MIAP Student Work

MIAP maintains an extensive digital archive of student work. Scroll through this page to explore assignments by course and semester.

Thesis

Spring 2020

Spring 2019

Spring 2018

Spring 2017

Spring 2016

SPRING 2015

SPRING 2014

SPRING 2013

SPRING 2011

SPRING 2009

SPRING 2008

SPRING 2007

SPRING 2006

SPRING 2005

  • Jeff Martin
    Beyond The Wall Label: Moving Images in the Archives of the Brooklyn Museum (PDF, 349K)
  • Pamela Smith
    Issues of Appraisal and Selection of Community Based Video: Assessing the Videofreex Collection
  • Tanisha Jones
    Don't Touch That Dial: Assessing the Radio Series 'Soul of Reason'
  • Huiming Yu
    The Development and Current Condition of Local Chinese TV stations in New York City
  • Irene E. Taylor
    Ah, the Giraffe Dance! I remember It Well: The Transformation of a Film Collection into an Audio–Visual Collection
  • Margaret Mello
    Collecting Couture: The Moving Image Collection of the Conde Nast Publications Archive

Introduction to MIAP

Fall 2017

Group Research Reports

Final Projects

Fall 2016

Group Research Reports
Final Projects

Fall 2014

Group Projects
Final Projects

Fall 2013

Group Projects
Final Projects

FALL 2010

FALL 2009

FALL 2008

Group Presentations
Final Papers

FALL 2007

Research Projects
Final Papers
Final Presentations

FALL 2005

Case Study Projects
Orphans Projects
Final Projects

FALL 2004

Case Study Projects
Orphans Projects
Final Projects

FALL 2003

Copyright

Fall 2016

Assignment 1 
Assignment 2 - Copyright in the News
Assignment 3 - Copyright Reform

Fall 2015

Assignment 1 
Assignment 2 - Copyright in the News
Assignment 3 - Copyright Reform

Fall 2008

Moving Image and Sound: Basic Issues and Training

Fall 2018

Fall 2017

Fall 2016

Fall 2015

Fall 2014

Fall 2013

Fall 2012

FALL 2011

FALL 2010

FALL 2008

FALL 2006

Metadata for Moving Image Collections

(Formerly Access to Moving Image Collections)

Spring 2016

FALL 2014

FALL 2013

FALL 2012

FALL 2011

FALL 2010

The Culture of Archives, Museums, and Libraries

(Formerly Contemporary Cultural Institutions)

Spring 2020

Observational Papers

Final Papers

Spring 2019

Assignment One

Assignment Two

Final Paper

Spring 2018

Observational Papers 

Final Papers

Spring 2017

Observational Papers
Final Papers

SPRING 2012

SPRING 2011

SPRING 2010

SPRING 2009

Collection Management

Spring 2019

Group Assessment

Final Assignment

Spring 2016

Spring 2015

SPRING 2012

SPRING 2010

SPRING 2009

SPRING 2008

SPRING 2007

SPRING 2006

SPRING 2005

SPRING 2004

 

 

Directed Internship

For past internship summaries, see our Internship listings.

Digital Preservation

Fall 2019

Fall 2018

Fall 2017

Fall 2016

FALL 2014

Assignment #1
Assignment #2
Assignment #3

FALL 2013

Assignment #1
Assignment #2
Assignment #3

FALL 2010

FALL 2009

FALL 2007

Video Preservation I

Fall 2018

Fall 2017

Assignment #1

FALL 2014

FALL 2013

FALL 2011

FALL 2007

Film Preservation

Recent Student Projects

This course gives students practical experience with the process of film preservation including understanding and recognizing film elements, making inspection reports, repairing film, making preservation plans, understanding laboratory processes and procedures for making new film preservation elements, and writing preservation histories. Student work involves completion of actual film preservation projects for BB Optic clients, and resulting documents are private and proprietary. However, in Spring 2018, a restoration of Samba the Great (1977) by Nigerian filmmaker Moustapha Alassane. This was a partnership between the NYU MIAP class of Spring 2018 and the French Embassy. More information can be found here.  Projects students worked on in the Spring 2020 Semester include:

  • Not the First Time by Hollis Frampton for Anthology Film Archives

  • Love by Beryl Sokoloff for Phoenix Arts funded by NFPF

  • Travers by Beryl Sokoloff for Phoenix Arts funded by NFPF

  • France III by Beryl Sokoloff for Phoenix Arts funded by NFPF

  • Still Life with Women & Four Objects by Lynne Sachs

  • The House Of Science: A Museum Of False Facts by Lynne Sachs

  • One Hand Don’t Clap by Kavery Kaul

  • Aqua by Samba Félix Ndiaye in partnership with the French Embassy

  • Le Damier by Balufu Bakupa-Kanyinda with the French Embassy

In Spring 2021, students in Bill’s class will work on Saul Levine’s Notes on an Early Fall (1976) in partnership with the Flaherty Film Seminar, which is supported by the National Film Preservation Fund (NFPF) award, the research related to the proposal was conducted by MIAP ‘18 alum Miles Levy as part of the course in spring 2018. More information can be found here.

Handling Complex Media

SPRING 2011

SPRING 2010

FALL 2006

FALL 2005

FALL 2004

Curating Moving Images

Orphans Film Symposium

This course focuses on the practice of film exhibition and programming in museums, archives, and independent exhibition venues. It examines the goals of public programming, the constituencies such programs attempt to reach, and the cultural ramifications of presenting archival materials to audiences. During the biennial Orphans Film Symposium, student work often takes the form of production of the live event. To learn more, check out Orphans Online (2020) and past symposia.

SPRING 2007

Past Courses