School of Art, Media, and Technology

  • Be part of a design studio in a collaborative setting
  • Work on unique projects for Parsons and The New School
  • See your work in print and various social media platforms

This class is conducted like a small studio which undertakes real-world design projects for Parsons and The New School. Students are admitted based on a portfolio review and a statement of purpose. Preference is given to design work that exhibits strong typographic approaches, together with critical concepts and content. On a selective basis, the instructor might conduct an interview to gauge a student’s interest and skill level. Under the creative direction of Lucille Tenazas, Henry Wolf Professor of Communication Design, students will work independently as well as collaboratively in a laboratory environment to explore print and digital projects, as well as emergent platforms for publication and distribution. Students will have the opportunity to develop experimental approaches to design and present them to clients and offices within The New School.

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS 

SCHEDULE

December 15  Call for admission to the class
Ongoing           Submission of PDF Portfolio and application form
January 15      Announcement of class acceptance
January 23     First day of class

INSTRUCTOR BIO

Lucille Tenazas is the Henry Wolf Professor of Communication Design and Associate Dean in the School of Art, Media and Technology. She has been a practicing designer for the last 35 years, having had studios in San Francisco, Rome and New York. She received the AIGA Medal in 2013 and was the recipient of the National Design Award in Communication Design given by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.

 

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