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10 Questions with the Dean (video)

Susan Taylor-Leduc, Dean of Parsons Paris, answers 10 questions, extracted from Proust’s Questionnaire. http://www.youtube.com/embed/hx1DLn98hZ0 Since 1994, Taylor-Leduc has taught international and American students in Paris, most recently serving as academic director and associate professor of Art History at Trinity College in Paris, which she co-founded in 2006. She has served as a visiting lecturer at the Graduate […]

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Faculty Exhibition: Klaus Fruchtnis

Faculty member Klaus Fruchtnis will participate (with fellow artist Donald Abad) in the upcoming international sound festival City Sonic 2013 in Belgium. Within the framework of the European Mobility artistic project “Park in Progress” Klaus will participate in a residency that will give rise to the “European Night of young creation” September the 6th , 2013 […]

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Foodie Tour: Good Eats in Paris!

Erin Stine, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission here at Parsons, recently made her Parsons Admission blog debut with her post about good eats in Paris. As Erin puts it, she’s “that person who constantly is taking food photos on their iPhone and planning vacations around what I’ll eat in a particular place”. She recently visited our […]

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Evan Roth: New York to Paris

On the occasion of the opening of its new academic center in the 1st Arrondissement, Parsons Paris presents an exhibition of work by Parsons alumnus and award-winning contemporary artist Evan Roth. Roth applies a hacker philosophy to an art practice that visualizes transient moments in public space, online and in popular culture. The exhibition which […]

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Faculty Exhibition: Glitch Moment/ums

Faculty member Ben Gaulon is having a busy summer of exhibitions and festivals. His most recent show, “Glitch Moment/ums” at Furtherfield Gallery in London, featured his work KindleGlitched. As described on his website, this work “is a series of glitched kindles donated, found or bought on eBay, signed by the artist. The generated visual are unique and permanent. […]

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Faculty Profile: Benjamin Gaulon

We are delighted to introduce Benjamin Gaulon, full-time faculty who will be leading our programs in Art, Media and Technology – the BFA in AMT and the MFA in Design and Technology. Ben (as he prefers to be called) is an artist, researcher and art college lecturer. He has previously released work under the name […]

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Faculty Profile: Introducing Edward S. Mills III (video)

We are delighted to introduce Edward S. Mills III, Parsons Paris Director of Student Life & Advising. In this video he answers 10 questions, extracted from Proust’s Questionnaire. Edward grew up in Lakeville, CT but has spent over nine years of his life abroad, beginning with a year at Collège Campra in Aix-en-Provence, France at age 12. […]

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Faculty Profile: Introducing Dean Susan Taylor-Leduc

Please join us in welcoming the new Dean of Parsons Paris, Susan Taylor-Leduc! Since 1994, Taylor-Leduc has taught international and American students in Paris, most recently serving as academic director and associate professor of Art History at Trinity College in Paris, which she co-founded in 2006. She has served as a visiting lecturer at the […]

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Information Sessions in Paris and London

These events have passed. For new information sessions, see this post. Parsons Paris—located near the Louvre and Notre Dame cathedral—offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs taught in English. Guided by professionals from Europe and New York, students collaborate on creative projects using the city as their laboratory. Connecting Paris and New York City Parsons Paris students […]

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Student Opportunity: Form Follows Sound

Parsons Paris is delighted to support this exciting new partnership between Parsons, Goldsmiths, and Centre Pompidou’s IRCAM. Students are encouraged to apply to participate in this two-day workshop on sonic interaction design that will take place in New York. Call for Participation Form follow sounds: Imagining Sonic Interactions One evening lecture and two days Workshop […]

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