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PRIMA Micro-architecture Competition

PRIMA Micro-architecture Competition

PRIMA artistic director and Parsons Paris instructor Francesca Bonesio invites Parsons Paris students to participate in the 2019 PRIMA Micro-architecture competition: PRIMA is launching a competition to create a park that will bring together the raw materials of the French quarrying company Groupe CB, and the inspiration of future generations of architects and designers, under the […]

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Graphic Design Play Book

Graphic Design Play Book

Congrats to Art, Media and Technology instructors Sophie Cure and Aurélien Farina who have just published Graphic Design Play Book, the English version of their book Le livret d’initiation au graphisme. It’s an introduction to graphic design through games and activities (puzzles, visual challenges, etc.) based on works of designers like Otl Aicher, Paul Rand, […]

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Culture Maps in Creative Team Dynamics

Culture Maps in Creative Team Dynamics

In Creative Team Dynamics class lead by Sabri Ben Radhia, Strategic Design and Management sophomores discussed different meanings and facets of “culture” and what it means to work with international teams. Everyone shared their own experiences and cultural misconceptions. Students learned about the Culture Map, an 8-scale model designed by Erin Meyers, which empowers managers […]

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Let's talk library!

Let’s talk library!

Caroline Marie (class of 2023) sat down for a conversation with Kandace Clifton (MA Fashion Studies class of 2020) who manages the Parsons Paris library. What are you studying at Parsons Paris and how did you come to manage the Parsons Paris library? I am an MA Fashion Studies student, in my second year. I’ve […]

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Midterms Stress Management

Midterms Stress Management

Midterms are in full swing! Everyone’s super busy with studying, drafting, photographing, sewing, painting, making prototypes, printing and more… but we managed to check in with some students to see how they’re dealing with stress or how they take a break from the craziness. It’s important for me to remember that it’s not the end-all […]

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A visit to the MacVal

A visit to the MacVal

Who’s welcomed in the museum? Who is art representing? Led by instructor Emmanuel Cohen, students visited the MacVal, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Vitry, a suburb of Paris. In a city marked by waves of immigration during the 20th century, the exhibition Persona Grata invites the viewers to a reflection on hospitality. If hospitality […]

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Hakuna Matata Week

Hakuna Matata Week

As we get close to midterms, Student Success has planned Hakuna Matata Week from Monday September 30th through Friday October 4th, to provide some welcome fun and relaxation in the run-up to exams. Students are encouraged to enjoy the FREE SESSIONS to learn how to relax and relieve stress through different exercises and methods. Monday : Relaxing […]

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Emma Jacobs in conversation with Stephanie Nadalo about The Little(r) Museums of Paris

Emma Jacobs in conversation with Stephanie Nadalo about The Little(r) Museums of Paris

Excited to announce this event moderated by Parsons Paris faculty Stephanie Nadalo! From the American Library website: Evenings with an Author: Emma Jacobs in conversation with Stephanie Nadalo about The Little(r) Museums of Paris October 8, 7:30-9pm American Library of Paris Please join us for a conversation with Emma Jacobs about her book, The Little(r) […]

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Claire Richard wins the Prix Italia in Radio Drama

Claire Richard wins the Prix Italia in Radio Drama

Congratulations to Claire Richard, Parsons Paris faculty member leading Advanced Research Seminar and Art of Storytelling, for winning the Prix Italia in Radio Drama, an international competition organized by RAI in Italy, with contestants from media all over the world. She was recognized for her radio drama entitled Les Chemins de Désir produced by ARTE radio […]

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2019 Paris Climate Strike Images

2019 Paris Climate Strike Images

Photo documentation of the Paris Climate Strike by Joseph Anderson (Class of 2023) 

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