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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.

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PrattMWP's Team photo for Heart Run & Walk

We were missing several team members who were already running!

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PrattMWP Students Earn Nine American Graphic Design Awards for 2013.

PrattMWP Students Earn Nine American Graphic Design Awards for 2013.

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PrattMWP Alumnus Michael Beitz exhibits in Wisconson

The Michael Beitz plywood sculpture on the roof of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is called "Picnic," and features an elongated picnic table that curves in a loop much like a rollercoaster.

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PrattMWP Student to watch Christina Sharp

Christina Sharp is an upstate New York, sassy, nerdy, and classy kind of gal. In high school she loved art (it was the only thing she excelled in besides baking) and discovered graphic design. She attended Pratt at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute for two years with a focus on illustration and communication design.

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PrattMWP Student to watch Michael Bagnardi

Born and raised in New York’s capital region, Michael Bagnardi developed a fixation for the arts at a very young age. Throughout middle school, he could be found tinkering on the computer creating logos and typefaces to pass the time. With the support of his family and instructors, he discovered his passion could develop into a legitimate career.