Episodic Urbanisms, the publication on the pedagogy and work of the Pratt Institute Rome Program, a program for the past 8 years directed by departmental Chair Erika Hinrichs, and for the previous 20 years coordinated by Frederick Biehle, will be released as a part of the festivities to mark the 40th anniversary of the program at the Palazzo Doria Pamfilj in Rome. Essays by Ryszard Sliwka, Jeffrey Hogrefe, Frederick Biehle and an introduction by Erika Hinrichs.
2017 is the 40th year of the Pratt Institute Rome Program, a program that has been directed in its entirety by Richard Piccolo and coordinated for 20 of those years by Frederick Biehle. Pratt Institute will mark the occasion by inviting alumni to Rome to celebrate the significance of this program in the education of its archtiects. The culminating event will be the evening of April 13 at the Palazzo Doria Pamfijl,. The Institute president, Thomas Schutte, as well as he Dean of Architecture, Thomas Hanrahan, will be in attendance.