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Pratt in Venice Exhibition on October 24th


The Pratt in Venice office is excited to announce our upcoming exhibition! The exhibition features paintings, prints, drawings, and art historical research by Pratt in Venice 2016 participants created during their time participating in our summer program. The show is curated by Pratt in Venice instructors Jennifer Melby and Chris Wright and will feature work by Marshall Bone, Rosa Booth, Samantha Busiello, Emily Edson, Yawen Hu, Chen An Huang, Greta Kroessler, Michelle Marshall, Sarah Maysonet, Ariel Miles, Lauren Smith, Elizabeth Spearman, Annabelle Tracy, Celeste Tsang, Saebra Waterstraut, Xinyi Zhang, and Sofia Zu’bi.

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Opening reception is on Monday, October 24, 2016, 5-7 PM.
The exhibition will run from October 24 – October 28, and is open to the public.

Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5 PM
East Hall, Second Floor Gallery

Pratt Institute
200 Willoughby Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11205

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Pratt in Venice
Brooklyn Campus, East Hall 202
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Tuesday 1:30-5:00
Wednesday 12:30-4.30
Thursday 1:30-4:30
Friday 9:00-1:00

31st Annual Pratt in Venice Exhibition


All students are invited to attend the opening reception of the 31st annual Pratt in Venice Exhibition, featuring  work from this year’s participants and curated by studio faculty Grayson Cox and Greg Drasler. The show will open Monday, November 2nd, and run all week through Friday.

Opening reception:
Monday, November 2nd, 5-7pm
Pratt Institute
200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn
East Hall, 2nd Floor Gallery
There will be refreshments, a slideshow of photos from this year’s program, a silent auction for the works to benefit the scholarship fund, and a chance to meet and mingle with alumni.
We hope to see you all there!

30th Annual Pratt in Venice Exhibition on November 17th

We are very excited to invite you to the 30th Annual Pratt in Venice Exhibition!   Please join us to celebrate with refreshments, a video and a power-point from this year’s program, and a silent auction of select works to benefit the Pratt in Venice Scholarship Fund.  This year’s show features paintings, prints, drawings, journals, and research projects created during the 2014 Pratt in Venice program.

The exhibition opens on Monday, November 17th with a reception from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in East Hall’s Second Floor Gallery on the Pratt Brooklyn campus.  The exhibition will be open 9:00am to 5:00pm through November 21th.

We are also pleased to announce that we are developing an improved website designed by Joseph Kopta, Pratt in Venice 2007 alum who will teach Art History in Venice this summer.  Stay tuned for our official launch!

We hope to see you at the opening!

Exhibition Blue Flyer

Pratt in Venice Exhibition 2013

We are very excited to invite you to the 29th annual exhibition. As in past years, the exhibition showcases the work of this summer’s Pratt in Venice program, featuring works in painting and printmaking as well as research projects done by current Pratt students.

The exhibition opens Monday, November 4th, and runs all week until November 8th in East Hall’s Second Floor Gallery on the Pratt Brooklyn campus. We will be having an opening party November 4th from 5-7 pm with refreshments, a slideshow of photos from this year’s program, a silent auction for the works to benefit the scholarship fund, and a chance to meet and mingle with alumni.

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Pratt in Venice 2012 Exhibition a Success!

This year’s annual Pratt in Venice exhibition ran from October 15th to the 19th and including an opening on October 15th. The show chronicled our six week visit to Venice, and the output of the fine arts and art history students who attended the program. Visitors to the exhibition were invited to bid on the many pieces that were entered into our Silent Auction, a yearly event that supports the Pratt in Venice scholarship fund. There was also a slideshow of photos compiled from students personal memories of their trip, a sketchbook filled with lovely small watercolors, Italian themed snacks and a wide variety of work to admire. Highlights from the show include current junior Max Tovar’s detailed etchings that sold like hotcakes, junior Kaitlin Mazzei’s large oil canvases of realistically rendered scenes from every day Venetian life, and junior Melina DiMarco’s hazy, nearly abstract oils of Venice’s canals and natural features. All in all, the exhibition was a great success, and gave our students a chance to showcase their work to their friends, families and faculty, reminding the larger Pratt community of the great opportunity afforded by this program. While the exhibition has now closed, many of the works are still available for view (and purchase!) in Pratt in Venice’s office, East Hall Room 202. Contact or stop by during office hours to check them out!




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