The School of Media Studies offers a variety of venues in which students can present the results of their academic research and creative work such as short films, documentaries, Internet and social media projects, music videos, and radio programs. Having access to the resources of a large university in New York City is a key advantage. The activities listed below are sponsored by the School of Media Studies, but our students also benefit from the resources and activities of The New School as a whole.
New School graduate students exhibit and discuss their works-in-progress in this popular media workshop and screening series. Presenting students receive constructive feedback on their film, video, and audio work. Media Studies faculty members and invited professionals attend each session and participate in a dialogue and critique with students.
Kinoscope is a screening series designed to foster dialogue about film as cinematic art. Kinoscope events include discussion and analysis at the end of each program.
This annual exhibition showcases outstanding creative work by graduate students in the School of Media Studies. Selected by a panel of distinguished jurors, projects include installations, interactive experiences, Web-based projects, and works on paper.
This annual event features film and video works produced by students taking graduate, undergraduate, and certificate classes in the School of Media Studies. Finalists are selected by an external jury of film professionals. The screening is followed by a faculty-led Q&A session with the student media makers; an awards ceremony, including a prize for Best in Show and Audience Favorite; and a reception for students, guests, and faculty.
This annual three-night event offers public screenings of short films made by students in the School of Media Studies' graduate certificate program in Documentary Media Studies.
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