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25Feb 2010

Media Space Faculty Roundtable, 03-01, 6-8 PM


Media Space in the Seminar and Studio

Pratt Academic Senate: Academic Initiatives Committee

A Faculty Roundtable Discussion    

Monday, March 1, 2010
6:00-8:00 PM
Alumni Reading Room

Refreshments and light food will be served

The aim of the roundtable discussion is to address the shifting role of
media in both the academic course and the studio for an engaged, critical
studio practice and rigorous, robust academic education. Each faculty
presenter will introduce their practice and pedagogy from the perspective
of their respective disciplines and display examples of student projects.

In a continually changing world of new media, scholars, theorists, artists
and designers in a variety of fields have come to see the ways in which
media transforms and dissolves boundaries among disciplines and creates
new forms of knowledge and creative practice. Through the exploitation of
media, students can acquire a language by which the media both sets up and
puts into effect complex sets of relationships that remain to be more
fully actualized. The tools of traditional representation that are
relevant to art and design practices have been excited and challenged by
the proliferation of new media space.

Faculty Presenters:

Curtis Mitchell, Visiting Assistant Professor, Fine Arts

Karen Tehve, Assistant Chair, Interior Design

Chris Vitale, Assistant Professor, Humanities and Media Studies

Shundana Yusaf, Visiting Assistant Professor, Architecture

Moderator: Jeffrey Hogrefe, Adj. Associate Professor, Architecture,
Humanities and

Media Studies; Coordinator: Double Operative Language/Making

Academic Initiatives Committee

Whereas the Pratt Academic Senate is a governing body of elected faculty
representatives from each of the five schools, which provides the
administration of Pratt Institute with critical direction in the
development and implementation of new curricular initiatives, and whereas
the Academic Initiatives Committee was established to engage in the
exploration of academic ideas, examine their desirability and their
institutional impact, so as to ensure the academic integrity of newly
approved initiatives, and, whereas, moreover, there is a tendency towards
interdisciplinary research in art and design which provides new critical
practices for artists, designers and architects, theorists, writers and
information professionals to emerge from intertwining and interlinking of
versatile approaches and techniques of knowledge production,

We resolve to reestablish the Academic Initiatives Committee as a forum
for faculty discussions on the development of new curriculum that supports
interdisciplinary study and practice.

Academic Senate Resolution March 31, 2009


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24Feb 2010

A Call for Cooks!


The Pratt International Food Fair is one of the most popular
events for the last 37 years! We need your help to continue this long
lasting tradition. Please think of your favorite national dish and
represent your country on

Saturday March 27.

Write to mom, write to dad, write to grandma for that yummy favorite
recipe. Get your friends involved and have fun shopping, chopping,
cooking, and eating at the 37th Annual International Food Fair on March
27, 2010.

We give you the money **$75** for the ingredients.
Don’t have time to cook? Don’t know how to cook? Then use the money to
order from a restaurant and represent your country that way.

If you are interested, please send an email to Mia Schleifer,
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Mia will send you a sign-up form and give you all the details.

Please inform Mia by this Friday, February 26, 2010.


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24Feb 2010

‘Envelopes’ public talk and architecture exhibition reception at Pratt Manhattan Gallery


“Envelopes” 
March 5-May 5, 2010
Pratt Manhattan Gallery
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.


Wednesday, March 3, 6 pm
Free gallery tour and preview with an informal discussion led by
guest-curator Christopher Hight. Many of the participants will be on hand
to answer questions.

Thursday, March 4, 6-8pm  
Opening reception

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Pratt Manhattan Gallery will present “Envelopes,” an exhibition that will
explore new and sustainable potentials of the architectural surface in
terms of the skin of a building and also as a sensorial space that
envelops the body. “Envelopes” will feature full-scale, interactive models
accompanied by architectural renderings in the form of drawings and
computer animations, and documentation of the process of investigation
into these models from eight international firms and designers. The
exhibition will run from March 5 through May 5, 2010 and will be
celebrated with an opening reception on Thursday, March 4 from 6-8 PM. The
exhibition and opening reception are free and open to the public.

“Envelopes” is guest curated by Christopher Hight, an associate professor
at Rice University’s School of Architecture. Hight’s inspiration for the
exhibition title and concept originated from parallels between the
envelope of a building and the envelope of human skin; the building
envelope repeats the metaphor of the building as a body and as a
prosthetic second skin that allows human beings to exist within a hostile
environment. Inspired by early 20th century biologist Jacob von Uexkull
and his interest in how living beings relate to and perceive their
environment, the title of the show refers to the role of the building
envelope and the idea of envelopment of one’s body and senses within a
larger environment. “Issues of sustainability and ecology raise many
conceptual and design issues about the nature of the boundary between
body, building, and larger environments,” said Hight. “The architects in
‘Envelopes’ are all exploring relationships between systems-human, animal,
plant, and energy flow-as a site for architectural innovation in the 21st
century,” he added.

