Holiday Bizarre Pop-up Shop
November 19-23, 2013
FIT, corner of 27th St & 7th Ave
FIT students in the department of Visual Presentation and Exhibit Design led by Assistant Professor Anne Kong have developed a “Holiday Bizarre” Themed shop inspired by the Surrealist and Dada art movements. This is a collaboration between FIT and The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s Thrift Shop, featuring women’s designer clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry, gift items, and furnishings.
All proceeds benefit the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Fifth Annual EduTech Day at FIT Thursday, November 14th 9am-4pm The Great Hall & John E. Reeve’s Conference Center Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
The day will include presentations, panels, workshops, luncheon and book signing by Jason Miles – bestselling author and expert in Pinterest and Instgram!
The Technology Development Team (TDT) in collaboration with The Center for Excellence in Teaching will be holding the fifth annual EduTech Day on Thursday, November 14, 2013. Our theme “Building for the Future” focuses on how we can integrate technology and pedagogy in response to the increasingly complex and diverse environments faculty will encounter academically and students will encounter professionally. This year’s theme is in part responsive to the college’s plan of strengthening the academic core, which will be reinforced while keeping an eye on emerging trends in the professional world. Among our goals are to foster student-centeredness within the FIT community by focusing on collaborative activities. The event will provide hands-on experience linking best practices in education and in professions with current and emerging trends in technology.
An up close and personal conversation with the Chief Technology Officer of MakerBot, Justin Day, on Tuesday, November 12 at 6:30 pm in the Marvin Feldman Center, 2nd Floor, Haft Auditorium. The implications of 3-D printing on the fashion industry cannot be understated. It has the potential to do great things: create shorter lead times for designers, offer the ability to produce things in smaller quantities, and create easy personalization. Hear how a Brooklyn-based company, MakerBot, is helping lead the world of fashion into the digital age. Free and No Sign Up Required.
For more information contact Steven Brookstein at 212-217-4496.