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Fashion Design AAS Exhibition 2023: Postmodernism: Irony and Contradiction

Fashion Design AAS Exhibition 2023: Postmodernism: Irony and Contradiction

  • 2023
  • Fashion Design (School of Art and Design)
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  • Evening dresses (garments)
  • Fashion design
Exhibition Date: December 7, 2023–January 31, 2024
Fashion Design AAS Exhibition 2022: A Work of Art

Fashion Design AAS Exhibition 2022: A Work of Art

  • 2022
  • Fashion Design (School of Art and Design)
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For the Fashion Design AAS program's capstone projects, students were asked to think of themselves as fashion designers collaborating with famous artists for their designs. They visited New York City's world-famous museums and art galleries, drawing inspiration from sculpture, paintings, and even poems to create garments with movement, volume, space, and light. This exhibition presents selections that speak for themselves emotionally---like a work of art. Included are works selected for Critic Awards by industry mentors who have worked alongside students throughout the semester---two in fashion illustration and three in apparel design.
Footwear and Accessories Design BFA Graduating Student Exhibition 2023

Footwear and Accessories Design BFA Graduating Student Exhibition 2023

  • 2023
  • Footwear and Accessories Design
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Class of 2023:
Isabelle Azouz
Akina Behrens
Ji An Ashley Choi
Idavict Dominguez
Citlalli Jaramillo
Silas Lavino
Eric Noll
Kendall Zahringer
Visual Thesis Selections 2020-2021

Visual Thesis Selections 2020-2021

  • 2022 (exhibition date)
  • Illustration (School of Graduate Studies)
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This exhibition includes highlights from the FIT MFA Illustration classes of 2020 and 2021.
Each year the graduating MA candidates complete a visual thesis project that represents the culmination of their three years of graduate study, artistic growth, and professional training. The Class of 2020 titled their show "Jacaranda" after a species of tree they encountered on the program's trip to Los Angeles, a formative experience for the group. "Off the Grid" is not only an oblique reference to the two and a half semesters the Class of 2021 spent learning remotely, but also an invocation of their eclectic artistic voices. The quality of this work is a testament to the artistic visions, personal dedication to craft, and to the strength of the bonds these cohorts built. The FIT Alumni participating in this exhibition finished their degrees online during the extreme circumstances and unprecedented conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. At the conclusion of their studies, they were unable to exhibit their bodies of work in person or celebrate their accomplishments with their fellow students, friends, families, and professional peers. We are proud to finally present their work to the public and to recognize their achievement together.
Illustration MFA Visual Thesis Exhibition 2022: End of the Line

Illustration MFA Visual Thesis Exhibition 2022: End of the Line

  • 2022
  • Illustration (School of Graduate Studies)
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The work included in this exhibition represents the culmination of three years of graduate study for eleven MFA Illustration candidates. Those years were marked by hard work, personal exploration, and artistic growth during a historically challenging time. Throughout, these artists have remained dedicated to developing their craft and personal voices. The bodies of work displayed here are visual manifestations of those artistic voices. As a cohort, they have supported and encouraged each other, and pushed each other to realize their personal and professional ambitions. Together, they have reached the end of their academic experience and now embark on a new phase of their artistic and professional lives - drawing a new line as they continue to explore, grow, and create.
Elizabeth Hawes: Along Her Own Lines

Elizabeth Hawes: Along Her Own Lines

  • 2023
  • Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice
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The exhibition is organized by the graduate students of the Fashion Institute of Technology's MA program in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice, in collaboration with The Museum at FIT.
Back from Albany

Back from Albany

  • 2023
  • Image
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Each year from November to November, FIT student artwork is prominently featured in annual exhibitions coordinated by SUNY headquarters in Albany, NY. Artwork is presented at the Best of SUNY Art at the H. Carl McCall SUNY Plaza Building, the Chancellor's Art Gallery, SUNY Art at the University at Albany's Psychological Services Center, and the SUNY Rockefeller Institute of Government. The exhibition shown here allows the FIT community an opportunity to see the wonderful and inspiring student artwork that was featured at SUNY Albany and has just returned to the FIT campus.
Seeing is Believing: An AAPI Visionary Entrepreneurs Exhibition

Seeing is Believing: An AAPI Visionary Entrepreneurs Exhibition

  • 2023
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Exhibition Location: Feldman Center Lobby
Semester: Spring 2023
FIT Faculty and Staff Exhibition 2022-2023: Sanctuary

