Month: October 2018

Prof. Tami Gold’s film screening

Prof. Tami Gold will be screening her film Every Mother’s Son at The Institute for Transformative Mentoring (ITM). ITM is partnering with Creatively Speaking for the second installment of its Social Justice Movie Night Series. Every Mother’s Son tells the story of 3 women that lost their sons to police brutality. Due to their experiences, the women now advocate for change.

Tuesday, Oct. 9 6-9PM
The New School University Center
63 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Tickets (click here)

Film & Media student Jules Rico speaks on arts leader panel

jules rico speaks on panel
Jules speaks on panel – Image by: Anton Varga
Film & Media student Jules Rico was invited to speak on an arts leader panel with Hunter’s Office of the Arts and Boston’s Suffolk University. The panel discussed the importance of the arts and creating art spaces, in limited places like a city. She received a summer internship scholarship from Office of the Arts.  Jules spoke about her internship experience at an outside production company this summer and her current internship in the Film & Media Department with Chief CLT Peter Jackson and how the techtern program has helped her become more confident in her artistic vision.