Professor Morton Speaks About Pratt’s Early History

Marsha Morton was invited to deliver a lecture on Pratt’s early history at the 20th Anniversary Conference on the Arts and Crafts Movement organized by Initiatives in Art and Culture. Her talk, “Pratt Institute: Teaching and Exhibiting the Arts and Crafts Movement,” took place on September 21 at the National Arts Club in Manhattan. Her presentation discussed the unique role Pratt occupied within the Arts and Crafts movement through its pedagogical philosophy, advocacy of social justice, exhibition practices, and network of like-minded individuals within and beyond the school.