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April 14, 2022

Fine Arts & Photography MFA thesis exhibition

Pratt Institute

Kristina Naso, To thine own self be true (still), 2022. 3 minute 30 second digital video with sound.

Register to see the exhibition and attend the opening reception.

The Department of Fine Arts and the Department of Photography are delighted to invite you to the 2022 MFA thesis exhibition. Each of our 32 graduating artists presents a body of work as the culmination of their four semesters at Pratt Institute. Artists in the exhibition worked in disciplinary and interdisciplinary ways over their course of study—whether painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking, or integrated practices. This exhibition is an expression not only of each artist’s individual vision but is also the expression of, and as such, an affirmation of, our community.

Artists: Junoh Ahn, Ty Allen, Daliah Ammar, Taylor Bielecki, Jack Byers, Khaska Dottin, Nazli Efe, Camilla Gale, Elle Gillette, SuJung Jo, Katharina Kiefert, Oidie Kuijpers, Kirsten Batten-Leach, Jaybe Lee, Hiu Ching Leung, Elliot Lovegrove, Troy Medinis, Samantha Morris, Debo Mouloudji, Kristina Naso, Seyhr Qayum, Madeleine Riande, Rob Redding, Omar E. Saad, Rebecca Jean Sutton, Xiangni Song, Noah Tavlin, JUSTICE - Michelle Thomas, Kelvin Tse, Amy Ungricht, Yu-Ching Wang, Yuning Xu

About Pratt Institute’s Pratt Shows 2022
Pratt Shows are public exhibitions and presentations by Pratt Institute’s graduating classes. Representing years of research, exploration, critical thinking, creative inquiry, problem-solving, growth, production, practice, and accomplishment, the shows celebrate student work leading up to Commencement in May.

About Pratt Institute’s MFA program in Fine Arts
Pratt Institute’s interdisciplinary MFA program in Fine Arts provides advanced education for artists supported by a distinguished faculty, exceptional facilities, and a supportive community of peers. Driven by exploration and enriched by the abundance and inspiration of New York City, Pratt’s critically engaged faculty respond to each student’s individual practice, fostering their development within the diverse cultures and myriad practices of contemporary art-making. Faculty and students build close relationships through structured studio visits, seminars, and informal conversations. These relationships create a vital community and supportive network that endures long after graduation.

The curriculum is both rigorous and flexible, offering wide latitude for exploration while fostering critical perspectives and a deeper understanding of the histories, issues, cultural and transdisciplinary contexts that inform art practices today.

About Pratt Institute’s MFA program in Photography
Pratt Institute’s MFA in Photography is a two-year (four-semester) terminal degree program. We serve students with interests in contemporary art practices—of all varieties—that rely heavily on the role of photographic imagery and imaging. This includes artists who use lens-based cameras; photosensitive materials and/or sensors; re-photography, aggregation, and quotation; and all approaches that fall under the umbrella of the photographic—including research and critical positions with relation to the histories and practices of photography, both still and moving.

Our pedagogy encompasses both lens- and print-based technologies alongside the history and context for the making of photographic images, objects, and installations in the 21st century. Fluency in the language and currency of images in our cultural and media landscapes is a core value of our program.

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