FIPP WELCOMES THE NEW SCHOOL AS A MEMBER OF THE NETWORK FOR GLOBAL MEDIA FIPP – the network for global media https://www.fipp.com/, is an industry association which represents content-rich companies and individuals involved in the creation, publishing or sharing of quality content to audiences of
Top Executives, Recruiters, Journalists, and Filmmakers Diversity + Media Career Summit Friday, November 22 8:30am – 4:30pm Ford Foundation for Social Justice Center 320 E. 43rd Street New York, NY 10017 Howard Lee (Discovery), Soledad O’Brien (SOB Productions), Nilla Ali (BuzzFeed), Alex Katen-Narvell (McKinsey & Company) Antonia
New York Women in Film & Television Partners with WIF LA on NY Expansion of Sexual Harassment Help Line
Women In Film, Los Angeles (WIF LA) is expanding the services of its Sexual Harassment Help Line to New York, in partnership with New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) and The Actors Fund. The WIF LA Help Line was launched
The New School was featured on the cover of WestView News (the attached image). You can read the cover story, which includes an excerpt of A Drama in Time, Creative Writing faculty John Reed’s forthcoming book about the university, here: The New School: First Century. Over the next few months, WestView News (The Voice
The “Refugee Stories” project was created to bring a lens to the humanity of the refugee crisis. Each refugee story and experience is different; collectively, they show the resiliency and strength of the human spirit. With these interviews we are celebrating and memorializing these individual stories.
Chris Rogy, MA Media Studies ’15, and Bria Cole, MA Media Studies ’14, give an inside look at a millennial’s revival of the 1970’s classic Annie Hall in their “Reconstructing Annie.”
Chris Rogy, MA Media Studies ’15, and Bria Cole, MA Media Studies ’14, give an inside look at a millennial’s revival of the 1970’s classic Annie Hall in their “Reconstructing Annie.” Click here to read more about the film. Click here to watch the trailer.
Documentary Studies Certificate Program Alumna, Joy Ernanny’s documentary screened in Rio de Janeiro
“Unveil”, a short documentary by Joy Ernanny (Doc Studies’18) was shown in Brazil at Rio de Janeiro’s Jewish Cultural Center on December 10 for over 70 people. The film, about the first female-only beauty salon for Muslim women in New York, was received with a
SMS Open Graduate Courses for Spring 2019: – Programmatic Media & Marketing (hybrid on-site/online) – Finance for Media Managers (online) – Animals as Media (online) – Radio Experiments (online) – Media Practices: Audio – Audio Post-Production – Doc Practices & Emerging Media
Start Your Week Organized It’s always nice to start your week refreshed, organized, and ahead of your to-do list. That 10 page paper? Check. Your part in a group assignment? Check.Plans for Winter Break? Check. Tickets to our 1st Annual Diversity + Media Career Summit? Check. Whether it’s Master The Art of Social
NYU Tandon selected as operator for state-of-the-art VR/AR lab at Brooklyn Navy Yard with workforce development center at CUNY Lehman College in the Bronx. The lab will create over 500 new jobs as part of Mayor de Blasio’s New York Works plan. The lab will
The NYC Media Lab will be holding their annual Expo/ Summit at The New School on 9/20 with labs, project demos, etc. Vlad Nikolic will do the intro talk on 9/20, and 9/21; it will be held at NYU, where Maya Wiley from Milano will
Faculty Member Shannon Mattern Publishes New Article on Sound Design, Named Library Council Board President
Faculty member Shannon Mattern published a new article on the history of product sound design — from whistling tea kettles and roaring engines to crunchy snacks and beeping apps. You can find “Things That Beep: A Brief History of Product Sound Design” at avant.org. In addition,
Immediacy is a student-centered, online journal of the School of Media Studies at the New School in New York. Emphasizing the School’s philosophy for the integration of media theory, history, and myriad forms of media practice, the purpose of the journal is to provide a space
Registration is open for Fake News Horror Show!—June 7th and 8th in Downtown Brooklyn. Misinformation and computational propaganda are already a problem. New technologies may make things exponentially worse. The Fake News Horror Show! will explore worst case scenarios. New technologies are making it possible to generate new and
Faculty Member Sumita Chakravarty to receive The New School 2018 Distinguished University Teaching Awards
Faculty Member Sumita Chakravarty is one of the recipients of The New School 2018 Distinguished University Teaching Awards. This honor will be bestowed on her at Commencement on May 18, 2018.
