies the passion for cinema that imbues filmmaker Michael Almereyda’s essay portrait of actor and Hollywood storyteller Hampton Fancher in this formally intriguing, mischievous montage portrait of the Quixote-like figure who wrote the original screenplays for both the original Blade Runner and

Black Brazilian Cinema – Friday, Dec. 8

You are invited to celebrate an evening of Black Brazilian Cinema this Friday night at 7:00pm at auditorium 404 at 66 West 12th Street. The event is hosted by Peter Lucas of GPIA, three seminal films made by Black Brazilian directors will showcase the tradition

Film Screening of Kartini at The New School

The Indonesian Film Forum New York and Global Engagement and International Support Services will present Kartini, a film by Hanung Bramantyo. When: Friday, December 8th, 2017. Doors open at 6:30PM Where: The Auditorium – Johnson/Kaplan Hall. The New School. 66 W 12th St, NY The

A Seat at the Table – Dec. 8

Students of color are invited for “A Seat at the Table”, on December 8 @ University Center (UL102) from 6:30 -08:30PM. This event has been organized by SJC Co-Chair, PHA and Parsons student, Carmela Wilkins.

GIDEST Seminar, December 1—Tanya Kalmanovitch

The GIDEST lab (Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography & Social Thought) is hosting a discussion with 2017-18 GIDEST Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at Mannes School of Music, Tanya Kalmanovitch, of her multimedia theatrical performance “The Tar Sands Song Book.” It will take place in room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue, on Friday, December 1. Seminar participants are asked to prepare

ULC Citing 101 Workshop

n Wednesday November 29th from 1pm-2:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering their last workshop of the semester: Citing 101.  This workshop will provide a guide through the three main citation styles (Chicago, MLA, and APA).  They will demonstrate how to cite quotes and paraphrases within a paper, as

XReality Center Opening at The New School

We are pleased to share recent advancements to elevate and integrate Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality (AR/VR) and other related technologies into our teaching, learning, and research at The New School by announcing the opening of the XReality Center, a university-wide resource located in a new