FIT Alumni at Go Brooklyn Art

In our effort to support alumni working in the arts, the Office of Alumni Relations will be visiting the studios of FIT alumni taking part in Go Brooklyn Art, a community-curated open studio project taking place on September 8 – 9. If you’re a participating artist or know fellow alumni who are, let us know by emailing us at alumnirelations@fitnyc.edu.

We hope the rest of the FIT community joins us in supporting FIT’s talented alumni as they open their studios for a chance to be included in a group exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum! If you’re checking out some of the studios this weekend, be sure to include the following alumni to your intinerary:

Cynthia Alberto, Textile/Surface Design 2002
Fort Greene

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Ansvananda, Textile/Surface Design 2001
Greenpoint

 

 

 

 

 

 

Richard P. Casciato, Fine Arts 1990
Windsor Terrace

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carla Reyes, Fine Arts 1999; Restoration 2002
Greenpoint

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tenement
Williamsburg

Michael Falco, Advertising & Marketing Communications 2011
Jolene M Lupo, Photography 2009
Richard Solinger, Photography 2009

 

 

 

 

Kam Mak, Assistant Chair, Illustration at FIT 
Carroll Gardens

 

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One Response to FIT Alumni at Go Brooklyn Art

  1. Lutradur says:

    Hi,

    We’re looking for examples of fiber art images to display on our website and on our Facebook page. Would any of the group be interested in contributing. All work show will display the source of the image, the creator of the work together with a link back to their own website.

    Thanks

    Gary

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