Pratt Institute will present its inaugural Alumni Art and Design Fair from 10 AM to 5 PM on Saturday, September 29, 2012, on its Brooklyn Campus. The fair is open to the public, and visitors may enter through the main gate at 200 Willoughby Avenue. The art and design work that will be on view and for sale includes apparel, ceramics, greeting cards, jewelry, paintings, photography, and sculptures created by nearly 40 talented alumni from Pratt Institute. The fair is part of Alumni Day 2012.
Highlights from the fair include NYC Metro Cuffs by Tiffany Burnette (M.I.D. '08); dynamic form sculptures from Edward Kent (B.I.D. '66; M.I.D. '73); architecturally inspired jewelry designs by Andrea Panico of Panico Design (M.I.D. '02); and Hematite ink, graphite, and Venetian plaster artworks by Shira Toren (B.F.A. Fashion Design '81).
For the full list of exhibiting alumni, please visit alumni.pratt.edu/artfair. For more information, please contact Megan McCurry at email@example.com or 718.636.3635.
Pratt Institute's Brooklyn Campus
200 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Fair Hours: Saturday, September 29 from 10 AM to 5 PM
The closest subway to Pratt Institute's Brooklyn Campus is the G to Clinton-Washington. For more information on how to get to Pratt's campus, please click here.
From left to right: Pearls by Shira Toren (B.F.A. Fashion Design '81), NYC Metro Cuff by Tiffany Burnette (M.I.D. '08), and Molecular Sculptures by Edward Kent (B.I.D. '66 and M.I.D. '73). Photo credits from left to right: Courtesy Shira Toren, Tiffany Burnette, and Edward Kent.
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