Matika Wilbur | Keynote & Book launch | May 2, 2023 4:30-6pm

Indigenous Rising: Changing The Way We See Native America

May 2nd 4:30-6pm 
66 West 12th, Room 404
This event is a pre-commencement celebration to honor Indigenous students who have successfully completed an undergraduate or graduate degree through unyielding determination at The New School. This gathering embraces the value of community and scholarship. Celebrated photographer and storyteller Matika Wilbur of the Swinomish and Tulalip Tribes will be in attendance to speak about her recent project PROJECT 562. The book is a photographic and narrative celebration of contemporary Native American life and cultures, alongside an in-depth examination of issues that Native people face. The book is the culmination of a decade-long art and storytelling endeavor, and a moving love letter to Indigenous Americans, containing hundreds of stunning portraits and compelling personal narratives of contemporary Native people. A vital contribution from an incomparable artist, PROJECT 562 inspires, educates, and truly changes the way we see Native America.

Fakes & Forgeries: Legal Challenges Panel Discussion, 11/29


Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall
55 West 13th Street, Room I-202, New York, NY 10011

Join the School of Art, Media, and Technology for an insightful panel discussion exploring the legal and cultural implications of art fakes and forgeries, as soon through some of the most famous art forgery cases in history.


5.00 – 5.30PM  Arrival & Registration

5.30 – 7:00PM Panel Discussion

7:00 – 8.30PM Networking Reception

The Honorable Judge Paul G. Gardephe, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

Ms. Philippa Loengard, Deputy Director and Lecturer in Law, Kemochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts, Columbia Law School

Professor James Ramer, Artist and Associate Professor, Director MFA Photography, The New School/Parsons

Rick King, Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer Thomson Reuters

This panel is presented by Thomson Reuters and Parsons MFA Photography

The Pulitzer Prize Photographers, May 10


Photo Credit: Robert H. Jackson

The Pulitzer Prize Photographers
Tuesday, May 10 at 7:00 PM
Parsons School of Design, New York
Register here

In recognition of the Pulitzer Centennial, The Eddie Adams Workshop and Parsons School of Design, present an evening of Pulitzer images throughout the decades with:

Robert H. Jackson “Oswald Shot, Live to the World” 1964
John Filo “Death on Campus” 1971
John White “One Man’s Chicago” 1982
Martha Rial “Trek of Tears” 1988
Carolyn Cole “Monrovia Under Siege” 2004
Daniel Berehulak “Ebola: A Plague’s Horror” 2015

Plus a conversation with Pulitzer recipients and Eddie Adams Workshop alumni: John Moore, Adrees Latif, Ruth Fremson and Tim Rasmussen

Moderated by: Santiago Lyon, VP for Photography, Associated Press and Hal Buell, former Photo Director, Associated Press
Sponsorship is provided by Nikon, Inc. and B&H Photo
The program is organized by the Eddie Adams Workshop in collaboration and partnership with Parsons School of Design at The New School. Supporters include the Associated Press, Hal Buell Associates with encouragement from The Pulitzer Centennial Committee