Pratt Sculpture Garden
Pratt Sculpture GardenNorth Hall, 200 Willoughby Ave Brooklyn, NY 11205
Pratt Institute’s Sculpture Park, the largest in New York City, stretches across the 25-acre Brooklyn campus. The Institute’s lush, green lawns and historical buildings provide an excellent backdrop for the 50 sculptures that fill the park each year.
The exhibition is a revolving and evolving one, with most of the work remaining on the campus for several years. Well-known and emerging artists, faculty, and graduates kindly loan their work to the exhibition, and the park includes a number of commissioned works as well. The sculptors often visit the campus to choose specific sites for their work.
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San Diego's Voice & Viewpoint Newspaper mentions Alumnus Kadir Nelson (B.F.A. Communications Design '96) as one of eight artists selected for Legacy in Black, an exhibition spotlighting the most influential artists of San Diego's African American fine-art scene. Read up on all the artists via sdvoice.com. Legacy in Black is on view daily (10 AM – 5 PM) through April 15, 2018, at the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park.
Two weeks ago today, three Pratt alumni (WearWorks) helped blind runner Simon Wheatcroft compete with over 51,000 athletes in the 2017 NYC marathon http://bit.ly/2zMjpMh