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Practice
A 360 Tour of Architecture Professor Michele Gorman’s Satellite Studio

Prattfolio looks inside the tactile and digital world of Pratt architecture professor Michele Gorman’s remote studio.

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Practice
A Visit to Writing Professor Claire Donato’s Creative Sanctuary

Prattfolio looks inside the serene home studio of Pratt writing professor Claire Donato.

Features
Home Now

Pratt Photography Students Reflect on Intimate Spaces Through a New Lens

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Crit
Designing for Nourishment of People and Communities

In this installment of Crit, Prattfolio features Industrial Design professor Amanda Huynh’s capstone studio Nourishment and Social Change.

Solved
Pratt Alumna Margaret Burton Is on a Mission to End Fashion Waste

From the pages of Prattfolio, this article is part of a series highlighting the problem-solving process in the real world, from the perspective of alumni in the field. The Spring/Summer 2020 issue features the work of designer Margaret Burton, BFA Fashion Design ’16, who is working to end fashion waste, with a practice of creating new forms for existing garments, in a style she calls “deconstructed tailored streetwear.”

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Features
Art Activated

Pratt Fine Arts Fosters Open Exchange with Communities on Campus and Beyond

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Crit
Student Work Explores Intimacy Over Distance

In this installment of Crit, Prattfolio features professor and Assistant Chair of Digital Arts Linda Lauro-Lazin and Holly Adams, BFA Digital Arts ’20, discussing Adams’s recent work that examines how we create closeness across physical distance.

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Features
Voices of a Generation

Pratt Students Act for the Change They Imagine for the World

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Practice
Professor Theodora Skipitares Reimagines a Science Legend’s Story at La MaMa

Prattfolio highlights moments from the stage at La MaMa theater in Manhattan’s East Village, where Professor Theodora Skipitares presented her original production The Transfiguration of Benjamin Banneker in January and February 2020.