Special Events for Alumni/Students of Color: 10/21 Community Brunch, 10/26 Portfolio Review, 10/27 Exhibition Closing Reception
(under)REPRESENT(ed) Community Brunch Saturday, October 21 from 11am-2pm 6 East 16th Street, Wolff Conference Room 1103 Alumni of color and Students of color are invited to break bread, reflect and strategize around experiences of race and identity at Parsons and within creative industries. Please RSVP: tinyurl.com/underrepresentedbrunch Fb event: https://m.facebook.com/events/140287143172344?ref=content_filter …
Alberto Cairo: Visual Trumpery
Johanna Drucker: Visualization and Knowledge: Modelling, Discovery, Display 9/20 6PM
The relationship between knowledge and visual forms has changed as tools and platforms used for data display, discovery, and modeling have become ubiquitous. These practices raise basic questions about the nature of visual epistemology—whether it is a primary, secondary, or tertiary form of knowledge. This talk…
Data Visualization Keynotes
Parsons Festival – Data Visualization Keynotes Thursday, May 18th at 6:00pm in the University Center
To Be Designed” One Day Streamed Conference, April 25th
Parsons Students Take Home Top Prize at MLBAM Hackathon
When it comes to imagining “the future of the sports fan experience,” Parsons School of Design blows away the competition. Recently, students from Parsons MFA Design and Technology and MS Data Visualization programs took home the top prize in the Data Visualization category at MLBAM Hackathon, a weekend-long event at…
Parsons Partners with UNDP on Economic Inequality in Africa Report
The New York-based school will provide data visualization tools for the Regional Bureau’s upcoming report on economic inequality in Africa, scheduled for release in early 2017. This announcement formalizes a relationship between UNDP Africa and Parsons that began in early 2015 with the launch of the Data Visualization…
Data Viz Event – No vizualisation is an island.
UNDP Africa Human Development Report Partnership
Partnering with the United Nations Development Programme on Africa Human Development, Parsons Data Visualization students investigate how gender inequality impacts economics on a micro- and macro level.
MS Data Visualization Lecture: Richard The & Frédéric Eyl
Lev Manovich – Visualizing Instagram data: selfies, cities and protests, March 30th
How can we explore patterns in massive amounts of visual user-generated content such as billions and images and video on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter?