Christiane Paul participated in the panels VR Art: past to present, with a look at the future at Medientage Munich and From Dartmouth to Singularity – The Evolution of AI at the Vancouver Biennial and delivered the McKinney Visiting Artist Lecture at the University of Indiana at Bloomington. She is presenting
Hosted by Michelle Materre, Associate Professor, Media Studies, The New School and Founder/Producer of Creatively Speaking and the Creatively Speaking team. “What Doesn’t Kill You, Makes You Blacker” with special guest Damon Young Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 7:00PM EDT *This is a free event but
Professor Sonja Bozic won the Fall edition of the Femme Future Grant from the Kaleidoscope platform for her VR project Chocolate Milk. The grant is comprised of a monetary part, an HP headset and Novelab collaboration.
10 Great Political Movie Recommendations from Faculty at the School of Media Studies As we head into the final days before the November elections, we asked faculty from the School of Media Studies at the Schools of Public Engagement to share compelling narrative and documentary movies about politics. Click here for
SMS Faculty Neyda Martinez recently participated on a panel at the American Association for State and Local Histories 2020. The topic was Inner-City Neighborhoods: Holistic Inclusion in Arts and History, and her contributions focused on the documentary film she produced, Decade of Fire.