New York London Courses from Central Saint Martins & Parsons

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New York London Courses from Central Saint Martins & Parsons

Time: June 24, 2013 to July 5, 2013
Location: Parsons, New York, USA and Central Saint Martins, London, England
Street: Fifth Avenue ,New York and Granary Square, Kings Cross, London
City/Town: New York and London
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Phone: +44 0207 514 7015
Event Type: international, short, courses, in, art, and, design
Organized By: The Dual City Summer Sessions
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2013

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Event Description

In 2013, Dual City crosses the Atlantic Ocean with an exciting new series of international short courses linking two world class cities and iconic institutions: Parsons The New School for Design and Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design.

New York City and London are vibrant urban centers that share in their abundance of learning opportunities in art and design. The existing industries of architecture, fashion, finance, and education, provide the student with exceptional models to study as well as experience, first hand.

Where better to plug into this energy, view the latest trends and collaborate with fellow students in art and design thinking while building a new network of contacts from around the world?

The Course Program:

New York: 24 - 28 June > Independent Travel > London: 1 – 5 July

Monday – Friday of the first week will be at Parsons in New York City followed by a weekend of travel to London.

Monday - Friday of the second week will be at Central Saint Martins in London. (35 hours of instruction in both cities = 70 total hours)

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