3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
The New School is holding its first annual Earth Week Festival this April, coordinated by the Office for Sustainability. This cross-disciplinary collaboration of administrative and academic departments and student groups will raise awareness about sustainability issues, strengthen our campus community, and link The New School with millions across the country in the 42nd annual Earth Day celebration.
Celebrate Earth Day by enjoying Recycled Runway, a sustainable wear fashion show produced by fashion students at Parsons The New School for Design, an electro-acoustic chamber ensemble from The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, and various student projects.
Student Project Showcase
Art and design work addressing a wide range of sustainability issues and solutions will be exhibited throughout the afternoon.
Recycled Runway is a Parsons sustainable wear fashion show. Student designers in the School of Fashion use old clothing, leftover fabrics, and recycled materials to make brand-new garments. The goal is to bring sustainable thinking to fashion and create beautiful clothing while saving resources and minimizing waste.
Tom Csatari Quintet with Strings
Lang College/School of Jazz senior Tom Csatari, an environmental studies major, presents his graduation recital with his electro-acoustic chamber ensemble. Tom's music incorporates American folk, hip-hop, and classical idioms and reflects his interests in environmental conservation and sustainability.
Visit www.newschool.edu/earthweek for more information and a complete schedule.
Albert and Vera List Academic Center, 6 East 16th Street, 6th Floor