Whether you are a beginner or professional artist, Pratt SCPS has a course for you. Explore a new medium, acquire new technical skills, meet peers, and expand your creative community.
Fall registration is open now, visit pratt.edu to learn more.
- Storyline: The Art of Personal Narrative
- Tactility: Sculptural Inventions and Interventions
- Art Now: Concepts and Themes in Contemporary Art
- Brave New World: Daily Artmaking Ritual
- Ideas and Motivation in The Visual Arts: A course for the Creatively Curious
- Goddess Power
- Transgressive DIY Video
- Create a Picture Book
- Drawing Games
- Drawing Marathon
- Pencil Portraits That (Almost) Speak
- Drawing I: Learning to See, Perception, and The Art of Drawing
- Drawing II
- Painting and Drawing
- Painting and Drawing Part II
- Color Theory in Practice
For more information, visit pratt.edu.
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