Fifteen recent Parsons graduates have been shortlisted by a panel of industry experts for the Global Design Graduate Show 2023, the fourth edition of the international design showcase for emerging creatives. Voting is open through… Read More »Parsons Graduates Shortlisted in Global Design Graduate Show 2023
Nine recent Parsons graduates have been shortlisted by a panel of industry experts for the Global Design Graduate Show 2022, the third edition of the international design showcase for emerging creatives. This year 5,489 students… Read More »Parsons Graduates Shortlisted in Global Design Graduate Show 2022
‘Designing in Dark Times: An Arendtian Lexicon’ Edited by Eduardo Staszowski & Virginia Tassinari, designed by Andrew LeClair has been awarded a Compasso D’Oro Award
We are delighted to report that the book Designing in Dark Times: An Arendtian Lexicon edited by Parsons’ School of Design Strategies Faculty Eduardo Staszowski & DESIS Lab Visiting Scholar Virginia Tassinari, designed by Parsons’ School of Art, Media,… Read More »‘Designing in Dark Times: An Arendtian Lexicon’ Edited by Eduardo Staszowski & Virginia Tassinari, designed by Andrew LeClair has been awarded a Compasso D’Oro Award
Join us on Thursday, May 12th, 2022 at 9:30am in the MFA Textiles Studio (39 West 13th Street, 3rd floor) for an MFA Textiles Community Conversation (CoCo) event featuring Frances van Hasselt. Frances van Hasselt is a designer and entrepreneur focusing… Read More »Frances van Hasselt: Karoo Mohair, A Story From Farm to Fabric
I’ll take you to an honest place Parsons Design History and Practice BFA Thesis Exhibition Beverly’s – 5 Eldridge St, New York, NY Kenlee Danner, Meg Farrar, Juliette Fratto, Amal Flower Kay, Isla de Luca,… Read More »I’ll take you to an honest place: Parsons Design History and Practice BFA Thesis Exhibition
For our seventh issue, the Journal of Art Criticism (JAC) seeks essays and original artworks that interrogate the notion of temperature in the changing world of contemporary art. Some questions that might guide this exploration… Read More »Call for Submissions: Journal of Art Criticism
The work of Parsons School of Fashion students, Weijing Xiao (BFA Fashion Design) and Bonan Li (AAS Fashion Design), are featured in a new exhibition Transmissions: Heritage and New Creation at the Museo Cristóbal Balenciaga… Read More »Parsons School of Fashion Students Featured in Balenciaga Museum Exhibit
Dr. Mary Nangah (MFA Fine Arts ’09) is among four artists selected to assist with creating, planning, and leading experiences on and off-site throughout 2022 at the Carter.
BFA Fine Arts faculty Golnar Adili is a finalist for the Art Jameel Prize, created to recognize the influence of Islamic tradition on contemporary culture and celebrate contemporary practitioners inspired by Islamic design and visual… Read More »Jameel Prize for contemporary artists and designers
MFA Industrial Design alum Livio Melo, founder of Allmansright, created a brand about a reintroduction into nature with a focus on living a more natural life.
Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Sreshta Rit Premnath’s exhibit “Grave/Grove” is now on view at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. Based in Brooklyn, Premnath works in sculpture, photography, painting, installation and video.
Bentley Motors collaborated with Hessa Al Suwaidi (MFA Textiles ’22) to create a creative installation inspired by Bentley’s craftsmanship and design of movement, combined with a modern iteration of traditional Emirati weaving.
Award recipients include Board of Directors’ Tribute recipient Yeohlee Teng (BFA Fashion Design) and American Menswear Designer of the Year Emily Adams Bode (BAFA Philosophy/Fashion Design ’13).
Edited by Eduardo Staszowski (Associate Professor of Design Strategies) and Virginia Tassinari (2021 Parsons DESIS Lab Visiting Scholar), Designing in Dark Times: An Arendtian Lexicon was selected by the Italian Design Association to be part… Read More »Designing in Dark Times Selected for Italian Design Index 2021
Petya Andreeva, Assistant Professor of Asian Art and Design History, hopes to expand representation of nomadic and pastoral societies through research that will showcase their lives as designers, artists, inventors, politicians, and more.
A look inside Tracy Reese’s (BFA Fashion Design ’84) vision to transform Detroit into an ethical fashion manufacturing hub and leader in the American garment industry.
