The School of Media Studies hosts a variety of signature events, screenings, and discussions at the intersection of media making, thinking, and innovating. Additionally, 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. Learn more about the types of events and student work showcases The School of Media Studies offers our students and the university community.
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Once a year, distinguished film and media makers are invited to the School of Media Studies as our Hirshon Artist-In-Residence to conduct master classes and special screenings.
Students in the Documentary Media Studies graduate certificate program participate in a variety School of Media Studies events. Central to the program is Doc Talks, a bi-weekly event series with contemporary film and video makers, festival programmers, new media distributors, editors, composers, sound designers, and others, who engage in an intimate discussion with students about their own work and the issues and challenges faced by documentary makers today.
Student Work Showcases
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. Learn more about our student work showcases.
- Ruff/Fine Cuts
- Mixed Messages
- Truth Be Told Festival
- Media Management Capstone