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Wednesday, April 30

Youth Justice, Police and NYC’s Neighborhoods
8:30 am

There’s been a sea change in New York City juvenile justice policy and police practices over the last two years: Courts now place most teen delinquents in...

Parsons Fine Arts Pop Up Show
9:00 am

This exhibition showcases a selection of current MFA and BFA student work from the Fine Arts Program. Curated by Silvia Rocciolo and Eric Stark, The New...

MFA Photography Exhibition
10:00 am

This exhibition features work by first- and second-year MFA Photography students. The program seeks to redefine the creative role of photographer within...

Parsons Festival 2014
10:00 am

Established to showcase the creativity, innovation, and scholarship of Parsons students in a diverse range of disciplines, the Parsons Festival offers an...

 

General Public

Printmaking Exhibition
10:00 am

This exhibition presents etchings, screenprints, monoprints, woodcuts, lithographs, and examples of letterpress and book arts in a comprehensive show of...

General Public

MFA Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
12:00 pm

The MFA Fine Arts program at Parsons presents its 2014 thesis exhibition. The MFA in Fine Arts is a two-year program in which emerging artists develop the...

General Public

Making/Meaning
12:00 pm

Curated by graduate students at Parsons and presented under the thematic arc of Making/Meaning, this Parsons Festival exhibition showcases the work of...

Making/Meaning: Object of the Day
12:00 pm

"Object of the Day" is a weekday event that highlights one artist/designer's work per day as part of the Making/Meaning exhibition. An announcement will be...

Milano Career Services Offices Presents : Job Search, Strategizing & Networking Group Meeting
4:30 pm

Feeling frustrated or lost with your job search? Or simply want to network? Join us for our new monthly Job Talk, hosted by our counselor Hope Newman, every...

Students Alumni

What is the 'Global'?: Knowledge Production in the Field and Classroom
5:00 pm

Creating global citizens—what Kant famously called “a citizen of the world”—is a widely shared normative goal in higher education today. The phrase “global...

12th Street Issue#7 Launch
6:00 pm

Please join us in celebration of 12th Street, the award-winning journal produced by students of The Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy at The New...

Continuing Education: Languages Info Session
6:00 pm

Want to learn how to read German, speak Turkish or further your Spanish skills? Interested in professional development courses for English language teachers?...

Documentary Screening: Last Train Home
6:00 pm

Join us for a movie screening of Last Train Home, a documentary that paints a rich, human portrait of China’s rush to economic development. Complementary...

Talk at GPIA: Joao Biehl on Social Becomings through Law and Medicine
6:00 pm

The Shifting Social Contracts Research Group at the Graduate Program in International Affairs presents João Biehl, Department of Anthropology, Princeton...

AMT Visiting Artists Lecture Series: Anoka Faruqee
7:00 pm

Anoka Faruqee is a painter who lives and works in New Haven, CT and Brooklyn, NY. She has exhibited her work in the US and abroad, including the PS1 Museum...

Anarchive: a Presentation on Fujiko Nayaka's "FOG"
7:00 pm

The School of Media Studies presents a lecture/presentation by the distinguished media critic, professor, and director of the anarchive project, Anne-Marie...

Vocal Performance Ensemble, directed by Amy London | Spring '14 Ensemble & Recital Series | New School Jazz
7:00 pm

Performance is a central component of every student's education at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, and the Ensemble Showcases are where...

The Music of Thelonious Monk Ensemble, directed by Steve Cardenas | Spring '14 Ensemble & Recital Series | New School Jazz
9:00 pm

Performance is a central component of every student's education at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, and the Ensemble Showcases are where...

Wednesday, April 30

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