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Pratt Fine Arts Center is Seeking a Customer Service Manager to Join Our Team!

Pratt Fine Arts Center is Seeking a Customer Service Manager to Join Our Team!

The Customer Service Manager is responsible for ensuring a positive customer experience by providing a warm and welcoming experience to customers. Bes

Crosscut's Art Pulse: A Seattle artist builds glass houses to reflect on connection

Crosscut's Art Pulse: A Seattle artist builds glass houses to reflect on connection

Fumi Amano shares how the pandemic has shifted her art from homesickness to hope.

Pratt’s Holiday Art Sale Returns Online November 23 – December 18

Pratt’s Holiday Art Sale Returns Online November 23 – December 18

Dozens of Local PNW Artists Featured in Online Art Sale benefiting Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Creative Resilience Campaign

Rahwa Habte Memorial March to the Ballot Box

Rahwa Habte Memorial March to the Ballot Box

Sounds of cheering rose from the crowd as people lined up to drop their ballots into the ballot box by Garfield Community Center on Saturday, October

The 34 Best Things to Do in Seattle This Weekend: July 17-19, 2020

The 34 Best Things to Do in Seattle This Weekend: July 17-19, 2020

VISUAL ART Pratt Live! A Virtual Telethon Support the Pratt Creative Resilience Campaign, which was created to help the fine art center bounce

Currently Hanging: Etsuko Ichikawa at Winston Wachter Gallery (Online)

Currently Hanging: Etsuko Ichikawa at Winston Wachter Gallery (Online)

Seattle-based artist Etsuko Ichikawa's new body of work—aptly called New Traces—is currently hanging online at Winston

Pratt Live! A Virtual Telethon Live-Stream Airing on July 18, 6-9pm

Pratt Live! A Virtual Telethon Live-Stream Airing on July 18, 6-9pm

Artist Demonstrations in Live-Stream from Pratt Studios at Pratt Park in the Historic Central Area Arts & Cultural District in Seattle, WA

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog: With vow to prevent ‘Retail Racism,’ PCC opens in the Central District

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog: With vow to prevent ‘Retail Racism,’ PCC opens in the Central District

Six years ago, the corner was a gas station and a quick market full of chips, soda, and beer. Wednesday, a new grocery store finally opened at 23rd an

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Response: Temporary Campus-Wide Closure

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Response: Temporary Campus-Wide Closure

We have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our facilities through Friday, 7/17. We will reasses the process of reopening them safely

Collective Health & Safety at Pratt Fine Arts Center: Safe Studio Practices & Virus Prevention Resources

Collective Health & Safety at Pratt Fine Arts Center: Safe Studio Practices & Virus Prevention Resources

Like you, we are taking public health very seriously. We’d like to take a moment to share with you how Pratt is working to maintain safe stud