School of Art, Media, and Technology

MFA and BFA OPEN STUDIOS FALL 2019

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Where: 25 East 13th St, 4th and 5th Floor

When: Thursday, Oct 17th 6-9pm

Our vibrant group of students will present their work to the public and be available to discuss their work. Open Studios provides a rare opportunity to gain insight into the diverse practices within our international studio art program that cultivates interdisciplinary, media-driven skill sets, experimentation and intellectual rigor, while providing an innovative learning community for emerging artists.

Parsons Fine Arts MFA is a dynamic two-year, cross-disciplinary program. We foster studio-based research and scholarship that extends the boundaries of contemporary cultural expression, developed through a global understanding of the arts. Parsons Fine Arts is committed to diversity among students and faculty that provides a potent learning community.  Housed within both Parsons School of Design and The New School University, the Fine Arts program is uniquely positioned within a progressive educational environment. Our international student body has access to a wide spectrum of activities, ranging from rigorous formal and aesthetic investigations to cross-disciplinary collaborations with design, performing arts and humanities students, to public forums that address pressing social and political concerns.To learn more about the program, please contact interim Program Director, Anthony Aziz: aziza@newschool.edu.

The BFA program in Fine Arts exposes students to a wide variety of studio practices, ideas, communities and global relationships that make up the world of contemporary art. Students begin by learning traditional techniques in painting, drawing, sculpture and the video, while innovating and pushing the boundaries of what contemporary art can be. While experimenting with public engagement, video, animation, photography and digital imaging, they also cultivate the intellectual, conceptual, and critical thinking required to successfully launch their careers as professional artists.To learn more about the program, please contact Director of the BFA Program, Rit Premnath: rit.premnath@newschool.edu.

MFA studios: Maryam Alameri, Collyn Ahren, Lipika Bhargava, Pandora Bøe, Kaeten Bonli, Rhea Cheng, Lydia Crouse, Karen Dias, Zoe Fitzpatrick, Caroline Garcia, Tal Hafner, Summer He, Lisa Hennig-Olsen, John Holland, Luna Jiang, Java Jones, Josephine Kamoun Johansson, Kaitlin Jostad, Nina Kettiger, Tania Khouri, Josephine Lee, Akofa Norman, Kaili Overwater, Libby Paloma, Rae Lavande Pellerin, Kris Peng, Gabrielle Randall, Laurel Richardson, Michael Rose, jess saldaña, Alice Schoenberg, Jie Shao, Cai Shen, Hoor Sherpao, Rita Song, Darian Stewart, Hoang Vo, Di Wang, Yifei Wang, Malachi Weaver, Coraline Weng, Sixing Xu, Snow Xuecan Ye, Rachel Yeoh, Tania Zaidi, Zhiyi Zhang, and The Relics of the Inadequate Museum.

BFA studios: Ada Bowman, Adriana Wynne, Alannah Bareham, Alexandra DelBello, Amelia Pike, Anna Jones, Ashton Doukas, Charlotte Renner, Earl Fox, Erin Washington, Esmé Ying Loke O’Connor, Fiona McCormac, Geri cohen, Hao Zheng, Heewon Kim, Iris Hu , James Dill, Jinya Yamakawa, Jocelyn Aldaz, Julio rodriguez, Kathryn Eggerling, Leon Haouzi, Madeline Husmann, Max Hanuschak, Mikaela Dillon, Mino Shih, Naz Jean, Orli Levine-Rozenvayn, Owen Krzyzaniak Geary, Sarah Locke, Sol Suh, Tiama Wilson, Valeria  Mancera, Victoria Luzuriaga, Wendy Zamorano, Yasmine Childs, Yi Chien Yang


Parsons Fine Arts is home to an internationally acclaimed faculty whose work has been included in the Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennale, Documenta, the Sharjah Biennial and the Sydney Biennale; and exhibited in institutions such as the New Museum, the Whitney Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.  Additionally our Visiting Artist Lecture Series and our Critic and Curator Series features renowned, multidisciplinary artists, curators and critics who are available for one-on-one visits with graduate students. This culture of dialogical exchange supports our graduate students to redefine their role as emerging artists in the field. The Fall 2019 Visiting Artists Lecture Series features Dean Erdman, Laura Ortman, Valerie Tevere & Angel Nevarez, Tiffany Chung, Javier Telléz, Tschabalala Self, Diamond Stingily, Pieter Schoolwerth and Adelita Husni-Bey.

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