Hasselblad Bron Inc. is proud to announce that New York City will be the host of Shoot NYC, a free professional photography forum held on October 25 and 26, 2012 at the Terminal Building located at 608 West 28th Street New York, New
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: Urban Policy’s 40 Years Celebrated
The Vera List Center for Arts and Politics will be hosting a film screening and discussion on November 1 at 6:30 – Political Advertisement. Artists Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese will present a new installment of their twenty-eight year project of collecting and editing together
Weeks before the next U.S. presidential election, STRUGGLE, by Roger Hill, presents a close documentary study of the controversial election of 2004 when voter suppression in Ohio, the deciding swing state, helped to re-deliver the presidency to George W. Bush. Roger Hill was c0-director with
Barry Salmon will be participating in a panel discussion this Thursday – Examining the Role of Media in the Human Experience. Thursday, October 18th at 2pm Lang Student Center 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor Cosponsored by OUR HUMANITY MATTERS and The New School. From
Jessica Feldman has collaborated with designer Steven Gertner on a new installation in Petrosino Square in Soho, NY – open and on display October-November 2012. The Glass Sea is an architectural installation with looping video, audio, and texts detailing the schedules and lives of inmates
Christiane Paul will be delivering three lectures this month. On October 11, she gave a talk for the Departments of Art History and Kinetic Imaging and the Media Art & Text program at Virginia Commonwealth University. Next on October 16, she’ll be presenting at the
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Faculty Research Brownbag Series Books and Broadband: South Korea’s Paju Bookcity Talk by Shannon Mattern Tuesday, October 16 12:15-1:30pm 66 West 12th St, Orozco Room, 7th Floor Just a few miles from the demilitarized zone in South Korea a new city has arisen – a
A Student Assistant/Graphic Design position has opened up in the department for Creative Arts Therapies. The description is detailed below and pays $17/h. If interested, apply on the New School careers page: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/8692. More details after the break.
Tuesday, October 16, 6:30–8:00 p.m. The New School, Orozco Room 66 West 12th Street, 7th floor 20 Years VLC => Free Admission RSVP required at firstname.lastname@example.org Participants: Joshua Simon, 2011-2013 Vera List Center Fellow, chief curator, Bat Yam Art Museum, Israel Noam Yuran, research fellow,
Winter Film Awards Presents 48-Hour Film Challenge 2012 What Can YOU Do In Just 48 Hours? New York, NY (October 7 2012) – WINTER FILM AWARDS, a new independent Film Festival in NYC, is pleased to challenge the local community to create a short film
Dear Prospective IFP Participants, The application deadline for the International Field Program is this Friday October 12. To apply you will need to complete our online application. This week we will be offering additional IFP information sessions by appointment. Appointments are available on the following
Announcing Internship Opportunity at Independent Film Production Company! NYC based film production company is seeking production intern to assist with exciting new documentary film focusing on Orthodox Jews supporting the Palestinian struggle for justice. Responsibilities may include assisting with editing, archival research, grassroots outreach, fundraising
PGA New Media Council East and The School of Media Studies present ‘Political New Media Site Producers: Gaining Traffic, Shaping Opinions’ Wednesday, October 17, 2012 7:00 to 9:00 PM The emergence of powerful political voices in the new media world has shifted the balance of
Arcade Publishing presents the collected works of E.M. Cioran, to be released throughout the upcoming year, with Forewords by Eugene Thacker. Eugene Thacker has written the Forewords to the collected works of E.M. Cioran, to be released throughout this coming year by Arcade Publishing. Cioran
Rosario Garcia Montero’s (MA 2005) feature film Las malas intenciones (Bad Intentions) has been submitted by Peru for consideration as Best Foreign Film to The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences. Since its premiere in 2011 in Berlin, the film has won a number
The Student Services Announcements site has been updated with upcoming events and announcements. You can view it at: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/ss-announcements. We have added a page for Conferences and Lectures and a page for Student Discounts and Offers. Please share these messages with students, faculty and staff.
Wednesday, October 10, 6:15pm NYU Tisch School of the Arts Department of Cinema Studies 721 Broadway, 6th Floor, Michelson Theater This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited and is available first-come, first-served. This talk entertains the conceptual im/possibility of the
We are seeking a student who may be interested in a paid webpage design task.The website will focus on sustainable development research. The project is to be led by Professor Shagun Mehrotra’s research group at Milano. We are actively with design skills and proficiency with Photoshop, or
On October 19, the School of Media Studies, the India-China Institute, Parsons The New School for Design, and International Student Services will present an all-day program featuring documentary exploring the collective memory of the Great Chinese Famine as told by villagers who survived. The
Anna Baltzer, Noam Chomsky and Norman Finkelstein, each a leading commentator on the Israel/Palestine conflict, together span three generations of struggle for a just peace in the Middle East. In this public forum, moderated by Adam Shatz, they discuss the possibility that increasing awareness of
Pro+agonist: The Art of Opposition Join Cornel West, Graham Burnett, Saskia Bos, Jill Magid, Carl DiSalvo, McKenzie Wark, Mendi+Keith Obadike, Cristina Goberna and Urtzi Grau, Anjum Asharia, and Marisa Jahn for an event rife with pleasurable and productive friction. Building off of a highly agonistic
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,
gnovis is Georgetown’s online peer-reviewed journal devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture and technology. Published electronically each semester, its mission is to present a forum in which graduate students from around the globe may share cutting edge research on the role
As part of their upcoming documentary festival, PaleyDocFest 2012, the Paley Center for Media’s will be showing the film Let Fury Have the Hour. Special Offer – $10 tickets to any DocFest event, tix include Q&A + wine bar reception Use Code: PaleyDocs http://www.paleycenter.org/paleydocfest2012 Here is the event page: http://www.paleycenter.org/paleydocfest-df2012-let-fury-have-the-hour IN
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 at email@example.com. Click below for links to articles.
There are two work study positions available at Parsons: Project Assistant/Parsons/Civic Engagement and Research Assistant for Art & Design History and Theory course, “Homo-Normativity and the American Ideal” The posting details can be found below. If you are looking for a work study placement and are
Symphony Space is a multidisciplinary performing arts center on the Upper West Side offering an eclectic mix of events in literature, music, theater, film, dance, and family shows. The internship is focused on using social media tools to increase the visibility and traffic of the
On October 18 Feet in 2 Worlds/The Center for NYC Affairs will host an event at The New School to examine the critical role that Latino voters are expected to play in this year’s presidential election. “The Economy vs. Immigration: What Will Unlock the Latino Vote” is