Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA

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@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-10-07

Stop by tonight for the opening of the Fine Arts Alumni Exhibition at Pratt!

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-08-21

Join HADSA and the History of Art & Design at Pratt Institute s faculty in welcoming the new graduate class over lunch this orientation week. Food, beverages, faculty, and new students! Any and all current History of Art and Design Students are welcome!

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-04-05

The final lecture in the 2016-17 History of Art & Design Lecture Series, in collaboration with the History of Art & Design Student Association (HADSA) is approaching. On Thursday, April 20, at 6:30 we will preset Time Is Art Histoth Keith Moxey of Columbia and Barnard Universities. Professor Moxey is a major scholar of Northern European Renaissance and global contemporary art, and the author of many publications including: Visual Time: The Image in History (2013); The Practice of Persuasion: Paradox and Power in Art History (2001) and The Practice of Theory: Poststructuralism, Cultural Politics, and Art History (1994). Previous HAD + HADSA Lecture Series speakers have included Hal Foster, Martha Rosler & Martha Wilson, Claire Bishop, and Gwendolyn Dubois-Shaw. The event will take place in Main Hall, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions or need accommodations please don t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] Feel free to bring friends, and to spread the word.

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-04-05

Greetings! The final lecture in the 2016-17 History of Art & Design Lecture Series, in collaboration with the History of Art & Design Student Association (HADSA) is approaching. I would love to see you all there! On Thursday, April 20, at 6:30 in Main 212 we will hot Time Is Art Histoth Keith Moxey of Columbia and Barnard. Professor Moxey is a major scholar of Northern European Renaissance and global contemporary art, and the author of many publications including Visual Time: The Image in History (2013); The Practice of Persuasion: Paradox and Power in Art History (2001) and The Practice of Theory: Poststructuralism, Cultural Politics, and Art History (1994). We hope to see you there. If you have any questions or need accommodations please don t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] Feel free to bring friends, and to spread the word!

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-03-22

Please join us on the morning of April 20th in attending Art21 s film premiere followed by a conversation with curator Mia Locks and artist Raúl de Nieves of the Whitney Biennial! The event is at The Kitchen, from 10-11:30am. RSVP here:

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-02-09

~Hello All~ Just a reminder that our first meeting of 2017 will be held tomorrow! Friday, February 10, from 6:30-7:30 pm in the grad lounge in East Hall. Join us to check in, catch up, and share ideas! Questions? Feel free to email at [email protected] Warmly, HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-02-04

Hello All, Our first meeting of 2017 will be held this Friday, February 10, from 6:30-7:30 pm in the grad lounge. Join us to check in, catch up, and share ideas! Questions? Feel free to email at [email protected] Warmly, HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2017-02-04

Interested in studying abroad in Venice? Come to the History of Art & Design Department s first informational meeting on the Pratt in Venice program this Tuesday afternoon!

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-10-03

Hey folks, Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw speaks at Pratt this Wednesday night! Doors at 6 pm, lecture begins at 6:30. Free and open to the public, so please invite your friends and colleagues to join. We look forward to seeing you! Event is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1030872083697896/1035681269883644/?notif_t=admin_plan_mall_activity¬if_id=1475454346746839 -HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-09-27

Join us on October 5th as Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw presents the second History of Art & Design lecture this fall, bringing the Fall 2016 Lecture Series to a close.rew Wyeth’s Black Paintill focus on the intersections of race, class, and sexuality within American Art. Gwendolyn DuBois Shaw is an associate professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to independent curating, her areas of instruction and research include issues in Women and Gender Studies, Cinema Studies, and Africana Studies. Through lectures and artists’ dialogues, the History of Art and Design Lecture Series, sponsored by the History of Art and Design Student Association (HADSA) in conjunction with Pratt Institute’s History of Art and Design Department, presents to the Pratt community cutting edge thought and research in the field of art history. Beginning in Spring 2016, the series hosts presentations each semester by world renowned artists and art historians who have had an impact on contemporary artistic practice. WHEN: Wednesday October 5th, 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. WHERE: Higgins Hall Auditorium, 61 St. James Place, Brooklyn, NY. ADMISSION: All lectures are free and open to the public.

