History of Design and Curatorial Studies MA

Offered jointly with the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, in New York, the History of Design and Curatorial Studies program leads to a master of arts degree. Graduates go on to careers as historians, curators, and scholars in museums, universities, historic houses, auction houses, and galleries.

May 20, 2015 adht

ADHT Is Proud to Announce 2015 Graduate Journals

The School of Art and Design History and Theory is proud to present the 2015 issues of our annual graduate journals–BIAS, Plot(s), and Objective. This…

May 14, 2015 adht

ADHT Graduate Students Present at Parsons Festival

Thursday, May 14 11:00am Christina Moon Opening Remarks Designing People Francesca Granata – Introduction Lauren Sagatore – Constructing the Self through Costume: Fashion Studies Dress…

April 15, 2015 adht

History of Design & Curatorial Studies Considers Color in Annual Symposium

COLOR/FORMS, the twenty-forth annual Parsons/Cooper Hewitt Graduate Student Symposium, will take place at the Cooper–Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on April 23 and 24. The event…

October 20, 2014 adht

Notable Courses: Dutch Design

Notable Courses: Dutch Design (PGHT5733) Graduate Seminar October 13-October 24 Coming from the ArtEZ Institute of Architecture in the Netherlands, Marie-Leen Ryckaert began last week by…

September 18, 2014 adht

Three Faculty Summers Around the World

Sarah E. Lawrence Dean of ADHT Sarah E. Lawrence spent July leading a three-week intensive entitled “The Period Room” at Parsons Paris School of Design….

August 20, 2014 adht

ADHT Welcomes 70 New Graduate Students

On Monday, August 18, 70 graduate students from around the world gathered in Kellen Auditorium to make up The School of Art and Design History…

August 15, 2014 adht

Noël Dolla: A Spirit of Independence Within the Idiom of Abstraction

ART REVIEW   Supports/Surfaces, Canada Gallery, NY June 7 – July 20, 2014 Noël Dolla:  Entrée libre mais non obligatoire, Villa Arson, Nice, France June…

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