Curating Learning showcases the work of Art and Design Education seniors at the culmination of the program as they curate their experiences as artists, cultural producers, and learners. The research projects and related artworks created emphasize student interdisciplinary connections and reflections on how knowledge is constructed and facilitated through teaching, learning, and curating. Students integrate theory and practice through reflection and research in the field of art and design education. Students develop their voices as emerging professionals as they synthesize their learning in studio, liberal arts, art and design education, and pre-service teaching as well as co-curricular experiences in both formal and informal settings. Working across media and informed by their own research interests, they create projects that ultimately highlight their perspective on integrating their learning across the studio, classroom, and community.
Pratt Shows are public exhibitions and presentations by Pratt Institute’s graduating students in 30+ different fields, now through May.
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