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-09-20

Reminder! Claire Bishop speaks at Pratt tomorrow evening at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. The lecture is free and open to the general public, so bring anybody you wish. We look forward to seeing you at Higgins Hall! 61 St. James Pl. Brooklyn NY 11238 -HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-09-07

Join us as we begin the Fall 2016 History of Art & Design Lecture Series with Claire Bishop! Through lectures and artists’ dialogues, the History of Art and Design Lecture Series, sponsored by the History of Art and Design Student Association (HADSA) in conjunction with Pratt Institute’s History of Art and Design Department, presents to the Pratt community cutting edge thought and research in the field of art history. Beginning in Spring 2016, the series hosts presentations each semester by world renowned artists and art historians who have had an impact on contemporary artistic practice. Claire Bishop will present the first lecture of the Fall 2016 season, “Black Box, White Cube: Fifty Shades of Grey.” A critical analysis of live performance in the museum, Bishop moves beyond the economic critiques of performance and addresses its relationship to technology, temporality, and the public. Bishop is Professor of Contemporary Art at the CUNY Graduate Center, author of Artificial Hells (2012), and a regular contributor to Artforum. WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. WHERE: Higgins Hall Auditorium, 61 St. James Place, Brooklyn, NY. ADMISSION: All lectures are free and open to the public.

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-09-06

A huge THANK YOU to Pratt Artists League, our wonderful MFA artists, everyone who worked with us, supported us, and celebrated at our opening reception of WHAT ABOUT NOW? Two weeks flew by, but we enjoyed every minute. Thank you! xx HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-09-01

Today and tomorrow are your last chance to view WHAT ABOUT NOW? We are open 2-5! xx

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-08-25

TONIGHT! 6-9pm, Dekalb Hall, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn WHAT ABOUT NOW? MFA Collaborative Exhibition, HADSA/PAL FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ~~Come party with us ~~

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-08-17

Yesterday s install = a little mess and a lot of fun. See you at Dekalb Gallery! #WHATABOUTNOW? #PrattInstitute

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-08-12

New work by Pratt MFA candidates Sabetty Heyaime, Taylor Kennedy, Lia Kim Farnsworth, Hyomin Kwon, Chip McCall, Dulphe Pinheiro Machado, Megan Porpeglia, and Jiang Ye. Curated by Pratt’s History of Art and Design Student Association: Rebecca L. Armstrong, Kristine Allegretti, and Teresa M. Lundgren What About Now? presents an assortment of works by eight young artists examining the troubling relationships around us today, including classic conflicts with self, family, nature, and society, updated with contemporary consumerist identities. All of the pieces can be understood as a response to the question, “What About Now?” searching for meaning and stability in a tumultuous world. Fear of the unknown (Hyomin Kwon), memories of broken childhood (Taylor Kennedy and Dulphe Pinheiro Machado), and predictions for the future (Lia Kim Farnsworth) are skillfully displayed in painting, drawing, video, and installation. There is repeatedly little or no distinction between media, often intertwining surprising materials, such as chocolate on paper (Sabetty Heyaime), woven rope over canvases (Megan Porpeglia), and child-sized mannequins gaping at Day-Glo paintings (Chip McCall). Despite an exuberant exploration of meanings and materials, there remains a deep reverence for what came before (Jiang Ye) that firmly asserts their place in the unfolding timeline of art history. What About Now? is a collaborative effort between the Pratt Artists League and History of Art and Design Student Association at Pratt Institute, bringing together Masters candidates from the Fine Arts and History of Art and Design departments. Opening reception will be held on Thursday, August 25, 2016, 6-9 PM Exhibition runs from August 17-September 2, 2016 and is open to the public Gallery hours: Monday though Friday, 2-5 PM DeKalb Gallery, Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11205

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-08-10

Hey all! We hope you have been enjoying your summer. We are really looking forward to the 2016-17 school year and meeting all our new students! Stay tuned for some exciting news regarding HADSA and our goings-on in the next week. x HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-07-15

Congrats to J.B. and Teresa! Anyone want to take a trip up to the Queens Museum?

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-06-08

Hello hello all you recent and not-so-recent grads! We know you have all been up to some incredible adventures. We would love to hear about them, and share with our current Pratt students and social media fans ;) Fill out the form below if you d like to be considered for Pratt HAD Alumni Spotlights, or send us an email at [email protected] -HADSA

@Pratt History of Art & Design Student Association - HADSA 2016-06-06

Welcome to summer in Brooklyn 😎😓🌞😆 If you need us we ll be chillin on the campus lawn for the next three months, lemonade in hand.


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Welcome to the official PRATT HADSA Facebook page. Pratt Institute s History of Art and Design Student Association (HADSA) is a student run organization that aims to develop and support current and future leaders in the art historical field. HADSA actively amplifies student voices by facilitating a strong sense of community and support. HADSA endeavors to strengthen the professional networks and experiences of members, and those in the larger community by organizing social, academic and professional events for History of Art and Design students, and the arts community at large. We are here to take your questions, concerns, and ideas regarding HADSA or the Department of Art & Design. Like or follow us to stay updated on our meetings, events, and trips!

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