Faculty Research, Work, Publications
Pratt in Venice Professor Joseph Kopta (PiV '07) delivered a paper, “Middle Byzantine Manuscript Pigments: An Alchemical Reading” at Byzantine Materiality, a conference of the Sacred Arts Initiative at St. Vladimir’s Seminary in Yonkers, New York.
Pratt in Venice director Diana Gisolfi recently participated in the Giornate di Studio per 500 anni dalla nascita di Tintoretto.
Pratt in Venice professor of painting, Chris Wright, held a solo show of recent work at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in the Gateway National Recreation Area of the National Park Service.
Pratt in Venice Professor Joseph Kopta will co-chair the double session, “Venice, Materiality, and the Byzantine World” at the 53rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 10–13, 2018, at the Medieval Institute of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Pratt in Venice Professor, Mario Naves, will exhibit new works-on-paper made while teaching for the Pratt In Venice 2017 program.
Mario Naves, Pratt in Venice professor of Painting, is exhibiting work in the President's Office Gallery on Pratt Institute's Brooklyn Campus.
Pratt in Venice Director Diana Gisolfi's new book, Paolo Veronese and the Practice of Painting in Late Renaissance Venice, has been published by Yale University Press.
The Pratt community mourns the loss of former Fine Arts professor Clare Romano-Ross, who passed away on January 25, 2017 at the age of 94.
Greg Drasler, Pratt in Venice Painting Professor ('08, '09, '15), is currently exhibiting new paintings in a one-man show at Betty Cuningham Gallery in New York. The exhibition, "Greg Drasler: Road Trip," is on view from June 15 – August 5, 2016.
Professor Gisolfi adds her book to the Pratt in Venice library, June 2017