A vibrant, hospitable city, Copenhagen is northern Europe's best kept secret. Enjoy cutting-edge Scandinavian design. Study with masters in their fields in a curriculum that combines challenging interdisciplinary design studio work with investigation and analysis of contemporary Danish society, politics and environment.
Florentine Art & Culture
Museum & Library Research & Documentation
The School of Information & Library Science (SILS) in collaboration with The School of Architecture invites applications for Pratt-SILS Summer Institute in Florence. Experience life at the intersection of art, architecture and information. Immerse yourself in Florentine culture through its museums and libraries.
School of Information and Library Science in collaboration with University College London, School of Library, Archive and Information Studies,announces the 2008 summer school and 2nd Bloomsbury Conference on E-Publishing in London, June 16- 28. The program is open to LIS graduate students and librarians nation-wide. School of Information and Library Science in collaboration with University College London, School of Library, Archive and Information Studies,announces the 2008 summer school and 2nd Bloomsbury Conference on E-Publishing in London, June 16- 28. The program is open to LIS graduate students and librarians nation-wide.
The Pratt Institute School of Architecture offers an intermediate and advanced undergraduate program for the study of architecture and culture in Rome.
Graduate Fine Arts in Rome
The Graduate Fine Arts Program in Rome is a five week program offering an inter-disciplinary curriculum that utilizes the platform of the "City as Studio." The courses are inter-related fostering collaboration, critical thinking, and a studio practice that is contextually responsive. The intention is to challenge the artist to leave the familiar and at times predictive confines of the studio and to work directly within the open environment of the city of Rome - to engage simultaneously with the Historical and the Contemporary, to question through the active encounter of a different culture one's place within the global art community, and within this context to initiate an account of one's own professional ambitions. Drawing, New Forms, and Fine Art Seminar
Art History, Materials/Techniques (including Fresco Study), Drawing, Printmaking and Painting in Venice. Venice has been chosen as the site for Pratt's summer program in fine arts and art history because of its artistic importance, its extraordinary visual richness, its sea breezes and its serene character.
The Pratt Humanities Department and Writing Program offer a five-week Summer abroad program which gives students the opportunity to earn 6 elective credits while living and studying in Paris, France. The program is housed at the Cite International Universitaire de Paris ( http://www.feusa.org), an international campus located within minutes of the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Sacré Coeur and countless other historical and contemporary of points of interest. The program is available to all Pratt students.