PUFD
4221

Thesis 2: Resolution

Parsons School of Design: School of Fashion

Non-Liberal Arts
Undergraduate Course
Majors Only
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Yoon-Jong Chang and Markus Huemer
Section: C10

CRN: 3213

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Wednesday, Friday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 515
Date Range: 1/24/2024 - 5/10/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Francesca Sammaritano and Liliana Sanguino
Section: C11

CRN: 14362

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 15

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday, Thursday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 418
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/9/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Lester Rodriquez and Daniel Salmon
Section: C5

CRN: 11163

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Thursday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 418
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Thaddeus Taylor-O'neil and Sarah Thorn
Section: C9

CRN: 3207

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 15

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Wednesday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 428
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Thesis 2: Phygital Fashion
Spring 2024
Taught By: Julian Guthrie and Soojin Kang
Section: D1

CRN: 11165

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

Phygital Fashion is delivered in person. Referring to a mode of artistic production and representation linked to immaterial and material culture, this course will use digital strategies and tools to create fashion outcomes that exist in both digital and physical spaces. The digital age and the power of social media provide a platform for new curatorial practices and creative expressions of self and community. With a multiplicity of experiences, we are constantly accumulating, experiencing, and creating fashion blurring the physical and digital realms. Students will continue building on technical and making skills and using software and digital tools they have learned throughout the BFA program. Students will analyze and study social dynamics, emotional impacts, and new aesthetic forms activated by digital technologies, and explore human relations and identities, multiculturalism, sustainability, and the expansive field of fashion. Students will explore the use of technology for creating, prototyping, making, simulating, sizing, presenting, animating, digital printing, image making, and storytelling. In this course, students will be encouraged to study subjects such as NFTs, gaming, the metaverse, and digital inclusion; and tools such as Unity, Blender, CLO 3D, True to Form, Browzwear, Rhino, ZBrush, AR/VR, and AI. This course is open to all pathways and encourages students to develop both individual and collaborative work.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 10

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Parsons 2 W 13th
Room: 402
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Days: Thursday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 402
Date Range: 1/25/2024 - 5/9/2024
Thesis 2: Materiality
Spring 2024
Taught By: Mariana Vidal and Miguel Villalobos
Section: M1

CRN: 5296

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Materiality pathway enables students to focus on the application of material and textile innovation to fashion design in relation to the body and beyond. Courses aim to help students generate new possibilities for fashion with a focus on craft with a highly specialized approach to textile innovation, including dyeing, print, technology, weave and knit, as drivers for design. Deep exploration in terms of research towards unexpected outcomes in both apparel and non-apparel are encouraged.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Wednesday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 500
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Days: TBD
Times: TBD
Building: TBD
Room: TBD
Date Range: 5/14/2024 - 5/15/2024
Thesis 2: Materiality
Spring 2024
Taught By: Colin McNair and Daniel Reynolds
Section: M2

CRN: 11166

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Materiality pathway enables students to focus on the application of material and textile innovation to fashion design in relation to the body and beyond. Courses aim to help students generate new possibilities for fashion with a focus on craft with a highly specialized approach to textile innovation, including dyeing, print, technology, weave and knit, as drivers for design. Deep exploration in terms of research towards unexpected outcomes in both apparel and non-apparel are encouraged.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday, Thursday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 500
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/9/2024
Thesis 2: Systems & Society
Spring 2024
Taught By: Tara Maurice and Mary McDermott
Section: S1

CRN: 3216

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Systems and Society pathway considers design in the broader context of the fashion system and society. Approaches to garment manufacturing, methods of production and craft of use are considered towards a redefinition of make/design processes and the system they inhabit. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes exploring non-conformist and socio-political approaches to the body, image, communication, and dress can result in apparel and in non-apparel directions.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 14

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: Yes

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday, Thursday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 500
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/9/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: John Bauernfeind and Adi Gil
Section: C1