Hight pursues design research on the nexus of landscape, ecology, and
emerging forms of urbanization. He is co-editor of AD: Collective
Intelligence in Design (Academy Press, 2006), Heterogeneous Space (Wiley,
2009), and has recently published a book on cybernetics, post-humanism,
formalism, and post-World War II architectural design, titled
Architectural Principles in the Age of Cybernetics (Routledge, 2008).

Participating architects and architecture firms include:
!ndie Architecture, a Denver-based firm that engages in a range of
architectural and urban
questions through research projects and practice, with a specialization in
digital and industrial
technology, housing, and suburbanism
HouMinn Practice, a Houston and Minneapolis-based firm recognized for its
research and
innovative design whose collaborative efforts reach beyond the discipline
of architecture
Mary Ellen Carroll-MEC design studios, a New York-based conceptual artist,
with Kevin
Topek of Permaculture Design, LLC; and Carlise Vandervoort
Michael U. Hensel and Defne Sungurolu Hensel are research directors and
board members at OCEAN Design Research, an international,
interdisciplinary, and independent research firm that conducts research by
design in the intersection of architecture, design, music, and science
with the goal of improving the current built environment and
anthropobiosphere
Nataly Gattegno and Jason Kelly Johnson are founding design partners of
Future Cities Lab,an interdisciplinary design and research collaborative
bridging architecture and landscape
urbanism with material sciences, robotics, and engineering
Philippe Rahm, an architect who practices out of Paris and Lausanne and
focuses on
“meterological” architecture
Tobias Emilsson, Jonah Fritzell, Marcelyn Gow, Ulrika Karlsson, and Chris
Perry of servo, an international research and design collaborative that
focuses on the development of
architectural environments through the proliferation of electronic and
digital equipment and
interfaces
Weathers, a Chicago-based environmental design office that studies social,
spatial, and
organizational structures and their implications to lifestyle and
environment.

“Envelopes” is made possible by an award from the National Endowment for
the Arts and with public funds from the New York State Council on the
Arts, a state agency; and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in
the United States.

For more information, please call 212-647-7778 or email
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). More information on this and all gallery exhibitions
and events is available at http://www.pratt.edu/exhibitions. Add Pratt Manhattan
Gallery on Facebook by searching “Pratt Manhattan Gallery” and follow
Pratt Exhibitions on Twitter at “PrattGallery.”


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23Feb 2010

Pratt Joins NYC’S College Challenge


The Community Engagement Board (C-Board) is coordinating Pratt’s
efforts in NYC’s College Challenge. The initiative seeks to mobilize
students, faculty, and staff to participate in both structured and
self-directed volunteerism.

Parts of these efforts include keeping track of the amount of service hours
that students, faculty, and staff members complete this semester.

Members of the Pratt community can go to
http://www.nycservice.org/college_challenge.php to log in any service hours
completed hours since January 1, 2010. Please visit the website and go to
the “College Challenge” section to submit hours.

Rules:

-  General Service Projects (1 hour of service by 1 person = 1 point)
    o Students volunteering at any service project throughout the five
      boroughs via a 5013 nonprofit or city agency
    o Students may include time spent volunteering through service
projects
      coordinated by campus service offices or on-campus clubs

-  NYC Service Impact Service Projects (1 hour of service by 1 person = 2
points)
    o Students who choose to volunteer with any of the Impact Service
Projects
      (ISPs) outlined in the NYC Service Report (ISP list available on
        http://www.nyc.com/service)

-  Examples of activities that count for points:
    o   Activities such as walking a dog for an animal shelter, tutoring
an
        elementary school student, spending time with a senior citizen,
        planting a tree through MillionTreesNYC, mentoring a middle
school
        student, etc.

-  Examples of activities that do NOT count for points:
    o Tutoring a student’s young sibling, carrying a neighbor’s
groceries,
      picking up litter on your block. While these are great things to
do, it
      is difficult to verify these activities since they are of an
independent
      nature.

-  Even if you volunteer in a group, each individual who participated in
the
  project must have their hours logged-in their hours separately (Student
  Activities can help register individual students and large groups -
please
  contact us for more details).


