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IMPACT: Creativity for Civility, Diversity, and Inclusion

IMPACT: Creativity for Civility, Diversity, and Inclusion is an interdisciplinary FIT Diversity Council Grant Project.

Project collaborators: C.J. Yeh, Christie Shin, Judy Ellis, Marianne Klimchuk, Ron Amato, Joe Staluppi, Anne Kong, and Daniel Shefelman.

The Exhibitions

In order to ignite a culture change at FIT, our goal is to activate as many exhibition and display spaces on campus as possible. The following is a list of exhibition spaces and dates:

various works by three different artists    

The Future is Inclusive

The Art & Design Gallery at FIT
February 12 – March 5, 2019


All Change Starts with a Question

Fred P. Pomerantz Lobby Display Wall
February 12 – 28, 2019

Design for Good Special Projects

Marvin Feldman Center Lobby Showcase
March 4 – 28, 2019

Modern Passage

Creative Technology & Design Showcase and Media Displays
March 4 – 28, 2019

Our Message to the World

Fred P. Pomerantz Corridor Showcases
March 4 – 28, 2019


INCLUSIVE: Digital Product Design Challenge

In collaboration with Adobe, the Creative Technology & Design subject area at FIT will host a series of inclusive design workshop for a team of 21 students selected from the Advertising and Marketing Communications, Fashion Business Management, and Advertising & Digital Design programs.

» Digital Product Design Challenge Details