Apply for One of Two $5000 Student Grant Opportunities from Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design

The mission of the Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design is twofold: to foster the understanding of the design intersections between nature and technology and to support a heightened sense of responsibility for increasing the sustainability of built environments. This year two student grants will be awarded.

David W. Orr, 2013 Kalil Fellow Lecture

Join us 6-7:30pm in Tishman Auditorium for the annual Kalil Endowment for Smart Design Awards and lecture by 2013 Kalil Fellow, David W. Orr, noted environmentalist, on the topic of Design for a Post Sandy World. The three competitive $5,000 Kalil Project Grants will be presented.

Kalil Grants Announced

SCE is pleased to announce the winners of the three $5,000 Kalil Endowment for Smart Design Project Grants for 2012-2013
made possible by the generosity of former SCE faculty Michael Kalil.

SCE Faculty Publications Pecha Kucha

Join us Thursday Feb 14th, 6-7pm for presentation from recently published SCE Faculty.

Spring SCE Public Programs Announced

Please join us for our series of special events this semester

Proposals due for The Vera List New School Art Collection Writing Award

A unique writing competition open to all New School students in all divisions and all programs.
First place award of $400 and a second place award of $200.

William Massie: “Surf Ace”

Presentation of current work. Thursday Nov. 8 6pm The Glass Corner, 25th East 13th Street room 206 An interactive installation by SCE faculty Eva Perez de Vega & Ian Gordon at [space on white]

In, designed in collaboration with Human Kinetics Movement Arts, a spider-like web of metal and elastic elements suspended and stretched in the space is reconfigured by dancers with magnets. Public free performances: Thursday 4th October 2012, 7PM and Thursday 11th October 2012, 7PM at 81 White Street.

‘As It Is On Earth’ by Peter M Wheelwright, a Book Reading and Panel Discussion

‘As It Is On Earth’ has been receiving great press, and is the subject of a blog interview series at Metropolis. The panel discussion, with special guests Susan Szenasy and Joseph Salvatore, will discuss the phenomenon of writers who are also designers. How might the point of view, tools and palettes of the space designer behave differently in the terrain of literature?

SCE Faculty Works in Progress: Daniel Michalik. Nathalie Rozot.

The School of Constructed Environments: Architecture / Interior Design / Lighting Design / Product Design regularly invites a selection of its diverse faculty to present what’s on the table’ in their creative research practices.

This Thursday evening we host ProdDaniel Michalik and Nathalie Rozot.