Oct 11, 2016

Careers in moving image archiving, an NYU MIAP Information Session Oct. 20

Since the Orphan Film Symposium is a production of Cinema Studies at New York University and the department's Moving Image Archiving and Preservation master's degree program, I'd offer the following information about our upcoming Information Session. RSVP here

-- Dan Streible, MIAP Director and Orphan Film Symposium Director

NYU’s MIAP Program is now accepting applications for its Master of Arts degree. MIAP is a two-year, interdisciplinary course of study that trains future professionals to manage and preserve collections of film, video, new media, and digital works.MIAP is situated within New York University’s Department of Cinema Studies in the renowned Tisch School of the Arts.

Our application deadline for fall 2017 admission is December 1. You can learn more about the program and application process by visiting our prospective students page, where you can also access MIAP faculty bioscourse descriptions and syllabiinternship summariesexamples of student workalumni testimonials, and more. MIAP provides intensive professional development and prepares its graduates for rich and varied work in archives, museums, libraries, production companies, the art world, and other organizations. 

We will provide an overview of MIAP and answer questions during an Information Sessions on October 20, starting at 6pm EDTPlease join us in person, by phone, or online to learn about the field and our exciting, interdisciplinary graduate degree program! RSVP here.
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