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Pixar Info Session at TNS

Pixar Learn more about internships at Pixar. They have internships available in: *Animation *Story (Illustrators/storyboarding) *Art (Character design, Sets design and Graphics) *Public Relations *Marketing *Media Systems *Archives *Studio Tools/Research *Technical Director Thursday, February, 13th 2:50-3:50pm Theresa Lang Center (55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor) RSVP

Apply to be a Festival Graduate Fellow AT FLEFF

2014 Festival Fellows Program April 3-6 2014 The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival(FLEFF) Fellows program brings outstanding graduate students of color enrolled in Ph.D. programs to campus during the festival to immerse in screenings, lectures, workshops, master classes, concerts, and events within an engaging, interdisciplinary, think-tank environment. The festival

Call for Entries: Bad Film Fest

Festival of “Bad” Short Films Slated for April 11-12, 2014 in New York City (NEW YORK, NY) The Bad Film Fest, created as a supportive, fun and inclusive environment for aspiring artists to present their short films, is accepting submissions. Presented as an extension of

BECOMING MORE VISIBLE Funded

We are pleased to announce that Pamela French’s documentary BECOMING MORE VISIBLE, a film about the plight of homelessness amongst transgender teens, has just met it’s Kickstarter campaign goal.  Congratulations to Pamela, and thank you to all who donated. There is still time, however, to

Excommunication book launch

Please join us to celebrate the launch of Excommunication: Three Inquiries in Media and Mediation, by Alexander Galloway, Eugene Thacker & McKenzie Wark published by the University of Chicago Press Wednesday, 12th February 6.00PM-8.30PM The Hirschorn Room, Arnhold Hall The New School, 55 West 13th Street (near

ART THERAPY/OPEN ART STUDIO SPRING 2014

ART THERAPY Love to create? Miss making art for fun or self-discovery? Dread critiques?  Take part in a 10-week journey of uninhibited and non-judgmental creative expression Join the New School’s resident Art Therapist, Kate McIntosh,in SPRING ART THERAPY GROUP Must attend 6 out of the

Call for Entries: Uni Shorts 2014

JUST A REMINDER we are Calling for Entries for Uni Shorts 2014 and the Early Bird deadline is approaching on 28 February. Don’t miss out! Last year’s festival in Auckland saw a record number of international entries and a new category for New Zealand Secondary School film-makers. This year’s festival

Poetic Computing

Montfort will describe how computation has been used to implement theories from the humanities and artistic practices, yielding new insights and new types of artistic and literary work. Just as an architect may build a model of a building out of wood, and just as

Join the NSPE Community

Join the NSPE community as we serve the greater New York City community the weekend of March 7th!Check it out here! Students, faculty, staff and alumni will come together to assist a variety of notable nonprofit organizations from all over the city. Participating Organizations: Build it Green! NYC, Sanctuary For

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’

Youth Bike Summit

The Youth Bike Summit is an annual three-day national conference bringing together educators, advocates, activists, students, teenagers, practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and community leaders to engage around youth, bicycles, education, and advocacy. We bring people together from different disciplines and backgrounds to network, learn, and

NSPE’s Volunteer Weekend!

This annual, 3-day, student-led event offers students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the New School for Public Engagement (NSPE) fun opportunities to volunteer with nonprofit organizations all over New York City. With this weekend we intend to : Build a strong community at NSPE through

Internship Opportunity

The Turner Group Film Marketing & Outreach Internship Program The Turner Group is a New York based full service marketing agency providing entertainment marketing, digital and social media, experiential design and production, film festival consulting, programming and curation. The Turner Group Internship Program will give

Call for Submissions

Call for Papers International Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IJHSS) ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221- 0989 (Online) International Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IJHSS) is an open access, peer-reviewed and refereed international journal published by Center for Promoting Ideas, USA. The main objective of

Engaged Lives

The New School for Public Engagement’s “Engaged Lives” is a series of conversations with alumni about their lives, work, and New School experience. Join Stephan Said, MA, International Affairs, Milano and BA, School of Undergraduate Studies, in conversation with New School for Public Engagement Executive

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Job Opportunity

Manager of Public Affairs Job Details LOGO (http://www.logotv.com/about/), the top ad-supported entertainment network for gays, their families and friends, is looking for a driven, culturally-savvy and entrepreneurial pro-social champion to help lead the network’s public affairs efforts.  Established as a leading gay culture entertainment destination,

Internship Opportunity: Loki Films

Loki Films is in production on a new programs for PBS and a short film for the Tribeca Film Festival. Other projects may be in development and/or production at the time of the internship. We are looking for smart, dedicated, tech-savvy interns who are interested