I am a freshman foundation student; most students are required to take the same foundation classes except if you're an architecture, photo or fashion major. Although that might sound boring and unnecessary, it really is. I've learnt more about art than I could imagine in one semester. Drawing class is really a stress for me because I'm not much of a technical drawer; however, I've improved immensely. Drawing skills are one of the most important skills necessary even if you are going into the digital world; most work start from actual hand-drawn work. Also, LCD or light, colour, and design...
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Pratt Institute is an extraordinary place for the best creative minds in the country. Everyone has the ability to find their niche here. Most importantly when school is over they are prepared to enter the world as the next generation of great artists, thinkers, and innovators.» Read More
This school is artsy, small, and intense. Architecture School works you hard, but you get a lot out of it. The school is located in Brooklyn, far enough to concentrate on school, close enough to the best city in the world.» Read More
Pratt Institute gives you the tools you need to become the artist you never imagined you'd be. That being said, it's a school where it's up to you whether or not if it's worth it. Pratt gives you the necessities and puts you on the right course.» Read More
Pratt is an oasis in the city for artistic people looking to develop and expand their skills. Prestigious and rigorous, this school is not for everybody, but it is a guaranteed that if you can get through four years here, you will be able to find your place in the industry.» Read More