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HISTORY OF DESIGN AND CURATORIAL STUDIES – Page 3 – Parsons Paris
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  • Settling in Belle Paris

    Tips & tricks to getting the most out of Parisian student life Moving is always a challenge — finding a place to live, navigating a new city — and in France it can…

  • Object of the Week : Vase (diptyque : Tokyo – Kimono)

    Betty Woodman, Vase (diptyque : Tokyo – Kimono), glazed terracotta, produced by The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 1990 In light of the recent death of Betty Woodman, two vases housed in…

  • MAD – Musée des Arts Décoratifs

    The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is the only museum in France devoted exclusively to historical and contemporary design. Many of our History of Design and Curatorial Studies classes are held inside the museum,…

  • Monnaie de Paris

    Founded in 864, Monnaie de Paris is France’s longest standing institution and the oldest enterprise in the world. It fulfills the public service mission of striking the euro coins in circulation for…

  • A Weekend in Bordeaux

    Rem Koolhaas, Houselife, and Cité Frugès In conjunction with the class The Idea of Comfort, a group of students travelled to see a tripartite exhibition organized by the CNAP (Centre National des Arts…

  • Talk: Paolo Deganello

    Against Specialization: the Red and Green Design of Paolo Deganello The designer Paolo Deganello will give a presentation and host a discussion on his work. Deganello was one of the original members of the Italian…

  • Celia Hsu, Class of 2018

    Celia Hsu is a first year MA student. Originally from Taiwan, she spent several years in California and New York. She is a Certified Graduate Gemologist and Jewelry Design from Gemological Institute…

  • Design for This Century – Philippe Ramette

    Thursday, October 27, 2016 Phillippe Ramette at Xippas Gallery This talk included a visit to the gallery, with a tour led by the artist himself. Born in Auxerre (Burgundy) in 1961, Philippe Ramette is…

  • Joyaumaton (video)

    In spring 2017, HDCS students partnered with the DT + AMT programs (Design, Art, Media, and Technology) to produce project proposals for the MAD (Musée des Arts Décoratifs). This project was conceived…

  • SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, November 17th, “Sorry. I didn’t get that.”

    On the evening of Thursday, November 17th, Parsons Paris students will present Sorry, I didn’t get that., a series of performances, installations and artworks, that will occupy the Monnaie de Paris exhibition…