We offer individual adults from all walks of life with a rich variety of stand-alone courses covering disciplines that are primarily within Pratt's areas of study, for the purposes of personal enrichment, career advancement; and academic advancement, i.e., to help non-majors meet the admission requirements for Pratt's graduate programs.
Pratt is committed to serving the Brooklyn and Manhattan community. To this end, the Institute offers a wide range of courses on its campus in the historic Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn and at its Manhattan location at 144 West 14th Street.
Course topics range from art and design to computer graphics and technology classes.
Please contact our Brooklyn office at 718-636-3453 for more information or to be placed on our mailing list. For more information at our Manhattan location please call 212-647-7199.
Artwork by Phyllis Rosenblatt
"In brief, I feel so grateful and indebted to Ms. Rosenblatt for the masterly way she brought drawing into my life. I have, in the past, been too impatient to tackle the elegantly simple process of drawing ('simple' as in 'uncluttered', not 'easy'). Ms. Rosenblatt has skillfully guided me through one obstacle after another. The result is I've tapped into the JOY of the process, regarding the frustrations, dissatisfactions, etc. as valuable components in the creative process rather than as markers of defeat. This is a very precious gift, which I greatly value."