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Parsons Festival 2017: MS Data Visualization Keynotes

Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

University Center, UL 105 (Event) and UL 102 (Reception) 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

Featuring the thesis works of graduating students in the Master of Science in Data Visualization, these talented designers and analysts will deliver keynotes and demonstrate data visualization projects. Topics include: the cultural influence of Dada, multiplayer gaming environments, Broadway musical theatre, Canada's Indian residential school system, career paths, sex offender registry laws, traffic congestion in Delhi, and the aesthetic anti-sublime.

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University Center
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

Event: Room UL 105
Reception: Room UL 102

This exhibition is sponsored by the School of Art, Media, and Technology and is part of Parsons Festival 2017.

ABOUT PARSONS FESTIVAL//

Parsons Festival is an annual series of art and design events in which cutting-edge student work is presented to the Parsons community and the public. The festival takes place at the end of each academic year and includes thesis exhibitions and critiques, thought-provoking public programs, interactive installations, gallery openings, workshops, and special events.

ABOUT PARSONS//

The New School’s Parsons School of Design, which was recently named the number one art and design school in the United States by Top Universities, has been a pioneer in art and design education for more than a century. Based in New York but active around the world, Parsons offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the full spectrum of design disciplines. Critical thinking and collaboration are at the heart of a Parsons education. An integral part of The New School, Parsons builds on the university’s legacy of progressive ideals, scholarship, and pedagogy. Parsons graduates are leaders in their respective fields with a shared commitment to creatively and critically addressing the complexities of life in the 21st century.

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