Statement of The New School Board of Trustees on the Events of April 10-11, 2009

Following is a statement from The New School Board of Trustees regarding the events of April 10-11, 2009: We are responding to the events of April 10-11. There is no room for violence or threats of violence at The New School. Friday’s break-in of 65 Fifth Avenue disrupted the health, welfare and academic pursuits of […]

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The New School Responds to Recent Events on Campus

Last Friday, an illegal break-in and occupation of a New School building resulted in the arrest of 22 individuals. Of the group, 14 were New School students (seven graduates and seven undergraduates). The New York Police Department has stated that those arrested are pending charges, and The New School has suspended the students involved pending […]

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Update from The New School

Early this morning, a New School building at the corner of 14th Street and 5th Avenue was illegally broken into by approximately 30 people, some of whom were New School students. The police were involved and 22 protesters were arrested. Any participant that is enrolled at The New School will be suspended pending completion of […]

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Parsons Presents Design on the Edge with Bruce Nussbaum

Bruce Nussbaum, Visiting Professor of Innovation and Design at The New School and BusinessWeek contributing editor, will host conversations with international design innovators John Thackara (April 20) and Ezio Manzini (May 4) as part of Design at the Edge, Redesigning Our Lives in an Era of Radical Change, a lecture series held in conjunction with […]

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The New School and The Architectural League Present Conference on New Architectures of India

The Architectural League of New York joins with Parsons The New School for Design and the India China Institute of The New School to present a two-day conference titled, Emerging Exchanges: New Architectures of India,, on April 30 and May 1, 2009 at The New School. The conference will include presentations by architects working in […]

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Parsons Presents MFA Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition at The Kitchen

Parsons The New School for Design will present its MFA Fine Art Thesis Exhibition May 7 through 16 at The Kitchen in Chelsea. The show brings together drawing, painting, sculptures video, installation and performance from 21 graduating students.

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Message Regarding Fine Arts Faculty at Parsons

The following is a message from Sven Travis, Interim Dean of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons; Lydia Matthews, Parsons Associate Design of Academic Programs; and New School Interim Provost Tim Marshall: As you may be aware, some concerns have been expressed about changes occurring in the Fine Arts program at Parsons. We are writing […]

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Parsons Presents 2009 Thesis Exhibitions

Parsons The New School for Design is pleased to announce its 2009 thesis show schedule, which celebrates the work of its graduating students. Throughout the month of May, Parsons will present a series of exhibitions in The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and venues across Manhattan, representing the final works of its undergraduate and graduate […]

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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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