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Queer Urban Geographies

A team of Parsons New York students will travel with professors Jess Irish & Jane Pirone for a one-week collaborative design workshop to interrogate a hyper-local, multi-sensorial experience of Queer place/spaces in Paris from the perspective of the “outsider”. This perspective will be leveraged through hands-on, psychogeographic explorations and field work into the representations of […]

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June 4: D’ Days event

Parsons Paris and Intramuros present Transcending the Disciplines: A Conversation on the Future of Design Practice with Fiona Raby, Partner, Dunne & Raby and Jamer Hunt, Director, Master of Fine Arts in Transdisciplinary Design, Parsons The New School for Design moderated by Liliana Albertazzi, architecture consultant, Intramuros; professor and researcher, Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme; associate member, […]

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1st Annual International Investors Evening

Parsons Paris was honored to have presented at the first annual International Investors evening sponsored by the Paris Development agency and Paris City Hall. Bridget O’Rourke, Director Parsons Europe for Parsons The New School for Design, represented the school at the event that took place on Thursday, April 4th, with 500 guests in attendance from 27 […]

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Student Opportunity: Boisbuchet Exhibition Fellowships

Parsons The New School for Design students are invited to apply for fellowships at the Boisbuchet domaine in France. Selected candidates will spend two full weeks at the Domaine de Boisbuchet to help design, document, and install an exhibition of Japanese textiles entitled BORO-The Fabric of Life. These patched and mended garments and utilitarian textiles […]

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10 Questions: Jon Jelen

10 questions, extracted from Proust’s Questionnaire, to introduce Parsons Paris’ faculty members. Your favorite virtue. Industriousness Your favorite occupation. Randomly reading encyclopedias Your idea of happiness. Work, lots of work…and being just a little ahead of it If not yourself, who would you be? Friedrich Engels Where would you like to live? Siesta Key (where […]

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