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Thank you New York Hall of Science for the Monday content we all need! HAPPY to be producing the annual Spring for STEM ...
05/03/2021
Spring for STEM: Finding Happiness

Thank you New York Hall of Science for the Monday content we all need! HAPPY to be producing the annual Spring for STEM event with Jad Abumrad and Matthieu Ricard discussing finding happiness - LIVE NOW!

04/30/2021
#CollegeSigningDay 2021: Student Performers Trailer

We are so excited to be working with Better Make Room on this Saturday's #CollegeSigningDay celebration and BLOWN AWAY by the talented student performers who will be taking the stage! Join us 2pm ET/11am PT on 5/1.

This #EarthDay, we look back to this important online event we produced for Urban Green Council about retrofitting NYC's...
04/22/2021
Going Electric: Retrofitting NYC's Multifamily Buildings

This #EarthDay, we look back to this important online event we produced for Urban Green Council about retrofitting NYC's housing to achieve a low-carbon future. We are excited to work with them again this year on the 2021 Urban Green Conference.

To achieve a low-carbon future, we’ll need to transition our buildings from burning fossil fuels to using electricity for heating and hot water. This process...

04/15/2021

JOIN US LIVE NOW at The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center's Dinner, a celebration of The Center's crucial work for NYC's #LGBTQ community ft. some amazing special guests (OMG Shangela!) As always, it was fantastic to produce tonight's event with Inspired Storytellers.

Love how New York Hall of Science  champions #womeninSTEM in all that they do, including this recent event we produced w...
03/31/2021
Supporting Women and Girls in STEM: A Conversation about Coded Bias

Love how New York Hall of Science champions #womeninSTEM in all that they do, including this recent event we produced w/women's rights advocate Namita Luthra and filmmaker @shalinikantayya discussing her eye-opening documentary #CodedBias

Filmmaker and Producer Shalini Kantayya is joined by women's right's advocate Namita Luthra for a conversation about Shalini's riveting film Coded Bias, whic...

We are thrilled to work with The Charles Mingus Institute on this amazing virtual festival, chock-full of performances, ...
02/11/2021

We are thrilled to work with The Charles Mingus Institute on this amazing virtual festival, chock-full of performances, interviews and listening sessions celebrating the incomparable Charles Mingus. Watch at: charlesmingus.org

Mingus Fest 2021
Day 1 - Thursday, February 11th
All times in EST - Public live stream broadcast at charlesmingus.org

5:30pm Other Voices: The Meditations of Charles Mingus

6:00pm Opening Remarks: Eric Mingus
Performance: Scott Robinson at Sciensonic Laboratories.
Presentation: About Let My Children Hear Music
Presentation: About The Charles Mingus Festival

6:30pm Film: Triumph of The Underdog, Documentary by Don McGlynn

7:30pm Mingus Composition: Alex Foster interviews Jack Walrath, Mingus Alum
*Broadcasted Zoom Event - Q&A tickets via www.CharlesMingus.org*

9:00pm Performance: Virtual Mingus Big Band
All The Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud’s Wife Was Your Mother

**Events are a combination of public live stream broadcast, and ticketed zoom events. **
**For viewing and ticket links, please visit CharlesMingus.org **

Presented by Let My Children Hear Music/The Charles Mingus Institute, the Charles Mingus Festival welcomes you to celebrate the musical legacy of Great American Composer Charles Mingus!

Now in its 13th year, in partnership with the School for Jazz & Contemporary Music at The New School’s College of Performing Arts, the Charles Mingus Festival provides a platform for young musicians to explore their voices through Mingus Music. Shifting to the digital stage for the first time, this year’s Mingus Virtual Festival brings the experience of Mingus Music and New York City to young students, musicians, and audiences across the globe.

Festival weekend will feature virtual performances by students and professionals, instrumental master classes, skill building workshops, interviews, historical films, a celebration of Mingus Mondays, and a look into Mingus' epic masterwork, Epitaph.

Join us in celebration of Mingus Music!

