March 18, 2019 

Please join us for our MFA Thesis exhibitions in Dekalb and Steuben Galleries and our BFA Painting and Drawing Thesis exhibitions in East Hall Gallery. All openings are on Mondays from 5-8pm weekly. Our upcoming Visiting Artist Lecture Series with Rochelle Feinstein and our Faculty Lunch Talks with Jason Stopa both on March 26th as well as our MFA Open Studios on April 12th from 6-9pm at the Pfizer Building.

We have a special Fine Arts Department and School of Art event on April 9th from 7-9pm
Open Exchange: Belonging, An Evening with Ana M. Bermúdez, Jammal Lemy, Hank Willis Thomas, niv Acosta, Tom Finkelpearl and the conversation is moderated by Shaun Leonardo at Pratt in the Student Union. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited, please RSVP here: https://Soartpratt.ticketleap.com/lecture

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Visiting Artists Lecture Series

Faculty Lunch Talks

Open Exchange: Belonging

Tuesday, April 9, 2019
From 7-9pm

Pratt Institute
Student Union

Pratt’s School of Art (SoArt) and the Fine Arts department are proud to present an evening of open exchange for the third annual School of Art Lectures event. 

This year’s event will bring together five thought leaders to share the ways that they have approached notions of safety in their practice. Participants include Ana M. Bermúdez, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Probation; Jammal Lemy, creative director for March for Our Lives; Hank Willis Thomas, conceptual artist and activist; Niv Acosta, multimedia artist and activist; and Tom Finkelpearl, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA). The discussion will be moderated by Pratt Visiting Fellow and multidisciplinary artist and activist Shaun Leonardo

Prompted to consider a single word – “Belonging” – each panelist will address one related, critical question that drives their work. The audience will be invited to participate and further distill and respond to these questions, engaging guest speakers in an open exchange.

FREE and Open to the Public
Seating is limited. 
RSVP: https://Soartpratt.ticketleap.com/lecture

MFA Open Studios

Friday, April 12, 2019
6pm – 9pm

The Pfizer Building
630 Flushing Avenue
7th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11206

For more information: www.pratt.edu/pal

Organized by the Pratt Artists League and the Fine Arts Department

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