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Wednesday
Dec182013

ANNUAL PRATT HOLIDAY PRINT SALE TO RUN THROUGH JANUARY  

The Annual Pratt Holiday Print Sale, featuring work by students and faculty, will run through the end of January in the Print Shop on Pratt's Brooklyn Campus. There are roughly 50 prints available for sale, priced from $5 to $50. All sales are cash only, and proceeds are divided between the artists and the Print Shop. There's a broad range of print styles: intaglio, relief, letterpress, screen, lithography, and mixed media. All the prints are exhibited around the Print Shop, and interested buyers should speak to Print Shop manager Sarah Shebaro, whose office is on-site.

Monday-Friday, 9 AM-6 PM
Print Shop
Basement of the Engineering Building
Pratt Brooklyn Campus

Wednesday
Dec182013

PANEL TO DISCUSS EXHIBITION 0 TO 60: THE EXPERIENCE OF TIME THROUGH CONTEMPORARY ART AT PRATT MANHATTAN GALLERY

Pratt Institute will host a panel discussion on January 23 focusing on participating artists' relationships to nostalgia, the passage of time, the past, and the present, as well as the use of contemporary versus antiquated techniques. The event is tied to 0 to 60: The Experience of Time through Contemporary Art, an exhibition that highlights the intersection of time and art, featuring artists who utilize innovative and experimental methods. Participants include: 0 to 60 curator Linda Dougherty; Lydia Matthews, professor of Visual Culture, Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons the New School for Design; and 0 to 60-featured artists Dan Bailey, Alison Collins, and Dan Estabrook. 

Thursday, January 23, 6 PM
Pratt Manhattan Campus
Room 213, Second Floor 
144 West 14th Street

Wednesday
Dec182013

NOGUCHI + PRATT FASHION EXHIBITION

This fall, Pratt Institute and The Noguchi Museum partnered to challenge junior fashion students to create looks inspired by the work of Isamu Noguchi, a Japanese-American artist who was one of the 20th century's most acclaimed sculptors. The top 10 student-designed ensembles will be on display in Noguchi + Pratt Fashion, an exhibition in the museum's Education and Public Programs space from January 15 through February 23, with an opening reception on January 23 at 6 PM. The exhibition is free with museum admission, and the opening is free and open to the public.

Opening reception: Thursday, January 23, 6 PM
Exhibition dates: January 15-February 23
The Noguchi Museum
9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard)

Long Island City, NY 11106