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|Legacy Week/Homecoming |
This time honored collegiate tradition unites alumni, faculty, staff, and current students to celebrate FIT. Read More
|National Portfolio Day|
FIT is hosting a National Portfolio Day event on Sunday, November 16. Representatives will be available to review artwork, discuss programs, and answer questions about careers in art and design. Read More
|On My Mind|
President Dr. Joyce F. Brown blogs about higher education, FIT, and the news and issues of the day. Read More
FIT ROCKS THE WHITE HOUSE
First Lady Michelle Obama wore a dress designed especially for her by FIT student Natalya Koval during the Celebration of Design, part of her Reach Higher education initiative. Read President Brown's Take on the Event
THE LEGACY LOOK
This circa-1960 photo shows how clothes and the cars have changed. As we mark FITís 70th anniversary, we celebrate Legacy Week, Oct. 27-Nov. 2, with fun, creativity, and community service.
DANCE & FASHION
In connection with this popular exhibition, The Museum at FIT invites visitors to a symposium and public programs. American Ballet Theatre soloist Misty Copeland speaks with museum director Dr. Valerie Steele on Nov. 4.
Last year, Illustration students covered FITís Seventh Avenue façade with brilliant creations. Come by and watch them do it again this year, beginning Oct.27.
SEEING THE BIG PICTURE
Emerging designers work with industry luminaries to create high-level business plans in Design Entrepreneurs NYC, an FIT program run in partnership with New York City's Economic Development Corporation. Learn more about the winning presentations.
MIND, BODY, SPIRIT
The Interior Design†Senior Thesis Exhibition showcases studentsí innovative spaces designed to improve the quality of life for all New Yorkers. Topics range from artificial intelligence to mental health to performing arts.†Student work by Liliya Gulyak.
Students in the Exhibition Design MA program discover that collaboration plus independent thinking leads to illuminating exhibitions.