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Pratt>FORWARD
Pratt Institute
Above: Mickalene Thomas, Jane South, Derrick Adams, Racquel Chevremont, Titus Kaphar, Elizabeth Lamb, Jasmine Wahi. Courtesy Pratt Institute.
Above: Mickalene Thomas, Jane South, Derrick Adams, Racquel Chevremont, Titus Kaphar, Elizabeth Lamb, Jasmine Wahi. Courtesy Pratt Institute.


Application deadline: December 13

The Pfizer Building
630 Flushing Avenue, 7th floor
11206 Brooklyn, NY

commons.pratt.edu
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New platform co-directed by Fine Arts Chair, Jane South and alumna Mickalene Thomas to support emerging artists. All selected artists will receive a full scholarship to attend.

Core Mentors: Derrick Adams, Racquel Chevremont, Titus Kaphar, Elizabeth Lamb, Jasmine Wahi.

Pratt>FORWARD is a new platform that inspires & mentors emerging artists by nurturing artistic exploration, introducing career development skills, empowering cultural advocacy, and collaborating to develop new artist-led models for cultural engagement.

Program goals
Provides an intense, focused and intimate experience that connects emerging artists with creative thought-leaders and practitioners in the field. Provides feedback on participant work along with professional development tools. Fosters critical conversations on contemporary issues. Mentors participants in developing and sustaining life as an artist. Innovates new ways of cultivating creativity.

Apply. Slideroom application process. Interviews with finalists via Skype.

Eligibility: Emerging artists. 10 artists will be invited to attend. 6 places are reserved for Pratt Fine Arts alumni.

October 28, 2019

location

The Pfizer Building, Brooklyn