Parsons

  • Parsons Intensive Lighting Design Masters Studio is a week-long immersion experience in lighting design. Targeted to practicing professionals, it offers the opportunity to expand knowledge and capabilities in lighting design and serve to refresh and reinvigorate skills and gain experience with cutting-edge techniques in lighting design practice. Taking advantage of the expertise in the MFA Lighting Design program in the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons The New School for Design, participants spend a full seven days in the studio environment working on an integrated electric and daylighting design project sited in New York city, participating in hands-on exercises to better understand the role light can play in architectural environments, and learning design techniques to achieve excellence in lighting design, while at the same time taking advantage of the vast resources in the New York metropolitan area.

  • Registration

    June 10-17 Summer 2019

    Priority registration deadline: May 15, 2019

    Final registration deadline: June 7, 2019

    Tuition and fees: $2,500

    University credits: This is a noncredit program.

    Questions: Craig Bernecker at berneckc@newschool.edu 



    Schedule

    Parsons Summer Intensive Lighting Design Studio

    Parsons Summer Intensive Lighting Design Studio is a week-long immersion experience in lighting design in the heart of New York City. Targeted to practicing professionals, it offers the opportunity to expand your knowledge and capabilities in lighting design and to refresh and reinvigorate skills and gain experience with cutting-edge techniques in lighting design practice. Working with the full-time faculty and taking advantage of the expertise in the MFA Lighting Design program in the School of Constructed Environments at Parsons School of Design (part of The New School), participants spend a full seven days in the studio environment working on a lighting design project sited in New York City. They engage in hands-on exercises to gain a better understanding of the role light can play in architectural environments and learn design techniques that enable them to achieve excellence in lighting design while taking advantage of the vast resources of the New York metropolitan area.

    REGISTRATION

    Summer 2019: June 10-17

    Priority registration deadline: May 15, 2019

    Final registration deadline: June 7, 2019

    Tuition and fees: $2,500

    University credits: This is a noncredit program.

    Questions: Craig Bernecker at berneckc@newschool.edu

    SCHEDULE

    Class schedule: Monday–Monday, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break, with the exception of June 10 (2:00 p.m. start, with a site visit that evening)
    Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus


    Parsons Summer Intensive Daylighting Design Studio

    Offered after the Parsons Summer Intensive Lighting Design Studio, the Parsons Summer Intensive Daylighting Design Studio can be taken as a stand-alone course, a follow-up to the Parsons Summer Intensive Lighting Design Studio, or a package with the lighting design intensive (two weeks). The daylighting intensive will extend the analysis of the design project sited in New York to exploring daylight availability, fenestration opportunities, and the overall quality of daylighting through physical modeling and the use of the light lab’s heliodon and diffuse sky simulator; analytical techniques will also be discussed. Taught by the full-time faculty in the MFA Lighting Design program, the intensive emphasizes the quality of daylight and its interaction with electric light and lighting controls.

    REGISTRATION

    Summer 2019: June 17-24

    Priority registration deadline: May 15, 2019

    Final registration deadline: June 14, 2019

    Tuition and fees: $2,500

    University credits: This is a noncredit program.

    Questions: Craig Bernecker at berneckc@newschool.edu

    SCHEDULE

    Class schedule: Monday–Monday, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break, with the exception of June 17 (2:00 p.m. start, with a site visit that evening)
    Location: Parsons’ Greenwich Village campus


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