The Sophomore Sculpture Class 2019

The sophomore sculpture class has produced a group project that has been installed in Palmer Park.

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The GDUSA Students To Watch


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PrattMWP Communications Design students earn six American Graphic Design Awards for 2018

Professor Cindy Buckley Koren is proud to announce that work from PrattMWP’s Communications Design program has once again been recognized for national honor.


Māra Zoltners PrattMWP Adjunct Faculty receives 2018 Art Prize

Flowerama, site-specific installation, 2017

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PrattMWP Class of 2018 Tree

The PrattMWP Class of 2018 celebrated their time at the School by donating a dogwood tree to add to the beauty of the campus that served as their home for two years.

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Graphic Design USA Magazine Honors Two PrattMWP Students

It’s no small honor to be a current underclassmen and already be recognized in a national magazine.

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“Masters of War,” an exhibition curated by PrattMWP College of Art & Design Alumnus Brian Cirmo

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PrattMWP Professor Recognized as Educator to Watch

PrattMWP Professor Cindy Buckley Koren was featured in a full-page interview, along with work from two of her students, in the June 2017 print edition of Graphic Design USA magazine.According to the editors of GDUSA, “ education and educators have more influence than ever on the fast-changing shape of design, media and culture...The common thread is that these are people who are making a difference to their students, schools and community.”Interview available online.

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PrattMWP Student Designs included in Worldwide Poster Exhibition

Posters designed by PrattMWP students Kylie Dimick (honorable mention) and Ryan Neil (finalist) are scheduled to travel around the world.

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Audrey Vandermeulen Com-D/Illustration Founder of the Art Trading Card Club

This is the first in a series of short monthly interviews with sophomore Student Peers or Student Government Leaders.