CoLAB is a 10 month fellowship for multidisciplinary non-fiction focused on artist development and the creation of short projects working together in a group. SDL is a 5 week intensive for filmmakers with feature docs in early development that pushes their projects towards full production
UnionDocs is seeking applicants for our 5-week Summer Documentary Lab and 10-month Collaborative Studio. Both programs offer a unique platform for exploring and expanding current approaches to the documentary arts. Though meeting influential filmmakers and being in a structured space for creative practice, fellows have
International Field Program Now Accepting Applications for TNS 2018 Summer Programs in Argentina and Colombia
International Field Program is now accepting applications for The New School’s 2018 Summer Programs in Argentina and Colombia. Gain international experience in socioeconomic rights, urban and community development, labor practices, governance, human rights, and cooperative development. Through a mixture of hands-on work and an immersive educational experience,
Reserve your tickets: Derrick Adams in Conversation with Alvin Hall and Dexter Wimberly, this Thursday
In Conversation: Derrick Adams with Alvin Hall and Dexter Wimberly Thursday, February 8, 2018 – 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm $10 general / $5 members and students The Theater at MAD Join Derrick Adams for a conversation with journalist Alvin Hall exploring the artworks and
The INP is still accepting applications for The New School’s 2018 Summer Programs in South Africa and Ethiopia. Gain international experience in socioeconomic rights, urban and community development, citizenship practices, migration and refugees, governance, conflict, and peacebuilding. Through a mixture of hands-on work and an immersive educational experience, students can earn undergraduate
Film Theory faculty member, Lana Lin will be traveling to Ireland to do an exhibition at Void Gallery in Derry, Ireland. She will also do a talk at Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology in Dublin. Here’s a link to the show: http://www.derryvoid.com/exhibitions/spring-watching-pavilion.php
Faculty member Shannon Mattern’s article on library logistical systems, has been republished on Vice’s Motherboard magazine. See full article here.
Christiane Paul participated in the panels “Gen(re)sis” at this year’s ISEA conference in Dubai and “Art in the Age of Surveillance” on Nov. 15 at Creative Time Summit x Digital Labor organized by the Vera List Center. She also recently curated an augmented reality project by Will Pappenheimer (covered
Faculty member, Shannon Mattern is a fellow in the new Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography & Social Thought. On Friday, November 7, 2014 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm in the University Center, Rm 411, she will be presenting her work on “Intellectual Furnishings.” You can find
Faculty member Shannon Mattern will be participating in the “City by the Numbers: Big Data and the Urban Future” symposium at Pratt Institute on Saturday, October 11, 2014. The symposium is co-sponsored by Places Journal, where Mattern is a columnist, and which very recently launched a redesigned website
Shannon Mattern Will Speak at the “Publishing Without a Publisher Panel” @ Columbia on September 24, 2014
On September 24, 2014, Shannon Mattern, will speak about alternative modes of scholarly publishing at the “Publishing Without a Publisher” panel at Columbia University. For more information, see the Columbia University Libraries’ Scholarly Communication Program website.
Shannon Mattern participated as an invited presenter, in an international symposium on “Code and the City”, September 3rd through September 4th. The two-day workshop hosted a number of the foremost thinkers on the intersection of software, ubiquitous computing and the city, at the National University of
For her report on the conference, please read: “Reinventing the University”: A Conversation with Larry Grossberg http://comm.unc.edu/faculty-and-staff/faculty/lawrence-grossberg/ The Association of Cultural Studies or ACS met for its hallmark ‘Crossroads’ conference in Tampere, Finland from July 1-4, 2014. For its tenth anniversary, ‘Crossroads’ returned to the