Fine Arts alumni thrive. Each year, graduates are accepted into prestigious residencies at Skowhegan, the Marie Sharpe Walsh Foundation, the Elizabeth Foundation, Henry Street Settlement, the Terra Foundation, Yaddo, Smack Mellon, MacDowell Colony, the Bronx Museum’s Artist in the Marketplace program and the Whitney Independent Study Program. Our alumni who remain in New York City or NY state are recipients of the New York Foundation for the Arts fellowships and we have a partnership with NYFA to provide a professional development review session for all second year students. Works by our graduates have been shown at galleries such as Marianne Boesky, Zieher Smith, Asya Geisberg in Chelsea, Minus Space, Pierogi and Honey Ramka in Brooklyn, On Stellar Rays, Freight + Volume, and Lisa Cooley on the Lower the East Side, and the work of our alumni can be found in the collections of the Whitney Museum, MoMA, the Guggenheim Museum, the Brooklyn Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Albright-Knox Gallery, and the Panza Collection in Italy.  

Pratt Fine Arts graduates have pursued distinguished careers as teachers in a number of  higher education institutions, including Hunter College, RISD, Cooper Union, Parsons/The New School, the School of Visual Arts, the University of Colorado, Brigham Young University, and Sarah Lawrence. Graduates give back through social service programs such as Studio In A School and have taken their place in the New York art world as writers and editors of art publications, gallerists, and curators. Together, our alumni form what we call the "Pratt Network." Many continue to live and work in Brooklyn, the epicenter of creative entrepreneurship in New York. We are Pratt, and we are everywhere!