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After a screening of “How To Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change” Academy Award-nominee Josh Fox spoke as a part of the first annual Sustainability Summit sponsored by the Pratt Student Government Association and Envirolutions club. Organized by Elisia Langdon, BID ’17. Recorded October 20th, 2016
This talk was also followed by a panel discussion that can be found here: Sustainability Summit Panel Discussion
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As a part of the first annual Sustainability Summit sponsored by the Pratt Student Government Association and Envirolutions club and following a talk by Academy Award-nominee Josh Fox and a screening of “How To Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change”, a panel discussion was held including a Q & A. The Panel included: Josh Fox filmmaker, Carl Zimring coordinator Undergraduate Sustainability Studies, Carolyn Shafer Director of Pratt Center for…
“a Handful of Dust” is David Campany's speculative history of the last century, and a visual journey through some of its most unlikely imagery. The exhibition originated at Le Bal, Paris, continues at the Pratt Photography Gallery and then travels to Whitechapel Gallery, London; and the Moderna Museet, Stockholm. MACK Books published a Handful of Dust by David Campany in 2015.
Co-sponsored by the Photo League, Pratt Institute Libraries, and the School of Art. Recorded…
The Consortium for Research and Robotics, Hosted by Pratt Institute, developed a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program in which fourth grade students from St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s school developed their math and problem-solving skills by working with the Consortium’s industrial robot, the largest in New York City. The program included sessions at St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s in Manhattan and at the Consortium, which is located in the…
A fun campus-wide event where students, staff, and faculty play, build and explore the world of games and hardware hacking. For more information on our next event please visit hack.pratt.edu
presented by SURFACE + Pratt Institute.
Featuring Michael Kimmelman and Annabelle Selldorf. Recorded October 16, 2014.
Industrial design student Kai Lin (B.I.D. ’15) designed KLIPPA, a prosthetic leg for amputee rock climbers, for Professor of Industrial Design Jonathan Thayer’s Aesthetics of Prosthetics class. Inspired by the exceptional climbing ability of mountain goats, Lin developed a design that would offer the flexibility, articulation, and small footprint needed to allow amputees to climb comfortably and securely.
In this short video, Lin talks about the inspiration behind KLIPPA and how he…
Pratt Presents The Art of Dining: How Master Chefs and Designers Collaborate. With Chef Daniel Boulud, Chef Lydia Shire, Hospitality Designer Adam D. Tihany. Moderated by Editor in Chief of ELLE DECOR Michael Boodro. Recorded October 23, 2014
Pratt Film Video Juried Senior Show Excerpts 2014
BREADHEADS Cody Walzel
AGAPE Kyung Ae Jeong
TIGERTOOTH ISLAND Vincent Cretara
DASHERA Animesh P Dwivedi
Castable 3D Printing
MEROS Dylan Moore
CAGE Du Pengpeng
Academic Computing Labs
Theo Brown The Writing Program BFA 2015
Amber Short The Writing Program BFA 2015
Jack Nachmanvitch The Writing Program BFA 2015
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