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2017 Exhibit Design Excellence Scholarship Winner

2017 National Sign Research & Education Conference (NSREC) scholarship winner

The FIT Capstone Event – By Pat Friedlander

Exhibit City News: Getting Schooled – Educated Exhibits

SEGD 2016 The Next Generation of Experience Designers, Professor Joe Karadin and Alumni Nastya Lobova

2015 SEGD Global Design Award winner

FIT Alumni in the Field

Second Annual MG Exhibit Design Excellence Scholarship Winner Announced

Michael Grivas Sr. Exhibit Design Excellence Scholarship (video) (article)

FIT graduates next generation of storytellers

MG Design mentors FIT students

ExhibitCity News congratulates FIT class of 2014

FIT Class of 2014 enter exhibit design industry

Exhibit Design Students take the stage at EXHIBITOR2014

Fresh & New(er), discussion of issues around digital media and museums by Seb Chan

Rubin Museum meets FIT

Students get a jump start in the exhibit industry

Getting to Great Ideas: FIT's fearless exhibit designer students

Exhibit City: Students get a jump start in the exhibit industry | link

SEGD Sixth Annual Symposium on Exhibition Design | link (PDF) :: PDF

Investing in the future: Design interns bring fresh ideas to exhibit firms | link :: PDF

Exhibit Builder: Putting The D Back In EDPA | link :: PDF

FIT Student wins Euroshop Exhibit Design Competition

Leslie Ann Chiu et al.

Leslie Ann Chiu wins the EDPA exclusive exhibit booth design competition. The Graduate Exhibition Design Department was engaged by the Exhibit Designers and Producers Association to design their exhibit for the Euroshop Convention in Düsseldorf, Germany. Leslie's design will be produced incorporating products from Octanorm and Fabric Images Inc. Leslie will travel to Germany to be presented to the design community accompanying her booth. Runners-Up were: Adam Carnes, Sarah Frankel, Roni Rabner and Dominica Wozniak.

Exhibition Design Students win Design COMPETITIONS

The Wildlife Conservation Society sponsored a competition in conjunction with the program's environmental graphics course. Three winners were selected: Liliane Boehm (1st place), Sanchita Tucker (2nd place), and Elizabeth Gressel (3rd place)

The New-York Historical Society Museum & Library sponsored a graphics signage and wayfinding competition in conjunction with the program's environmental graphics course. Winners were selected: Anastasia Lobova, Sergei Vasilev, Pauline Lu, Chuan-Wei Ting, Eileen Kang, Samiel Laury

The New York Botanical Garden sponsored a graphics signage and wayfinding competition in conjunction with the program's environmental graphics course. Students were challenged with redesigning the Garden's interpretive graphics and directionals into a 3 Dimensional, outdoor system that is flexible, promotes brand identity and engages visitors in the story of the site. Three winners were selected: Hyesook Lyu (1st place), Yoo Rang Shon (2nd place), and Rita Soni (3rd place)

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