The Best Indie Films are Coming to NYC on May 9 The 2018 NYC Independent Film Festival will present 250 indie films. Our selection below includes the hilarious comedy sketch Latino Vortex and the deeply moving documentary The Last Goldfish, which follows the filmmaker’s search for her lost
Come Play with our VHS Archive Mon, Apr 9, 2018, 6:30 PM | Rooms 9206 & 9207 Join the VHS Archives working group, who will be presenting select VHS video clips that depict the group’s interests in video, queer (of color) feminist bodies and sexuality,
On May 3 at 6.30pm, we will be screening Disaster Capitalism, a powerful documentary on a six-year investigation by a best-selling journalist and author, Antony Lowenstein, into how aid dollars are spent. The film tracks the ramifications of disaster capitalism in Afghanistan, Haiti, and Papua New Guinea.
May Events Upcoming events this May highlight critical and creative work exploring: the visibility of research in exhibition-making institutions; habitation in a period of climatic upheaval; Victorian ecological discourse and ecocriticism; the legendary CUNY teacher, activist, and poet June Jordan’s life, work, and legacy; PSC-CUNY members
Gun Reform in Black & White: Student Activism and #NeverAgain brings together white student activists from Parkland, Florida and Black student activists from Chicago and New York to share their experiences with gun violence, activism and organizing for gun reform laws and safe communities. Participants include Amel
As part of the New School Mental Health Task Force work, our work with the JED Foundation Campus Program, and our COPES program, our resident expert on suicide and assistant director at Counseling Services, Vanessa McGann, PhD, is providing a free SafeTalk training for the
THE ABSENT STONE A film by Sandra Rozental & Jesse Lerner (La piedra ausente, Mexico/USA, 82 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) New York Premiere! Q&A with co-director Sandra Rozental In 1964, the largest carved stone of the Americas was moved from the town of San Miguel Coatlinchan
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GIDEST Presents Okwui Okpokwasili: “The Unruly Body: Perfomance Energetic Transmission, and Becoming Undone”
GIDEST Seminar Okwui Okpokwasili THE UNRULY BODY: PERFORMANCE, ENERGETIC TRANSMISSION, AND BECOMING UNDONE Friday, April 27, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue Please note: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63
GIDEST Seminar N. K. Jemisin SENTIENT ROCK PEOPLE, SOCIAL REALISM, AND YOU Friday, April 20, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue Please note: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue.
Natalia Almada’s “Everything Else”, Starring Oscar nominated Adriana Barraza, Opens Friday, May 4 at Cinema Village
One of the best films of the year —Amy Taubin, Artforum “Adriana Barraza gives a masterful performance.” —Eric Kohn, IndieWire “Spellbinding… The film is as sublime as it is subtle.” —Gary Kramer, Film International EVERYTHING ELSE A film by Natalia Almada (Todo lo demás, Mexico/USA, 98 min. In Spanish
KK de La Vida Presents “Liquid Plasticity: A Movement Prayer” at Yale Divinity School’s Graduate Conference on Religion and Ecology, Thursday, April 19
KK de La Vida, an online MA student in the Media Studies program, is excited to present “Liquid Plasticity: A Movement Prayer” at Yale Divinity School’s Graduate Conference on Religion and Ecology this Thursday, April 19, 2018. “Liquid Plasticity” is the second live iteration of “Reality
116 Cameras Film and Post-Screening Discussion at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust presents “116 Cameras “for film and post-screening discussion on Thursday, April 19, 2018 at 7:00pm. The post-screening discussion features Auschwitz survivor, Eva Schloss, and director, Davina Pardo. 116 Cameras With Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss and director Davina Pardo April 19, 2018
GIDEST Seminar Joan Jonas FROM THE IMAGINARY TO THE REAL Friday, April 13, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue CHANGE OF VENUE: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue.
Media Studies Faculty, Mario Paoli to perform at The William Carlos Williams Center for the Performing Arts
!!!WOW!!! The William Carlos Williams Center for the Performing Arts is extremely honored to have just been chosen to host Eeeem18! They hope this outstanding festival will consider the center as its home for the future!
