Every Monday night Pratt opens its doors and invites visitors into its gallery spaces to explore the diverse range of engaging work at shows by graduating MFA students. Join us for Mondays at Pratt Institute happening now through mid-May.
Pratt Shows is the institute-wide celebration of work by Pratt Institute’s graduating classes. Representing years of critical thinking, creative inquiry, and practice, the shows celebrate student work —a culmination of the student experience at Pratt leading up to the completion of a degree.
The highly anticipated shows attract a wide audience from New York City’s diverse art and design communities and beyond, connecting Pratt talent to industry professionals and advancing new ideas in more than 30 academic fields within architecture, art, design, information, and the liberal arts and sciences.
Free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted, exhibitions, performances, presentations, readings, and screenings run from now to mid-May at multiple venues.
For more information about all Pratt Shows events and exhibitions, visit prattshows.org.
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