Looking Back at Black Male

In December 2014, Eugene Lang College presented The Whitney Museum of American Art’s conversation with Thelma Golden, Hilton Als, and…

Assuming Boycott: Resistance, Agency, and Cultural Production

Cultural production opens avenues for new ways of thinking. How productive or conducive can the methods of withdrawal and boycott…

Jamie Kruse: Thingness of Energy

Thingness of Energy is a mixed media art installation by Jamie Kruse, presented by the Vera List Center for Art…

Offense and Dissent: Image, Conflict, Belonging

Twenty-five years ago, a furor erupted at The New School when Sekou Sundiata, poet, performer, and professor, scrawled his dissent…


THEASTER GATES: A WAY OF WORKING

The New School’s Vera List Center for Art and Politics and the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at Parsons…

Inspiring Women

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

Re-Imagining Orozco

A co-presentation of Parsons’ Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and The New School Art Collection, “Re-Imagining Orozco” celebrates José Clemente…

Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding

Timed to coincide with the final stages of the American presidential elections, this international exhibition presents a range of works…


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…

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