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Writers Improv Studio Internship

Writers Improv Studio is producing a transmedia project which consists of a web series and a movie shooting in December 2012, and is currently looking for two interns, an editing intern and a social media marketing intern. The organisation: Writers Improv Studio focuses on the

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A Portrait of George Maciunas

Jeffrey Perkins is working on a new documentary and needs assistance transcribing interviews: If you’re interested, please contact Jeffrey at  jeffreyperkins@aol.com George is a documentary on the late George Maciunas. An enigmatic and mythic figure, Maciunas was born in Lithuania, in the midst of WWII. Immigrating to the United States

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Seeking an Internet & Multimedia Production Assistant

Internet & Multimedia Production Assistant We are seeking an Internet & Multimedia Production Assistant to support daily operations for a well-known media website. Relevant Work Experience:  1-2 years Career Level:  Entry Level (non-manager) Education Level:  Bachelor’s degree required Job Status:  Full Time Personality Type –

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Digital Studies / Digital Humanities Seminar

Paul Millar (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) Tom Scheinfeldt (George Mason University) Steve Brier (CUNY Graduate Center) Archiving Catastrophe: Digital Humanities & Times of Disaster Thursday May 31, 2012, 6:30pm-8:30pm Room 6496 For more on this event and the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative go to: http://cunydhi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/

The Digital Gallery, Christiane Paul

On May 17 Christiane Paul participated in a panel discussion hosted by VICE for Internet Week on the concept of the Digital Gallery. From Internet Week website: “On the one hand, the internet has expanded the potential reach for a work of art and has given

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Two Films by Carol Wilder

As part of the 2012 Joint Conference of the American Society for Cybernetics and the Bateson Idea Group held in Asilomar, CA from July 9-13, Carol Wilder will present 2 films: “In Honor of Gregory Bateson” February 1979. 28 minutes. Toasts to Gregory Bateson by

Marginalia, Shannon Mattern

Shannon Mattern published an article, “Marginalia: Little Libraries in the Urban Margins,” in Places, the online journal of architecture, landscape and urbanism. The article focuses on pop-up guerrilla libraries as a tactical urbanist effort to reclaim public space.