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Light & Shadow Filmmaking Workshop

LIGHTING WORKSHOP Light & Shadow: Lighting Boot Camp is an intensive 2-day, HANDS-ON workshop for filmmakers who want to learn fast, practical and efficient lighting techniques with small crew, less time, and little equipment without sacrificing quality. When: MAR. 8-9 (Sat & Sun) 9:30 am

Triple Canopy Summer Intensive

Summer Intensive June 16–27, 2014 Apply online through April 7 Triple Canopy is pleased to announce its first Summer Intensive, a two-week program in the history and contemporary practice of publication, for twelve higher-level college students, graduate students, and recent college graduates. We invite applications

Oral History Summer School 2014

Oral History Summer School returns for its third year in June 2014 (June 13-July 1) with the purpose of training an international group of professionals––writers, social workers, radio producers, artists, teachers, human rights workers, among others––to make use of Oral History in their documentary and

Top TV Writers Talk at The Diana Center

On February 26th, Christina Kallas, a media studies faculty, will be moderating a panel on TV writing in the Diana Center of Columbia/Barnard. Invited writers are; Terence Winter, Eric Obermyer and Tom Fontana, three of the writers included in her new book ‘Inside the Writers’

ULC Workshop, Making Sense of Difficult Texts, 11/21 @ 12pm

On Thursday November 21 at 12pm, the University Learning Center is hosting a workshop entitled “Making Sense of Difficult Texts.” Participants will learn skills and strategies to critically engage with readings and more easily interpret concepts found both within and between the lines. Email to reserve a

Postcards Post-Sandy

Postcards Post-Sandy, a collaborative digital storytelling site produced by students, faculty and community in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, was funded by a generous Civic Engagement Grant awarded by the New School for Public Engagement to expand the archive this Spring and Summer.  This presentation

Feet in 2 Worlds journalism workshop

Call for Applications An intensive weekend workshop for ethnic and community media journalists on audio, photography and online storytelling November 1 – 3, 2013 at The New School Presented by Feet in 2 Worlds in cooperation with Application deadline: Wednesday, Oct. 16 For reporters and editors looking for new

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Marketing Workshop

Mastering Marketing Learn how to get the best customers for your business!! When you start a new business, you need to become visible and attractive to your target customers. What do you do to catch their attention? What do you need to tell them so

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Pronunciation Classes Available

Pronunciation Classes for International Students Are you an international student struggling with American English pronunciation? Tired of people asking you to repeat yourself or misunderstanding what you say? Then the FREE Pronunciation Workshop at the University Learning Center is for YOU!   – train your muscles to correctly

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Fall 2013 Academic Calendar Holiday Changes

Holidays  Rosh Hashanah: Wednesday, September 4th (no classes that begin 3:50 PM or after) Thursday, September 5th (no classes all day) Yom Kippur: Friday, September 13th (no classes that begin 3:50 PM or after) Saturday, September 14th (no classes all day) Thanksgiving: Wednesday, November 27th through Sunday, December 1st   Rescheduled Days: The following

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Still Looking For A Class to Take This Semester?

Here are some of the exciting classes we are offering this semester that still have seats available: Urban Media Archaeology Instructor: Shannon Mattern Wednesday 7:00-9:45pm Have you ever wondered where the Internet “lives” — where its wires and storage facilities reside behind the city’s closed

SUMMER WORKSHOPS: Oral History Summer School

This immersive summer workshop is a rigorous introduction to the field of Oral History, in the beautiful Hudson Valley. Oral History Summer School was established in Hudson, New York in 2012 to train an international group of students to make use of Oral History in their documentary and artistic practices.


Queer Urban Geographies Independent Study & Collaboration April 6th conference in NYC | May 26th-June 1st workshop in Paris, France Deadline to apply: Friday, March 22nd @ 12pm 6-8 students will be chosen to participate in a very special collaborative, field-work & design workshop to interrogate


Friday March 15th, 8:00PM 55 West 13th Street, Room 304 BETA sessions are opportunities for Media Studies students to discuss their media works in progress and receive feedback on their installations, web-based, gaming, locative and sound projects. (BETA is not meant for screening of Film/video

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CENCOM at The New School

Tuesday, March 05, 2013 6:00 p.m. Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor The Center for Communication at The New School will host back-to-back panels on corporate communications and entertainment PR.Entertainment PR: Generating Buzz           6:00 p.m. to

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Summeracademy Ramallah: August 13 – September 3, 2013

We proudly present the program of Summeracademy Ramallah 2013. Visual Art Workshop Daily life in Ramallah – 24/7 Ramallah   Aug 13 – Sep 3, 2013   Tobias Hammerle, Media Artist Nabila Irshaid, Visual Artist Visit our freshly issued website and please circulate!

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University Learning Center – Time Management Workshop

On Thursday, February 7th, at 12pm, the University Learning Center is offering a workshop on time management, with a special emphasis on the writing process.  The final 30 minutes of this 90-minute workshop will include an interactive schedule-blocking activity. Attendees are encouraged to bring their syllabi.  This

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Free Pronunciation Workshops

Are you an international student or faculty struggling with American English pronunciation? Do people often ask you to repeat yourself or misunderstand what you are trying to say? Then the FREE Pronunciation Workshop offered through the University Learning Center is for YOU! In this weekly

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Art Therapy Open Studios

The open art therapy studios begin next Friday, February 1and will meet every Friday from 3-4:30 through mid-May except for spring break week.  The closed 8-week art therapy group is scheduled to start on Thursday, February 21 and meets Thursday evenings from 6:30-8pm.  Both take

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Undoing Racism Workshop

Dear New School Community, Are You Challenged by How to Deal with Race Issues in Your Practice, Institution or in the Classroom? Are You Concerned about the Impact of Racism in your city and state? On behalf of Students for Social Justice, we are excited

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Music Business Now: How Music Makes Money

The Parsons Institute for Intellectual Property (PiiP) announces an evening panel presentation of industry professionals discussing how music makes money now. Since the advent of digitized music, the methods of making, using, and delivering music have grown exponentially. As a result, many royalty revenue streams and creative

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Hosted by the MFA program in Art Criticism & Writing at the School of Visual Arts, New York City, December 2, 2012 KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY NOTED WRITER AND SCHOLAR CLAIRE BISHOP How do you bring a classroom to life as if it were a work

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Spring 2013 Course – Global Exchange

Here’s a Spring 2013 course well suited for Media Studies students focusing on Media + The Urban Environment. Global Exchange W 15:50-18:30, E302 CRN 6994 Brian McGrath, Research Chair of Urban Design Parsons The New School for Design Read the full course description here

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CFP: 2013 Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play

The first ever Rutgers Media Studies Conference: Extending Play is being held April 19th and 20th, 2013 on the Rutgers University campus in New Brunswick, NJ. You can find them on Facebook at For information on topics and speakers please click more