Formalism and Its Discontents, An Interdisciplinary Conference Center for Cultural Analysis, Rutgers University, 23-24 February, 2017 With keynote presentations by: Caroline Levine Professor of English and David and Kathleen Ryan Professor of Humanities Cornell University Author of Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network (Princeton University Press,
Updates from Media Studies Professor Amir Husak! Media Studies Professor, Amir Husak, released a a book that he edited together with Irfan Hosic, an art historian and professor based in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The 226-pages-long publication is titled “Crisis, Art, Action” (“Kriza, Umjetnost, Akcija” in orig.) and
The New School is renewing its historic commitment to continuing education through the creation of Open Campus. This strategic step will contribute to the development of our university in important ways: diversifying revenue streams to alleviate pressure on core programs; opening up access to new
Media Studies Professor, Christiane Paul is participating in the panels New Ways to See: Digital Art Criticism Now at the Whitney Museum and Public/Private | Debating Disruption: Has Technology Really Changed the Artworld? at Art Basel Miami this week.
#NODAPL: A Teach-In for Standing Rock EVENT IS SOLD OUT. PLEASE VIEW ON LIVESTREAM: https://livestream.com/TheNewSchool/A-Teach-In-For-Standing-Rock Friday, December 2, 2016 3:00–6:00 p.m. The Auditorium Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 West 12th Street New York, NY 10011 Check out the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1015111535267420/
The 22nd Annual Nantucket Film Festival has opened film submissions for its 2017 festival. The festival is rich in history with a focused mission to promote the cultural awareness and appreciation of the art of screenwriting in the world of cinema. For more information, visit the
Oaxaca FilmFest is proud to Present the Feature Script Concept Challenge. This event includes $15,000 worth of cash and prizes! FIRST PRIZE: $3,500 USD plus trip for two persons to Oaxaca FilmFest 2017 SECOND PRIZE: $1,500 USD plus trip for one person to Oaxaca FilmFest 2017 THIRD PRIZE: Trip
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate outstanding teachers for the Distinguished Teaching Award and for the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching. The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes faculty across the university for excellence in teaching. The Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching recognizes faculty members who actively promote social justice through their teaching. You
Call for submissions for “Responsible Robotics” edition of the Journal of Ethics and Information Technology.
Call for Papers for a Special Issue with Ethics and Information Technology on “Responsible Robotics” Ethics and Information Technology is calling for the submission of papers to be considered for inclusion in a Special Issue on the responsible use of robotics to be edited by Aimee
Femme Fantastic: The Carnal Screen Wednesday, December 7th @ 7pm Ludlow House 139 Ludlow Street Limited seating. RSVP REQUIRED. RSVP to email@example.com Free Admission! Sexy films produced and directed by three local artists: Peggy Ahwesh, Katherine Bauer and MM Serra. This program of films will
Faculty member Shannon Mattern published a new article on spatial archives, map libraries, and the roles of archivists and librarians in protecting our information. Take a look. Public In/Formation
Join Manhattan Edit Workshop at their upcoming evening event, Sight, Sound & Story: The Art of Cinematography, on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 from 5pm to 8:30pm at NYIT Auditorium on Broadway. Sight, Sound & Story: The Art of Cinematography will explore the challenges of storytelling from
Media Studies professor, Joel Schlemowitz will present an anaglyph 3D performance for overhead projectors with Victrola soundtrack on Friday Nov 18th at Microscope Gallery as part of the Whitney Museum’s Dreamlands exhibition. Joel Schlemowitz’s new performance, Kannon, Goddess of Mercy, unifies various practices, technologies, instruments,
Media Studies professor, Peter Asaro, was quoted in this Inverse article about autonomous weapons. View full article: https://www.inverse.com/article/22530-army-drone-tanks
View interview here.: https://www.facebook.com/SchoolOfMediaStudies?ref=hl
Media Studies professor, Peter Asaro was quoted in a Seeker article about the Ethics of A.I. at conference at NYU on October 19. View the article or watch the livestream of his talk at NYU here. He was also mentioned in the Scientific American blog. Read
THE HARROW, a film Co-Produced and Edited by Part-Time Associate Teaching Professor William Pace, is premiering Nov. 3 at 6:00 pm at the Big Apple Film Festival at the Village East Cinemas on 2nd Ave. The film stars Maggie Geha, who is the new Poison Ivy on the
Media Studies faculty member, Mort Scharfman has established a new production company under which he has written and directed and co-produced a pilot episode of a sitcom with integrated brands and product placement being considered by cable channels and optioned by one, and also soon to
Media Studies Professor, Kathy Brew helped organize a screening event for visual artist, Marshall Reese and Antoni Muntadas at the SVA Theatre. For 32 years, artists Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese have been compiling a history of presidential campaign spots following the evolution of political advertising
Facebook Live Faculty Interview Series! Up next is Media Management Professor, Peter Harotonik. Check out facebook.com/SchoolofMediaStudies.
The Crown Heights Film Festival (CHFF) on October 28 & 29 will bring exceptional local and international short film to Central Brooklyn audiences. The festival showcases a curated selection of short films: narratives, animation, documentaries, and cross-disciplinary/experimental films. CHFF’s mission is to provide a voice and opportunities for filmmakers in
Media Studies faculty member, Leslie McCleave will screen her feature documentary How Sweet the Sound — The Blind Boys of Alabama this Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 3pm at the Margaret Mead Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History. More info on the Margaret Mead Film
Media Studies Professor, Peter Asaro was interviewed by a Vice reporter on the Singularity: http://www.vice.com/read/how-scared-should-i-be-of-the-singularity
Faculty member Shannon Mattern was invited to take part in the University of Minnesota College of Design’s Resilient Infrastructures speaker series. She presented “Mining Spatial Archives” — which examined how cities curate open data sets and map libraries, and promote civic data literacies — in
Media Studies Faculty member, Peter Asaro was interviewed by Victor Scheinman for the IEEE Robotics History Project and was cited by the New York Times in Victor Scheinman obituary : http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/22/technology/victor-scheinman-dead.html The video is here: https://ieeetv.ieee.org/history/robotics-history-narratives-and-networks-oral-histories-vic-scheinman?rf=series|5
NYC PREMIERE SCREENINGS! Filmmaker, Joel Schlemowitz in person! 78rpm by Joel Schlemowitz 98 min, 16mm-to-digital Fri Oct 14, Sat Oct 15, Sun Oct 16 at 7:30 nightly Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Avenue (at E 2nd St.) New York, NY 10003 anthologyfilmarchives.org Media Studies faculty
Media Stuides Professor, Peter Asaro was quoted in this CNBC article this week: http://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/15/pentagon-says-killer-robots-have-no-place-in-us-military.html He was also on The Morning News with Dave Ross on KIRO, the CBS radio affiliate in Seattle, but there is no web link for that.
Space Invaders: Diaries of Radical Empathy invites all city circulators and mavens of transportation to compose and submit a two-minute video of radical empathy. Envision the city from a mode of travel you never take, or can’t stand to try. Or try to get from
An international symposium co-sponsored by MA Design Studies program, Parsons School of Art and Design History and Theory, and The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies, New School for Social Research Making Home in Wounded Places: Memory, Design, and the Spatial March 3-4, 2017 Our cultural, political and physical
Applications due 9/25 – Five filmmakers will be selected to workshop their documentary rough cuts in an intimate lab facilitated by editor Carla Gutierrez, with Kathleen Lingo joining as guest for final crit. DCTV’s Docu Work-In-Progress Lab is a triannual program that supports select filmmakers