CRN: 3204

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Wednesday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 515
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Maria Cavallo and Genrikh Zankov
Section: C12

CRN: 3208

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 15

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Wednesday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 510
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Leonid Batekhin and Brigitte Conti
Section: C2

CRN: 3205

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Wednesday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 516
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Amanda Brown and Michal Plata
Section: C3

CRN: 3206

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Wednesday, Friday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 428
Date Range: 1/24/2024 - 5/10/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Lyn Caponera and Neil Grotzinger
Section: C4

CRN: 3209

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday, Thursday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 515
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/9/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Anna Lerner-Zwick and Irina Simeonova-Papp
Section: C6

CRN: 11164

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday, Thursday
Times: 4:00pm - 9:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 510
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/9/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: Aina Beck Hussain and Julia Jentzsch
Section: C7

CRN: 3214

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 15

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Wednesday, Friday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 504
Date Range: 1/24/2024 - 5/10/2024
Thesis 2: Collection
Spring 2024
Taught By: James Butler and Thomas Engel Hart
Section: C8

CRN: 3215

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Collection pathway challenges you to consider approaches to body, gender, age, and size, amongst others, in order to develop new narratives, definitions and terminologies within a clearly defined visual aesthetic beyond traditional contexts. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes across gender is encouraged. Students are encouraged to redefine the meaning of a Collection.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 16

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Monday, Thursday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 405
Date Range: 1/22/2024 - 5/13/2024
Thesis 2: Fashion Product
Spring 2024
Taught By: Jane Francis and Stone Hubbard
Section: P1

CRN: 5297

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Fashion Product pathway takes a non-apparel focus and approach to form, sculpture, and shape, and offers students an opportunity to redefine this category utilizing a variety of traditional design/make approaches alongside technological innovation towards unique inventive outcomes. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes in all forms is encouraged.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 14

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday, Friday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 511
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/10/2024
Thesis 2: Fashion Product
Spring 2024
Taught By: Aneta Genova and Ulrich Grimm
Section: P2

CRN: 14363

Credits: 6

In the second course in a two-part course sequence of senior major project study, students will draw upon experience gained at earlier stages of the program. Self-initiated thesis projects encompass theoretical and practical design practice. Thesis allows students to research and develop an area of interest, and to demonstrate progressive ideas and abilities of breadth and depth. It also requires the student to plan and develop a proposal/brief, based upon the synthesis of exploration, ideation, and research. Students are required to develop an individually-negotiated approach to a design question or issue; and to manage, communicate, and document their processes through research/reflective journals and technical notebooks, where applicable. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

The Fashion Product pathway takes a non-apparel focus and approach to form, sculpture, and shape, and offers students an opportunity to redefine this category utilizing a variety of traditional design/make approaches alongside technological innovation towards unique inventive outcomes. Deep exploration in terms of research and process towards unexpected outcomes in all forms is encouraged.
Open to: Bachelor's degree in Fashion Design majors only. Pre-requisite: PUFD 4220 Thesis 1. Students are required to register in the same section of Thesis 1 and 2, for continuity and progression of learning.

College: Parsons School of Design (PS)

Department: School of Fashion (SOF)

Campus: New York City (GV)

Course Format: Studio (S)

Modality: In-Person

Max Enrollment: 14

Add/Drop Deadline: February 4, 2024 (Sunday)

Online Withdrawal Deadline: April 16, 2024 (Tuesday)

Seats Available: No

Status: Closed*

* Status information is updated every few minutes. The status of this course may have changed since the last update. Open seats may have restrictions that will prevent some students from registering. Updated: 2:12am EDT 5/29/2024

Meeting Info:
Days: Tuesday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 510
Date Range: 1/23/2024 - 5/7/2024
Days: Thursday
Times: 9:00am - 2:40pm
Building: Academic Entrance 63 Fifth Ave
Room: 511
Date Range: 1/25/2024 - 5/9/2024