Monthly Archives: May 2012

SHIRT HAPPENS 9: IN WHICH I APPROACH THE UNDERGRADUATES

[In the fall, Jonathan Vatner, Hue staff writer,  took an introductory menswear sewing class. He has been blogging about his experiences on Hue, Too.] I was doing my homework, sewing sleeve plackets—the reinforced strip on the forearm that connects to … Continue reading

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IF A PICTURE IS WORTH 1,000 WORDS, THIS IS THE LONGEST HUE TOO POST EVER

Hue is intrigued by the gallery in the stairwell of the Gladys Marcus Library. It hosts significant work in a transient space: almost everyone inside is either ascending or descending. The photographers whose projects are in there now, BFA graduates … Continue reading

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HUE HEARTS IMPRACTICAL SHOES

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… when the work of FIT’s graduating students in 17 Art and Design majors decks the halls. Catch it before May 22, when most of the exhibitions will disappear. Hue was digging on … Continue reading

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ILLUSTRATION ALUMNA CREATES AMAZING IMAGES ON HER IPAD USING “ART RAGE”

Hue is totally in love with the drawings of Monika Maniecki, Illustration MFA ’11.  Recently, she’s been creating drawings on her iPad using a program, “Art Rage.” Hue asked Monika what it’s like to draw on her iPad and she … Continue reading

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SHIRT HAPPENS 8: IN WHICH I LOOK TO MY LEFT AND RIGHT

[In the fall, Jonathan Vatner, Hue staff writer,  took an introductory menswear sewing class. He has been blogging about his experiences on Hue, Too.] Why do people take Menswear 142? Everyone has a different reason, and though this is a … Continue reading

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