Pratt is THE place. We take art seriously, but we also love an event! Our events are a place to gather valuable skills, attend stimulating lectures and enjoy electrifying exhibits. We invite you to become part of our vibrant art community that thrills to the exploration of all things visual. We’re a culture devoted to sharing, so you’ll find no intimidation or snobbery here — just some of the most interesting folks and happenings anywhere.
Pratt Fine Arts Center is proud to participate in Veterans Glassblowing Day on November 5, 2016. Organizations from all over the country are participating in this nationwide initiative by hosting a day of free glassblowing classes for the nation’s Veterans and provide an experience that is fun, challenging, and community driven. Pratt will offer two sessions for up to 10 veterans, free of charge. Join us in the hot shop!
It’s that time of year again: PRATT’S BI-ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE! This is a family-friendly and fun event that is open to the public.
The Seattle Art Fair will showcase the vibrant culture and diversity of the Pacific Northwest by building on the region's existing momentum to create a truly unique, innovative art event that will further establish Seattle as an influential player in the global art landscape
Featuring six prominent female artists in the Seattle metals scene: Judith Caldwell, Chelsea Gaddy, Hazel Margaretes, Amie McNeel, Lauren Osmolski and Julie Speidel
Join us for a special artist talk with Pratt's recent Artist-in-Residence Tyna Ontko. Tyna will discuss her residency and her current work. Free to attend.
Join us on September 6 from 6-9pm and see artists in action as they pull prints, blow glass, pour bronze, forge red hot steel and more!
Helen Elliott is an MFA graduate of Kent State University in Ohio. She was a 1998 recipient of an Ohio Arts Council Individual Fellowship, and in 2003 was awarded a 1% Public Art Commission for Lakeland Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore.Her work appears in many publications, and she has exhibited widely in the USA as well as the UK, Canada, and Jamaica. She resides in Baltimore, Maryland where she works as a studio artist and teacher and does commissions.
Artists of national and international renown visit Pratt.