No Vacancy, curated by Jody Graf, will be on view from October 26 through November 8 at the school’s Kellen Gallery in New York City.
Changes in the university’s healthcare plan have largely affected workers at Parsons School of Design, where part-time faculty make up at least 85% of the teaching staff.
This year’s Vera List Center Forum will turn attention to the systems, structures, and language that undergird every aspect of our lives.
Online continuing education courses at The New School provide the opportunities to gain the real-world skills and experience needed for a career in fashion, art, or digital marketing.
Logics of Non-Exchange, curated by Stamatina Gregory, is temporarily postponed, but the art featured can be viewed at Parsons’ 2020 MFA Fine Arts Thesis website.
An art worker offers their take, saying: “We cannot hold those in power to account without a redistribution of that power.”
Beneath Them Was Forever is curated by Kathleen Forde. On view at the Westbeth Gallery in New York April 26–May 4, 2019.
“A Time for Seditious Speech” aims to show that speech can serve as a call to direct action, sometimes even violence.
Plants from Europe, Asia, and Africa recall New York’s history of migration in Maria Thereza Alves, Seeds of Change: New York — A Botany of Colonization at the New School.
The conference will survey the social justice practice of Maria Thereza Alves, Forensic Architecture, Gulf Labor, House of Natural Fibers (HONF), Isuma TV, and MadeYouLook.
This week at the New School, ArtTable is holding a panel discussion for its Annual Leadership Series.
The artist has collaborated with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School to organize two days of screenings and panels focused on investigating the intersections of black identities and activism in contemporary visual culture.