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The Connections That Shape Us

Pratt alumni on mentors and mentoring, and the advice that’s helped them through.

For Taezoo Park, MFA Digital Arts ’12, the City Is His Circuit Board

In his 3 World Trade Center studio, artist Taezoo Park, Pratt alumnus and visiting instructor of digital arts, is creating art for the future using abandoned technology.

By Nikolas Slackman
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Designing to Elevate the Book Lover’s Experience

Isabela Nery, BID ’24, an industrial design student at Pratt, was on her way home from class one day last fall when it began pouring…
Conch shell and a folded piece of paper with a small anchor illustrated in the bottom right-hand corner, both hanging on strings taped against a wall with bluish paint strokes.

Class Notes Spring 2024

Class Notes is Pratt alumni news on work and life compiled from alumni submissions, items shared by faculty and staff, and media mentions. Read on…
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Perspective, Connections, and “Extreme Possibilities”

Mentorship and intergenerational knowledge sharing are some of the most transformative gifts an artist can receive. To that end, Pratt Institute Fine Arts Chair Jane…
Opened book with red trim against white backdrop; the left page printed with lyrics from They Might Be Giants song “If Day For Winnipeg,” and on the right page, all-uppercase text arranged in organic forms

TMBG’s John Flansburgh ’84 Is Still Unlocking the Mysteries of Creativity

John Flansburgh, BFA Fine Arts (Printmaking) ’84, and his longtime collaborator John Linnell never put a limit on their creative vision. As the songwriters behind…

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