Cultural and Special Interest
Cultural clubs and organizations provide opportunities to Pratt students to explore their cultural or another through events and activities organized by the members. Below you will find the current active culturally based groups.
PISA (Pratt International Student Association)
PISA exemplifies multiculturalism, in fostering friendships and cultural learning throughout the student body while striving to spread culture between international students, domestic students, and the community. Through this sharing of culture, we hope to make international students feel more at home, while also providing insight into what cultures exist beyond the shores of Brooklyn. Open to both international and domestic students; come help globalize Pratt with the wonders of this diverse world and community.Co-President: Allison Batty firstname.lastname@example.org & Houda El Mimouni email@example.com
PKSA (Pratt Korean Student Association)
The Korean-American student community (Pratt Korean Student Association) has been developed to further enhance the communication between the newly accepted students who choose to further extend their knowledge at Pratt, the Pratt Alumni network, and those returning. firstname.lastname@example.org
Queer Pratt (Gay, Bisexual, Lesbian, Transgender, Questioning, and Allies)
Queer Pratt is a safe place for people of all genders and sexualities. Come to meetings to discuss, play games, get off campus and hear various speakers from the community.
Queer Pratt is open to EVERYONE, no matter where they fall on the gender/sexuality spectrum. President: Jeff Wan email@example.com
Special Interest groups are clubs and organizations that are about the current interests of the students and finding like minded people. Below you will find more information on the current campus groups.
The Anime Club is dedicated to the appreciation of Japanese animation television series and movies. They watch and discuss both the new shows of the season, as well as the legendary older series that shape the anime that is loved today. President: David Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ceramics Club seeks to enhance the Pratt Community by providing programs and services relating to ceramics. President: Jessica Armstron email@example.com
The Pratt Comic club’s purpose is to provide a place for all students to gather and make comics. Comic Club also hosts events such as the “Comic-thon.” Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For students interested in drawing and sketching.
President: Jessica Perelman email@example.com
MTG at Pratt
Are you a fan of Magic: The Gathering? Do you want to learn to play? Do you appreciate the card art? This club is for you!
President: Taylor Osborn firstname.lastname@example.org