Category Archives: Student Exhibit

One Night Only! “Tempo” media design exhibition May 30!

What kind of song and dance will it take to get you to the Media Design Club’s “Tempo” exhibition? Well we’re glad you asked. Here is your video invite: (Note: The Communication Design Professor C.J. Yee character was not impressed … Continue reading

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Interior design grads providing “new memories”

      “When you leave the space…it should give you a new concept, a new memory.”   Interior Design senior Minsoo Kim Find out what your next music hall, brain research center, interactive cinema, special children’s hospital and boutique hotels … Continue reading

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Illustration students go 3D with Kidrobot Munnys

What are they doing there and how did they get there? That group of intriguingly weird, artistically cartoonist, sometimes beautiful and occasionally ghastly little Kidrobot Munny figures huddled under the display case in Pomerantz D3.  They sprang from illustration Professor Leslie Cober-Gentry’s off-the-2D-beat-and-path class assignment. Kidrobot is … Continue reading

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The Way to Art Basel

As Melissa Starke saw it, Art Basel provided an opportunity to try a new approach for students to participate in a world renowned art show.  Instead of a contest with a panel of judges, instead of it coming down to … Continue reading

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Chanel Mehyo becoming fearless

“Natural, instinctual and quick” is how fine arts student Chanel Mehyo describes her chalk pastels, charcoal and acrylic paint drawings that appear in the Junior BFA “Selections” exhibition in the Pomerantz Building lobby. Mehyo completed the series in experimental drawing class, taught by Prof. … Continue reading

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Contents of Pandora’s box re-captured

There are two garish babes bursting with vanity and a gloating cross-legged, primed prima dona. There are the furious fat spider, a he-man who boasts, and a lecherous pair of wide-open mouths sporting minks’ teeth. An ominous, famished figure sits eerily among them while … Continue reading

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Kieran Dallison: Beyond the Grand Canyon

To be young, full of restless drive and talent and have studied at FIT. That’s Kieran Dallison, the inaugural winner of the GILT/CFDA All-Star Scholarship Award.  Dallison was poised yet full of excitement in describing the import of the award … Continue reading

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Catering to Barbie’s every whim and loving it!

With Barbie now ensconced in her parlors, bedrooms, and other habitats, and with a wardrobe to kill–and with Ken looking on–it was time for thinking of food and pink!  An awards ceremony recognizing those who catered many long months to Barbie’s … Continue reading

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Some style & media in your life

Fellow students, proud parents and professional photographers came to critique and admire final prints displayed in D351A from the Advanced Style and Media class.  The course, taught and designed by Curtis Willocks,  is required for BFA photography majors. Willocks served … Continue reading

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Art & Design Student Exhibitions — It’s happening now!

Helpful info: Student Exhibitions School of Art & Design Student Shows The School of Art & Design “Graduating Student Exhibition 2012″. This exhibition is free and open to the public. Works on view are at multiple venues throughtout FIT’s campus. For … Continue reading

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