Reading Areas created by ADHT for The Parsons 2010 Show


For the Parsons 2010 Show, the School of Art and Design History and Theory has created two reading areas for the Five-School show.


These reading areas comprise samples of written work that range from senior faculty to freshmen undergraduates, including cross-school collaborations. Monographs, exhibition catalogues, anthologies, peer-reviewed journals, MA theses, award-winning undergraduate papers and undergraduate books projects are all included.


The Parsons 2010 Show (otherwise known as the Five-School Show) is an exhibition featuring work that represents each of Parsons’ five schools: the School of Art, Media and Technology; the School of Constructed Environments; the School of Art History and Design Theory; the School of Fashion; and the School of Design Strategies.

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Left image: reading area with ADHT faculty books and posters. Right image: the Five-School show welcoming sign





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Student work from Greg Newton and John Jerard's class "Words and Works"


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