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Fashion Show 2017 Videos

Without further ado, the 2017 BFA Fashion Design fashion show in videos! A huge thank you to all of our partners and collaborators. The 2017 Parsons Show Fashion Show would not have been the same without them! Production: SPLEEN FACTORY Music: Jérémie Renoir Hair: Ecole Coiffure Studio Hair Stylist Agathe Segura Make-up: MAKE UP FOR EVER Academy Photo […]

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Graduation 2017

This year’s graduation took place at La Gaité Lyrique on May 19th. It was not only our largest graduating class, but also included the first cohort of students who had spent all four years at our Paris campus at 45 Rue Saint Roch after we relaunched in 2013. Additionally we had students graduate from each […]

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Graduation Show: CONTINUUM

This year’s BFA Art, Media & Technology and MFA Design & Technology graduation show “CONTINUUM” took place down the street from Parsons Paris at Galerie24b. Works included virtual reality, photography, illustration, video, installation, projection mapping, and digital storytelling. MFA Design & Technology mobility student from NYC, Paolo Villaneuva, created this video to document the event. Beyza Dilem Toptal (MFA […]

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Parsons Paris Festival 2017

The Parsons Paris Festival 2017 showcases extraordinary work by students across our programs. Three major events make up the festival, culminating on Friday, May 19th with the Exhibition Opening at Parsons Paris and Galerie 24b on Rue Saint Roch — everyone is encouraged to attend this final event. STAY TUNED TO THIS POST FOR MORE INFORMATION. The […]

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R3FRAG Symposium

REFRAG is a symposium exploring new connections between art, culture and technology. This year, R3FRAG celebrates the 3rd annual festival hosted by the Parsons Paris Art, Media & Technology department. The 2017 edition is articulated around 4 events: R1FRAG: Broadcast Hysteria (March 30th to 4th of April): Sonic arts and DIY electronic for audio design   MARCH 30/31 HOËL DURET WORKSHOP 11AM/4PM . […]

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Parsons Paris Summer Open House – March 11

Every summer we welcome students from around the world aged pre-college to college/adult as they take place in our summer intensive programs. We’ll be opening our doors Saturday, March 11 for the Parsons Paris Summer Open House from 2-4pm at 45 Rue Saint Roch 75001 Paris. Take a tour of our Paris campus, meet faculty and staff, and […]

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Dangerous on-the-way at Palais de Tokyo

Parsons Paris has recently had the honor of partnering with the Palais de Tokyo, the largest center for contemporary art in Europe of the solo show of Australian artist/ Parsons Paris faculty member Mel O’Callaghan. Dangerous on-the-way continues her reflections about ritual as a transformative expression of the human condition combining sculpture, video, and performance. […]

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Rockefeller Archive Center workshop: World War II Refugee Scholars

Last fall as part of our Memories & Politics of Exile Symposium, we invited the Rockefeller Archive Center [RAC] to Paris for an interactive workshop. The Rockefeller Foundation’s refugee scholar program, which ran from 1933 to 1945, was not intended as a relief program, but rather sought to “salvage for the world of scholarship . . . […]

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Reflecting Zadig and Reinventing Parisian Fashion

Spot the work of Parsons Paris students in the window displays of Zadig & Voltaire three times between now and September 2017.  The unique collaboration dubbed “Reflecting Zadig” was imagined to celebrate 20 years of Zadig & Voltaire and has resulted with first concept “The Mirror” that already dons the two flagship stores — Paris (20 Rue […]

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Pop Up Store: Les Mécanismes de Création

As design students we learn to embrace the process of creating, and we want to bring you through this journey with us. On the evening of 24th November, Parsons Paris students will host our 2nd annual pop up store, Les Mécanismes de Creations. 14 students will be selling their own products during this show, from clothing […]

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