Archived News (2014)

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GDUSA Winner for 2014

Congratulations to PrattMWP ComD students! Roughly 9,000 entries and only the top 15% were selected.

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PrattMWP Alumna Lisa Krulasik selected as a finalist for a Saul Bell Award

We are proud to announce that Junior Jewelry Major, Lisa Krusalik, has been selected as one of the finalists for the highly competitive 2015 Saul Bell Design Award in the Emerging Jewelry Artist category for her piece "Hollow Brooch".

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PrattMWP Sophomore Sculpture Class

PrattMWP Sophomore Sculpture Class, under the direction of Professor, Daniel Buckingham have recently installed new work on campus.

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PrattMWP 3-D Design classes have constructed a geodesic dome structure.

Celebrating Buckminster Fuller, the Pratt MWP 3-D Design classes have constructed a geodesic dome structure using recycled cardboard tubes, zip-ties, tape, measuring 10' high and 40' in diameter.

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Sculpture by Faculty Member Daniel Buckingham on Exhibition in MWPAI Sculpture Grove

Daniel Buckingham’s visual language is inspired by his solo journey along the ancient Silk Road where, by bicycle, he explored 60 countries over an 8-year span. The Silk Road, which is a 4,000-mile long network of trade routes that connected China to Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, has been referred to as the first information highway.

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Jewelry Professor’s Work Featured in National Magazine

Chris Irick, Professor of Jewelry, was recently a visiting artist at Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine.

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Daniel Buckingham PrattMWP Professor of Sculpture Featured in Solo Exhibition at the Everson Museum

Daniel Buckingham, Professor of Sculpture at PrattMWP, will be featured in a solo exhibition Secret Invitation at the Everson Museum in Syracuse, May 10 through August 10.

PrattMWP Students Recognized

Graphic Design USA magazine has recognized two PrattMWP students, Stacy Kamin and Adolfo Gutierrez as “Students to Watch.” Stacy is now a junior at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn.