15th Anniversary - Made in NYC

Building 77, Brooklyn Navy Yard (Enter at Vanderbilt and Flushing)
May 3, 2018 at 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Celebrating 15 years of urban manufacturing’s rebirth.
A special evening to bring together and celebrate New York City’s manufacturing community

Highlights of the evening will include:

  • remarks from champions of urban manufacturing, including Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
  • a photography exhibit featuring work by Pratt faculty and students of the people and places of contemporary manufacturing
  • a silent auction of fabulous NYC products and experiences
  • Some of the tastiest NYC-made foods and beverages


About Made in NYC

Made In NYC is an initiative of the Pratt Center for Community Development, which is part of Pratt Institute. Made In NYC was launched in the aftermath of 9/11 to encourage NYC-based manufacturers and residents to support one another by buying and sourcing locally. Since then Made In NYC’s network of manufacturers has grown to include over 1,200 members in all five boroughs producing everything from specialty foods to design-driven apparel to cutting edge gadgets. Made In NYC believes the manufacturing sector plays a vital role in building a more equitable local economy by spurring innovation and providing well-paying jobs for NYC’s diverse workforce.


Pratt strives to make all programs, services and activities accessible, and will provide assistance to accommodate any individuals with disabilities. Security personnel, located at booths at 200 Willoughby Avenue and other campus locations, are available for assistance. Additional accessibility resources are available at pratt.edu/accessibility



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