Pratt Fine Arts Center
Founded by the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation and named in honor of slain civil rights leader Edwin T. Pratt in 1976 in Seattle's Central District, Pratt became an independent nonprofit in 1982. Programs include adult and youth classes, master artist intensives, visiting artist programs and studio access for working artists.
- Primary Form of Entity: Governmental; Nonprofit
- Primary Artistic Discipline: Visual Arts, Craft, Design
- Primary Areas of Activity: Arts Education, Services for Artists, Venue/Facility
Research and Resources
Pratt Fine Arts Center records, 1975-1982, Seattle Municipal Archives
HistoryLink.org: Pratt, Edwin T. (1930-1969)