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Exploring The Concept Of Invisibility Across Science, Culture, And Society

Scholars explore the concept of invisibility in the context of science, culture, and the social world in Invisibility: The Power of an Idea, a concerence presented by the Center for Public Scholarship at The New School April 20 and 21.

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Hugo Boss Launches Sustainability Workshop with Parsons School of Design

The four-week workshop included the “Innovating Impact Design” competition, which brought together students from different disciplines to collaborate on sustainable, innovative product and marketing ideas for Hugo Boss…

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Experts Explore How America Is Viewed By The Rest Of The World In The Wake Of The 2016 Presidential Election

In the aftermath of the 2016 U.S. election, and a disruptive first 100 days of the new presidency, the United States is, again, under intense scrutiny from the international community. Their America: the U.S.in the Eyes of the Rest of the World Post Election brings together experts on China, Israel and Palestine, Latin America, the […]

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Exhibition of Cartographies Explores Concepts Of Sacred Geography

The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at Parsons School of Design and the India China Institute (ICI) at The New School present Kailash Cartographies, a multi-media exhibition of artists from India, China, Nepal, and the United States who explore conceptions of sacred geography, particularly in the Himalayas.

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The New School And Parsons Feature Socially Engaged Design And Technology At SXSW Interactive

The New School ​— a progressive New York City university comprised of five schools including Parsons School of Design — returns to​ SXSW Interactive this year, sharing innovative projects and perspectives that embody ​the university’s human­-centered approach to technology and design-inspired solutions to pressing social issues.

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Study: Conflict Is Driven By Perceptions Of Fair Or Unfair Treatment, Nor Religious, Ethnic, And Political Differences

We often conceive of modern conflict as being the result of sectarian, ethnic, or ideological divisions. But according to a new study, those aren’t necessarily the factors driving tension and strife.

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Exploring Design Responses To Political Trauma

The New School presents Making Home in Wounded Places: Memory, Design, and the Spatial, an international symposium exploring how the built environment can be used to mitigate human suffering.

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Artists Explore Relationships to ‘Wounded Places’

The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at Parsons School of Design presents Far Away from Where?, a multimedia exhibition featuring international artists who explore their relationships to “wounded places” — sites of political conflict, communities marred by turmoil, and temporary refugee settlements that become permanent — and the histories they embody.

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Parsons School Of Design And Panasonic Team Up To Create Wearable Technology Pieces And Experiences That Address Wellness Needs

The New School’s Parsons School of Design and Panasonic Corporation, the Japanese multinational electronics company, have teamed up to create wearable technology pieces and experiences that address wellness needs.

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The New School Celebrates The Installation Of Frank Stella’s Deauville

The New School celebrates the installation of Frank Stella’s Deauville, a monumental 45-foot painting from the artist’s 1970s Race Track series. The most significant single gift ever given to The New School Art Collection, Deauville grew out of the artist’s interest in horseracing and is named after a racetrack in Deauville, a French seaside resort on the […]

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