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A roundup of ideas and projects from around the Institute

Check out photos from 1976 and 1980 on @prattischool from when the School of Information was the Graduate School of Library & Information Science.

The 58th Carnegie International opening September 24, 2022, at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh includes work by Carlos Motta, associate professor of interdisciplinary practice in fine arts, and Félix González-Torres, BFA Photography ’83. Titled Is it morning for you yet?, the exhibition features historical and contemporary work to examine how artists respond to critical questions in the world.

Juan Camilo Osorio, assistant professor in the Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment (GCPE), was named Brooklyn representative on the City Planning Commission by Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso. Read more in the report from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Through August 20 in the Pratt Manhattan Gallery, The Work of Love, the Queer of Labor is exhibiting drawings, photography, video, posters, and installations reflecting on queer and left activism. Read more @prattexhibits.

“Interplay” by Chen Zhong, MFA Interior Design ’22, reimagines an interior as an incubator for spontaneous encounters and unexpected interplay between strangers, seeking to re-establish interpersonal relationships lost during the pandemic. Read more @prattinteriors.


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Graphic Design USA

2022 GDUSA Digital Design Showcase

Pratt was awarded the Digital Design Award by Graphic Design USA.

Out Traveler

Meet the Lesbian Photographer Who Will Curate Your Vacation Photos

Alexis Pace, MA Industrial Design ’04, is the founder of Fabella Photo and discussed her business with Out Traveler.

Security Magazine

Women in Security 2022: Diana Pan, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Security Magazine named visiting assistant professor Diana Pan one of their top Women in Security of 2022 for her work as the Chief Technology Officer at MoMA.

Architectural Digest

Skin Care Entrepreneur David Krause Left New York City to Revive an 1830s Catskills Home

Architectural Digest interviewed David Krause, BFA ’10, about the process of redesigning his 1830s Catskill home.