Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt, a documentary film directed by Ada Ushpiz will be screened the week that follows in the spirit of this year’s theme Mobility. Thursday, November 3, 2016, 6:30–8:30 P.M. Room 110 MASON GROSS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS CIVIC SQUARE AUDITORIUM 33 LIVINGSTON AVENUE – NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ Pizza and … Read moreVita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt
Mason Gross Presents Panel Discussion ART IN A STATE OF MOBILITY Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 5–7 P.M. MASON GROSS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS CIVIC SQUARE AUDITORIUM 33 LIVINGSTON AVENUE – NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ Panelists: Mirene Arsanios Mariam Ghani Daniela Kostova Modereated by: Sara Raza See below for bios The theme of the panel organized for … Read moreArt in a State of Mobility
Graphic Design Job Description TITLE: Graphic Designer CLASSIFICATION: Student STARTING PAY/HOUR: Based on experience: Starting at $13.00/hr for Graphic Designer GENERAL FUNCTIONS: The Graphic Design staff develops, creates, produces and evaluates all publications for department staff. They assist with webpage design and maintenance. Additionally, the Graphic Design staff serves as a photographer for various classes … Read moreGraphic Design Internship
On April 19, 2016 Kara Walker, Tepper Chair in Visual Arts, delivers this special lecture in honor of the graduating Class of 2016. The poster is designed by Anna-Sophia Vukovich. She says, “ I took Kara Walker’s black cut-paper silhouettes as inspirations for the poster. I created my own cutout type, using this as the … Read moreKara Walker’s Lecture Poster
Saturday, April 30: 2 pm A workshop on the technical aspects of designing 3D virtual environments. Space is limited to 20. Reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org. This hands-on workshop guides participants in the technical aspects of designing 3D virtual environments, including hardware setup with Oculus Rift and Unity Game Engine. Within the workshop, participants will work … Read moreCreating Virtual Environments (Workshop)
On Monday, April 18, there will be two guest lecturers in Lauren Francescone’s Typography class in Room 220. Nejc Prah (Bloomberg) and Sean Yendrys (independent designer of architectural books&exhibitions) will be speaking about their work. These two lectures will be pretty informal; one from 3:30–4:10, the other from 4:30-5:10. This lecture has been rescheduled to … Read moreGuest Lecturers in Typography Class
Hito Steyerl A Sea of Data: Apophenia and Pattern (Mis-)Recognition Link to the e-flux page: This is an image from the Snowden files. It is labeled “secret.”1 Yet one cannot see anything on it. This is exactly why it is symptomatic. This image from the Snowden files was captioned: “A single frame of scrambled video imagery.” … Read moreA Sea of Data: Apophenia and Pattern (Mis-)Recognition
April 8th, 2016 JOIN US IN Livingston Student Center(Livingston Hall), New Brunswick RESERVE YOUR SPOT TO ENSURE PREFERENTIAL SEATING(i.e the good seats): The Woahjabi Project and The Rutgers Association of Marketing and Strategy would like to cordially invite you to the 2016 United Media Conference. We are very impressed with your community presence and believe … Read more2016 United Media Conference
As an artist, Ozge often tells stories about an individual’s battle to stay true to herself against a larger entity such as a government, corporations, capitalism, society, patriarchy, and the inevitable passage of time. In her artwork, she pushes the boundaries of traditional and digital media in order to create new ways of making meaning. http://www.ozgesamanci.com
Application Please apply via our online form, here. The deadline for applications is midnight on Monday, April 11, 2016. Participants will be notified no later than Friday, April 15. If you have further questions, please write email@example.com. Read a conversation between participants in 2014’s program here. What: A two-week program in the history and contemporary … Read morePublication Intensive
Public Programs March 2016 – FREE
Can design advance science, and can science advance design? read on Journal of Design and Science of MIT Media LAB…
OPENING MARCH 3 BUNKER is a pop up art gallery specializing in emerging artists who create engaging, beautiful work that often involves technology. BUNKER operates under the assumption that art doesn’t have to be inaccessible and pretentious in order to be valuable. BUNKER is a gallery for people who hate technology but love art. BUNKER … Read moreBunker Gallery
On Monday evening Jason’s Seminar in Design class will be hosting a guest lecture by Ian Lynam, a Tokyo-based designer, educator, and writer. Ian will be presenting on “The Winners and Losers of History: The Emergence of Japanese Modernism in Graphic Design”. Here are the details and a bio: Monday, February 1 6:30–8pm Room 218C … Read more“The Winners and Losers of History: The Emergence of Japanese Modernism in Graphic Design”
by Juliette Cezzar on deardesignstudent.com Why is so much of design school a waste of time? Q: My teacher hates everything I make, even though I spend all this time working on it, and gets mad even when I follow his advice. Sometimes designers who are working come to talk to us, but they never … Read moreDear Design Student
Åzone Futures Market is a Guggenheim online exhibition that enables you to take a position on the future of a world increasingly shaped by emerging technologies.
