DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Nov 4 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue GREETINGS FROM FREE FORESTS Screening and Q&A with filmmaker IAN SOROKA GRAND PRIX – DOCLISBOA – City of Lisbon Award for Best International Competition Film GRAND PRIX – DOXA Doc.
DESIGNING A PLANET Public Lecture Monday 11th November from 6:00 – 7:30 PM 79 5th Avenue Room D1618 (Entrance is from 14th Street) With both despair and optimism, Richard Weller examines the idea that humanity is the first species in evolutionary history to self-consciously design a planet.
The CenCom team is gearing up for a new season of engaging events, from summits and panel sessions to site visits that put you in the room with doers and decision makers—and help you blaze your own trail with a career in media and communications.
Join us TONIGHT for June CHAPTERS, the final installment of our 2019 Spring Series, at N-Y Historical Society from 6pm – 8pm. We are proud to feature original writing from our Class of 2019 mentees, with President of Writers House, Amy Berkower presenting the Agent of Change award to Laurie Halse
Lynne Sachs and Lizzie Olesker’s recent documentary The Washing Society, which investigates the obscured labor within NYC’s laundromats, will be screening next week Monday 5/20 @ 7pm The Washing Society Next Week! Mon 5/20 7pm, DCTV | $8 When you drop off a bag of dirty laundry, who’s
TONIGHT! Artist Talk: Paul Villinski May 15, 6:30 pm $15 general $10 members and students Celebrated sculptor Paul Villinski will speak with curator Lisa Freiman about his three decades of transforming discarded materials into environmentally aware conceptual projects and large-scale installations. Villinski will also sign
Confronting Hate Thu. May 16, 2019 7:00PM – 8:30PM Museum Auditorium on the Atrium Terrace Level (Second Floor) Emmy Award–winning documentarian Deeyah Khan has long explored how people are drawn to extremist ideologies. She has spent years filming Islamist extremists, convicted terrorists, and former jihadis, as well as current
Ben Peters to give talk on Soviet internet book at NYU next Friday afternoon! The Soviet Internet: Beyond the Book Benjamin Peters Friday April 12 @ 4:30PM – 6PM NYU Steinhardt | Media, Culture and Communications 239 Greene St, 8th floor For more info, click
Christiane Paul participates in a panel at the Chicago New Media Symposium in connection with the exhibition CHICAGO NEW MEDIA 1973 1992 on November 1 and gives a talk at the Print Screen Festival in Tel Aviv on November 3.
Kinoscope is a screening series sponsored by The New School’s School of Media Studies, aiming to enhance the awareness and understanding of the film and filmmaking process by screening a wide variety of national and international films. Pawel Wieszczecinski, Kinoscope‘s programmer and producer, and Media Studies faculty member Marcus
Environmental Studies is hosting an upcoming event on Monday 10/15 from 4-6 pm with author Ken Ilgunas on his latest book “This Land is Our Land: How we lost the right to roam”. There will be food and refreshments RSVP
On Oct 6, 2018, from 5:20 pm – 7:30 pm, Reel Sisters is proud to announce a screening and conversation of Mr. Soul!, directed by Melissa Haizlip and Sam Pollard! Before Oprah – before Arsenio – there was Mr. SOUL! Ellis Haizlip made television broadcast history with “Soul!,” America’s first “black Tonight Show.” Join Reel Sisters
Faculty Member Nitin Sawhney was invited by the India China Institute to be a discussant for the upcoming public talk MEDIA POLITICS IN CHINA: IMPROVISING POWER UNDER AUTHORITARIANISM. The talk is with Dr. Maria Repnikova and is part of the CESIC Lecture Series (Colloquium on
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