Questions? Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


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22Feb 2010

Rescheduled reception: Michelle HineBrook and Lisha Bai in the Dean’s Gallery


Dear Colleagues,

The Art and Design Dean’s Gallery is pleased to announce the rescheduled
reception for the latest show, Michelle Hinebrook and Lisha Bai, on Tuesday
February 23rd,  from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.  The Dean’s Gallery is located on
the 4th floor of Main Building on Pratt’s Brooklyn Campus.

Michelle Hinebrook is the Assistant Chairperson of Graduate Communications
design.  She received her MFA in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art,
Bloomfield Hills, MI and her BFA from the College for Creative Studies,
Detroit, MI.  Hinebrook’s paintings have been featured in over thirty group
exhibitions, several solo shows and is included several public and
corporate collections. Lisha Bai teaches Printmaking and Internship at
Pratt.  She earned her MFA from Yale University and her Bachelor’s degree
from Washington University.

The mission of the Dean’s gallery is to showcase a talented but often
underappreciated sector of the Pratt community, the many emerging artists
who make up our faculty and staff.  Monthly exhibitions will feature groups
of artists selected on the basis of compatibility, conversation, or tension
between their works.  The work will not always be aesthetically or
conceptually similar.  It may not even be from similar genres.  As a
primary goal is to illustrate interactions across the visual arts, it is my
hope that exhibitions will include works by painters and sculptors, but
also illustrators and graphic designers.

Submissions are open to all members of Pratt’s faculty and staff who fall
into the category of Emerging Artist and those who might not ordinarily
have opportunities to exhibit their work in a gallery setting.  There are
many artist faculty members who enjoy quite a bit of success and notoriety.
The Dean’s gallery hopes to present the work of those artists whose work
has not yet had as much exposure.

Michelle Hinebrook and Lisha Bai will be on view February 1st through
26th.  Upcoming shows in the Dean’s Gallery will be former Dean Frank Lind
(March 1st through 26th);  Digital Arts MFA candidates Jeyoung Lee (March
29th through April 2nd), Harim Song (April 5th through 9th), and Jung Yuen
Shin (April 12th through 16th),  and recent Graduates of the Pratt’s
Associates Degree program (April 26th Through May 7th).

For more information, or to submit work for consideration, please email
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or come see me in Main building room 432.

—Greg Singer, Curator of the Dean’s Gallery


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19Feb 2010

Career Workshops for Fine Artists: Co-authors of Art/Work: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As Y


Heather Darcy Bhandari and Jonathan Melber

Presenting two topics for fine artists:   

Getting Your Work Out There and Who Loves Paperwork?
Tuesday, March 2nd,  2010
12:30pm
Career Services, East One
*Pizza will be served*

Heather Darcy Bhandari is the director of artist relations at Mixed Greens
Gallery as well as a board member of NURTUREart.  Bhandari teaches
professional development at the School of Visual Arts and is a member of
the College of Art Association and ArtTable.

Jonathan Melber is the director of business development at Jen Bekman
Projects, which runs 20x200.com and the Hey, Hot Shot! photography
competition, and is a board member of NURTUREart. As a lawyer, Jonathan has
worked with artists, galleries, collectors and provided pro bono counsel to
artists for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. He writes about art and law for
the Huffington Post, and teaches a class on art law at the School of Visual
Arts.

They are Co-authors of Art/Work: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As
You Pursue Your Art Career, the most comprehensive guide of its kind,
ART/WORK gives artists of every level the tools they need to make it in an
art world so competitive one dealer likens it to “the Sopranos, except
nobody gets killed.” Whether you’re an art school grad looking for a
gallery, a mid-career artist managing a busy studio, or someone just
thinking about becoming a professional artist, this indispensable resource
will help you build your career and protect yourself along the way.
http://artworkbook.net/


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18Feb 2010

Mapping as a Critical Practice in the Seminar and Studio


Pratt Academic Senate: Academic Initiatives Committee

A Faculty Roundtable Discussion

February 22, 2010
6:00-8:00 PM
Alumni Reading Room

Refreshments and light food will be served

Mapping as a critical practice is the topic of this roundtable discussion. Through mapping, students come to acquire a language by which the mapping process both sets up and puts into effect complex sets of relationships that remain to be more fully actualized. The tools of traditional cartography that are employed to represent landscapes are relevant to art and design practices. Parallels can be drawn between the process of writing, which plays with and structures ideas; and the process of making, which also plays with and structure ideas.

