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Exhibit Information

 

Exhibiting Artists

Hang Together is the collective work of Pratt students, alumni, faculty, and their collaborators.

Taimur Cleary, MFA 2009

Peggy Cyphers, MFA 1979; Faculty

Hayyim Danzig, MID 2010

Jedidiah Dore, BA 2002

Carla Gannis, Faculty

Elliot Gerard, MS 2008

Antonin Hewitt, BARCH 1996 & Gretel Schwartzott, MID 2002

Raul Hott, MFA 2013

Savannah E. Jankosky, BFA 2018

Kai Lin, BID 2015

Michael Levin, MFA 2015 & Hiba Schahbaz, MFA 2012

Hannah Mishin, BFA 2005

Mobile Print Power

Jaye Moon, MFA 1994

Ryan Oskin, BFA 2012

PrattSIDE

Mary Rieser Heintjes, BFA 1979; AOS 2012

Erwin Roemer, III, AOS 2012

Alvaro Uribe, BID 2010

 

Exhibit Announcement

HANG TOGETHER

Collaborative Work & Practices

Presented by the Center for Career & Professional Development

February 2nd through March 30th, 2015

Pratt Institute Libraries

200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn NY

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About Hang Together

In today’s connected environments, teamwork, collaboration and camaraderie are critical to the successful completion of dynamic and complex projects. This exhibition invites the viewer to explore the persuasive power of collaborative art and design principles. Many of the works in this exhibition capture the processes andstages of collaboration, demonstrating the story of social and technological changes that have transformed our daily workflow, project conceptualization, and execution processes.

(source: hang-together)

 

Exhibition Location

Pratt Institute - Brooklyn Campus Library

200 Willoughby Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 636-3684

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