The 40th International Film Festival Ekotopfilm 2013 will be held in October 7 – 11, 2013 in the capital city of Bratislava, Slovak Republic. Learn more about submitting your film here.
Call for Papers! State Policy and the Cultural Politics of Heritage-Making in East and Southeast Asia
The International Institute for Asian Studies cordially invites you to engage in a discussion of the role of the state and its international extensions (like UNESCO, Asian Development Bank, World Bank) in determining which cultural attributes are considered “legitimate” in the articulation, preservation and promotion
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 produce sounds
Stretching The Screen – 15th Annual Cinema Conference, SFSU, October 17th – 19th, 2013 Presented by: Cinema Studies Graduate Student Association, San Francisco State University Keynote Speaker: Kriss Ravetto, Associate Professor of Technocultural Studies, UC Davis Contact email: CSGSA@mail.sfsu.edu Website: http://userwww.sfsu.edu/cinegsa/Home.html This conference will seek
The second annual CBGB Film and Music Festival is seeking reliable, enthusiastic, and dedicated individuals to participate in the launch of our up and coming YouTube Channel, beginning in June. We are looking for people skilled in the area of digital media technology to form
Submissions are now open for the 7th Annual Mono No Aware exhibition, to take place December 6th & 7th, 2013 at LightSpace Studios in Brooklyn, NY. Open to all artists; filmmakers, performers, poets, musicians – who incorporate Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as
The Democracy Now! Archive is looking for interns for summer 2013. The internship program is structured for students and individuals interested in gaining hands on experience in the field of audiovisual archiving and preservation. Interns build skills and become familiar with practical applications of those
“HEY BARTENDER” The story of the Bartender in the Era of the craft cocktail June 7th-June 9th Village East Cinema 2nd Ave & 12th St Visit the for the film here And the facebook page here
Boutique farm to table catering company and private dining host is looking for a social media/marketing interns to photograph events (simple snapshots) generate consistent and “on brand” content to post on facebook/instagram/pintrest. Will also draft copy for promotional events, create (e)mailers for seasonal catering packages
The Manhattan Edit Workshop is hosting an event called Inside the Cutting Room on Saturday, June 8th. It is a celebration of the art of film editing, including VFX and sound design, and will feature many award-winning professionals working in the industry today. More information on the
The Foundation Course for the GPIA Media and Culture concentration will be offered in the summer session which begins the week of June 3rd. This course is being offered to Media Studies students as a general elective, and will be taught by Prof. Nina Khrushcheva.
Dr. Montello, head of the Creative Arts Therapy Certificate Program at The New School, is currently looking for someone with web skills. Wanted: A website designer with strong SEO skills and viral marketing experience for website redesign project for a Wellness Company. If you’re interested,
Looking for eager, committed interns to work in development and production on new documentary television programs for Jigsaw Productions (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: Smartest Guys in the Room, Catching Hell). Position: 2-3 days/week. Project description: New York City-based Jigsaw Productions is headed by
Call for Teaching Assistant applications for the Understanding Media Studies Media Design/Audio and Acoustic Environments work group. Qualifications and requirements as well as the details of the application process can be found below. Please note that the priority deadline for this opportunity will be on
Interested students should feel free to email the instructor, Matthew Melucci, with any questions. SUMMER 2013 Media Managment Course NMDM 5330 – Understanding and Developing New Media Systems CRN 1975 – Online Instructor: Matthew Melucci This is a studio-based course conducted as an internship/externship and designed
Filmmaker Odalis Hernández is looking for a Director of Photography and a Sound Technician (who both have their own equipment) for a webseries project called “Thru 25,” which tells the story of a group of young people trying to navigate through their mid twenties in
New School alum Linda Simidian’s private media training consultancy, Get to the Point, is seeking a partnership with a student who can design, build out and update a prototype web or blogsite in responsive form for all platforms. Several pages and functions are planned including
Three evenings of original student doc shorts May 28 – 30 at 7pm The Graduate Certificate in Documentary Media Studies is proud to present its seventh annual festival of short films made by the students in the class of 2013. Each work is the result
INTERACT 2013 is a day-long forum on how we structure and facilitate cross-divisional, multi-year collaborations that are socially just, meaningful and effective. INTERACT is co-sponsored by the University Social Innovation Committee. INTERACT 2013 will be held Saturday May 18, from 9:30 – 5:00 in the Theresa Lang
2013 Thesis Presentations Friday, May 17 2013 2:00 – 7:00pm Location: 66 W 12th St, Room 404 Please join us for thesis presentations by 2013 graduating students! Students will each give 15-minute overviews of their written and production projects, accompanied by audio-visuals and followed by
Produced by students in the Tuesday evening section of Media Practices: Concepts, Mapping Union Square is an online culture magazine and blog featuring media essay segments on the history and contemporary activities occurring in Union Square Park, NYC. The site is still receiving final touches but we
The Communication and External Affairs department at the New School is looking for a temporary digital asset coordinator to assist with the creation of the 2013 Parsons Festival Thesis website. The coordinator will work under the supervision of Special Projects Manager in the data management
Akram Zaatari, distinguished Media Studies alum from Beirut, Lebanon, has a one-man show of his recent media art at the Museum of Modern Art. Projects 100: Akram Zaatari opened on May 11 and will be on exhibition until September 23 and can be found on
Tropfest, the world’s largest short film festival, returns to New York on June 22! After a hugely successful debut in 2012, which saw a crowd of 10,000+ for a summer day/night filled with music, films and entertainment, Tropfest will once again bring its unique film
The Foodie event is called The Sweet + Salty Soiree™ and this will be the first one. It’s a 2-hour event, and an intern is needed to capture the heart of the event and share those moments in about 30-45 seconds. This internship is paid
Audubon Society Public Service Announcement College Credit Internships: Film + Sound + Lighting + Editing + Actor Description: Help create a public service announcement for New York Audubon Society. Subject is mostly on migrating birds that fly over New York City distracted by city lights.
Shannon Mattern will be giving two talks in Scandinavia next week. Hearing Urban Infrastructures: A Sonic Archaeology of the Media-City HUMlab, Umeå University, Sweden May 13, 1:15 – 3:00pm For over a century, scholars and designers have acknowledged the existence of a spatial form commonly
Christiane Paul will be giving a keynote at the 100 Years of Abstract Art: Theory and Practice conference, May 8-11 at Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany this week. She will also be guest faculty in the Media Art Histories program at the Danube University, Krems, Austria.
Asian Student Society of The New School presents Towards Peace in East Asia: A Discussion on the history of political tensions on the Korean Peninsula and the Application of Orientalist traditions by American culture. Join us for a panel discussion on the current military and
The Communications and External Affairs Department (CEA) plays a key role in advancing The New School’s bold mission as a comprehensive publicity, promotion, writing, design, and digital media resource. CEA’s Office of Public Relations works with key media to raise awareness about the university, manages