We are currently accepting applications for Pratt in Venice 2018!

Dates to Remember – 2018

Applications for Pratt in Venice 2018 are due by February 12, 2018. Late applications will be considered if there is remaining space in the program, but will not be considered for scholarship or assistantships. Students who have been accepted and plan to attend must pay a $500 deposit by March 12, 2018. All remaining costs must be paid by April 11, 2018. 

Please download an application or complete the online application and submit additional supporting materials to the Pratt in Venice office in person or via e-mail to venice@pratt.edu.

Name *
Name
If you are not a Pratt student, please fill in this entry with your social security number
Phone *
Phone
Date of Birth *
Date of Birth
Address *
Address
4.0, 3.53, etc.
Passport Expiration Date
Passport Expiration Date
ex. Paris, France
Do you need to obtain a visa to travel to Italy?
List significant awards received or any other points of interest.
500 word statement explaining your background in studio art, Art History, and interest in attending the program
Have you submitted additional materials for your application (ex. written statement, images, etc.)? Please include (via a separate e-mail to venice@pratt.edu): 1. Five JPEGs of your artwork and/or Art History writing sample 2. If you are a Freshman applicant, you are required to submit two letters or recommendation from recent professors
Pratt in Venice offers both scholarships and assistantships. Scholarships are awarded based on 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 art history assistant.
Expand upon your personal statement here, approximately 250 words, explaining why you qualify for and are interested in receiving scholarship aid and/or an assistantship.
Please include (via a separate e-mail to venice@pratt.edu): 1. Five additional images for a total of 10 images (Art History students need only a writing sample) 2. Include your qualifications, especially experience in painting or printmaking (if interested in a studio assistantship) 3. Two letters of recommendation 4. A copy of your unofficial transcript