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AMT Students Who Are “Making Meaning”: On View Through May 23rd

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Congratulations to the AMT students who will be exhibiting in the Parsons-wide, “Making Meaning” exhibition.

Gabriela Carnabuci, Emmet Elliott, Jacob Hernandez, Sunghoon Kim, Michael Kirk, David Klein, Herin Park,  Hussain Salahuddin, Natashia Tjandra, Yutong Xue and Boyun Yang (BFA Communication Design); Gentry Demchak,  Phuong Nguyen, Yumeng Wang, Maurann Stein, and Or Zubalsky (BFA Design and Technology): Sarah Marshall, Vito Nicholas, Cristina Rojas, Sahar Sepahdari, David White and Carolyn Widmer (BFA Fine Arts); Samantha Breitenbach, Amber Case, Ariel Chan, Todd Goldstein, Carmen McLeod, Catherine Wyatt, Nire Yoko and Song Youshin (AAS Graphic Design); Sarah Bibel, Yun Hee Chang, Silvia Coco, Jessica Deutsch, Hannah Drossman, Andrew Feldman, Mary Gordon, Kyungjoo Hyun, Vidhya Kamdar, Min Hee Kim, Shirin Mazdeyasna, Suji Park, Olivia Robertson, Mitsi Solano, Josephine Stevenson, Maximilian Thuemler, Lauren Vena and Grace Wagner (BFA Illustration); Dakyung An, Edgar Anasco, Fan Chen, Todd Durm, Sujung Heo, Nicholai Kellman, Spencer Kohn, Ju Yeong Park, Marlene Scheurlen, Laura Turner and Sarah Yee (BFA Photography).

Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery / Arnold and Shelia Aronson Gallery
Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
2 West 13th Street New York, NY 10011
On view from 4/28-5/23

Curated by graduate students at Parsons and presented under the thematic arc of Making/Meaning, this Parsons Festival exhibition showcases the work of undergraduate and associate’s degree students across Parsons, providing a lively snapshot of ideas and issues that inspire the students themselves.

This exhibition takes place in both the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery and the Arnold and Shelia Aronson Galleries at the Shelia C. Johnson Design Center.

This event is part of Parsons Festival 2014: www.newschool.edu/parsonsfestival.

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