Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts Presents an Evening With Ralph Lemon

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts presents An Evening With Ralph Lemon. This renowned Lang College visiting artist will discuss his creative process and recent interdisciplinary work, including his upcoming series of student workshops on the Practice of Form at Lang College and also his first solo exhibition (the efflorescence of) Walter,, […]

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The New School for Drama Presents Second Annual Random Acts! One-Act Play Festival

For six weekends this spring, the Random Acts! One-Act Play Festival invites audiences to experience the best of The New School for Drama’s up-and-coming actors, directors, and playwrights. Free to the public, the festival features works by John Guare, David Lindsay-Abaire, Anton Chekhov, David Ives, Tennessee Williams, Terrence McNally, and more, as well as seven […]

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Parsons Takes on The Sims: Machinima, Mods, and More

This spring, Parsons The New School for Design will present The Sims‚Ñ¢: In the Hands of Artists, an exhibition exploring the world of Electronic Arts’ popular video game, The Sims, April 19-May 12, 2007, at the Chelsea Art Museum. Works on view by students in the Communication Design, Design and Technology, and Illustration programs at […]

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Parsons The New School for Design Presents Form Follows Fashion: Isabel and Ruben Toledo

Parsons The New School for Design and Curator Jessica Glasscock present Isabel and Ruben Toledo, a design team who embody the broad view of fashion’s possibilities with an approach that owes as much to the architect’s designs as the dressmaker’s art. The Toledos will discuss two decades in fashion and the question of reconciling (or, […]

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The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music 20th Anniversary Programs

This spring, The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music continues its 20th anniversary celebration with exciting concerts and special events, including faculty member Charles Tolliver leading the New School Jazz Orchestra and an Art Blakey/Jazz Messengers Repertory Ensemble at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola (April 30). This year’s Jazz Presents series highlights […]

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Mannes Orchestra Closes 2006’07 Season at Lincoln Center

On April 5, 2007 at 8:00 p.m., The Mannes Orchestra will perform the world premiere of a new composition by Seymour Barab, Sinfonia Satirica, or Glancing Askance at the Orchestra, narrated by WQXR radio personality Robert Sherman, in its final of four Lincoln Center performances at Alice Tully Hall during the 2006-07 season. Guest conductor […]

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Projected Benefits of the Doha Round Hinge on Misleading Trade Model

The World Bank underestimates the risks and overestimates the benefits of multilateral trade liberalization, according to a new study released today by The New School’s Bernard Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis. Written by Lance Taylor, the Arnhold Professor of International Cooperation and Development at The New School, the study comes as many policy-makers are […]

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Founder of Sustainable South Bronx to Deliver Annual Michael Kalil Lecture at The New School

On Monday, April 9, 2007, The New School will present a lecture by Majora Carter, the MacArthur-winning executive director and founder of Sustainable South Bronx (SSB). Carter will speak on the topic of sustainability and environmental justice at the annual Michael Kalil Lecture on Natural and Technological Systems, sponsored by The Michael Kalil Endowment for […]

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The New School For Jazz and Contemporary Music Presents a Rare Duo Performance by Jim Hall and Peter Bernstein

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents a rare duo performance by guitarists Peter Bernstein (’90) and former New School Jazz faculty member Jim Hall, who performed together at New School Jazz 14 years ago, when what began as teacher-student mentoring relationship developed into a lasting friendship. The performance is part of New […]

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Experts Challenge Conventional Economic Wisdom in New School Panel

Conventional wisdom suggests that the deficits are too high, personal savings rates too low, federal government spending is out of control, and too much of our debt is held by foreign governments. But do we know with any confidence when these imbalances become unsustainable?

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