The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Previews Open Studio Project that Includes Many Pratt Artists
Brooklyn is home to more artists than anywhere else in the United States, making it the creative capital of the art world. During GO: a community-curated open studio project, numerous Pratt alumni, faculty, and student artists, including Meri Bourgard (M.F.A. ’87), Kenneth Browne (M.F.A. ’07), Margaret Cusack (B.F.A. ’68), and Megan Suttles (M.F.A.’11), will be among the 1,861 participants who will open their studio doors. Visitors will vote electronically on which artists should be included in a group exhibition to be held at the Brooklyn Museum in December.
Please click here for a Brooklyn Daily Eagle article on the project that includes alumni Bourgard and Cusack and notes the strong Pratt connection to the event.