Pratt in Venice 2020 (June 10 - July 22)

Dates to Remember – 2020

Applications for Pratt in Venice 2020 are due by February 7, 2020. Late applications will be considered if there is remaining space in the program, but will not be considered for scholarships or assistantships. Students who have been accepted and plan to attend must pay a $500 deposit by March 16, 2020. All remaining costs must be paid by April 20, 2020. 

January 2020 – Application period opens
February 7 – Initial application due
February 7 – Scholarship application due
March 1 – Admissions decisions sent to students
March 16 – $500 deposit due for accepted students
April 20 – Balance due
June 10 – Arrival date
June 10-11 – Program orientation
July 18-19 – Feast of the Redeemer
July 22 – Program concludes; check out

Please submit your application via the online application and submit additional supporting materials to the Pratt in Venice office in person or via e-mail to

Pratt in Venice 2020 Application

Name *
Phone *
Address *
Date of Birth *
Date of Birth
ex. Freshman; 2nd year MFA
ex. BFA Communication Design - Illustration Emphasis; MFA Painting and Drawing
ex. History of Art and Design
ex. 3.52; 2.0
ex. Prof. Gisolfi; Study Abroad office; Fine Arts faculty member; faculty advisor, friend, social media, etc.
ex. Tokyo, Japan; Miami, USA; Istanbul Turkey
500 words explaining your background in studio art, art history, personal/professional goals, and interest in attending the program.
Please list any significant awards received or any other points of interest you would like the admissions committee to consider (ex. Pratt Merit Scholarship; president of Pratt Painting Club; member of varsity basketball team).
REQUIREMENTS: 1. Five JPEG portfolio images and/or Art History writing sample (submit via e-mail to 2. If you are a Freshman applicant, you are required to submit two letters of recommendation from recent professors (request for them to be sent to
Pratt in Venice offers both scholarships and assistantships. Scholarship are awarded based on perceived merit and come from the Pratt in Venice Scholarship Fund to allay part of the cost of the program. Assistantships are paid positions. Available positions include painting studio assistant, printmaking studio assistant, and two art history assistantships. REQUIREMENTS: 1. Five additional JPEGs for a total of ten. Art History students need only submit a writing sample (submit via e-mail to 2. Scholarship / Assistantship Application Statement of Purpose (500 words) -- If interested in assistantship, include your qualifications, especially experience in painting or printmaking if applying for studio assistantship 3. Two letters of recommendation (submit via e-mail to 4. A copy of your unofficial transcript(s) (submit via e-mail to
I am interested in:
Additional Scholarship / Assistantship Application Materials