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Jan
04
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Jan
03

European Masterworks From The Permanent Collection

Location: Museum of Art

In the early 1950s Harris K. Prior, the Museum of Art Director, and Edward Root, Consultant in Art, developed for the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art a small, distinguished collection of paintings and sculptures that were created by pioneers of major 20th-century artistic movements, such as Cubism, Futurism, and Surrealism.

European Masterworks on View link

MA 56.42 72 dpi

Wassily Kandinsky, Russian (1866-1944) 
Improvisation No. 23, 1911 
Oil on canvas 43 ¼ x 43 3/16 in.
Museum Purchase, 56.42

Feb
08
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Apr
06

Tommy Brown: Upstate

Location: Museum of Art

Tommy Brown: Upstate is a retrospective look at the regional photographer’s decades-long study of his home in rural Central New York.

The earliest images in Tommy Brown: Upstate include black-and-white portraits of startling frankness. More recent color photographs resonate with the poetic clarity of paintings by Charles Sheeler, Georgia O’Keeffe, or Charles Burchfield. The consistent subject of Tommy Brown: Upstate is the spirit of this place, its natural and fierce beauty, the relationship of people to the land, and the marks of the past on present-day life.

Brown was born in Norwich, NY, and earned his undergraduate degree from Colgate University and his Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale University. He lived in New York City briefly but discovered, “every picture I made I’d seen in a book [and] every time I went home I made an interesting picture.” He returned to Chenango County, NY, where he has made interesting pictures of people, farms, and the effects of weather on striking landscapes since the 1980s. Brown is especially sensitive to the effects of regional light through passing seasons.

Organized by Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Tommy Brown: Upstate is the first museum exhibition of the remarkable photographs Brown has composed during a lifetime of looking.

Click Here for Tommy Brown Website

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Double White, 2014
chromogenic print
© Tommy Brown

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Feb
18

President’s Day – classes meet.

Location: PrattMWP Campus

Feb
20

MWPAI Film Series: Cold War

Location: Sinnott Family - Bank of Utica Auditorium

2 and 7:30 pm

Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, 2018, Poland, Rated R, 89 min., Subtitled

Cold War is a gorgeous, passionate love story about a man and a woman who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With vastly different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, it is the tale of a couple separated by politics, character flaws and unfortunate twists of fate—an impossible love story in impossible times. Directed and co-written by Pawel Pawlikowski (Ida) and starring Joanna Kulig and Tomasz Kot. Nominated for 3 Academy Awards: Best Foreign Language Film, Best Director and Best Cinematography.

Open Caption Wednesdays
Both Wednesday screenings will feature Open Captions (subtitles) for the benefit of our deaf or hearing-impaired guests. Please be aware that this service is not always available from the film distributor, but will be provided whenever possible.

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MWPAI Film Series Link

Sponsored by M&T Bank

Tickets are on sale 30 minutes prior to each screening.

  • Admission:
    $6 MWPAI Members
    $8 General Admission
    $4 Students
    Free for PrattMWP Students
  • Film Passbooks that don't expire:
    10 discounted admissions are available
    at the Performing Arts Ticket Office:
    $55 for MWPAI Members
    $75 for General Admission
Feb
20

Late Night Snack

Location: Dining Hall

Feb
21

Yoga

Feb
22

MWPAI Film Series: Cold War

Location: Sinnott Family - Bank of Utica Auditorium

2 and 7:30 pm

Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, 2018, Poland, Rated R, 89 min., Subtitled

Cold War is a gorgeous, passionate love story about a man and a woman who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With vastly different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatefully mismatched and yet condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, it is the tale of a couple separated by politics, character flaws and unfortunate twists of fate—an impossible love story in impossible times. Directed and co-written by Pawel Pawlikowski (Ida) and starring Joanna Kulig and Tomasz Kot. Nominated for 3 Academy Awards: Best Foreign Language Film, Best Director and Best Cinematography.

Open Caption Wednesdays
Both Wednesday screenings will feature Open Captions (subtitles) for the benefit of our deaf or hearing-impaired guests. Please be aware that this service is not always available from the film distributor, but will be provided whenever possible.

Cold 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MWPAI Film Series Link

Sponsored by M&T Bank

Tickets are on sale 30 minutes prior to each screening.

  • Admission:
    $6 MWPAI Members
    $8 General Admission
    $4 Students
    Free for PrattMWP Students
  • Film Passbooks that don't expire:
    10 discounted admissions are available
    at the Performing Arts Ticket Office:
    $55 for MWPAI Members
    $75 for General Admission
Feb
22

Campus Tour

Location: PrattMWP Campus
RSVP Required - to register, click the "More Info" link below

Feb
22

Campus Tour

Location: PrattMWP Campus Tour
RSVP Required - to register, click the "More Info" link below

Feb
22

PrattMWP Sophomore Show Gallery

Location: McCulley Gallery, 14 Cottage Place, Utica, NY

Featuring Work by PrattMWP Student
Alex Morales
Julia Eck
Karissa Ortiz
Emma Waller
Emily Durkin
Meagan Brand
Adelin Zegstroo

Free and open to the public