Project H Documentary ‘If You Build It’

IF YOU BUILD IT follows designer-activists Emily Pilloton and Matthew Miller to rural Bertie County, the poorest in North Carolina, where they work with local high school students to help transform both their community and their lives. Living on credit

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Project H Documentary ‘If You Build It’

IF YOU BUILD IT follows designer-activists Emily Pilloton and Matthew Miller to rural Bertie County, the poorest in North Carolina, where they work with local high school students to help transform both their community and their lives. Living on credit

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Graham Coreil-Allen Visit

Graham Coreil-Allen Monday, March 10, 2014 12–1:00 PM PMC, Room 707 Graham Coreil-Allen is a Baltimore-based interventionist public artist who explores the constructs and contradictions of our everyday built environment through videos, maps, installations and walking tours. Situated within invisible

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Graham Coreil-Allen Visit

Graham Coreil-Allen Monday, March 10, 2014 12–1:00 PM PMC, Room 707 Graham Coreil-Allen is a Baltimore-based interventionist public artist who explores the constructs and contradictions of our everyday built environment through videos, maps, installations and walking tours. Situated within invisible

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Public Project Film Series

A Film Series A Human Scale  March 7th Project H: If You Build It  April 4th Design & Thinking  April 18th Fridays 6 PM Pratt W18th Studios 123 W 18th Street, Room 301 Public Project is hosting a film series

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Public Project Film Series

A Film Series A Human Scale  March 7th Project H: If You Build It  April 4th Design & Thinking  April 18th Fridays 6 PM Pratt W18th Studios 123 W 18th Street, Room 301 Public Project is hosting a film series

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Jason Eppink Visit

Jason Eppink Monday, February 24, 2014 12–1:00 PM Pratt Manhattan Center 144 W 14th Street, Room 707 jasoneppink.com Join us for a Lunchtime Talk with Jason’s Eppink—American curator, designer, and prankster. “Jason engages in public space magic, open source scheming,

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Jason Eppink Visit

Jason Eppink Monday, February 24, 2014 12–1:00 PM Pratt Manhattan Center 144 W 14th Street, Room 707 jasoneppink.com Join us for a Lunchtime Talk with Jason’s Eppink—American curator, designer, and prankster. “Jason engages in public space magic, open source scheming,

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Lunchtime Talks start with Eve Mosher

Eve Mosher Monday, February 10, 2014 12–1:00 PM PMC, Room 707 Public Project’s Lunchtime Talks begin with MFA Pratt Graduate Eve Mosher. Eve is an artist and interventionist living and working in New York City. Her works use investigations of

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Lunchtime Talks start with Eve Mosher

Eve Mosher Monday, February 10, 2014 12–1:00 PM PMC, Room 707 Public Project’s Lunchtime Talks begin with MFA Pratt Graduate Eve Mosher. Eve is an artist and interventionist living and working in New York City. Her works use investigations of

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PB&J Action

Join fellow students to feed & foster interaction with homeless NewYorkers on February 6th. Participants will gather at W18th studios at noon, jump in the PB&J assembly line, and then head out in groups of two to distribute. Supplies will be

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PB&J Action

Join fellow students to feed & foster interaction with homeless NewYorkers on February 6th. Participants will gather at W18th studios at noon, jump in the PB&J assembly line, and then head out in groups of two to distribute. Supplies will be

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‘Triggers’ projects featured on GOOD

Part of Pratt Institute’s GradComD MFA program involves students applying design-thinking methodologies to social issues. In a Transformation Design studio this past Fall, led by faculty members Andrew Shea and David Frisco, Pratt’s graduate students helped each other identify one habit they

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‘Triggers’ projects featured on GOOD

Part of Pratt Institute’s GradComD MFA program involves students applying design-thinking methodologies to social issues. In a Transformation Design studio this past Fall, led by faculty members Andrew Shea and David Frisco, Pratt’s graduate students helped each other identify one habit they

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Fall Studio Tumblr

To see projects from this Fall’s Design Advocacy studio course, Design for Mindful Interaction, check out the updated Tumblr. Work shown is a response to the following assignments: 7 Rules in 7 Weeks (self study): A poster sequence constructing &

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Fall Studio Tumblr

To see projects from this Fall’s Design Advocacy studio course, Design for Mindful Interaction, check out the updated Tumblr. Work shown is a response to the following assignments: 7 Rules in 7 Weeks (self study): A poster sequence constructing &

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Design Advocacy Spring Offering

As designers, we shape environments which, in turn, shape us. Many of our individual and collective behaviors are reactions to the places where we spend time. Students will engage members of a specific environment—the neighborhood of Red Hook—in order to discover how design and creative placemaking can make Red

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Design Advocacy Spring Offering

As designers, we shape environments which, in turn, shape us. Many of our individual and collective behaviors are reactions to the places where we spend time. Students will engage members of a specific environment—the neighborhood of Red Hook—in order to discover how design and creative placemaking can make Red

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Public Project hosts Open IDEO

There was a great turnout to the first NY chapter OpenIDEO meeting hosted by Public Project as we considered factors that have supported, and hindered, creativity in our lives yesterday and today. Pratt students and professionals got together for a two-hour design

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Public Project hosts Open IDEO

There was a great turnout to the first NY chapter OpenIDEO meeting hosted by Public Project as we considered factors that have supported, and hindered, creativity in our lives yesterday and today. Pratt students and professionals got together for a two-hour design

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