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Thursday
Oct252012

Pratt Institute Fall 2012 Lecture Series

Pratt Institute's Art and Design, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Architecture schools will feature talks by esteemed individuals and working professionals as part of each department's fall 2012 lecture series.

ARCHITECTURE
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Varying weekdays
Brooklyn lectures: Higgins Hall Auditorium, 6 PM 
Manhattan lectures: Pratt Manhattan Campus, Room 213, 6:30 PM

DIGITAL ARTS
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Wednesdays
Myrtle Hall, Lecture Room 3E-4, 12:45 PM 

FASHION DESIGN
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Mondays
Pratt Manhattan Campus, Room 213, 6 PM

FINE ARTS
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Tuesdays
Engineering, Room 307, 12:45 PM 

PHOTOGRAPHY
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Wednesdays
Higgins Hall Auditorium, 6:30 PM

WRITER'S FORUM
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Wednesdays
Engineering, Room 307, 12:30 PM

Thursday
Oct252012

"Party Headquarters: Art in the Age of Political Absurdity" Exhibition

Enrique Chagoya, The Head Ache, after George Cruikshank, 2010, digital etching and Chine collé, 15.5 x 19.5 inches.Pratt Manhattan Gallery connects with the fall 2012 election campaign by presenting Party Headquarters: Art in the Age of Political Absurdity, a political art exhibition, voter registration drive, and the fifth annual "Pratt Falls," a program of political cabaret produced by Larry Litt, which represents a broad range of opinions about political media, the art of persuasion, the persuasion of art, and voting attitudes of vote-eligible citizens.

Open through November 10
Tuesday–Saturday, 11 AM–6 PM

"Pratt Falls" will take place in the gallery on October 30 and November 6 at 7 PM.

Pratt Manhattan Gallery

Manhattan Campus
144 West 14th Street
Second Floor

Photo: Courtesy of the artist and George Adams Gallery, New York City

Wednesday
Oct242012

PRESSURE PRINT COLLECTIVE’S PRINT FAIR

Pressure Print Collective (PPC), Pratt’s printmaking club, is throwing a one-day-only Print Fair on the Brooklyn campus. Printmakers and self-publishers from the NYC area will be exhibiting and selling their prints, T-shirts, zines, CDs, you name it!

PPC will also provide live T-shirt printing, letterpressing, and print raffles from some incredible artists.

Saturday, November 3, 5–12 PM

Student Union

200 Willoughby Avenue

Courtesy of Dan Warden

Tuesday
Oct232012

INCLUSION ILLUSION TO FEATURE INTERACTIVE PANEL 

The Pratt Initiative for Art, Community, and Social Change will hold Inclusion Illusion, an event that aims to bring together the Pratt community on Election Day, (when there are no classes), to be creative, share work, and talk about social issues on the Brooklyn campus. Featured will be an interactive panel on Art and Public Space in collaboration with Beyond Zuccotti Park.

Tuesday, November 6: Election Day; No Classes
5–8 PM
Panel Discussion: 5 PM
Room E-2, ARC

ARC Building, outdoors
200 Willoughby Avenue

Tuesday
Oct232012

“Find & Follow Your Passion” Opportunity Fair/Conference

Pratt’s Center for Career & Professional Development and NY Creative Interns will present Find & Follow Your Passion, an Opportunity Fair and full day of panels, discussions, hands on workshops and networking. Discounted tickets are available through November 2 to members of the Pratt community. For more information and to register, click here, or contact career@pratt.edu.

Saturday, November 10, 9 AM-6 PM

Memorial Hall
Brooklyn Campus
200 Willoughby Avenue

Tuesday
Oct232012

125 ICONS: A CELEBRATION OF WORKS BY PRATT ALUMNI AND FACULTY, 1887–2012

An RCA television, 1939, developed when Engineering alumnus David Sarnoff was RCA's president, is one of the 125 Icons.This special 125th Anniversary exhibition presents the top 125 works by Pratt alumni and faculty—as voted on by the Pratt community.

Friday, November 30–Saturday, January 19

Monday–Saturday, 11 AM–6 PM; Thursdays until 8 PM
(Gallery will be closed December 22–January 1.)

Pratt Manhattan Gallery
Manhattan Campus
Second Floor
New York, NY

Courtesy of The Early Television Museum