Keiko Studios is moving into a new location where we'll be building top-quality music classrooms and practice rooms!

Ashley Keiko Chambers is a New School Alumna. Ashley's kickstarter is raising funds for the renovation of my new music school which will be serving a marginalized community that lacks music programs.

We are Great Time and we are in the final stages of completing an addition to our recording studio for the next generation of musicians

Check Out Zack Hartmann and his band Great Time (The New School of Jazz Alum) build their own music studio, Great Time Studio.

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Staff Pick w an award-winning script, multiple animation styles, live-action & powerful allegory: this is "Borders of the Imagination!"

Check Out Reuben Meltzer's ('10 BS Liberal Arts) latest project: a sci-fi film about an alternate world where children's imaginary friends come to life and the government tries to control them.

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A powerful modern solar light and phone charger that's super bright, versatile, and dependable. Useful everyday, essential one day.

Check out this project, from Milano Environmental Policy & Sustainability alumna, Julia Connors.

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A short film about Karen and Blake, a hit-woman team, who must kill their mark without killing their friendship.

Help recent School of Drama alumnae Noelle Stewart & Courtney Stallings complete a short film about two friends who happen to be professional hit-women

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blink blink kits provide circuit materials to make fun DIY, art & fashion projects with technology. Designed with girls, for girls!

Help fund this 2014 New Challenge winner. Created by Parsons Design & Technology graduate students, blink blink helps girls overcome the barriers of entering STEM fields.

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An American-based terrorist group deploys their weapon of war: a terminal STD. Drama/ultra-black comedy. Shot & set in NYC. 2014/2015.

Help Creative Writing program professor John Reed complete post-production on his media play. ReVO is a Kickstarter Staff pick!

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We are recording our debut album for CAG Records which features new invigorating works and our original compositions!

Help fund this debut album from PUBLIQuartet which includes Mannes College alumnae Amanda Gookin and Jannina Nopoth, and Mannes pre-college alumnus Curtis Stewart.

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In the Garden, humans get converted into AI constructs to survive. But Luc - a rebellious ballerina - would rather die than conform.

Check out this film project written by New School alumnus Dmitry Iyudin.

A book about listening, editing the everyday, and the potential of the personal when creating works with sound

Eugene Lang College faculty member Ezekiel Honig wrote a book about sound - listening, editing, exploring the everyday and its influence on musical composition/production.

BECOMING MORE VISIBLE, A GROUNDBREAKING FILM Trans teen homelessness - A burgeoning crisis. Who is responsible? The kids, or society?

Media Studies student Pamela French is making a documentary about the disproportionately high incidence of homelessness among trans-identified teens.

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A short film exploring use of political graffiti and street art as a catalyst for popular revolutions and uprisings around the world.

Recent Media Studies alumnus Mark Nickolas is creating a short film exploring use of political graffiti and street art as a catalyst for popular revolutions and uprisings around the world

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The art of digital living in the PRISM era. An illustrated limited edition Kickstarter-only book for art, tech & theory fans.

Lang faculty McKenzie Wark and recent Parsons MFA DT grad Rachel Law area publishing a limited edition, illustrated book about digital living.

Online fashion magazine written by garment factory workers in Southeast Asia.

Media Studies student Thelma Young's transmedia project to work with garment factory workers in Southeast Asia to create their own fashion blog. This is an effort to start a dialogue between two ends of the international production spectrum.

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A film and video diary of a cross country Canadian road trip. An anthropological document of the summer of 2013.

Media Studies student Kyle Beechey project is a film and video diary of a cross country Canadian road trip. This will be part of the her MA thesis.

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The phones don't stop ringing. People call to confide in strangers - looking for advice, entertainment, or just human connection.

Lauren Belfer, Doc Studies '10, is making a film about the intense connections that are made between strangers over the telephone, and explores these anonymous conversations people are often too hesitant to have with the people closest to them.

The Book is not dead, and neither is poetry. But that doesn't mean books grow on trees. I need your help to make it a reality!

Alex Norelli, MFA Poetry '11, is printing his first book of poetry 'Leaning Against the Rain', which is a collection of subversive nature poems, poems of woe, and poems dedicated to the imagination and color.

A documentary about refugee Guor Marial, the Olympic marathon runner who ran in the London 2012 Olympics without a country.

Bill Gallagher, Documentary Studies 2008, is creating a documentary about refugee Guor Marial, the Olympic marathon runner who ran in the London 2012 Olympics without a country.

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A photography and creative advice book from fifty of the world's best documentary filmmakers.

Media Studies alumna Jessica Edwards is putting together a photography and creative advice book from fifty of the world's best documentary filmmakers.

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A feature-length documentary on the life of Boston escape artist Jason Escape.

Documentary Studies alumnus Ted Fisher's latest project to create a feature length film about the life of an escape artist

Louise Dubin and guest artists seek support to release never-recorded cello music by Auguste Franchomme on the Delos Label

Mannes College of Music alumna Louise Dubin's efforts to release Auguste Franchomme's never-recorded before cello music. The recording will be of particular interest to lovers of the cello, Chopin aficionados, and fans of French romantic music.

