Monthly Archives: June 2012

Meet Parsons Alumni: Alex Smith

Ever wonder what life after college is like for an illustration student? I chatted with recent alumni Alex Smith about why he chose Parsons, internships and what he’s been up to since graduation (even if it was only about a

Meet Parsons Alumni: Alex Smith

Ever wonder what life after college is like for an illustration student? I chatted with recent alumni Alex Smith about why he chose Parsons, internships and what he’s been up to since graduation (even if it was only about a

Student on Student Interview: Anna

Name:  Anna Adriani Soetarso Major & Year:  Design & Management, ’12 Hi Anna! Thanks for letting me ask you some questions. To start, where are you from and how did you hear about Parsons? I’m from Jakarta, Indonesia, a vibrant

Student on Student Interview: Anna

Name:  Anna Adriani Soetarso Major & Year:  Design & Management, ’12 Hi Anna! Thanks for letting me ask you some questions. To start, where are you from and how did you hear about Parsons? I’m from Jakarta, Indonesia, a vibrant

Let’s Talk Art Supplies, Yes Let’s

I’ve been getting this question a lot lately as well: “How much am I going to spend on textbooks a semester?”  I hate to break it to y’all, but most of the time you’re going to be buying art supplies

Let’s Talk Art Supplies, Yes Let’s

I’ve been getting this question a lot lately as well: “How much am I going to spend on textbooks a semester?”  I hate to break it to y’all, but most of the time you’re going to be buying art supplies

AAS Student Interview: Sam

I’m proud to announce that the Admissions Blog is extending its audience to include those interested in the Associate’s degree!  Unlike more traditional AAS degrees, Parsons AAS programs (in Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Graphic Design, and Interior Design) are intended

AAS Student Interview: Sam

I’m proud to announce that the Admissions Blog is extending its audience to include those interested in the Associate’s degree!  Unlike more traditional AAS degrees, Parsons AAS programs (in Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Graphic Design, and Interior Design) are intended

What to Do When Preparing to Apply to Art School- A Post for All High School Juniors

Recently I got a comment on my latest blog asking what advice I would give to a prospective student getting ready to apply to an art school like Parsons. This is a common question I get on campus tours and

What to Do When Preparing to Apply to Art School- A Post for All High School Juniors

Recently I got a comment on my latest blog asking what advice I would give to a prospective student getting ready to apply to an art school like Parsons. This is a common question I get on campus tours and

Dorm Life: Stuy Park!

I often get a lot of questions from prospective students about what the student housing is like here at The New School and what dorm they would be best suited for. Since my freshman year I’ve lived at the Stuyvesant

Dorm Life: Stuy Park!

I often get a lot of questions from prospective students about what the student housing is like here at The New School and what dorm they would be best suited for. Since my freshman year I’ve lived at the Stuyvesant

Meet Molly: Fashion Stylist/Vogue Assistant

This past semester I worked with Vogue Contributing Editor, Elissa Santisi, and her assistant, Molly Kennedy. I could blab on and on about how amazing it was, but I thought my time would be better spent sharing Molly’s perspective. I’ve

Meet Molly: Fashion Stylist/Vogue Assistant

This past semester I worked with Vogue Contributing Editor, Elissa Santisi, and her assistant, Molly Kennedy. I could blab on and on about how amazing it was, but I thought my time would be better spent sharing Molly’s perspective. I’ve

Leaving the Chelsea Galleries and Museums Behind, Exploring 5 Pointz

Ah, Queens- the borough that is least respected (Staten Island doesn’t count) and the borough that is least visited (once again Staten Island doesn’t count).  But Queens holds a secret right in Long Island City, and that secret is 5

Leaving the Chelsea Galleries and Museums Behind, Exploring 5 Pointz

Ah, Queens- the borough that is least respected (Staten Island doesn’t count) and the borough that is least visited (once again Staten Island doesn’t count).  But Queens holds a secret right in Long Island City, and that secret is 5

Freshman take on Foundation Year

Foundation year is a great time to not only get to know new people; but also, get to know yourself better as an artist. Many of you incoming foundation students are probably wondering what freshman year will be like and what

Freshman take on Foundation Year

Foundation year is a great time to not only get to know new people; but also, get to know yourself better as an artist. Many of you incoming foundation students are probably wondering what freshman year will be like and what

The Pros and Cons of Living in New York City

Recently, I’ve had a request for a blog post on the pros and cons of living in New York. I’m always happy to respond to requests so here it goes, let’s start with the pros first! Pros for Living in

The Pros and Cons of Living in New York City

Recently, I’ve had a request for a blog post on the pros and cons of living in New York. I’m always happy to respond to requests so here it goes, let’s start with the pros first! Pros for Living in