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Drone flying in "Research and Methods" class presentation by Mehdi Salehi. Photograph by Mathew Mathews
June 23, 2016

Do Drones Have DNA?

by Jilly Traganou “Of course, all the students want to see the big drone flying. A loud, unpleasant noise fills the room immediately. The black…

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June 1, 2016

MA Design Students Exhibit ‘Provocative Products’ at Parsons Festival

By Claudia Marina Within the design milieu, critical and interrogative design speaks loudly in modern times. It has to, for new ethical and environmental problems…

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May 23, 2016

MA Design Studies Students Want You To #SeeRikers

By Claudia Marina How often do you see Riker’s? For most in New York City, unless you or your loved have worked or lived on…

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May 20, 2016

Lisa Stenhaug of Design Studies on Andrea Zittel’s Wagon Station Encampment & Challenging “what is”

As research for her capstone, Lisa Stenhaug, MA Design Studies ‘16, stayed at artist Andrea Zittel’s Wagon Station Encampment in Joshua Tree, California for one week…

Design in the Balkans
May 3, 2016

Special Issue of The Design Journal: An International Journal for All Aspects of Design

“Visual Communication Design in the Balkans” Co-edited by Associate Professor Jilly Traganou by Ana Miljak Jilly Traganou, Associate Professor in Spatial Design, recently co-edited a…

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April 26, 2016

Latin America Documentary Screenings: Discussions of Space

Over the month of April, MA Design Studies student Laura Belik, in conjunction with the Design Studies Forum, organized the “Latin America Documentary Screenings: Discussions…

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March 9, 2016

In the World of Medical Apps, Bridging the Divide Between Designers and Clinicians

Melissa Wiskin, Design Studies ’16, completed a stint in the Peace Corps in Zambia, where she learned about the power of mobile technology to dispense…

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February 19, 2016

Edible Montages

Launched by ADHT’s Insights, First Year Features is a multi-part series that aims to showcase the work produced by students currently enrolled in Parsons’ First-Year…

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February 12, 2016

Porous Boundaries: Art and Essays

ADHT Professor Margot Bouman recently contributed an article to Porous Boundaries: Art and Essays, an anthology dedicated to the career of the notable feminist scholar…

Week 3
February 12, 2016

Parsons First Year Workshops, Feb. 16-18

Parsons’ First Year program offers a series of workshops throughout the semester that are aimed at personal academic development.  These workshops are lead by Parsons…

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