Film stills courtesy of the Herbert Matter World Game Archive at Stanford University Libraries. Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game extended September 18—November 20, 2015 Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery Buell Hall, Columbia University GSAPP 1172 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10027 Hours: Monday–Friday noon–6pm, Saturday 3–6pm … Read moreInformation Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game extended
Make sure to see Graphic designer Michael Bierut’s exhibition at the SVA Chelsea Galleries, up now through Nov 7. You will see a coherent body of thoughtful work, including logos, visual identity systems, posters, books, way-finding and building signage, as well as pages from the designer’s sketchbook, a video interview and a roomful of black-and-white posters for … Read moreBierut Show in NYC — Must See Before Nov 7!
October 21–November 14, 2015 The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Education and Research Building, Mezzanine Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 1:00–5:00 p.m.
Join us for this illustrious panel, as they share some incredible insight on this legendary brand. RSVP Now! All tickets and seating are first come, first served. Purchase after the jump…
Here Are All The Black People is The One Club’s annual creative career fair aimed at creating more diversity in the advertising and design professions. The one-day event provides multicultural students and recent graduates the opportunity to showcase their talent to top agencies in the industry. Free, September 29, in NYC.
If you’re in New York City, make a visit to MoMA’s third floor to see the exhibit “This is for Everyone”, up through January 31, 2016.
For those of you excited about illustration, please visit Communication Arts‘ selection of the year’s best, now available online.
Loeb Enterprises is a New York-based private equity, venture capital and business development lab, focused on cultivating opportunities in emerging media and consumer marketing. Loeb Enterprises maintains a team of world-class operators, direct marketing executives and technologists that apply themselves to a select number of strategically important businesses each year. These companies vary by stage—from … Read morePaid Summer Interns at Loeb Enterprises NYC
Designer and Parsons professor (and former Mason Gross instructor) Juliette Cezzar offers an insightful definition.
In case any of you know someone who is looking for full-time work: Junior Designer- BARD GRADUATE CENTER The Bard Graduate Center (BGC), a division of Bard College located on West 86th Street in New York City, is seeking a full-time Junior Designer. Founded in 1993, the BGC is comprised of an Academic Program, Research … Read moreJob Opportunity: BARD Graduate Center
The Language and Enrichment Center: Graphic Design Internship Contact: Stephanie Malke, firstname.lastname@example.org Start Date: Immediately Type: Unpaid Internship, For-Credit Location: Scotch Plains, NJ Description: The Language and Enrichment Center is a non-profit learning center for young children, whose primary focus is to teach children the Italian language and culture. They are seeking creative and talented … Read moreLanguage & Enrichment Center: Graphic Design Intern Needed
COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY DEPT: Study Participants Needed for Color Naming & Memory Study Contact: Kimele Persaud, email@example.com Type: Research Study (PAID) Location: Rutgers, Busch Campus Description: Graduate Student Kimele Persaud in the Cognitive Psychology department at Rutgers is currently conducting a series of studies quantifying the communicative value of color naming in conversation and the influence … Read moreParticipants needed for Paid Color Naming Study
Job Posting: Graphic Design Intern October 8, 2014 Company: New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning Job Title: Graphic Design Intern Job Category: Curriculum Status: Part Time Position- Flexible hourly Location: Any Starting Date: Immediately About New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning The New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is a fast … Read moreGraphic Design Internship Opportunity
Norges Bank has announced that designs by two Oslo studios have been chosen to feature on Norway’s new banknotes, which will come into circulation in 2017. Snøhetta’s design for the reverse of the notes features a pixellated image of the country’s coastline, the amount of distortion depicting the wind speed as it whips up with … Read moreBanknote design from Norway