Monthly Archives: September 2016

Faculty News

Parsons MFA Program Director Simone Douglas exhibits work at Pingyao Festival in China

Parsons MFA Program Director, Simone Douglas, exhibited a series of work at the International Pingyao Photography Festival. The festival is held in the city of…

Alumni News

MFA Alum Joiri Minaya’s work featured in Smack Mellon Open Studios

Smack Mellon Open Studios 92 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Artist’s Reception: September 24th, 5-8 pm Open Studios: Sept. 24th, 12-8 pm & Sept. 25th,…

Faculty News

MFA Faculty Alexandro Segade Opens “My Barbarian: the Audience is Always Right” at the New Museum

My Barbarian: The Audience is Always Right the New Museum September 28, 2016-January 8, 2017 Tickets online at “Working at the intersection of theater…

Alumni News

Another Land: After Noguchi by MFA Alum Leah Raintree Opens at the Noguchi Museum

Wednesday, August 10, 2016 – Sunday, January 8, 2017 Another Land: After Noguchi, an exhibition of photographs by Leah Raintree, extends the more than century-old…


Parsons MFA students Cali Kurlan and Luma Jasim named Bluewolf Scholarship Recipients

Cali Kurlan, Bluewolf scholarship recipient Luma Jasim, Bluewolf scholarship recipient With heartfelt thanks to our friends at Bluewolf for providing this opportunity to our students,…


Hybrid Projects: Text/Image a collaborative MFA Workshop with TNS Creative Writing Program

For AMT MFA students only Saturday, Sept 24th 11am-1:30pm What is the relationship between text and image? How can writers and image-makers deepen their practice(s)…

Alumni News

Parsons Alum Sara Jimenez debuts ‘Recede’ at BRIC House

Parsons alumn Sara Jimenez’s work features the use of varied media and formats, including large installations, works on paper, and objects which undergo organic change through…

Faculty News

Parsons faculty Don Porcaro featured in Confluence/Influence at Dorsky Gallery

With its four “feet” at the base, Don Porcaro’s Talisman 16 (2016) is a sculpture that elicits whimsy and dynamic movement, as figure and shrine….