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Pratt Shows: MFA in Photography Thesis Exhibition: Chloe Scout Nix / Lena Smart

April 22 – April 30, 2024 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

ARC Building
Photography Gallery

Opening Reception: Monday, April 29, 5-8 PM

Pratt Photography Gallery, Pratt Institute, ARC Building, Lower Level

Class of 2024 exhibitions, curated by Jody Graf, April 15–May 10, 2024

April 15–19
Rachel Handlin

April 22–29
Chloe Scout Nix / Lena Smart

May 2–10
Erin O’Flynn / Ethan Li / Kunwar Prithvi Singh Rathore

Receptions: Mondays April 15, 22 and May 6 from 5–8 PM
Gallery Hours: Monday–Friday, 11 AM–5 PM

About Pratt Institute’s MFA Program in Photography

Pratt Institute’s MFA in photography is a two-year (four-semester) terminal degree program. We serve students with interests in contemporary art practices—of all varieties—that rely heavily on the role of photographic imagery and imaging. This includes artists who use lens-based cameras; photosensitive materials and/or sensors; re-photography, aggregation, and quotation; and all approaches that fall under the umbrella of the photographic—including research and critical positions with relation to the histories and practices of photography, both still and moving.

Our pedagogy encompasses both lens- and print-based technologies alongside the history and context for the making of photographic images, objects, and installations in the 21st century. Fluency in the language and currency of images in our cultural and media landscapes is a core value of our program.

Pratt Shows are public exhibitions and presentations by Pratt Institute’s graduating students in 30+ different fields, now through May.

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