Regardless of whether words or materials are in question, there are shared phenomena that speak to the logics of representation and the processes of mediation, which apply equally to writing and making. Art and design education can be more effective by approaching the nature of design itself through parallels learned by analogy from other media. Mapping enables the analogue to become more potent than a simple metaphoric relationship between parallel modes of representation. Students respond with greater attention to academic instruction when it directly correlates to their studio projects; studio projects are more fully realized and socially responsible when there is a direct link to larger ideas that are continually being refined in academics. The play between ideas and projects can become more flexible when a mapping process has been established in the studio and seminar.

The aim of the roundtable discussion is to address the role of mapping as an essential practice in both the academic course and the studio for an engaged, critical studio practice and rigorous, robust academic education. Each faculty presenter will introduce their practice and pedagogy from the perspective of their respective disciplines and display examples of student projects.

Faculty Presenters

Jeffrey Hogrefe, Adjunct Associate Professor, Architecture, Humanities and Media Studies, Coordinator: The Architecture Writing Program: Language/Making

Peter Nekola, Adjunct Instructor, History

Sheila Pepe, Assistant Chair, Fine Art

Filip Tejchman, Visiting Assistant Professor, Architecture

David Walczyk, Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science

Moderator: Laena McCarthy, Assistant Professor, Library


Academic Initiatives Committee

Whereas the Pratt Academic Senate is a governing body of elected faculty representatives from each of the five schools, which provides the administration of Pratt Institute with critical direction in the development and implementation of new curricular initiatives, and whereas the Academic Initiatives Committee was established to engage in the exploration of academic ideas, examine their desirability and their institutional impact, so as to ensure the academic integrity of newly approved initiatives, and, whereas, moreover, there is a tendency towards interdisciplinary research in art and design which provides new critical practices for artists, designers and architects, theorists, writers and information professionals to emerge from intertwining and interlinking of versatile approaches and techniques of knowledge production, we resolve to reestablish the Academic Initiatives Committee as a forum for faculty discussions on the development of new curriculum that supports interdisciplinary study and practice.

Academic Senate Resolution March 31, 2009



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18Feb 2010

Author Dennis DiClaudio to speak February 19 as part of Pratt’s Writer’s Forum


Author Dennis DiClaudio will read excerpts of his work and answer questions as part of Pratt’s Writer’s Forum at 12:00 p.m., Friday, February 19, in the Engineering Building, Room 371, on Pratt’s Brooklyn Campus. This event is free and open to the public.

DiClaudio is the author of four nonfiction humor books including The Hypochondriac’s Pocket Guide to Horrible Diseases You Probably Already Have (Bloomsbury USA, 2006) and Man vs. Weather: Be Your Own Weatherman (Penguin, 2008).

His short fiction, poetry, one-acts and humor pieces have appeared in a number of journals including Exquisite Corpse, Pindeldyboz, Post Road, and Yankee Pot Roast, and have been anthologized by McSweeney’s. He currently serves as news editor of Comedy Central’s Indecision blog.

The Writer’s Forum is curated by co-directors Nelly Reifler and Gina Zucker, and is sponsored by the Pratt Writing Program. For more information on Pratt’s Writer’s Forum and to view a complete list of this semester’s speakers, visit http://mysite.pratt.edu/~fforum/.


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17Feb 2010

Student Affairs Events


The February Student Affairs Newsletter is now available. There
are Student Activities,International Affairs and Career Services events
listed. Please go to:
http://www.pratt.edu/calendar/view/student_affairs_newsletter/ to learn
about what is happening on campus, for the rest of February.


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16Feb 2010

Library’s DVD borrowing period extended


Multi-Media Services has extended the loan period for circulating
videos!
Students may now check out up to 2 DVDs and/or VHS tapes for 3 days.
Faculty may check out DVDs and VHS tapes for one calendar week.

Please stop by the Pratt Library on the Brooklyn Campus (lower level) to
borrow items.
A valid Pratt ID is required to borrow.

Multi-Media Services also has 4 viewing stations for in-house viewing.

To browse the collection on-line:
http://cat.pratt.edu/search~S0/X?SEARCH=(*)&SORT=AX&b=psbkl
Multi-Media Services on the Library Website:
http://library.pratt.edu/services/multi-media_services/
Multi-Media Services on the Pratt Website:
http://www.pratt.edu/academics/academic_resources/academic_library/multimedia/

Inquiries about the collection may be emailed to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


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12Feb 2010

Funeral Service Planned for Industrial Design Alumnus and Professor Leonard Lenny Bacich


A funeral service is planned for Thursday, February 18 from 7-9
p.m. at Morisco Funeral Home in Astoria, Queens for Leonard “Lenny”
Bacich, a longtime professor of industrial design who died on Wednesday,
February 3 at age 67. The service is planned by the family and is open to
the Pratt community, however the industrial design department also is
planning a memorial for a later date.