School of Fashion students Weijing Xiao (BFA Fashion Design) and Bonan Li (AAS Fashion Design), along with Emeritus Professor Francesca Sammaritano, will feature in an upcoming Cristóbal Balenciaga Museum exhibit set to open December 3,… Read More »Parsons School of Fashion in Balenciaga Museum Exhibit
Twenty-one recent Parsons graduates have been shortlisted by a panel of industry experts for the Global Design Graduate Show 2021, the second edition of ARTSTHREAD x GUCCI’s design showcase for emerging creatives. This initiative was… Read More »Parsons Graduates Shortlisted in ARTSTHREAD Global Design Graduate Show 2021
After reviewing the nominations and interviewing candidates, a university selection committee made up of student senators, staff and faculty has chosen Heeya Mody (BFA Design and Technology ‘23) and Austin G. Casebolt (MFA Fine Arts… Read More »Parsons Students Heeya Mody and Austin G. Casebolt Selected as Student Trustees
Jess Irish wins “Best Director of a Documentary Short” award for lyrical non-fiction film “This Mortal Plastik”
Jess Irish (Associate Professor of Design & Technology ) won the “Best Director of a Documentary Short” award this week for her lyrical non-fiction film “This Mortal Plastik” at its theatrical debut in the Chain… Read More »Jess Irish wins “Best Director of a Documentary Short” award for lyrical non-fiction film “This Mortal Plastik”
The University Center, List and Performing Arts Libraries are places to come together and produce research and creativity. While we’ve welcomed patrons virtually and at library pick ups since our physical spaces closed, the Libraries… Read More »Fall 2021 Message from The New School Libraries
Shradha Kochhar Gains Invaluable Experience at Tory Burch as Part of MFA Textiles Atelier Externship Program
Enormous soft sculptures are suspended from the ceiling and draped over a mood board in a corner of the Atelier at the Tory Burch New York office. At an adjacent table piled with textiles, a… Read More »Shradha Kochhar Gains Invaluable Experience at Tory Burch as Part of MFA Textiles Atelier Externship Program
Swedish American artist Siri Berg (1921-2020), who taught Color & Design and Color Theory at Parsons from 1982 – 2013, was known for her exploration of color. Siri passed away on April 8, 2020 during the… Read More »An Open Studio Tribute to Siri Berg, Former Fine Arts Professor at Parsons
Hosted by the office of Career Development + Experience, these fairs give students the opportunity to network and learn about internships, freelance openings, part-time work and full-time positions. This semester there are two ways to connect with employers:… Read More »Spring 2021 Virtual Job & Internship Fair
The Graduate Minor in Design and Urban Justice is available to all graduate students at The New School. It requires successful completion of nine credits. Please visit our site for more information about the minor’s… Read More »The Design and Urban Justice Graduate Minor at Parson
Associate Professor of Illustration Lauren Redniss’ new book, Oak Flat: A Fight for Sacred Land in the American West, tells the human stories around a proposed copper mine on sacred Apache territory in southeastern Arizona.
Public Seminar is the online publication of the New School. Its web site features a variety of daily posts on a variety of topics. The weekly “issue” highlights featured pieces that have been more rigorously… Read More »Full Scholarship 3 Credit Internships at Public Seminar
Eligibility: Open to students from all colleges of The New School Application Deadline: Thursday, December 3, 2020 The Tishman family generously funds scholarships for students at Parsons and other schools of the university who show interest in,… Read More »John L. Tishman Scholarship
Fairy Tale Architecture, co-authored by Andrew Bernheimer, Assistant Professor of Architecture, is featured in this design book round-up.
Alumnus and bridal designer Jean-Ralph Thurin is featured in this piece highlighting Black designers who have made their mark in an industry that has often left out people of color.
Christine Facella, Parsons BFA Product Design, ’04, and a current Parsons faculty member, is part of a team that recently won the prestigious “Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge” competition held by the Van Alen Institute.
Lauren Redniss, Associate Professor of Illustration, on global mining conglomerate Rio Tinto’s opportunity to live up to its promise to Indigenous people by not exploiting Oak Flat in Arizona.
This piece by ADHT faculty member Margaret Samu draws attention to the varied Russian works of art and design in the museum’s collection.
2020 MFA Textiles graduate Sagarika Sundaram was recently featured in the PBS ALL ARTS program’s Rising Artist series.
Architectural design faculty Jeremy Barbour discusses retail design, online learning, and more on Design Milk’s DMTV.
2020 MFA Textiles graduate Jacob Olmedo was recently featured in the PBS ALL ARTS program’s Rising Artist series.