WANTED: PAID WRITING / RESEARCH INTERN Brooklyn based writer, Louis Doulas, is seeking a part-time, paid, writing assistant to help with research, copyediting and administration. Candidates must demonstrate experience with a wide range of knowledge and proficiency. REQUIREMENTS Ideal candidates are proficient and knowledgeable in
In preparation for the official debut of How To Survive A Plague, the film’s distributor, has offered us a special screening for the New School community. The screening will be held at Theresa Lang Community and Student Center on Friday, September 7 at 6:30. David
Writer and Director Holly Morris is looking for Fall Intern to work on The Babushkas of Chernobyl (www.thebabushkasofchernobyl.com), an independent feature documentary in production. 2 days per week; production offices in Bam Cultural District (Fort Greene). 10 hours/ week, flexible hours. Starting immediately. Contact Holly
WEB DEVELOPMENT: We are 80% finished with an amazing new custom wordpress site, but need someone to code the finishing touches. If you or someone you know has experience with advanced CSS, PHP, and jQuery — we’d love to talk with you as we are
Read the full press release here. After its exciting premiere in 2011, featuring retrospectives of David Lynch and Jonas Mekas and including Mekas’s film My Mars Bars Movie, introduced by the filmmaker himself, the Greenpoint Film Festival returns with competitive and curated programs of cutting-edge experimental and independent films
For information about the current issue of Immediacy, visit http://immediacy.me/
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Anamesa, Fall 2012 blur boundaries, re-imagine links, explore the between Anamesa, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of graduate student writing and art based at New York University, is now accepting submissions for its Spring 2011 print issue. Current and recent graduate students across all
Read the following new blog posts on THE DEAN’S FORUM, at http://blogs.newschool.edu/deans-forum. NSPE faculty, staff, and students are urged to submit any announcements, opinions, reactions, and/or musings for posting to Blog editor Ellen White email@example.com. Click below for links to articles. Events: • NSPE Events for September 2012 • COS
SoDA and Adobe are excited to be extending the opportunity for students to push the limits of HTML creativity by submitting their most creative HTML animation work, using Adobe Edge Animate. The overall objective of the contest is to showcase the most innovative HTML work, showcase
On Thursday, September 13th, 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. The
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
CALL FOR PROPOSALS Sarai-CSDS City as Studio Associate Fellowship in: 1. Contemporary Art and Cultural Practice Fellowship amount INR 60,000 for six months, with a fully covered and compulsory studio-residency of five weeks in Delhi between January and February 2013. We will support fourteen fellowships.
Applications are now being accepted for THATCamp Theory! Media Student faculty member Shannon Mattern will be leading one of the workshops. THATCamp Theory is devoted to exploring the relations between technology and the theoretical dimensions of humanistic work. Historically, digital humanities has been characterized as hostile
Upcoming New Challenge info session dates: Sept. 4, 8-10pm, 65 W. 11th St., Lang Cafe (grad students) Sept. 12, 5-7 pm, 55 West 13 St., Hirshon Ste. 205 (undergrads) Sept. 18, 8-10pm, 6 E. 16th St., Wolff Conf. Rm. 1103 (all) Sept. 27, 8-10 pm,
Christiane Paul will be giving two talks next week in Russia. One will be at the symposium for the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial and the other at the Ural Federal University (both in Yekaterinburg).
Shannon Mattern has been appointed the new editor of The New Everyday, a multimedia journal, supported by MediaCommons. She will begin this coming Spring. The New Everyday promotes publications in-between the length of a blog post and a traditional journal article, also known as “middle
Last month at the Visual Sociology Conference in Buenos Aires, the Handbook of Participatory Video was launched. The handbook contains two chapters written by The New School’s Nitin Sawhney: Chapter 11 – Making Sense of Participatory Video: Approaches for Participatory Content Analysis Chapter 28 – New
Three Fall internship positions are available at Transit Transit News Magazine. View the internships and full descriptions here: Intern for Transit Transit News on cam reporter Intern for Transit Transit News production assistant Intern for Transit Transit News script assistant
PAID INTERNSHIP/RESEARCH ASSISTANT OPPORTUNITIES Progressive Pupil is offering paid Internships/Research Assistantships for Federal Work Study-eligible graduate students for the 2012-13 academic year. Progressive Pupil is a public engagement project headed by a professor at the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy. It
Join the NSPE community as we serve the greater New York City community the weekend of SEPTEMBER 21st AND 22nd. 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,
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Routledge Books are offering 20% off all titles through September 15th. Now until September 15th use discount code BRK72 and receive 20% off all titles. Remember, all web orders over $35 receive free shipping in the US and Canada. Have a great semester.
Eugene Thacker writes a regular column for Mute Magazine called ‘Occultural Studies.’ The past year’s articles are now available all in one place online. Here are a few samples available on Mute’s site: Melody and Melancholy – 23, August, 2012 Occult Studies 2.0: Passionate Divas – 12,
Eugene Thacker’s essay Cosmic Pessimism (pdf) is featured in the newest issue of Continent, the journal of the European Graduate School. Thacker’s text is based on a talk given last spring at the Whitney Biennial in New York.
Jessica Feldman’s work will be shown in Socrates Sculpture Park’s 2012 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition, September 9, 2012 through March 31, 2013. The show is the culmination of a residency and fellowship awarded to 15 young artists in NYC to make outdoor, public works for this
Christiane Paul’s co-authored book – with Margot Lovejoy and Victoria Vesna – Context Providers, was translated to Chinese for publication by Beijing Beepub Media & Culture Publishing Co., Ltd: Beijing, 2012 (original edition: Intellect Press, UK / University of Chicago Press 2011)
Laura Thies (MA 2008) and Mara Lesemann (BA 2007) – “Surviving Family” Featured at the Woods Hole Film Festival
“Surviving Family” is a feature film written and produced by Mara Leseman (BA 2007) and directed and edited by Laura Thies (MA 2008), both alums of The New School and the School of Media Studies. It was featured earlier this month in the Woods Hole
Communications and External Affairs seeks Student Public Relations Assistant 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
Hiltzik Strategies is a strategic communications firm representing influential corporations and individuals in media, entertainment, finance, politics, and philanthropy. The New York based firm provides a broad range of high-level communications services including strategic counsel, corporate positioning, profile management, message development, media outreach, media relations,
Want to help decide what goes into a documentary? Long time documentary filmmaker (and teacher at the New School) is making a film about how poets and singer/songwriters under thirty use their art to challenge the status quo and work for social change. We have already