Those wishing to make contributions to Pratt in Bacich’s name can send
them to the attention of Lenora Hallums in North Hall 219 and designate
them for Pratt’s Rowena Reed Kostellow (RRK) Fund. For more information on
the RRK Fund, please call 718.399.4296.

Counselors are available in the Health and Counseling Office to speak with
any community members who are in need of support. Information about the
hours and location of these services can be found at

http://www.pratt.edu/student_life/student_services/health_counseling


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11Feb 2010

Industrial Design Alumnus and Assistant Chair Rick Goodwin


Pratt Institute mourns the loss of Richard “Rick” Goodwin, assistant chair of industrial design at Pratt Institute, who died on Wednesday, February 10 at the age of 58 after a long illness.

Goodwin was a member of the industrial design faculty since 1999 and had served as assistant chair of the department since 2005. He taught toy design, sophomore and junior studio, and thesis courses in the department. In addition to serving as assistant chair he was coordinator of graduate admissions for the department, which was recently named one of the highest ranked industrial design programs in the country according to monthly architecture and design journal DesignIntelligence. Goodwin also was president of OgoSport LLC, a company that creates and manufactures active play products for children and adults.

He graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Madison with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts in sculpture and theater in 1976 and graduated from Pratt with a master’s degree in industrial design in 1997.

The Goodwin family is arranging a private funeral service. Pratt will hold a memorial to honor Goodwin at a later date. Those interested in sending condolences to Goodwin’s family may send them to Susanne Vindekilde, Emily Goodwin, and Hannah Goodwin at 298 Waverly Avenue in Brooklyn.

Counselors are available in the Health and Counseling Office to speak with any community members who are in need of support. Information about the hours and location of these services can be found at http://www.pratt.edu/student_life/student_services/health_counseling.


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11Feb 2010

Lecture by Jackie Battenfield, artist/author of ‘The Artist’s Guide’ on 2/23 at 4 PM


HADSA (History of Art and Design Student Association) cordially
invites you to a lecture by the artist and author Jackie Battenfield in
Main Building Room 230 on the Pratt Brooklyn Campus on Tuesday, February
23rd at 4:00 PM.  A Q&A session and reception will follow.

Jackie Battenfield is author of The Artist’s Guide: How to Make a Living
Doing What You Love.  Her website, http://www.artistcareerguide.com, describes the
book as “a comprehensive handbook that provides the information, tools, and
techniques, for developing and sustaining a successful art career. It
provides answers to the challenges artists face everyday and includes  
real-life examples, illustrations, step-by-step exercises, and bulleted  
lists that allow readers to dive in and begin working immediately.”

Her perspective is relevant to all students at Pratt interested in
developing a professional artistic life.  Please join HADSA on Tuesday
February 23rd!

For more information about Jackie Battenfield:
http://www.artistcareerguide.com/
http://www.jackiebattenfield.com/

Location: Pratt Brooklyn Campus, MAIN 230, 200 Willoughby Ave
Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Time: 4 PM with Q&A and reception afterward

Please e-mail HADSA if you have any questions:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


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10Feb 2010

Weather Notification


Due to the expected snow storm:
All classes are cancelled for Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010.
Additionally, all administrative Offices will be closed except for
essential personnel.

Refer to

http://www.pratt.edu/uploads/Weather_and_Emergency_Notifications_02-24-09.pdf

for details.

Thomas Greene
Director of Human Resources
Pratt Institute
200 Willoughby Avenue    
Brooklyn, NY 11205
t:  (718) 636-3787
f:  (718) 636-3632


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09Feb 2010

Memorial Service Planned for Industrial Design Alumnus and Professor Leonard Lenny Bacich


A memorial service is planned for Thursday, February 18 from 7-9
p.m. at Morisco Funeral Home in Astoria, Queens for Leonard “Lenny” Bacich,
a longtime professor of industrial design who died on Wednesday, February 3
at age 67. Lenny was popular among generations of students he taught in 3-D
design courses and graduated from the Institute with a bachelor’s degree in
industrial design in 1963 and a master’s degree in industrial design in
1971. He was also a former faculty trustee.

Those wishing to make contributions in Bacich’s name can send them to the
attention of Lenora Hallums in North Hall 219 and designate them for
Pratt’s Rowena Reed Kostellow (RRK) Fund. For more information on the RRK
Fund, please call 718.399.4296.

Counselors are available in the Health and Counseling Office to speak with
any community members who are in need of support. Information about the
hours and location of these services can be found at

http://www.pratt.edu/student_life/student_services/health_counseling.


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