The New School — a progressive New York City university comprised of five schools including Parsons School of Design — returns to SXSW in Austin, Texas March 9-16, sharing innovative projects and perspectives that embody the university’s human-centered approach to technology and design-inspired solutions to pressing issues.
The New School Presents Perspectives on Digital Sanctuary, AI For Social Good, And Fashion For People of All Abilities at 2018 SXSW
Sociologist Eiko Ikegami Researches Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder In The Virtual World Of Second Life
Eiko Ikegami, professor of sociology at The New School for Social Research (NSSR), investigated adults with autism spectrum disorder in the digital world of Second Life — a study that revealed an “incredible richness of mental life” and a vibrant sense of community among a largely unseen segment of the population.
A New Global Agenda: Priorities, Practices, and Pathways of the International Community by Diana Ayton-Shenker Launches at The New School
The New School and Diana Ayton-Shenker, the university’s global catalyst senior fellow, celebrate the publication of A New Global Agenda: Priorities, Practices, and Pathways of the International Community, in which two dozen contributors from 10 countries explore ways of navigating volatile times and breaking through to a more just, sustainable, and vibrant world.
The Iconic Experimental Music Venue The Stone Permanently Moves to The New School’s College of Performing Arts
The Stone will continue to operate five nights a week, with concerts featuring acclaimed avant-garde artists in the Glass Box Theater…
#charlottesville: Before And Beyond, First Book To Emerge From The Violence And White Supremacist Rallies In Charlottesville, Va., Out Now
The New School’s Public Seminar announces the publication of #Charlottesville: Before and Beyond, a collection of essays by scholars and activists that tackle issues surrounding the violence and white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville, Va.
The new faculty will help amplify Mannes School of Music’s commitment to a world class conservatory experience, and continued presentation of innovative live performances…
College of Performing Arts at The New School Congratulates Faculty and Alumni Grammy Winners and Nominees
Faculty and alumni from Mannes School of Music, School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, and School of Drama were among the winners and nominees at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards…
The Climate Museum And Parsons School of Design at The New School Present 88 Cores, a New Climate Installation By Peggy Weil
The Climate Museum has opened the second leg of In Human Time, the organization’s inaugural exhibition in partnership with Parsons School of Design at The New School.
The festival will feature four original pieces, which will premiere February 17-24, 2018, and April 21-28, 2018.
The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at The New School’s Parsons School of Design presents The Ocean After Nature, an exhibition that considers the ocean as reflecting the ecological, cultural, political, and economic realities of a globalized world.
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In the Headlines
Parsons announced the honorees for the 70th Annual Parsons Benefit: Solange Knowles, CEO of Gucci Marco Bizzarri, and CEO/Founder of Farfetch José Neves (Vogue)
David Carroll, Associate Professor of Media Design, penned an op-ed about why he’s suing Cambridge Analytica (Motherboard)
Michelle Materre, Associate Professor of Media Studies and Film, promoted an event at The New School marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (ABC7)
Open Style Lab at Parsons presented clothing for people of all abilities at #SXSW (CNBC)
Maya Wiley appeared on the cover of and was interviewed for Diverse Issues in Higher Education