The School of Design Strategies is an experimental educational environment configured to advance innovative approaches to design and business education in the evolving context of cities, services, and ecosystems. Our students and faculty explore designing as core capability and design as strategic asset in the sustainable practices of individuals, groups, communities, and organizations alike.
Concurrent Urbanities brings together designers, artists, architects, urbanists, planners, non-profit and non-governmental organizations, civic and community activists, with government representatives and the private sector, in order to explore new roles that artists and designers play in encouraging processes of radical democratization, forms of ...Read More
Victoria Marshall has had an article posted in The Nature of Cities collective blog on the urban ecology framework of Patch Dynamics. The post functions as "a how-to-draw-a-patch guide, and partly a reflection on Patch Dynamics, an ecology framework that ...Read More
Opening: 4:00-6:30 pm, December 18, 2012
Location: Cuchifritos Gallery, Essex Street Market, 120 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002
The exhibition will be open 12-6 pm on December 18-26, 2012 (closed on 12/24-25)
The exhibition Elastic Ground presents alternatives to standard commercial ideas for the ...Read More
Dr. Vera Tangari is a community activist, architect and urbanist, and a professor and reseacher at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Dr. Tangari and her colleagues will present four fascinating case studies from Brazil of research as a ...Read More
Earlier this year, we put out a call to the design and business communities: What are the best design-driven innovations of the past year? More than 1,100 companies and organizations responded, offering 1,700 nominees in nine categories. An all-star group of ...Read More
October 27th | The Drawing Lab will transform Aronson Gallery into a three-dimensional data mining and drawing apparatus. The installation accumulates works made by the public: free-hand drawing, photo and video, spatial diagramming and measurement, textual performance and language play...which ...Read More
October 8th | Parsons the New School for Design is pleased to host the The Art in Odd Places 2011 Festival panel discussion titled Pseudo Public Space moderated by Miodrag Mitrasinovic with panelists Tania Duvergne, Sara Reisman, Leon Reid IV, ...Read More
October 1st | Parsons the New School for Design is pleased to host the The Art in Odd Places 2011 Festival key note address by Linda Mary Montano.
Titled Glandathon Workshop, audience members will experience of the seven energy centers of ...Read More
Location: Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, 66 Fifth Avenue |
To celebrate the launch of three new programs in urban design and urbanism at Parsons, and the separate publication of a seminal new book, ...Read More
In a city like New York, how does sounds create comfort and how does it restrict it?
Saturday, August 6, 2011, 2-4 pm
The BMW-Guggenheim Lab opened it's doors in the East Village this week and will be running programs through ...Read More
May 16 |
Roundtable fora presented by the Parsons School of Design Strategies on research and creative practice tackles the themes of strategic activism, form and meaning, demographic dynamics, and disruptive systems.
Location: Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Orientation Room ...Read More
Parsons and Art in Odd Places Present Street Performance Celebrating NYC Grid Centennial
On Friday, April 1st and Sunday, April 3rd Parsons The New School for Design in partnership with Art in Odd Places and the Harmattan Theater will present “Grid ...Read More
This exhibit is brought to The New School by the newly formed Geo Club and sponsored by urban@parsons during Water Week. The exhibit celebrates the creative, thoughtful, and rigorous application of DIY tools learned in a core urban class to support the work of ...Read More
DESIS Lab Presents
Service Design Performances – Spring 11 Series
SERVICE DESIGN: MORE THAN THE SUM OF ITS PARTS
With Andy Polaine
Date: Monday, February 14, 2011
Time: 6:00 to 7:30pm
Location: 80 5th Avenue, 8th Floor, Room 802, NY
Service Design is more than the sum ...Read More
Cities, Time, and Narratives AMPLIFIED - A panel discussion.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 55 W. 13th St., 2nd Fl.
All are invited to attend this special panel discussion about cities and ...Read More
Friday December 17, 12:00 - 3:00 PM
URBANISMS OF INCLUSION: ATLANTIS TRANSATLANTIC EDUCATION PROGRAM
Pecha-kucha presentations followed by a panel discussion with:
Teddy Cruz, Bruno De Meulder, Kelly Shannon, Glenn Smith, Brian McGrath, Miodrag Mitrasinovic
Glass corner 25 E. 13th Street, 2nd floor
Thursday ...Read More
On Saturday Jeff Warren, the founder of grassrootsmapping.org led a balloon and kite aerial mapping workshop for the students of Street Life and Mapping the City. Grassroots Mapping has completed a range of participatory mapping projects ...Read More
The Solar D team presents in Deanwood, Washington DC March 27th
Parsons The New School for Design and Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy recently launched a multi-year initiative with Stevens Institute of Technology to explore the use ...Read More
Faculty member Cynthia Lawson is one of the artists in Shot at Giacobetti Paul Gallery. Below is an image of her work in the exhibition.
November 3 - 29, 2009
the giacobetti paul gallery
111 front street, #220, dumbo, brooklyn, nyc
director, Stephen Paul
917 ...Read More
Director of the Foundation Program John Roach and Artist Käthe Wenzel recently closed their exhibition Robo-Improvisation Arena with a very successful childrens event. The exhibition also included two performances featuring a host of musicians, some of them from Parsons:
Paul Corio ...Read More