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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


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 (