• New Media Lecture Series: David Horvitz

    Wednesday, March 5th 6:30 – 8:00pm Neuberger Museum Study David Horvitz is an artist from California based in Brooklyn whose work shifts seamlessly between the Internet, the printed page, and the exhibition. He works in a variety of media, including photography, video, watercolor, mail-art, and the web. His participatory practice, often involving close collaborations with […]

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  • New Media Lecture Series: Zach Gage

    Wednesday, February 5th 6:30 – 8:00pm Neuberger Museum Study  Zach Gage is a game designer, programmer, educator, and conceptual artist from New York City. His work often explores the power of systems, both those created by social interaction in digital spaces, and those that can be created for others, through the framing of games. An […]

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  • Professor Bell-Smith: Creative 2 Professional

      An article titled “Creative 2 Professional: 7 Things to Think About”, written by Purchase New Media Professor Michael Bell-Smith has been published on the Rhizome.org website. In the article, Bell-Smith puts forth 7 ideas to be considered as thinking points when on ways in which modern technology and culture make it possible for creative individuals to […]

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  • In Memory: Professor Peter Ohring

    Professor Peter Ohring passed away on Saturday, November 9th, 2013. He died of a massive heart attack, leaving behind a wife, Mary, and two children, Isaac and Rachel. All of us in New Media are sad beyond words and are still recovering from the shock. Peter was the founding New Media coordinator at Purchase and […]

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Hacker Manifesto 10 Years Old – New School Workshop

On April 4 and 11, The New School will host a two day workshop commemorating the 10 anniversary of McKenzie Wark’s Hacker Manifesto. From the website: 2014 is the tenth anniversary of the publication of McKenzie Wark’s A Hacker Manifesto. In the intervening time it has been translated into nine languages, not to mention being pirated all […]

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New Media Lecture Series: David Horvitz

Wednesday, March 5th 6:30 – 8:00pm Neuberger Museum Study David Horvitz is an artist from California based in Brooklyn whose work shifts seamlessly between the Internet, the printed page, and the exhibition. He works in a variety of media, including photography, video, watercolor, mail-art, and the web. His participatory practice, often involving close collaborations with […]

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Bit by Bit at Columbia University

The Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia University is hosting an event titled Bit by Bit that should be of interest to New Media students and faculty. In their own words: “The democratization of creative tools—code, data and algorithms—have changed the relationship between creator and audience. Stories are spilling off screens and into the […]

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Web Skillz for Advanced Standing

Preparations for Advanced Standing applications are under way. As we’ve done before, we will be offering a series of three “Web Skillz” workshops. All workshops are on Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1:30 PM in the New Media lab (NS1013). The workshops this semester will be on the following dates: February 12 February 19 March 5