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Recharge Your Artistic Practice with Pratt SCPS Study Abroad Program

In partnership with World Strides ISA, Pratt offers specialized study trips to locations around the world led by acclaimed Pratt faculty.

Capture unique images of Havana, Cuba with Federico Savini – then exhibit at SCPS Gallery in Spring 2019. Image Courtesy of Federico Savini.

Travel to places you’ve always wanted to go, to study subjects you love. Pratt School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) in partnership with World Strides ISA, a leader in academic tours, offers specialized study trips to locations around the world led by acclaimed Pratt faculty. Embark on a one-week intensive experience in an inspiring locale and return home with a fresh perspective, new and improved skills, deeper knowledge and a network of peers.

Pratt’s programs are consistently ranked among the best in the country, and its faculty and alumni include the most renowned artists, designers, and scholars in their field.

Open to all, the SCPS Study Abroad Program offers participants in select tours opportunities for project-based intensive courses and exhibitions at the SCPS Gallery.

Strategic Retail Design Seminar, Paris, France
March 10–17, 2019
Guided by Pratt instructor and creative director of omni/form
Régis Péan, learn to understand retail and shopping from “behind the scenes” in Paris, the capital of luxury, fashion, and beauty. Discover how retail stores are strategically conceived and planned, how a shopping experience is built and how customer behavior influences design.

Street Photography Tour of Havana, Cuba
April 14–20, 2019
Spend seven days capturing the neighborhoods and beauty of Havana, Cuba, with master photographer and Pratt instructor Federico Savini. Enjoy a guest lecture by a prominent Cuban art critic and curator and field trips to unique cultural and historic locations. Post-trip, study tour participants are invited to exhibit a selection of photographs they make in Cuba in a group show at the SCPS Gallery.

For more information, visit pratt.edu/scps or contact the program director, Suzanne de Vegh, at [email protected] or 212.647.7299.