“A Working Model of the World” Curatorial Walk-through

The Curatorial Design Research Lab is pleased to co-host a curatorial walk-through of the upcoming exhibition, “A Working Model of…

3rd Annual CDRL Curatorial Slam! 4/21/17, 6:30-9PM

3rd ANNUAL CDRL CURATORIAL SLAM!  What is Curatorial Work Today? Friday, April 21, 2017 6:30-9PM The Orozco Room (A712) /…

2nd Annual Curatorial Slam! 4/22/16, 4–7pm

2ND ANNUAL CDRL CURATORIAL SLAM! What is Curatorial Work Today? Friday, April 22, 2016 4–7pm The Orozco Room (A712) /…

Anti-Illusion: Procedures/ Materials

Anti-Illusion was a catalytic exhibition, which articulated some of the key terms of the paradigmatic shift in postwar art and…


Still Working? – Skybridge Art Exhibit

Eugene Lang College’s Practicing Curating class presents Still Working?, an exhibition which shows the distinction between work and play. Set…

Authority Figures

“Authority Figures” is an exhibition-as-pretext for research and documentation. Its binding premise is direct, yet open-ended—what does it mean to…

Art, Environment, Action!

Art, Environment, Action! is a creative teaching laboratory and environmental “artshop.” Bringing together artists, designers, architects, dancers, chefs, and scientists…

MASTERPIECES OF EVERYDAY NEW YORK: OBJECTS AS STORY

There are more than 8 million ordinary objects in this city that carry within them a sense of its inimitable…


The New School History Project

The New School was founded in 1919. Or 1896, when the Chase School of Art began, which eventually evolved into…

Voices of Crisis

VOICES OF CRISIS explores the American Race Crisis lecture series held at The New School in 1964. The original series,…

ALL OVER THE PLACE: PARSONS POSTERS FROM THE KELLEN DESIGN ARCHIVES

These posters — many designed by Parsons’ students and faculty — date primarily from the 1970s-1990s. The Kellen Archives holds…

The Sue Coe Printmaking Residency

A collaboration between artist Sue Coe, Parsons Printmaking Program, Vera List Center, The New School Art Collection Born in England,…


(re)collection

(re)Collection looks at the daily lives of art objects and examines the role of an art collection within a university…

Inspiring Women

“Inspiring Women” was an exhibit held in conjunction with the conference “No Longer in Exile: The Legacy and Future of…

Ultra Red: Vogue-ology

Vogue’ology contains seemingly incompatible elements: aesthetic experience and political activism; community events and forensic research; public manifestations and private workshops….

Living Concrete / Carrot City

Living Concrete/Carrot City is an exhibition of creative and research projects that demonstrate the possibilities of urban agriculture. The exhibition…


#search under occupy

Occupy Wall Street (OWS), like other social and political movements of our time, is instantly archival. Continually documented by traditional…

Radical Shifts

In the 1960s, Parsons’ renowned Interior Design program underwent a dramatic overhaul. Renamed Environmental Design, the program broke through traditional…

Against All Odds Project: Ethics/ Aesthetics

As an interdisciplinary collaboration, Against All Odds explored ways that architects, artists and designers are devising innovative aesthetic strategies to…