That's a wrap, 2020. This year's productions looked nothing like what we thought they would at the start, but we are so ...
12/30/2020

That's a wrap, 2020. This year's productions looked nothing like what we thought they would at the start, but we are so proud of the team and partners who gave it everything they had behind the scenes, brought all the same passion and craft from the before times, and worked through exceptional circumstances and profound technical complexity to make beautiful, meaningful online events for so many amazing organizations.

In a time of so much pain and heartbreak, we hope we helped our clients bring more light, justice, and good to their communities. Thank you and onward.

So about last week...what a joy and honor to produce the 71st National Book Awards as an all-online event. Congrats to t...
11/25/2020

So about last week...what a joy and honor to produce the 71st National Book Awards as an all-online event. Congrats to the winners, massive thanks to the National Book Foundation for being a true partner, and love + respect to our team for going above and beyond to make this beautiful, ambitious production a reality. If you missed it you can watch the whole ceremony here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69NV5gsrzmE

#nbawards #livestreamproduction

We've been streaming the #NBAwards Finalists Reading live from The New School since 2013 and we're thrilled to continue ...
11/11/2020
National Book Awards Finalists Reading 2020 - YouTube

We've been streaming the #NBAwards Finalists Reading live from
The New School since 2013 and we're thrilled to continue the tradition as an all-online event this year! Join National Book Foundation and all 25 finalists LIVE NOW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71IpBabMaX0&feature=youtu.be

Every year, The National Book Foundation teams up with The New School's Creative Writing Program to present readings by each of the National Book Awards Finalis...

10/28/2020
New York Hall of Science

We're so excited to produce The New York Hall of Science's virtual gala tomorrow at 6PM ET featuring the one and only Dr. Fauci! Check out this teaser we edited and then join us to support their amazing work: nyscigala2020.splashthat.com

The New York Hall of Science works tirelessly to foster:
...science in the community
...accessible STEM education
...the next generation of leaders
Tune into our virtual gala on Thursday, October 29 at 6pm to learn how we do so, featuring an address by Dr. Fauci.

Register here: https://nyscigala2020.splashthat.com/

10/06/2020
As for Protocols: Vera List Center Forum 2020 on Livestream

The #VLCForum runs tonight through 10/10 w/an impressive lineup of artists, curators, and activists in the fields of #artandpolitics. We've loved working with Vera List Center on this signature forum over the years and are so glad we can help produce the online events this year. JOIN US:

Amid multiple crises this election year,  Enterprise Community Partners' fight for affordable housing has never been mor...
08/18/2020
WATCH LIVE: The Hill's Affordable Housing convention event, featuring former Sec. Julián Castro

Amid multiple crises this election year, Enterprise Community Partners' fight for affordable housing has never been more critical. Producing a #DNC2020 convention video during a pandemic required some extra creativity, but we were up for the challenge! We produced the narration all remotely and tied together footage we've filmed of Enterprise's work all over the country over the past few years to highlight the many affordable homes they've created and lives they've impacted. For more, follow the discussion here:

Rest in Power, John Lewis. Remembering this hero today, grateful for his tireless work for justice, and for the opportun...
07/18/2020

Rest in Power, John Lewis. Remembering this hero today, grateful for his tireless work for justice, and for the opportunity to say thank you in person a few years ago. Our founder/director @danwinckler with @repjohnlewis before the #livestream of the 2016 National Book Awards Finalists Reading. #productionlife #nonprofitvideo #bts #ripjohnlewis

06/29/2020
ArcDR3 Forum Vol.1 ”New Agendas for Regenerative Urbanism" hosted by XLAB

We're thrilled to have helped UCLA's xLAB bring together these innovative thinkers in architecture and urban design from 11 universities around the Pacific Rim addressing the recurring risks of natural disasters. Incase you missed the livestream:

xLAB at AUD, UCLA in partnership with IRIDeS at Tohoku University, Japan, and Miraikan, The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Japan, launch...

LIVE now with the third Global Pandemics in an Unequal World event for the Studley Graduate Program in International Aff...
06/25/2020
Global Pandemics and Digital Technologies by The New School

LIVE now with the third Global Pandemics in an Unequal World event for the Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs. Hear experts discuss how the use of digital technologies to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic will impact public health, human rights, state surveillance and economic interests across the globe.

