Posted Monday, July 12, 2010

Pratt to Present New Work by Aspiring High-School Age Artists and Designers on Friday, July 30

WHAT:     Pratt Institute's Center for Continuing and Professional Studies will present an exhibition of art, design, and architecture work by nearly 400 national and international students who have participated in its intensive, month-long Summer 2010 Pre-College Program. Free and open to the public.

WHEN:    Friday, July 30, 2010
              10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

WHERE:     Pratt's Brooklyn Campus

                Steuben Hall and Pratt Studios (art and design)
                200 Willoughby Avenue

                Higgins Hall (architecture)
                61 St. James Place

WHO:     Nearly 400 national and international students who have participated in Pratt Institute's Center for Continuing and Professional Studies' Summer 2010 Pre-College Program.

WHY:    The Summer 2010 Pre-College exhibitions and presentations offer a chance for the public to view work by future designers and scholars. Hundreds are expected to attend this exciting culmination of an intense month of study in the areas of architecture, art history, fashion design, graphic design, digital and traditional illustration, industrial design, interior design, fine arts/painting and drawing, jewelry and metal arts, photography, sculpture, media arts/video, sequential/comic book art, creative drawing, and critical and visual studies.