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Artist Showcase - Kay Pratt Event Postcard

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that Californian artist Kay Pratt is this month’s featured artist. Kay has participated in several of the gallery’s art exhibitions and she won the Second Annual 2011 Abstract Exhibition for her painting “Play Red”. Kay states this about her art and her life in California, "As a native Californian I spent my childhood years playing in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains above Sunland Tujunga. Slowly, the majestic spaces I once called "Fort" or "Cave" were diminished by the demands of development - lost forever.
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Kay Pratt Announced as the Gallery's Featured Artist

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that Californian artist Kay Pratt is this month's featured artist.
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Kay Pratt Announced as the Gallery's New Featured Artist

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that Californian artist Kay Pratt is this month’s featured artist. Kay has participated in several of the gallery’s art exhibitions and she won the Second Annual 2011 Abstract Exhibition for her painting “Play Red”. Kay states this about her art and her life in California, "As a native Californian I spent my childhood years playing in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains above Sunland Tujunga. Slowly, the majestic spaces I once called "Fort" or "Cave" were diminished by the demands of development - lost forever.
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Prattfolio Spring 2008 "Waste Not Want Not Issue"

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Pratt serves as a model of ecological stewardship in many ways. Pratt’s new building at 536 Myrtle Avenue is expected to receive LEED-Gold certification. Our academic director of sustainability is making ecological literacy an integral part of the Pratt curriculum, and our Information Technology Division is using technology to reduce paper waste. Pratt’s annual Green Week offers an overview of the efforts that have already been made by the Pratt community to green the campus and their professions. The weeklong series of events—gallery exhibitions, competitions, talks, films, and hands-on activities—inspire students and faculty to achieve new levels of creativity in solving the problems that face us. Pratt will continue to encourage sustainable practice at every level of the Institute and by our students, faculty, staff, and community. That change is sure to radiate out as our students and professionals interact with the world around us.
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Digital publication details: 68 pages.

Prattfolio Fall/Winter 2012 "40 Under 40" Issue"

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This issue of Prattfolio highlights rising stars among Pratt’s alumni and faculty ranks. These young men and women, all under the age of 40, have already made a name for themselves through their impressive contributions to their professions and to society. They are shining examples of Charles Pratt’s motto: Be true to your work, and your work will be true to you!These alumni and faculty represent but a few of the many accomplished Pratt alumni whom we could easily have highlighted were it not for space constraints. Each of Pratt’s alumni and faculty members exemplifies the caliber of the Pratt community and has played a central role in making Pratt what it is today.
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Digital publication details: 60 pages.

Pratt FIne Arts Center 30TH Annual FIne Art Auction Catalog

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View all items that will be up for auction at Pratt's 30th Annual Fine Art Auction scheduled for May 5th at Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle, WA at Pier 66.
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Prattfolio Spring 2009 "Food Issue"

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From nourishment value to aesthetic concerns, Pratt faculty members challenge students to analyze the subject matter from new and interesting angles. On the design side, students attend courses that teach the aesthetics and functionality of tableware and restaurant design, the parallels between food preparation techniques and the industrial processes used to create products. In Pratt’s humanities and social sciences classes, students investigate the complex interplay among food, culture, and society. These explorations are very much in keeping with founder Charles Pratt’s vision to train students in the practical application of creativity and critical thinking. Pratt-trained fine artists have used their skills to examine that place where food intersects with our emotions, to comment on the relative value of food in our societies, and to make statements about the political realities wrought by food and lack of access to it.
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XX ASTA Little Nemo

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Catalogo d'asta con i 521 lotti battuti il 9 marzo 2013. Auction Catalog Questa versione del catalogo non è quella definitva, può contenere variazioni rispetto alla versione cartacea e a quelle pubblciate su littlenemo.it e liveauctioneers. Pdf is not final, might be different from the final version. For any further information visit our websites
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Prattfolio Fall 2008 "Art in Times of War Issue"

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As an art and design college established to prepare creative professionals to be responsible contributors to society, Pratt has supported students in their personal search to form a response and has encouraged them to take an active role based on their beliefs. For some students, this has meant serving in the military and using their artistic skills in that capacity. Other students throughout the years have marched, petitioned, written letters, and created works of art to urge government and their fellow citizens to reconsider war. In addition, many Pratt faculty members, staff, and alumni have used their creativity to question how best to serve humanity during times of conflict. In the pages that follow, a variety of Pratt community members examine war and peace activities—past and present—and share surprisingly personal perspectives and accounts.
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Prattfolio Spring/Summer 2010 "Global Perspectives Issue"

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Pratt has long been recognized globally for the excellence of its educational programs. Today, with more than 30,000 alumni worldwide, students from more than 60 countries, and a number of activities that address some of the most pressing global issues, Pratt has become a major international player in such diverse areas as healthcare, shipping, fashion, and filmmaking. From helping produce an HIV/AIDS testing device for use in remote parts of Sub-Saharan Africa to drawing on South Asian design motifs to create novel textiles, Pratt community members are influencing, and being influenced by, the world beyond our campus, our city, and our country. Pratt alumni around the world also play an important role in helping Pratt remain on the cutting edge of developments in the many disciplines and professional fields represented in our academic programs. In addition, Pratt alumni help to strengthen the growing Pratt network that has helped open doors for so many of our students and graduates.
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