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Healthy Materials Lab is Hiring!

  Are you looking to join a team of passionate and creative people working to make the world a healthier place for all people? Healthy Materials Lab is looking for a Research Assistant with videography (both recording and video editing), graphic design, systems mapping, and/or data visualization skills to join our team. This student will […]

Sanchi Oberoi, AAS Graphic Design, wins the Graphic Design USA Competition

  Sanchi Oberoi is currently in her final semester of the AAS Graphic Design program. Prior to moving to New York a little more than a year ago, she received a degree in Philosophy from Lady Shri Ram College for Women in her hometown New Delhi, India. Studying Philosophy and then shifting her focus to […]

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    …………………………….. (under)REPRESENT(ed) Portfolio Reviews Thursday, October 26 from 6-8pm Starr […]

Avery Youngblood, AAS Graphic Design ’18, Wins Beyonce’s Formation Scholarship

Upon its release, Lemonade, Beyonce’s sixth album, was hailed as an incisive piece of social commentary exploring love, infidelity, race, power and oppression. A cultural and commercial juggernaut, it spawned a stunning “visual album” that premiered on HBO, a world tour, and 12 singles that appeared on the Billboard 100 charts. In honor of the one-year […]

Graphic Design Faculty Jeanne Verdoux’s Work Featured in French Exhibition

AAS Graphic Design Faculty Jeanne Verdoux’s work is currently featured in an exhibition in France titled ‘Une image pour la fraternité’. This event takes place one year after the November 2015 Paris attacks where more than 125 were killed. It is part of a social movement called ‘Fraternité Générale’, created by philosophe Abdennour Bidar in partnership with RATP, […]

WALLPAPER PROJECT

Advanced Screenprint Digital / Michael Kirk, Instructor The screenprints in this room are the result of an assignment to create a repeatable module using up to four layers of color to make “wallpaper.” In devising their patterns the students were asked to view the wallpaper as a form of installation and to reflect on an […]

Mind Map for Registration

As the director of the AAS Graphic Design program, students often ask me about classes they are considering for the next semester. Last week, I sat with Iku Okada, a first semester student to discuss her upcoming spring semester options. Iku used mind mapping, a method of visually organizing information around a central theme or […]

Immersion Graphics

This past week, Graphic Design 1 students visited The Cooper Hewitt to see the exhibition How Posters Work, curated by Ellen Lupton, to further their historical understanding of the graphic design field and to get some inspiration for an upcoming project. One highlight was The Immersion Room which uses digital technologies to let visitors explore […]

Parsons faculty and alumni participating in MoMa PS1’s GreaterNY

Parsons faculty and alumni Bunny Rogers (Fine Arts ’12), Kathleen Hubbard (Part Time Faculty) and Ben Fama (Staff) will be participating in MoMa PS1 Greater New York Bunny Rogers, Sad Chair, 2015. From her installation “Michael.” Representing Société, Berlin at Art Basel, Switzerland 2015.       Katherine Hubbard, image from “Four shoulders and thirty five percent […]

A Career Grows in Brooklyn: Ingrid Carozzi (AAS GD 2007)

CONVERSATION WITH INGRID CAROZZI (From AAS Graphic Design’s “Process and Skills” blog) Ingrid Carozzi has been gaining momentum since she graduated from Parsons and shows no signs of slowing down. Her successful flower design studio based in Brooklyn, with a second location coming on line in her native Stockholm, has orders through next year. She […]