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Love Your Library

 The Love Your Library program is designed to provide insight and inspiration from creatives in various industries to the FIT community. Events in this series are free to our students and faculty. Outside visitors may be invited. Please contact your Love Your Library event liaison for details on FIT policies and campus access.

2020 CURRENT AND FUTURE EVENTS


2/28/20 Intro to 3D Jewelry Modeling & Printing Workshop

2/13/20 SPARC Open House 

2/11/20 FIT Authors Talks 

2/6/20 MakerMinds Event 


 Library & IT Event Series 2020

Intro to 3D Jewelry Modeling & Printing Workshop

MakerMinds event poster

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Join Lizz Hill for an afternoon crash course in 3D modeling for jewelry. Lizz, a professional 3D modeler with 15 years of experience in the fashion industry, will be teaching students how to combine and manipulate basic shapes in the easy-to-learn modeling software, Tinkercad, to design and 3D model jewelry. She will walk students through the 3D printing process and provide them with tips and a path to fabrication.

This class is limited to 23 students. Please email Jana_Duda to reserve your seat.

Friday, February 28 | 12pm - 2pm

Library, 6th floor, Room E601

Contact [email protected]


 

Special Collections and College Archives Open House

SPARC Open House

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Gladys Marcus Library

Special Collections and College Archives

February 13th | 1pm - 2pm

OPEN HOUSE!

Welcometo an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour

4th floor, E435


 FIT Authors Talks

Andrea Kleine 

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FIT Author Andrea Kleine discusses her book, Eden

one of Nylon's Best Books of 2018. 

Tuesday, February 11th 2020

5pm - 6pm | Goodman Center, 4th fl, Room E435

"Kleine conjures a character whose desire to understand her flaws and to connect to others shows her to be much more than a victim." –The New Yorker

"A page turner with a moving meditation on the limitations of family amidst trauma."       –Vanity Fair

"Fascinating... a gripping portrait of the lingering effects of trauma." –Publisher's Weekly

"A devestating revelatory examination of trauma, memory, creation and the way in which we define ourselves according to our experience." –Nylon


Library and IT Event Series 2020 | MakerMinds Space

Button Making event poster

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BUTTON MAKING

Welcome back! Come to the sixth floor of the Library and make button pins. Bring your own artwork or select images from our beautiful extra magazines. 

Thursday February 6 | 12pm - 2pm 

Library 6th Floor, MakerMinds Space | Goodman Center

CONTACT: [email protected]

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