Designer Tom Dixon at the Parsons School of Design in New York – discussing mass production and uniqueness
“The thing that is a little bit nagging in people’s minds about mass production is that everything looks the same. […]
Dr. Sharon Sutton, FAIA, joins Parsons’ 2017 Design Workshop Team + AIANY Medal of Honor + Upcoming Book signings
Dr. Sharon Sutton, FAIA, joins Parsons’ 2017 Design Workshop Team + AIANY Medal of Honor + Upcoming Book signings Parsons […]
Parallel Cities 1 explored the process of craft techniques combining digital and analogue media with film and physical models to […]
Making Center Workshops An ongoing goal at Parsons is to support learning beyond the classroom. The making facilities across the […]
A series of events on the the theme of examining (or unpacking) diversity specifically in design related fields.
This series of workshops will explore themes from the Cities and Citizenship conference and facilitate dialogue between students and professionals from a variety of disciplines including architecture, design, urban planning, and sociology.
Site Specificity, Body as Form: Everyday places are carefully choreographed in Wexler + Hartmann’s MFA Interior Design Studio 1, fall 2013.
A project initiated by 3 students from across the SCE graduate programs to transform unwanted samples from the Materials Library into playful, useful objects.
Living Arts City Workshop in Phnom Penh on November 14 – Confluences, Boundaries and Voices: Living Arts City
On November 14, the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh will host Confluences, Boundaries and Voices, the latest in an ongoing series of Living Arts City Workshops.
The New Zealand-based designer David Trubridge recently led an intensive storytelling workshop with SCE students.