Pratt Institute will host three thought-provoking panels during NYCxDESIGN. The panels have been coordinated through Pratt Presents, a curated series of high-profile programs and events arranged by the Institute’s new Office of Public Programs and Campus Event Services.
Each of the Pratt Presents lectures will feature experts engaging in a lively discussion focused on some of the boldest ideas and issues in the design industry today. “Pratt Presents” events are free and open to the public, with RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please visit: www.pratt.edu/public-programs.
The three programs are:
- On the Horizon: What’s Emerging in Design & Tech Beyond 3-D Printing and Wearable Devices? With Cliff Kuang, WIRED magazine, and Colin Raney, IDEO Associate Partner and Managing Director of the Boston studio. (May 9; View more information here.)
- New Models for the Business of Design, Co-presented by DesigNYC. With Wendy Goodman, New York Magazine; David Frisco, Pratt Institute; Tania Garbe, Design with Benefits; and others. (May 10; View more information here.)
- Designer City: How Innovative Solutions Transform Urban Life, Co-presented by the Museum of Arts and Design. With Julie Lasky, The New York Times; David Burney, Pratt Institute; Christine Gaspar, the Center for Urban Pedagogy; Jason Schupbach, the National Endowment for the Arts; and Wendy E. Brawer, the Green Map System. (May 16; View more information here.)