Anthropology & Design Exhibition & Student Working Group
The New School, New York
In the 2020-21 academic year, Anthropology students secured funding to support an Anthropology and Design (ADX) students working group, which hosted a reading group and regular workshops, and worked with The New School’s XReality Center to organize a virtual exhibition and symposium.
2021-2022 School Year
We are so excited to be back for another year. Following the momentum and the interest from last year's exhibition, reading group sessions, and workshops, we look forward to expanding into this year. Currently we are planning to host meetings every Monday from 12:00-1:30 PM via ZOOM (not in person to accommodate schedule and travel needs of many of our participants). Alternating between a general meeting and a reading group every other Monday. Full schedule coming so soon!!!!! For more info, please sign up for our mailing list via the link below.
ALSO if you have any reccomendations for what you'd personally like to see on our reading group syllabus (readings, video, podcasts, gallery visits, etc.) please send them to Lilah (email@example.com) OR ADX (firstname.lastname@example.org)
See you soon <3
ADX Exhibition 2021
The students of the Department of Anthropology at The New School for Social Research and the Design & Technology program at Parsons School of Design are pleased to issue a call for projects for The New School’s Anthropology & Design Exhibition (ADX) 2021 on April 16, 2021.
ADX invites students from varied disciplinary backgrounds to explore and experiment with anthropological and design research methods that open up new epistemological and creative possibilities, and illuminate our lived experiences and imaginations. The exhibition consists of a virtual reality showcase and a series of virtual moderated panels with artists and presenters. The committee is interested in a wide range of research-informed projects across disciplines that engage with anthropological questions, and ethnographic methods through design, broadly conceived. Works-in-progress may be presented at this exhibition, if you’d like to showcase your methods, process and iterations. Participants should be able to contextualize their project within the broad scope of anthropology and design.