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Study Abroad Spring Program: Pratt in Puerto Rico

Image of a Puerto Rico street with extensive artistic graffiti.

In a spring-break deep dive into Puerto Rican culture students will engage with community-based organizations in San Juan, Puerto Rico, participate in a series of cultural activities including museum visits and a studio-visit with a local artist and enjoy unstructured time to explore the city and surrounding areas. The program, Pratt in Puerto Rico, advances students’ understanding of the relationship of community-based organizations to increasing the engagement of all members of a community in art and design.

  • Activities (not including the education program):
  • Old San Juan Walking/Food Tour
  • Visit to Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC)
  • Salsa Workshop
  • Visit to MADMI Museum Education Department
  • Walking tour of Santurce es Ley
  • El Yunque Hiking Tour
  • Trip to Luquillo Beach
  • Fajardo Kayak Bio Bay Tour

Eligibility:

Students from all majors (graduate and undergraduate) are encouraged to apply. The program is capped at 30 students.

For information on dates and program costs, contact: Aileen Wilson (awilson2@pratt.edu)