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The Rubelle And Norman Schafler Gallery

Image of The Rubelle And Norman Schafler Gallery with art pieces throughout the exhibit.
Graduate Fine Arts 2018, installation view, photo by Madison Burger.

The Schafler Gallery presents exhibitions by Pratt Institute faculty, students, and alumni from all departments. The gallery favors cross-disciplinary topics that reveal how ideas and issues affect our lives from many different perspectives and provides an open forum for the presentation and discussion of contemporary culture. 

Pratt Institute
Chemistry Building, 1st Floor
200 Willoughby Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11205

718.636.3517
exhibits@pratt.edu

Hours: Monday – Saturday 11 am – 5 pm

The Schafler Gallery is now open to the Pratt Community, and to pre-registered guests.

Guests (except Pratt students, faculty and staff with campus clearance) must be fully vaccinated, visit the following link to register, and agree to the conditions outlined there. 

Register to visit the Schafler Gallery below under Current Exhibition

In order to provide a safe environment for those attending Pratt Institute’s events and exhibitions, attendees are asked to comply with the following protocols as well as to respect instructions given by Pratt Institute’s staff. Please note that conditions are subject to change during the pandemic and to check pratt.edu/coronavirus for the latest information about Pratt events. 

In accordance with Key to NYC guidelines, all visitors age five and older must present one of the following items to enter the gallery:

  • CDC COVID-19 vaccination card (or photo)
  • NYC COVID Safe app
  • New York State Excelsior Pass
  • NYC COVID-19 vaccination record
  • An official COVID-19 immunization record from outside NYC or the US

An ID is required that matches the vaccination record.

Registration is required for all events and exhibitions on Pratt’s campus. Space is limited and registrations will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Everyone must wear masks completely covering the mouth and nose while indoors on Pratt’s campus. Hand sanitizer and masks will be available on Pratt’s campus for use.

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Current Exhibition


Poster for BFA Sculpture Integrated Practices Thesis exhibition.

BFA Sculpture + Integrated Practices Thesis Exhibition 

On view from April 18 – May 8, 2022

Opening reception on Monday, April 18 from 5pm -7pm 

The Rubelle and Norman Schafler and Dekalb Galleries on Pratt’s Brooklyn campus

To attend please register here

More information about the Sculpture + Integrated Practices exhibition here

Please note that the Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery has different hours than Dekalb. Official Schafler Gallery hours are listed above, Monday – Saturday 11am – 5pm.

Please join us for the thesis exhibition of our BFA Sculpture + Integrated Practices BFA students. In this culminating exhibition, each student will present a body of work developed during their senior year. 

Eris Cereli Avera
Helena Chappell
Rendele Collins
Sage Gentry
Alexa Hartman
Naomi Larson
Madison Maffia
Dillon Monamara 
Daniel Menatian
Matalina Moore
Dylan Newlon 
Atlas Thomas
Ariana Tottenhoff
Sarah Weiner

Recent Exhibitions


Poster for the BFA Printmaking Thesis Exhibition

BFA Printmaking Thesis Exhibition 

March 28 – April 12, 2022
Opening Reception with the Artists
Monday April 4: 5PM–7PM
Please join us for the thesis exhibition of our Printmaking BFA students. In this culminating exhibition, each student will present a body of work developed during their senior year. 

Devan Armeni
Maya Cardinali
Aidan Flynn
Ezra Ooghe
Sena Ozdemir

Open to the public. Registration is required. To attend, please register here
More information about the Printmaking exhibition here

A digital art and sculpture mix media art piece with neon lights emanating from the top.
Mattia Casalegno, Knowledge Of The Body #4, 2017, 3D printed Nylon, glass, anodized aluminum, spandex, wood, ultraviolet LEDs

Place/Displace
An exhibition of Art & Technology faculty in the Department of Digital Arts

Curated by Linda Lauro-Lazin, Assistant Chairperson
Department of Digital Arts

On view October 28, 2021 – March 4th, 2022

Including Artists:
Blake Marques Carrington, Mattia Casalegno, Andréa DeFelice, Heather Delaney, rebecca (marks) leopold, Amelia Marzec, Steven Pestana, Colette Robbins, Sophia Sobers, Suzy Sureck, Claudia Tait.

Poster for the Fine Arts BFA Printmaking and Sculpture Thesis Exhibition

Fine Arts: BFA Printmaking & Sculpture And Integrated Practices Thesis Exhibition

Yours Truly 
April 20-May 3, 2021

Hours: M-F, 12-2 pm for Campus Community Only
(Closed Tuesday, April 27th for Final Critiques)

Including: Mavet Arellano, Colette Bernard, Whitney Davis, Ev Jensen, Rebecca Johnson, Lex Laneuville, Mia McCormick, Mika Rathi, Shane Sollender, and Natalie Van Oyen.

Poster for the Foundation Department Exhibition

Foundation Department Exhibition

On View: January 21–March 11, 2020
Opening Reception: January 28, 5–7 PM

Featuring works from:

  • Lucas Albrecht
  • Luis Alonso
  • Todd Ayoung
  • Brian Brooks
  • Kye Carbone
  • Amelia Carley
  • Megan Cash
  • Pier Luigi Consagra
  • Maria de Los Angeles
  • Carol Diamond
  • Sandra Erbacher
  • Iona Fromboluti
  • Yechiam Gal
  • Derek Haffar
  • Faith Holland
  • Jackie Hoving
  • Elise Kaufman
  • Sophia Kayafas
  • Andrew Lenaghan
  • James Lipovac
  • Dik Liu
  • Jennifer Logun
  • JJ Manford
  • Jenny Lynn McNutt
  • Natalie Moore
  • Martina Mrongovius
  • Sung Ha No
  • Matthew Northridge
  • Jonathan Peck
  • Reeva Potoff
  • Andrew Prayzner
  • Birgit Rathsmann
  • Leslie Roberts
  • Scott Robinson
  • Julia Shinay
  • Kim Sloane
  • Micki Watanabe Spiller
  • Corinne Ulmann
  • Beth Warshafsky
  • Patrick Webb
  • Rebecca Welz
  • Andrew Wilhelm
  • Scott Williams
  • Douglas Wirls
  • Christopher Wynter
  • Alice Zinnes

Organized by the Pratt Institute Exhibitions Department.