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Pratt Institute Professor Signe Nielsen, Landscape Architect of Little Island, Joins Fellow Experts in Conversation About Hudson River Park’s Inspired New Addition

Activating an Archive of Black Life in Brooklyn

Pratt Faculty and Students Collaborate with the Weeksville Community on an Oral History Project to Shape the Future

By Diana McClure
New and Noteworthy

2022 Alumni Books Roundup

This year’s annual roundup of recently published books by and about Pratt Institute alumni showcases the breadth of fields Pratt graduates engage with and ideas…
Author James Hannaham reads from a red book in a narrow venue lit in orange-red tones

Literary City

If it’s 7 p.m. in New York City, there’s a chance that somewhere a reading is about to start. The past months have toggled between…
Mural with person in profile with hair pulled back in a bun and circular blue earring, as pedestrians move around the street

Nurturing NYC

Free fridges, volunteer-made dining structures, streetside murals honoring the people of New York City’s diverse neighborhoods—the ways creative people activate to support their communities have…
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Local Network

I’ve lived in Brooklyn for going on 22 years now, but I’m still surprised to discover the connections this community harbors, and how often those…

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