Watch The New School's Global Pandemics and Digital Technologies on Livestream.com. The third installment in the Global Pandemics in an Unequal World Webinar Series. Digital tech in the COVID pandemic: public health benefits, human rights, state surveillance and economic interests. The discussion wi...

LIVE NOW for Cancer Research Institute with immunotherapy experts Drs. Carl H. June, Miriam Merad, and E. John Wherry (m...
06/18/2020
COVID-19 and Cancer Immunotherapy Research Live Stream Event

LIVE NOW for Cancer Research Institute with immunotherapy experts Drs. Carl H. June, Miriam Merad, and E. John Wherry (moderated by Matthew Herper of STAT) discussing how immuno-oncology is playing a vital role in treating and preventing COVID-19. Join us:

How science from the frontlines of immuno-oncology is helping inform strategies to treat and prevent COVID-19. Live stream event with Drs. Carl H. June, Miriam Merad, and E. John Wherry; moderated by Matthew Herper, STAT

06/15/2020
bell hooks and Laverne Cox in a Public Dialogue at The New School

We are thrilled by the landmark ruling by #SCOTUS to protect LGBTQ workers, and the enormous turnout at yesterday's #blacktranslivesmatter march here in Brooklyn. We must continue to speak out for equity for #blacktranslives in all facets of life and have conversations like this one we filmed for Eugene Lang College in 2014 between the incomparable Bell Hooks and Laverne Cox.

A Public Dialogue between bell hooks & Laverne Cox hosted by Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts (http://www.newschool.edu/lang) Laverne Cox is a critically ...

06/12/2020
Cancer Research Institute

We are proud to work with Cancer Research Institute to help create a future #Immune2cancer for patients like Oswald. Getting to know Oswald and filming his immunotherapy story right here in Brooklyn, was an important reminder of the healthcare disparities Black cancer patients face when seeking a diagnosis and treatment options, and why patient education and advocacy are so essential. #CIM20

Following diagnosis with stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer, Oswald began first-line treatment with immunotherapy. Today, he is cancer-free. #CIM20

05/29/2020
Innocence Project

Archie Williams' success on America's Got Talent after nearly 37 years of wrongful imprisonment is so moving, and we couldn't be more proud to have produced this video for the Innocence Project about how Archie's story inspired Simon Cowell to become an Innocence Ambassador.

We're proud to announce that Simon Cowell is now an Innocence Ambassador. Watch how Archie Williams' audition for America's Got Talent had a life-changing impact on Simon. https://bit.ly/2B3oQLI

LIVE NOW with the second Global Pandemics in an Unequal World event for Studley Graduate Program in International Affair...
05/28/2020
Global Pandemics in An Unequal World: Vaccines Treatment, Diagnostics, and Equitable Access by The New School

LIVE NOW with the second Global Pandemics in an Unequal World event for Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs. This morning's discussion will cover equitable access as #COVID19 vaccines and treatments are developed. Join us:

Watch The New School's Global Pandemics in An Unequal World: Vaccines Treatment, Diagnostics, and Equitable Access on Livestream.com. The second installment in the Global Pandemics in an Unequal World Series. Will COVID-19 treatment and diagnostics be accessible? New models for international coopera...

Innocence Project is in second place for The Webby Awards for Best Activism Website and needs your help to get first pla...
05/07/2020
Vote for the best of the Internet

Innocence Project is in second place for The Webby Awards for Best Activism Website and needs your help to get first place before voting closes. Vote for them today and share with friends: wbby.co/web16

I just voted in The Webby People's Voice Awards and checked my voter registration.

We're LIVE again tonight for The New School Creative Writing Program with their last forum of the season. Award-winning ...
04/29/2020
Online | Writing for Children Forum: Kate Messner by The New School

We're LIVE again tonight for The New School Creative Writing Program with their last forum of the season. Award-winning author Kate Messner will discuss the craft of writing for children with Caron Levis. Join us NOW: https://livestream.com/thenewschool/kate-messner

Watch The New School's Online | Writing for Children Forum: Kate Messner on Livestream.com. Kate Messner is passionately curious and writes books that encourage kids to wonder, too. Kate’s titles include both fiction and nonfiction; she writes award-winning picture books, easy readers, chapter boo...