FIT Faculty and Staff Exhibition 2022-2023: Sanctuary

  • 2023
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Exhibition title and theme:
"Sanctuary", Dawn Dinh, ITDP
Spatial Experience Design: Brand Window Design Project

Spatial Experience Design: Brand Window Design Project

  • 2023
  • Spatial Experience Design
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Product presentation introduces students to the process of creating three-dimensional design stories to highlight brands and products. Students are assigned a brand and begin developing concepts using research, social media, inspiration images, original sketches, and renderings.
They learn about materials that share a connection with the brand's signature and develop fabrication skills using shop tools, both mechanical and computer aided, including a laser cutter and UNC router.
Student's design, manage and install graphic elements using a vinyl cutter and 42" plotter. The brand window display project provides a 360° design experience for students in this design major.
Drawing as Meditation: Creative Mindfulness

Drawing as Meditation: Creative Mindfulness

  • 2023
  • Fine Arts
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Student artwork is often left behind in the storage racks and flat files of the Fine Arts department. At each school year's end, art works and supplies are recycled, repurposed or discarded. As a result, some of the unsigned artwork is lost forever. Yet others, brilliant in the execution, fresh and vigilant, can delay the inevitable. Curated by Fine Arts' technician, Slavko Djuric, unfinished or unwanted, these drawings represent an intimate record from various levels of observational and experimental drawing courses.
Loop for Good: Sustainable Design Exhibition -- Digital Athletes for Sportsmanship

Loop for Good: Sustainable Design Exhibition -- Digital Athletes for Sportsmanship

  • 2023
  • Image
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Exhibition Location: Gallery FIT
IHG Hotels & Resorts x FIT: Tennis Ball Dress Contest Finalists Designs

IHG Hotels & Resorts x FIT: Tennis Ball Dress Contest Finalists Designs

  • 2023
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Date: August 2 - 16, 2023
Exhibition Location: Feldman Center Lobby
MetroPlusHealth x FIT Outfit Design Challenge: NYC Dream Weavers

MetroPlusHealth x FIT Outfit Design Challenge: NYC Dream Weavers

  • 2023
  • Image
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Exhibition Location: Feldman Center Lobby
Being and Becoming

Being and Becoming

  • 2023
  • Photography and Related Media
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  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
28 students collaborated in a showcase featuring large-scale printed works and photo-based installations. Equipped with techniques developed through previous semesters and with the support of Adjunct Professors Tiffany Smith and Nat Ward, students were able to actualize their creative concepts. Through connective themes of identity, intimacy, and creative space, students share in the ever-changing process of "Becoming." This exhibition serves as a celebration of each artist's personal vision and dedication to their craft.
By Being, we are Becoming.
We Are Nobody Else

We Are Nobody Else

  • 2023
  • Photography and Related Media
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We Are Nobody Else presents the work of FIT students currently enrolled in Bradly Dever Treadaway’s Photography Concepts and Exhibition course. The exhibition is built on the creative efforts of a diverse roster of artists engaged in personal lens-based projects. These projects probe identity, gender, sexuality, life cycles, mental health, institutional critique, tableaux vivant, memory, memorial and family history, intimacy and relationships. The included scope of concepts and approaches represent a collective gathering point—a moment to pause, to reflect, and observe current creative threads that are continually developing and evolving.
Illustration MFA Visual Thesis Exhibition 2023: Pareidolia

Illustration MFA Visual Thesis Exhibition 2023: Pareidolia

  • 2023
  • Illustration (School of Graduate Studies)
  • Image
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  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
The 2023 MFA Illustration candidates collectively titled this exhibition Pareidolia, the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern. This choice reflects their shared pursuit of finding and articulating meaning in their visual artwork. The images in this gallery, however, are far from random or ambiguous. These bodies of work are the final result of a year-long thesis process of research, creative ideation, and technical execution. It is the culmination of three years of artistic exploration and personal growth during graduate study.
Crafting Change Exhibition 2022

Crafting Change Exhibition 2022

  • 2022
  • Textile/Surface Design
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The work of FIT alumni and faculty takes center stage in the exhibition Crafting Change. Organized by the Textile/Surface Design Department in conjunction with New York Textile Month, the works featured in Crafting Change use long-established techniques in a modern context to highlight the potential for promoting connection, community, and wellbeing through creating textiles. These works explore the potential for art to promote connection with ourselves and others and how the tactility of textiles can provide balance to time spent in the digital realm.
Unseen Memory

