Images: We recommend strongly that students submit individual image slides of works or installations, and not a PDF with multiple details, texts, and titles therein. This helps the committee efficiently and effectively review your portfolio. Please use the “Description” field in SlideRoom to add any information you feel is necessary for the understanding of your image.
Curation: We recommend choosing images that show a strong artistic voice, and deep engagement. For this reason, we discourage presenting works that are primarily technical demonstrations.
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"Please see our admission requirements including test score minimums on our Departmental Requirements page as they are constantly updated by the Department of Admissions with current policies."
Interested applicants should contact Anna Collette, Program Liaison, at email@example.com to schedule an appointment and virtually tour the facilities and studios.
Friday, November 20, 2020 from 8am - 12pm EST
Friday, December 4, 2020 from 8am - 12pm EST
Saturday, December 5, 2020 from 1pm - 5pm EST
Join us for one of Pratt Institute’s Graduate Information Sessions and find out more about the program(s) in which you are interested. The program hosts the sessions, and they will take place virtually for 2020. There are two sessions every fall for each program. Some programs offer additional dates. Reservations are required for all sessions. Online meeting details for each session will be emailed to you by the department directly once your registration is complete.
Please register by following this link: Photo Registration Form