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See work from the Pratt Shows: Fashion runway show spotlighting graduating fashion students @prattfashion and read about the event at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on the news page. The collections were covered by outlets including Vogue and V Magazine.

Amira Lin, BFA Communications Design (Illustration) ’21, was featured in a Q&A on Our Culture: “Most of my works represent themes of social justice or are sometimes inspired by personal feelings. I want to leave people with an impression of joy and playfulness.”

Congratulations to the Class of 2022! See highlights from the celebration at #PrattGrad22 and in the stories of @prattinstitute.

The Pratt Center for Community Development’s advocacy for legalizing basement apartments was highlighted in a Crain’s New York article. Acting Director Lena Afridi told the publication: “We encourage legislators to pass this bill as a first step in providing New York City with the local control it needs to enact measures that bring these units up to code, creating safe housing for all.”

Today is Commencement for the Class of 2022! Livestream the event beginning at 10 AM EST and explore the hashtag #PrattGrad22 for celebrations from graduating students.


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People Magazine

The Pro Files: Meet Donni Davy, the Makeup Artist Behind Euphoria’s Internet-Breaking Looks

People Magazine ran a feature on Pratt alum Donni Davy, BFA ’10, who is known for her work as the makeup artist for HBO’s “Eurphoria”


Everything You Need to Know About the FABRIC Act, the First Federal Fashion Bill

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced a new piece of legislation that would address labor concerns and worker’s rights in the U.S. garment industry called The Fashioning Accountability and Building Real Institutional Change (FABRIC) Act. The Pratt Center for Community Development has endorsed the act.

Harlem World

Harlem’s Gwendolyn B. Bennett, Visual Artist, Writer, And Journalist 1902 – 1981

Harlem World wrote a bibliographic article about Gwendolyn B. Bennet, an artist, writer, and journalist who graduated from Pratt in 1924.


Pratt Institute Show to Explore “Bold Work and Big Creative ideas”

Pratt Institute has announced the 2022 edition of Pratt Shows: Design, its annual exhibition of work by seniors and postgraduates that explores “the future of design throughout New York City,” which will run from 11 to 18 May.