The New School’s Mannes School of Music spring 2019 season continues to set Mannes apart as a music school with a distinct appetite and commitment to new and experimental work…
Municipal zoning laws across the country have fueled segregation and deepened environmental injustices, but grassroots organizations are now reforming zoning laws to provide protections from industrial pollution, as detailed in a new analysis released today by the Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and partner environmental organizations…
The New School’s School of Drama’s graduate playwrights will be on display during the New Voices Playwrights Festival with four original plays to be produced in repertory this spring…
David E. Van Zandt, President of The New School, to Conclude His Presidency at End of 2019-2020 Academic Year
Van Zandt will step down after nearly a decade leading the institution…
START YOUR ENGINES! “RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE AND ITS IMPACT” ADDED TO EUGENE LANG COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS’ THEATER PROGRAM CURRICULUM
Noted drag historian Joe E. Jeffreys will lead “RuPaul’s Drag Race and Its Impact,” an in-depth exploration of the award-winning reality television show and its far-reaching impact on contemporary culture, scheduled this spring at The New School’s Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts. In addition to probing the history of drag, the class will feature […]
THE NEW SCHOOL ANNOUNCES $250 MILLION NEW CENTURY CAMPAIGN, LARGEST FUNDRAISING EFFORT IN THE UNIVERSITY’S HISTORY
The New School today announced the public phase of its New Century Campaign, the largest campus-wide fundraising effort in its history. The university has set a goal to raise $250 million to mark The New School’s Centennial anniversary as a dynamic center for scholars, artists, and activists.
The New School begins a year-long celebration honoring its legacy of academic freedom, tolerance and free intellectual exchange, as it looks ahead to the next century. Throughout 2019, The New School will invite the public to join in commemorating the university’s distinctive academic and cultural contributions through a compelling array of programs, exhibitions, and musical […]
Schreiber will officially begin her new role on July 1, 2019…
Environmental Justice as a Civil Right – Pavilion of Antigua and Barbuda at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
We are pleased to announce that the exhibition of Antigua and Barbuda’s National Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale will be coming to New York City this winter. After being exhibited at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale from May to November 2018, the Environmental Justice as a Civil Right exhibition will be adapted to the Arnold and Sheila […]
The New School’s College of Performing Arts Launches the Philip Glass Institute, a Landmark Partnership Celebrating Glass’s Indelible Contributions to Art and Culture
Lisa Bielawa to be inaugural Composer-in-Residence and Chief Curator of the Institute, while the Philip Glass Ensemble will also debut as Ensemble-in-Residence at The New School with a concert on January 6th, 2019 at 4:30 pm.
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In the Headlines
Katya Ekimian, BFA Fashion Design ’21, designed a dress for the Met gala (The New York Times)
A study by NSSR/Milano faculty member Darrick Hamilton sheds new light on America’s racial wealth gap (Think Progress)
A study by NSSR’s Shai Davidai confirms that you’re really going to regret not chasing your crazy dreams (Inc.)
Susan Rubin, Illustration ’82, is an accomplished pet trainer, and gives her recommendations for a healthier life for senior dogs (Consumer Advocates)
Alexandra Délano, chair of Global Studies, penned an op-ed on how the Mexican government supports its ‘migrant heroes’ while shunning individuals who are deported back to the country (The Los Angeles Times)