Stareable Fest is one of the top web series and indie TV festivals in the country, taking place July 19-21st at the Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn, NYC and includes: Screenings of the best web series and digital content in 2019 A keynote on “The state
SMS faculty member Christiane Paul recently gave keynote on Lives of Net Art at Tate Modern in London. Her exhibition “Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies, 1965-2018” and its centerpiece by Nam June Paik were covered by The New York Times. WNYC’s Science Friday also featured
Faculty member Christiane Paul was quoted in a January New York Times’ article on the Wrong Biennial. She also gave a keynote at the Becoming Digital conference at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a talk in The School of Art at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
Media Studies faculty member Shannon Mattern will take place in a “curated conversation” with various artists and designers as part of the lead-up to the 2018 Lahore Biennale. In addition, she’ll be delivering a keynote address at the “Mapping in Arts and Humanities Research” symposium
As you’ve probably heard, this years IDC (Interactive Design and Children) event will be held here in New York, co-sponsored by The New School and Sesame Workshop. Nitin Sawhney has been working tirelessly to put this event together, and you can read more at the