Student Work

Image: (left) Lorena Kraus’s installation Light Transfix

            (right) Heidi Peelen’s digital collage

At Pratt Institute digital imaging encompasses processes from “bits to atoms.” Our students produce image-based works as 2D or 3D prints, laser or vinyl cut fabrications, dynamic installation and as other experimental forms. Recommended electives include Artists Books in the Electronic Age, Alternative Substrates, Large Format Digital Printmaking, Dimensional Printing, Reconstructing Realities, Critical History of Photography, Etching, Silkscreen Lithography, 3-D Printing and Digital Photography. 

See Digital Arts, MFA (Digital Imaging Concentration) Yearly Plan of Study


After graduation, Pratt Alumni can be found featured in important publications, exhibiting in galleries and new media institutions and working in major creative industries.


  • Art F City
  • Artforum
  • Art Report 
  • Creators Project
  • Bushwick Daily
  • Huffington Post
  • Hyperallergic
  • New Hive
  • Rhizome
  • Sex Magazine
  • The New York Times


  • Bastardo: Imperio de Culto Visual
  • Brooklyn Fire Proof Gallery
  • Bunny Cutlett Gallery
  • Et Al Gallery
  • Eyebeam
  • Harvestworks
  • Hester Gallery
  • Kimberly-Klark
  • Governors Island
  • Hyphen Hub
  • Microscope Gallery
  • MoMA
  • Nescafe Gallery
  • Pratt Manhattan Gallery
  • Spring Break Art Fair
  • The Other Art Fair
  • TRANSFER Gallery


  • R/GA
  • Trademark Media
  • Hotheads
  • Milkman Games
  • Apple Computer
  • Interface Media Group
  • Infinity Technologies
  • Phillips Electronics
  • IBM Watson Research Labs
  • Syrup LLC
  • Ta-Da Inc.
  • 10up
  • NBCUniversal
  • Genera Games
  • AirWatch
  • Splashlight
  • D' and many more.

Alumni have also gone to careers at academic institutions including:

  • LaGuardia CUNY
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
  • University of Florida, Digital Worlds Institute
  • Hoseo Technical College
  • New York University
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • Howard University
  • American Academy in Rome
  • Stony Brook University
  • National Taiwai Normal University • (telephone) 718.636.3411 • (facsimile) 718.399.4494

Digital Arts students become part of the thriving New York art scene, establishing a professional network and taking advantage of opportunities that exist nowhere else in the country.