Come for Ellen Bass's amazing background, stay for the amazing conversation with Miller Oberman about writing craft. Str...
04/28/2020
First Year Writing Craft Lesson Lunch: Miller Oberman Interviews Ellen Bass by The New School

Come for Ellen Bass's amazing background, stay for the amazing conversation with Miller Oberman about writing craft. Streaming another all-remote livestream for Eugene Lang College's First Year Writing Program. LIVE NOW:

Watch The New School's First Year Writing Craft Lesson Lunch: Miller Oberman Interviews Ellen Bass on Livestream.com. As a special conclusion to the Spring 2020 Craft-Lesson Lunch series, Eugene Lang's First-Year Writing program welcomes Ellen Bass, a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, to....

Join us for the first of three events we're producing for Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs addressing s...
04/28/2020
Global Pandemics in an Unequal World: COVID-19 and Global Inequality by The New School

Join us for the first of three events we're producing for Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs addressing systemic inequalities around the globe highlighted by the current #COVID19 pandemic. LIVE NOW:

Watch The New School's Global Pandemics in an Unequal World: COVID-19 and Global Inequality on Livestream.com. As covid-19 unfolds as a global pandemic of unprecedented reach and proportions, one thing that is clear is that it is reinforcing global inequality. Not only are low income and marginalize...

We're LIVE again tonight for The New School Creative Writing Program. Cartoonist Kim Deitch reads from his recent graphi...
04/22/2020
Fiction Forum: Kim Deitch by The New School

We're LIVE again tonight for The New School Creative Writing Program. Cartoonist Kim Deitch reads from his recent graphic novel, Broken Dreams, which landed him on TIME's "100 Best Graphic Novels Ever Written" round up. Join us NOW:

Watch The New School's Fiction Forum: Kim Deitch on Livestream.com. Cartoonist Kim Deitch reads from and discusses his new work, Reincarnation Stories with Creative Writing Faculty John Reed. Kim Deitch has a reserved place at the first table of underground cartoonists. He got his start doing comic....

Have lunch and learn about writing craft with poet Miller Oberman in conversation with Ellen Bass. Proud to produce this...
04/21/2020
First Year Writing Craft Lesson Lunch: Ellen Bass Interviews Miller Oberman by The New School

Have lunch and learn about writing craft with poet Miller Oberman in conversation with Ellen Bass. Proud to produce this all-remote #livestream for Eugene Lang College and bring the conversation online for their First Year Writing Program. LIVE NOW:

Watch The New School's First Year Writing Craft Lesson Lunch: Ellen Bass Interviews Miller Oberman on Livestream.com. As a special conclusion to the Spring 2020 Craft-Lesson Lunch series, Eugene Lang's First-Year Writing program welcomes Ellen Bass, a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, to....

Tonight we are producing an all-remote livestream discussion for The New School with author and New Yorker staff writer ...
04/15/2020
Critical Essay: Amanda Petrusich by The New School

Tonight we are producing an all-remote livestream discussion for The New School with author and New Yorker staff writer Amanda Petrusich, whose recent book, Do Not Sell At Any Price, was called "thoughtful, entertaining history of obsessed music collectors and their quest for rare early 78 rpm records" by The Los Angeles Times. Join the conversation LIVE now:

Watch The New School's Critical Essay: Amanda Petrusich on Livestream.com. Amanda Petrusich reads from and discusses her books and essays. Amanda Petrusich is a staff writer at The New Yorker and the author of three books. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in nonfiction and has been no...

04/07/2020
Innocence Project

We're LIVE again today with The Innocence Project for another virtual town hall, this time addressing COVID-19's impact on the wrongfully incarcerated in Maryland. We're proud to produce these all-remote events and keep necessary conversations moving forward in the midst of this crisis.

A discussion on COVID-19’s impact on the wrongfully convicted in Maryland and how to fix exoneree compensation.

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