Cinema Tropical Presents a Free Screening of “Nelson Freire” with the Acclaimed Pianist in Attendance at Americas Society
NELSON FREIRE A film by João Moreira Salles (Brazil, 2003, 102 min. In Portuguese with English subtitles) “In films such as Noticias de Uma Guerra Particular, Joao Moreira Salles has demonstrated a keen interest in examining the dark underbelly of Brazilian society. But in this, his
The San Diego International Film Festival has a great discount for students interested in submitting their films before the deadline coming up on May 1st. SDIFF now selects both High School and College level films and have special screening times on the weekends that won’t
Led by The New School’s fabulous Peer Health Advocate, Jaye Johnson, they have 2-part Casting the Circle series for Womxn, Femmes & Non-Binary or Trans Folx of All Genders. Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee & Student Health and Support Services. Part 1: Writing as
On Monday April 16th from 12pm-1:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Oral Presentations. Students will cover pre-presentation strategies, how to structure presentations, and techniques for engaging an audience with confidence. Students are strongly encouraged to bring a current presentation to practice. This workshop is open for all New School students. This workshop will
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAM). Please support the activities listed below. SAAM Altar April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAM). Teal Ribbon Campaign Get a ribbon @ tables throughout the month. The goal of SAAM is to raise awareness
Andrew Lewis, a 2012 Media Studies graduate, has a short experimental documentary, “Going to the Store,” premiering at the American Documentary Film Festival on Tuesday, April 10. Cinematography was done by 2014 Media Studies graduate, Gulab Singh. “GOING TO THE STORE is an experimental ‘hybrid’ documentary
Irish Screen America Presents NYC Screening and Director Q&A of The Drummer and The Keeper, Monday, April 16
Irish Screen America is presenting a special NYC screening and director Q&A of The Drummer and The Keeper onMonday, April 16th at Scandinavia House (58 Park Avenue New York, NY 10016) and New School students are invited. With the code ISA2018 students can get tickets at a discounted price of
Cinema | ‘The Green Book Chronicles’: Screening and Discussion with Calvin Alexander Ramsey Thursday, April 5, 2018 – 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm $10 general / $5 members and students The Theater at MAD TICKETS Co-produced by Calvin Alexander Ramsey and Becky Wible Searles (director), the
MY LAST FAILURE A film by Cecilia King (Mi último fracaso, Cecilia Kang, Argentina, 2016, 61 min. In Spanish with English subtitles New York Premiere! “There are many films piercing through Cecilia King’s first feature; there’s a film about a family (her sister, her mother, her aunt,
Students are invited to attend The New School Collaboratory Symposium on Friday, April 27, from 10am – 5pm, at the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center at 55 West 13th Street. Led by SPE Associate Dean Michele Kahane, the event will include a panel discussion, roundtable discussions, and creative interactions
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Wear spectacular costumes, direct giant puppets, marshal parade and many other tasks for CREATIVE CLIMATE ACTION – PROCESSION – LOWER EAST SIDE NYC Earth Celebrations’ ECOLOGICAL CITY is a cultural and environmental action project culminating in a 6 hour procession on Saturday May 12 from noon-6pm, connecting local initiatives to city
GIDEST Seminar Margot Bouman 1944-1988: AVANT-GARDE TELEVISION, POSTMODERNISM, AND THE EVENT Friday, March 30, 12-1:30pm Please join the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography and Social Thought in the GIDEST Lab, room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue, at 12pm on Friday, March 30, for a discussion with visual and cultural theorist Margot
On February 6, 1964 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech at The New School entitled The Summer of Our Discontent. To honor this, The New School and Project1 voice invite you to Words of Change: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the New School. The
Designing for mixed reality is a completely new experience for everyone involved, and takes some experimentation to get right. You won’t nail your first mixed reality project by relying solely on your previous mobile or web design expertise as a guide. Mixed reality requires a