This Is What Girlhood Looks Like Exhibition + Book Launch Party! Tuesday, Nov. 12 |6-8p.m. The New School | 63 5th Ave. downstairs in Starr Foundation Hall What does it mean to be an 18-year-old girl around the world? We asked young women photographers to
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS ARONSON GALLERIES, 66 5TH AVENUE DEADLINE NOVEMBER 1, 2019 The call for proposals is open to all New School students, faculty, and staff. All proposals must be submitted through this online form.
Explore the Future of Jewelry Making Inspired by the exhibition Non-Stick Nostalgia: Y2K Retrofuturism in Contemporary Jewelry, two studio workshops with MAD Artists Studio alumni highlight the exciting potential of wearable interactives and repurposed materials in jewelry. June 15, designer and musician Emiko Shinozaki will lead
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NOFLASH VIDEO SHOW 2019 PRESS RELEASE Based in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the third annual NOFLASH Video Show is coming up May 3-5, 2019. Dedicated to showcasing ambitious new works by emerging filmmakers and time-based artists, NOFLASH 2019 will feature 29 works from 11 countries,
Media Studies faculty member Shannon Mattern has published a new short essay on the Kavanaugh-Blasey Ford hearing and its telegenic furnishings: desks, chairs, and hideous sconces. You’ll find “Testimonial Tables” in Avery Shorts, an email-based short-form publication from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and
Programmed: Conserving Concepts Thursday, October 18, 2018 6:30 PM in the Lecture Hall The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University 1 East 78th Street Seating in the Lecture Hall is on a first-come, first-served basis with RSVP. Seating is limited. There will be a simulcast
Media Studies faculty member Shannon Mattern has written the opening catalog essay for Everything Happens So Much, an exhibition at the London Design Festival that explores the politics of networked technologies. In addition, she’ll be the first 2018-19 speaker in Columbia University’s Theory and History of
Derrick Adams: Sanctuary opens January 25! Don’t miss this much-anticipated solo exhibition, which consists of a new body of work by Adams inspired by The Negro Motorist Green Book (1936-66), an annual guidebook that helped black road-trippers avoid the dangers, injustices, and racial violence of segregation. The exhibition
Design for the Displaced Thursday, September 7, 2017 | 6:30 to 8 pm The Theater at MAD $10 General Admission / $5 Members and Students Join us on September 7 at 6:30 pm for a panel discussion with artists and designers Alaa Balkhy, Rima Massasati, Sara Rahbar, and Céline
About Rachel Frank uses sculpture, video, and performance to explore the tensions between the natural world and the human-made, the animal and the political, and the past and the present. Themes of environmentalism and social justice are examined through narratives focused on memory, natural history,
Thursdays with Kathleen McDermott Kathleen McDermott combines craft and sculpture techniques with open-source electronic experiments to build video-based narratives of a strange future. While at MAD, McDermott will explore the relationship between robots and protest. About Kathleen McDermott combines craft and sculpture techniques with open-source
About the Exhibition Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound is a multi-component exhibition featuring interactive installations, immersive environments, and performing objects that explore how the ephemeral and abstract nature of sound is made material. At a time when so much visual information is being dispatched,
In an era increasingly defined by the ubiquity of visual information—from the billions of photos posted each day on social media to ever more omniscient techniques for surveilling bodies and crowds—vision is no longer merely a human ability, but a set of practices employed by