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Author James Hannaham reads from a red book in a narrow venue lit in orange-red tones
Literary City

Off the Page, and beyond the Screen, Pratt Writers Find Community in NYC’s Reading Scene

Community members of all ages dance with hands raised on one of Weeksville Heritage Center's lawns
Activating an Archive of Black Life in Brooklyn

Pratt Faculty and Students Collaborate with the Weeksville Community on an Oral History Project to Shape the Future

Mural with person in profile with hair pulled back in a bun and circular blue earring, as pedestrians move around the street
Nurturing NYC

Public works by Pratt alumni care for and celebrate New Yorkers

The undulating form of Little Island viewed from the Esplanade
A Gift to New York When New York Could Use It

Pratt Institute Professor Signe Nielsen, Landscape Architect of Little Island, Joins Fellow Experts in Conversation About Hudson River Park’s Inspired New Addition

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Local Network

Pratt Alumni Shape a Connected, Creative Brooklyn, and Beyond

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