Unseen Memory

  • 2022
  • Photography and Related Media
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Memories, both real and imagined, are the catalyst of this group exhibition of photographic-based imagery by FIT students in the Photographic Concepts and Exhibition (PH352) classes. The exhibition Unseen Memory is a creative exploration of personal narrative, identity, and truth experienced by Fine Arts students in the Photography Department. Collaborating with students from all three PH352 classes along with professors Jessica Wynne, Tiffany Smith, and Michel Leroy, the exhibition is presented in two consecutive shows in Gallery FIT at The Museum at FIT.
Graphic Design Poster Show: Trifecta

Graphic Design Poster Show: Trifecta

  • 2022
  • Graphic Design
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Every fall, third-year students in the Graphic Design program at FIT create a triptych poster series for the class Core Studio 1: Design and Methodology. We cover the floor of the John E. Reeves Great Hall with the work. This semester, the show is on December 15, from 1 to 5 pm, and work from the fourth-year students will also be on view at the north end of the hall. Print graphics, motion graphics, and expressive typography abound.
Fine Arts 152: Painting 2

Fine Arts 152: Painting 2

  • 2022
  • Fine Arts
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In the final 6 weeks of the spring semester, students were asked to work on two separate canvases, each 30" x 40", using a secondary triad palette of violet, green and orange. On one canvas, students worked from direct observation of a live model and had to consider the human form and its visual relationship to the picture frame/rectangle. How does cropping, foreshortening, and the angles of limbs structurally impact the painting? On the second canvas, students were asked to consider the figure in space. While painting the model, students learned to embrace or grapple with the chaos of the studio environment such as perspective, architecture, scale, mark making, shifting light, form description and resolution, all key aspects of the students' visual problem solving.
Pattern, the Grid, and Other Systems

Pattern, the Grid, and Other Systems

  • 2023
  • Fine Arts
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Curated by FIT Associate Professor of Fine Arts Julia Jacquette, this exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology features work that utilizes and explores all aspects of repetition and pattern.
Pattern is often thought of in terms of art and design: the repetition of shape in surface design. But the definition of pattern can be even more expansive: It’s a regularity or repetition in the world in general. It includes the repetition of abstract ideas as well as form.
Pattern, the Grid, and Other Systems will include two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and time-based artwork from FIT faculty, students, and distinguished alumni, as well as from guest artists. In addition, panel discussions and talks by participating artists and guest lecturers will take place during the run of the exhibition.
The Unwearable Collection

The Unwearable Collection

  • 2023
  • FIT DTech Lab
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The FIT Foundation, in partnership with the FIT DTech Lab, presents the evolution of The Unwearable Collection by Boehringer Ingelheim: pieces that are impossible to wear and impossible to ignore. The Unwearable Collection Exhibition—inclusive of “Uncertainty,” the fifth piece designed by FIT’s Fashion Design MFA students Natalia Robles-Oteiza and Urvi Selarka under the supervision of Dobriana Geneva, assistant professor, Fashion Design, with creative direction by Michael Ferraro, executive director, FIT DTech Lab—utilizes fashion to illustrate the debilitating pain and uncertainty that people living with generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP) endure during a flare.
The collaboration was supported by multiple interdisciplinary teams of FIT students who developed launch strategies for exhibition: Lauren Lee, Animation, Interactive Media and Game Design; Tyler Hernandez, AIMGD; Zuzanna Zmijewska, Exhibition and Experience Design MA; Jace Son; Exhibition and Experience Design MA; Margarita Kaplan, Advertising and Digital Design; Harry Xizhuo Lin, Advertising and Digital Design; Mariko Dreifuss, Advertising and Digital Design; and faculty members Dobriana Gheneva, Fashion Design; Eric Kaplan, Animation, Interactive Media and Game Design; and Joseph Staluppi, Advertising and Digital Design.
Exhibition advisement was provided by creative agency, Lorem Ipsum, a multidisciplinary exhibit design agency integrating the physical and the digital to deliver dynamic, inclusive, and connected immersive experiences: Abigail Honor, Partner and Masha Pyshkina, Head of Museum and Experience Design. The exhibition was also made possible by valued industry partners, Mirror NYC, Mood Fabrics, and Wild Posting.
Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2019

Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2019

  • 2019
  • Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design
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Program/Degree: Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design BFA
Toy Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2019

Toy Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2019

  • 2019
  • Toy Design
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Program/Degree: Toy Design BFA