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A beautiful day in Brooklyn 🍁
Happy Halloween from the Pratt Institute Libraries!
It's Banned Books Week, an annual event that celebrates freedom of expression and the freedom to read by highlighting past and present censorship attempts within schools and libraries.
The banners attached to each book feature statements from book challenges in the U.S., spanning the last 100 years. We offer them as a way to highlight the out-of-touch absurdity of attempts to restrict our basic freedoms of expression.
Come enjoy some new books at the library on a rainy day 🌧📚☕️
don't tell our boss but the plant has grown (swipe to see Liaison Librarian Holly Wilson as a size comparison)
A sunny day in the stacks
Happy Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month! We have book displays up at both campus libraries. Follow and to stay updated on events happening this month!
She lives! Every summer this plant grows up out of the floor on the lower level of the stacks. This year, she's growing out of at least two spots. Visit the Brooklyn campus library to find the other one!
How has campus changed since you were a student? What places on or around campus do you remember best?
136th academic year starts this fall and we’ve been exploring the archives and revisiting campus memories. Do you recognize any of the archival photos?
Share your favorite Pratt memory in the comments!
How has campus changed since you were a student? What places on or around campus do you remember best? 136th academic year starts this fall and we’ve been exploring the archives and revisiting campus memories. Do you recognize any of the archival photos? Share your favorite Pratt memory in the comments! Video: Hand holds archival photos slowly pulling them away to reveal the location now. Photos from @prattinstitutearchives. #PrattInstitute #archives #ArchivesOfInstagram #Brooklyn #ClintonHill #BrooklynHistory
Happy Barbenheimer day to all those who celebrate!
Dragging the Workshop Join us on January 25, 2023 at 6pm ET for an in-person interactive workshop led by Pratt Institute Archivist Cristina Fontánez Rodríguez on finding meaning in the archive. Working with and around objects highlighted through the current Live at the Library exhibition Dragging the Archive, participa...
Check out our digital exhibition celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Main Campus Library.
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Wishing Everyone a great year ahead!
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