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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.


Library and IT Event Series 2019

MakerMinds Space

Audio 3D Printing

Audio 3D printing flyer

(Click to enlarge and print) 

Create an audio file in our audio booth and turn it into a downloadable 3D printable model. The 3D files will be printed during this session for you to take with you! 

Friday, October 11 | 12 PM - 2 PM 

Library 6th Floor | Goodman Center

Contact [email protected]

 Library and IT Event Series 2019

MakerMinds Space


Github poster

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Learn about GitHub, the largest, most popular platform for open-source projects. Understand the basics of creating and using open-source repositories, and create a free webpage, using GitHub Pages

Friday, September 20th | 12-2pm

Library 6th Fl | Rm E601 |Goodman Center

Contact: [email protected]


Love Your Library Event

American Duchess Event Poster 

Join authors Lauren Stowell and Abby Cox for a discussion and demonstration of some techniques presented in their book:

The American Duchess Guide to 18th Century Beauty: 40 Projects for Period-Accurate Hairstyles, Makeup and Accessories

"Master Iconic 18th Century Hair and Makeup Techniques"

Thursday, September 12th, 2019 from 12pm to 1pm

Library | Goodman Center | 6th Fl MakerSpace (E620)

*Book sale and signing too!*

FIT Authors Talks 

Author Tall flyer for Ron Amato

Professor Ron Amato gives an author talk and presentation on his book:

The Box

Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 | 5-6pm

Goodman Center | Library | 4th floor | E435

Focused on themes of isolation, desire, conflict and empowerment, Ron Amato's photographic series and book, The Box speaks to human experiences of self-discovery and community building. Using a series of boxes to create visual metaphors, Ron echoes his development from adolescence to adulthood through over 100 color, and black and white photographs.