Tag Archives: Kam Mak

Eight FIT students, a record in Society of Illustrators’ competition

Babies of wire confetti, a crowned rabbit, little girls watering topiary, a vet mechanic, and skeletal love, are among the themes of the eight FIT student illustrations selected by the Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition. The field was narrowed from … Continue reading

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The Year of Kam Mak

It began with in Year of the Rat for Kam Mak.  Since 2008, the professor of Illustration has created the drawing for the U.S. Postal stamp in recognition of the Lunar Calendar.  Last year it was vibrant kumquats that decorated … Continue reading

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A big draw to the 2011 BFA Fair

On October 6th, representatives from the School’s baccalaureate programs, Admissions, Registrar, and the School of Liberal Arts were on hand to great prospective students at the BFA Fair in the Great Hall. Packaging Design, Chair Marianne Klimchuk & Assoc. Prof. Sandra … Continue reading

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