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New York Summer Intensive Studies

New York Summer Intensive Studies

In this three-week, three-credit program, Parsons' world-class faculty deepen your knowledge of art and design while you immerse yourself in the inspiring environment of New York City. Studio classes include portfolio reviews, Parsons alumni career panels, and industry panels.

Paris Curatorial Lighting Design Intensive

Paris Spring Curatorial Lighting Design Intensive

Designed for practicing professionals, this week-long immersive in the City of Light taps into expertise from Parsons' MFA Lighting Design Program in the School of Constructed Environments, with a focus on curatorial lighting for museums and galleries.

Paris Summer Intensive Studies

Paris Summer Intensive Studies

College-age and adult learners form a community for three weeks at Parsons Paris, a center for instruction in European design practice and history since 1921. This three-credit intensive allows you to build your portfolio or redirect your career.

Paris Summer Intensive Studies

Summer Film and Fashion in Cannes

College-age and adult learners study in Cannes, France in July and can choose between Introduction to Filmmaking and Fashion Film.

Summer Intensive Studies: Lighting & Daylighting Design

Summer Intensive Studies:
Lighting & Daylighting Design

In this week-long immersion program, you work with leading experts to create lighting plans and design and build luminaires. Through your projects, you develop an understanding of the ways light defines architectural volume and space.

Design History and Curatorial Studies Graduate Seminar

History of Design and Curatorial Studies Graduate Seminar

Each summer, Parsons gives you the opportunity to study graduate-level decorative arts, design, and curatorial work in a world capital of culture. Whether in London, Helsinki, or elsewhere, this two-week program provides unparalleled access to local cultural resources and scholarship.

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