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Faculty Profile: David Carroll

We’re delighted to announce that David Carroll will join the full-time faculty team in the upcoming spring 2014 semester. He will be teaching two courses in the area of Art, Media, and Technology – a core studio on Interaction Design and an extremely timely elective called Surveillance Design. As Associate Professor of Media Design, and […]

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Faculty Awarded Grant

New media artist and part-time faculty member Klaus Fruchtnis has been awarded the “Résidence-Mission CLEA (Contrat Local d’Éducation Artistique) – Terres de France” grant. Klaus will be developing a cultural & education policy and practice program within the Seine-Saint-Denis department from January through April 2014. Klaus’ vision of new media fosters more than the artistic […]

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Faculty exhibition "La Maison de l’arbre&quot at Ateliers Méliès

Fifteen artists will gather, at “La Maison de l’arbre” (Ateliers Méliès), for the artistic collaboration between the selected artists from the program Park in progress, and young artists from the East-side of Paris. Artists, singers, rappers, dancers, etc. these young artists from different horizons will share and create together for another European Night of Young […]

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Faculty Artist Talk: REWU #10

REWU #10 will explore the forms of collaboration between artists and scientists. Artist, researcher, and part-time faculty member, Klaus Fruchtnis and scientist, Christophe Morin from the CNRS/CCRRET (French National Center of Scientifc Research) will discuss about their recent collaborative experience “From one world to another”, in order to question the relations between artistic/creative processes and […]

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Art and Science: Faculty Exhibition

Faculty member Klaus Fruchtnis was selected to participate in an art and science residency entitled, “From one world to another one” in which he meets with scientist Christophe Morin to collaborate on “cell tissue, repair and regeneration” and “the pixel” as part of digital language development. The residency is in collaboration with the French National Center for […]

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Faculty Profile: Emmanuel Guy

We are delighted to announce our Full-time Faculty and Director of Art and Design History and Theory, Emmanuel Guy. Emmanuel’s research focuses on the history of 20th century avant-garde and counterculture in the arts, literature, architecture and politics, collage and sampling practices in the visual arts and music, as well as strategic history and theory. […]

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De*main: A Showcase of Parsons Fashion

Opening Paris Fashion Week, Parsons Paris will present an installation of collections from the top graduates of its world-renowned Fashion Design program. This includes the most recent Designer of the Year, a prestigious honor that was awarded to Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler and Marc Jacobs in their graduating years. The exhibition […]

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Workshop at Centre Pompidou

Drawing/ Imaging faculty member Jason Glasser will be leading a workshop at the Centre Pompidou on October 6, from 15-18hr. The workshop, part of the Pompidou’s LES IMPROMPTUS series, will allow children and adults to contribute to an ever-changing 3-channel video installation. Free admission.

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Collaboration with Vanessa Seward and A.P.C.

Faculty member Jason Glasser  recently collaborated with the fashion designer Vanessa Seward and the brand A.P.C. The first clothing to feature his designs have just hit the stores for the fall/ winter collection. With already several mentions in the press, you can read more in Interview magazine, L’Officiel, and Vogue.

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Roundtable during Paris Design Week

ENSAAMA will host a Franco-American roundtable with WantedDesign (New York), Parsons Paris, and ENSCI-Les Ateliers for the Paris Design Week. This meeting will be an occasion to present the results of the international workshop “Water Cycles” that was held at WantedDesign during New York Design Week in May 2013. Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat organized […]

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