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September 29, 2017 daren

This Dancerie: Paris, 1938 explores same-sex relationship as cause of Kristallnacht in video installation on Île de la Cité during Paris’ Nuit Blanche 2017

Press Release American artist, Tony Whitfield and Whitfield CoLabs is proud to announce the installation of This Dancerie: Paris, 1938, a video installation with live…

September 26, 2017 daren

Co-designing the City of Tomorrow. A Look into the Socio-Spatial Conditions of Transient Human Settlements.

ADHT’s own Caroline Dionne, Assistant Professor in the History of Design Theory and Practice, will be delivering a talk as a part of the Landscape…

August 18, 2017 daren

“A Sign of Resistance; A Symbol of Hope:” Parsons ADHT Featured in Design Observer

This protest poster by designer Luka Rayski has become the identity of the Polish protest movement over plans to put the supreme court and the rest…

August 17, 2017 daren

First Year Faculty Awarded NYFA Artist Fellowships

The School of Art and Design History and Theory is pleased to announce that four First Year faculty received Fellowships from the New York Foundation…

August 17, 2017 daren

Rosemary O’Neill Featured in Recent Exhibition Catalogue, “À propos de Nice, 1947-1977”

Associate Professor of Art History, Rosemary O’Neill published, her article, “À propos de Nice:  décentrer l’avant-garde, 1947-1977” in the exhibition catalogue for the À propos…

June 22, 2017 daren

HDCS Faculty Lorraine Karafel’s “Raphael’s Tapestries: The Grotesques of Leo X”

  Assistant Professor of Art and Design History Lorraine Karafel’s most recent publication, Raphael’s Tapestries: The Grotesques of Leo X, was released earlier this year by Yale…

June 14, 2017 daren

“Hope By Design” – ADHT’s Susan Yelavich and NSSR’s Malgorzata Bakalarz in Quartz Magazine

Malgorzata Bakalarz, PhD candidate at the New School for Social Research, joins forces with ADHT’s own Susan Yelavich, Associate Professor of Design Studies and director…

June 13, 2017 daren

ADHT Lecturer Margaret Samu Receives Franklin Research Grant

ADHT lecturer Margaret Samu recently received a grant for research travel, the Franklin Research Grant from the American Philosophical Society (https://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/franklin). Samu will use it this June…

May 12, 2017 daren

Tony Whitfield: (Self) Portraits: Two Meditations on the Queer Body at LGBT Center Paris-ÎdF

Tony Whitfield, Associate Professor of Art and Design Studies at Parsons ADHT, recently exhibited his work at the LGBT Center Paris-ÎdF in a show titled, Tony Whitfield:…

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