Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts Announces Spring 2009 Forsythe Artists in Residence

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts has named renowned Forsythe dancers and educators Jill Johnson and Mario Zambrano as the 2009 Artists in Residence at The New School. Johnson and Zambrano will create with the students an original work inspired by One Flat Thing, reproduced, a work by choreographer William Forsythe of […]

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Observatory on Latin America Holds Seminar to Include Latin American Voices in High-Profile Reports on Region’s Future

The New School’s Observatory on Latin America will hold a one-day seminar to provide Latin American representatives an opportunity to publicly review high-profile reports defining their continent’s future. The conference will focus on recent reports prepared by the Council on Foreign Relations, Brookings Institution, Americas Society, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on […]

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The Mannes Opera Presents Verdi’s La Traviata Conducted by Joseph Colaneri

The Mannes Opera of Mannes College The New School for Music, conducted by Joseph Colaneri, will present a fully staged production of Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata featuring two international casts of singers from The Mannes Opera accompanied by The Mannes Orchestra. It will be performed in the original Italian. “La Traviata is one of the […]

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Eugene Lang College Presents Discussion on Stakeholders in Stem Cell Debate and Screening of Documentary, Terra Incognita

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts will host Stem Cells in the City: Science, Narratives, and Film,, an event featuring a screening of the feature length documentary Mapping Stem Cell Research: Terra Incognita and a panel discussion on the stem cell debate’s effects on the stakeholders in both the research lab and […]

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Parsons Fashion Benefit to Honor Calvin Klein Inc.’s Tom Murry and Francisco Costa

Parsons The New School for Design will hold their 2009 Parsons Fashion Benefit at Cipriani Wall Street on Wednesday, April 29. Each year the event honors visionaries who have significantly contributed to the field of fashion design; this year’s event will honor Tom Murry, President & CEO of Calvin Klein, Inc., and Francisco Costa, the […]

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Parsons Presents Rethinking Fashion: The Timberland Company

Parsons The New School for Design presents a discussion with Betsy Blaisdell, manager of environmental stewardship for the Timberland Company, as part of Rethinking Fashion, a series presented by the School of Fashion at Parsons to address issues of sustainability in the fashion industry.

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Center for New York City Affairs Releases Report on Issues Facing Parents with Mental Illness

The Center for New York City Affairs and the Center for an Urban Future today issued a joint report documenting the issues facing poor and working class parents with mental illness and their children.

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The New School Participates in New G.I. Program to Provide Full Scholarships to Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans

he New School today announced its participation in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ new GI program. By enrolling in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program and providing additional scholarships matched under the government program, the university will offer full tuition benefits to ten qualifying veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. The GI […]

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Parsons Illustration Participates in Industry Events

This month, the BFA Illustration program at Parsons The New School for Design will participate in two prestigious industry events, Pictoplasma Pictopia in Berlin (March 19-21) and the Bologna Book Fair (March 23-29).

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The New School Public Programs: Spring Literary Events Update

This spring, The New School and its Writing Program present a wide range of literary events, including Oulipo in New York: A Workshop in Experimental Literature (April 1), featuring a group of French-speaking writers and mathematicians who are searching for new structures and patterns in language and having fun at the same time; Considering Forgiveness, […]

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