Parsons BFA Illustration and MFA Design and Technology students and alumni presented their personal projects during a lecture and discussion at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia earlier this month. The event was attended by a number of Hermitage students and staff as well as the United States Consul General and his wife. StudentsAngela Bankhead, Will Cruz, Christopher Koelsch, Inbal Newman and Elizabeth Tolson took part in the presentations which were noted in the Consul General’s blog the later that week. The students did an amazing job and their work was very well received. The presentation, part of a larger Parsons project that covered four Russian cities, was lead by Assistant Professor Thomas Werner, School of Art Media and Technology.
Pictured; MFA Design and Technology Student Christopher Koelsch.
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