"Better a broken bone than a broken spirit." - Lady Allen of Hurtwood, an early advocate of Adventure Play

Doc Studies alumna Erin Davis' new documentary film about Adventure Playgrounds and the necessary and positive relationship between risk and play.

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An uplifting story of Palestinian youth in Gaza on a quest to shatter the Guinness World Record for the most kites ever flown.

New School faculty, Nitin Sawhney's film about a Palestinian youth in Gaza on a quest to shatter the Guinness World Record for the most kites ever flown.

A celebration of remix, mashup and creative appropriation in film, video, music, performance, technology and visual arts.

The RE/Mixed Media Festival is an annual celebration of remix, sampling, DIY, collaborative art-making and creative appropriation. Tom Tenney is getting his MA in Media Studies from The New School

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An integrated, immersive theatre performance held in an apartment: featuring elderly Professor Henri Shnuffle for one day of his life.

A play written and directed by student Ryan Reid for her senior thesis, "One Day in the Life of Henri Shnuffle" is an integrated, immersive theatre performance that seeks to draw attention to, increase empathy for, and debunk stereotypes about the elderly.

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'Peace & Quiet' is a civic 'dialogue station' in Times Square, where veterans and civilians can engage in poignant conversation.

Alfred Zollinger, Director of Parsons Design Workshop, is launching a new project - 'Peace & Quiet' which is a temporary dialogue station where veterans and civilian can openly engage each other in meaningful conversation.

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Nowhere is directing all donations made yesterday and today to the Rockaway relief fund, following Hurricane Sandy. Same rewards apply.

Alumnus Porter Fox's project to create a new kind of travel magazine: authentic, personal and interactive, with engaging long-form storytelling.

Visualight is an open-source Wi-Fi enabled light bulb that can visualize data as colored light.

Parsons alumnus and faculty Leif Percifield's new project Visualight is a Wi-Fi enabled light bulb that can display data as colored light. By representing information as colored light, a simple change in your ambient environment brings new information to your awareness.

"I breath life into my harmonica". Virtuoso Harmonica player Yvonnick Prene, presents "Jour de Fête" his Debut Album.

New School Jazz graduate, Yvonnick Prene is working on his first album of harmonica music that incorporates the varied influences of today's music including jazz, hip hop and, Brazilian music.

Artist Taryn Alessandro is breaking the mold. We want to film the innovation behind her work and inspire the rest of the world.

Film about mixed media artist Taryn Alessandro and her groundbreaking work. Producing the film is Media Studies student Katie Shesh

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The Annual celebration of Hip-Hop Music and Culture produced by lovers of Hip-Hop and the planet of Brooklyn.

New School alumnus Wes Jackson's annual celebration of Hip-Hop Music and Culture produced by lovers of Hip-Hop and the planet of Brooklyn.

The Mega Media Showcase is a New School Media Studies offsite event produced by classmates celebrating classmates.

The Mega Media Showcase is a New School Media Studies offsite event produced by classmates celebrating classmates.

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We want to widen the reach of poetry by filming great performances in unique locations.

A project to film great poetic performances in unique locations, including Thomas Fucaloro who is a MFA in Creative Writing Student at The New School.

"Ripple Effect" will be my senior thesis film while at New School University. It follows the events of 1 night after a painful break-up

New School Student, Brandon Finn's senior thesis film about a break-up between two very close friends and how that break-up affects a larger circle of friends.

SLJ is collaborating with Parsons the New School for Design to create an unforgettable experience for the students and their family.

SLJ is collaborating with Parsons the New School for Design to create an unforgettable experience for the students and their family.

My first album of original instrumental music. It's done, but I'm raising money to print CD's and get help with exposure. Thanks!

New School for Jazz alumnus Alex Wyatt's project to promote his debut album.

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Empires explores the impact of networks on histories and philosophies of political thought.

Media Studies MA student, Sasha Sakhar is serving as associate producer and Media Studies alumna Keren Weinberg is serving as editor for this film about the impact of networks on histories and philosophies of political thought.

"Chapel for the Betrayed" commemorates the deaths that would result from proposed anti-homosexuality legislation in Uganda

Parsons professor Tony Whitfield's installation commemorates the deaths that would result from proposed anti-homosexuality legislation in Uganda

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"Human society fascinates me & awes me & fills me with grief & joy; I just can't find my place to plug into it." - C. Converse, 8/10/74

Media Studies graduate student Andrea Kannes' new documentary film exploring the mysterious life of musician Connie Converse

Project Palestine is hosting several remarkable events in NYC, but we need YOU to help KICKSTART our a yearlong series!

A student organization at The New School aimed at illustrating the Palestinian plight through film, music, literature, poetry, art and discussions. Project Palestine seeks to stimulate the mind by inviting artists to showcase their work and discuss their fresh approach.