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The Other Art Fair in Brooklyn

The work of Pratt alum Aaron Dunkel was featured in an article covering The Other Art Fair, which took place at the Brooklyn Expo Center.

Vogue

This Emerging Jewelry Brand Is Upstate New York’s Best-Kept Secret

Jewelry company En Studio was recently featured in Vogue Magazine. Cofounders Rick Van Streain Low and Malu Byrne both attended Pratt.

CNN

‘Euphoria’ makeup artist reveals change lies ahead for characters next season

Donniella Davy, BFA Photogrphy ’10, discussed her career as a makeup artist on the film Moonlight and television show Euphoria.

NBC

‘Hidden Mercy’ shines light on nuns, priests who responded to AIDS with compassion

Pratt alum Rev. William Hart McNichols was interviewed by author Michael O’Loughlin  for his book on Catholics who offered support to AIDS sufferers at the height of the pandemic. After losing his job after coming out, Hart McNichols supported himself as an illustrator.

Two Coats of Paint

Cyrilla Mozenter and Leslie Roberts: Where did we leave off?

Leslie Roberts, professor of foundation, and former faculty member Cyrilla Mozenter, BFA Art Education ’70; MFA ’72, joined in a conversation on Two Coats of Paint about their art. They both have exhibitions opening on November 11 at 57W57 Arts in Manhattan.

Maryland Today

UMD’s ‘Shark Lady’ to Be Honored With U.S. Postage Stamp

A stamp designed by Amanda Phingbodhipakkiya, MFA Communications Design ’15, will be issued by the US Postal Service in 2022. It honors the late Eugenie Clark, aka the “Shark Lady,” a marine biologist who shared sharks with the world through books, articles, and TV specials

The New York Review of Books

The Wages of Virtue

The New York Review of Books featured The Chastity Plot by Lisabeth During, associate professor of social science and cultural studies. The book examines the rise, fall, and transformation of the ideal of chastity.

The New York Times

He Stalks Delirious, Unfinished New York as It Rises

The New York Times covered a new book by Nick Relph, visiting assistant professor of photography, called Eclipse Body & Soul Syntax featuring his digitally stitched-together streetscapes.

The Oak Leaf News

SRJC Foundation Seeks Student and Faculty Input for New On-Campus Mural

Professor Maria Cornejo Cisneros has been commissioned by the Santa Rosa Junior College Foundation to paint a mural in the community room of the ne Foundation building. As a former SRJC student, input from the community at SRFC is important to her process and will be holding a virtual conversation on November 10th to discuss the mural.

Design Indaba

Subline Lets New Yorkers Reclaim Disused Subways

Pietro Quintino Sella, MFA ’21, entered his graduate thesis project “Subline” into the atenna 2021 program. Sella’s design considers new transportation routes and modes for cyclists and pedestrians in New York City.

New York Public Library

War and Memory: Louis Nelson with William Kelly

Louis Nelson, MFA Industrial Design ’64, will be discussing his memoir, MOSAIC, with NYPL Director of the Research Libraries William P. Kelly on Tuesday November 9 for LIVE from NYPL.

e-architect

Manchester School of Architecture Visiting Professors News

Dr. Harriet Harriss, Dean of the School of Architecture, will be a visiting professor at the Manchester School of Architecture.

Bushwick Daily

‘Domingo a Las 4:’ a New Outdoor Photography Installation About Finding Community as an Immigrant in NYC

Mateo Arciniegas Huertas, BFA Photography ’25, exhibited portraits of the soccer intramural league Liga Gorytos Sports in an outdoor installation in partnership with ACOMPI at Reinaldo Salgado Playground in Brooklyn.

Archinect

Business as Usual or Build Back Better? Architectural Leaders Share Their Thoughts on This Weekend’s COP26 Opening

In an Archinect article timed with the UN COP26 climate summit, Signe Nielsen, adjunct professor of undergraduate architecture, joined other architectural leaders in sharing their thoughts: “Boundaries in nature are governed by biology, chemistry, and physics and function interdependently; natural systems do not operate in isolation, and their actions are both spatially and temporally dynamic.”

The New York Times

Brad Lander, a Progressive Councilman, is Elected City Comptroller

Brad Lander, MS City and Regional Planning ’98 and former director of the Pratt Center for Community Development, was elected New York City comptroller.