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Free 4 Day Workshop with Leading Housewares Company

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Looking for Parsons design students or 2019 recent graduates with strong visualization skills interested in participating in an intensive 4-day workshop to design new products & patterns for a global leader in housewares. Students will work in groups of two to propose concepts which both refresh the brand as well as open new market directions.

Working directly with the company’s top creative team as well as leading Parsons faculty, workshop participants will have the opportunity to have high-level feedback with professional quality design briefing. Students will translate their concepts into visualized renderings that include both possible products as well as contextual scenarios.

Reward
Top designs may be selected to be displayed in the brand’s booth at the 2020 International Housewares Show in Chicago.
A judging panel will select the top three teams with monetary awards given for first, second, and third place teams as well as possibly go into production.

When
Monday, May 20 to Thursday, May 23 (Participants are expected to be able to attend all days of the workshop.)

More Info
This out of program non-credit bearing four-day workshop is open to graduate and rising senior undergraduate students as well as 2019 graduates. The brand is specifically interested in applicants from product and industrial design, fashion, communication design, illustration, photography, and so on. Preference will be given to applicants demonstrating strong visual pattern design as well as 3D form giving.

To Apply
Submit a max. 3-page work sample (in PDF only, less than 10MB) through this form:
Applications due Monday, May 13, 11:59pm
Successful applicants will be notified by Wednesday, May 15.
Participants are expected to be able to attend all days of the workshop.
Questions may be sent to the Director of MFA Industrial Design, Rama Chorpash chorpasr@newschool.edu

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