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The MA in History of Design and Curatorial Studies is a two-year graduate program. Students pursuing their graduate work in the History of Design and Curatorial Studies seek to understand objects as intersections of material culture, social history, and aesthetic theory. Taking advantage of the many collections and archives in Paris, this curatorial studies program emphasizes object-based teaching and hands-on experience in curatorial practice.

Offered in cooperation with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and other leading institutions in the field of Art and Design in Paris, the History of Design and Curatorial Studies program* leads to a master of arts degree. Graduates may go on to careers as historians, curators, and scholars in museums, universities, historic houses, auction houses, and galleries.

OBJECTS OF MEANING

The program's curriculum, which can be completed full-time or part-time, focuses on the stylistic, historical, and theoretical contexts of arts, decorative arts, and design from the Renaissance to the present, with particular attention to the history of collections and the contemporary issues in curation. Object-based courses on a broad range of works, movements, theories and practices go beyond connoisseurship to address objects as intersections of socio-historic meaning and aesthetic theory. Students gain practical and theoretical instruction in research on and the display of design objects.

ENGAGING WITH THE FRENCH COMMUNITY

In the program, students become familiar with French language and culture. Parsons Paris offers numerous opportunities to achieve this goal, including language classes, field trips, and a dedicated French Grad Reading class running throughout the curriculum. Students also gain hands-on experience in French museum practices and procedures; they will be encouraged to pursue for-credit internships in museums, galleries, auction house archives, and historic houses around the city.

HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN CURATION

In collaboration with the Parsons Paris Gallery and partner programs or institutions, graduate students regularly undertake curatorial projects throughout their education. While developing exhibitions, students gain experience working in teams, putting theoretical and historical knowledge into practice, and dealing with both conceptual and practical issues in curation. After a range of experiences during their first year, graduate students are invited to undertake and manage a collective exhibition. This project will serve as a culmination of their studies and provide them with the extensive experience needed to enter the professional world of exhibitions, galleries, museums, and other cultural venues.

NEW YORK AND PARIS: TWO CITIES, A COMMON CAMPUS

The MA in History of Design and Curatorial Studies is also offered in New York, in partnership with Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. The Paris and New York campuses have the same application process and curriculum, so students have the opportunity to begin their study in one city and take a semester or year in the other. Parsons' long-standing relationships with cultural institutions in New York create opportunities for students there to engage in a unique learning experience that draws on the many collections, archives, and galleries in the city.

Opções de estudo

Período integral (2 anos)

Valores
USD $19,203 (12-19 credits) per term; USD $1,339 per credit hour
Data de início

Esperado Janeiro, Agosto 2020

Localização

Parsons Paris - The New School

45 Rue Saint-Roch,

PARIS,

Ile de France,

75001, France

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes internacionais

All applicants must provide degree certifications if the degree was earned outside of the United States). The minimum score required for TOEFL (IB) is 100, for IELTS is 7.0, and for PTE is 68

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