Exhibitions and Programs
An exhibition of contemporary kurtas, hand-embroidered and collaboratively designed by FIT Textile/Surface Design students and Fashion Design students from Pearl Academy, India.
Includes an installation by N'Ketiah Brakohiapa, a textile artist and FIT alumus, taking inspiration from his native Ghana.
Also on view will be a display of garments by Emily Omesi, recent alumna (Fashion Design '21) and current Fashion Design student Anthony Cruz.
Journal and Pattern
- Anabella Bergero (Fashion Design MFA '20)
- Donna Cleary (herbalist and artist)
- Slavko Djuric (book artist, Fine Arts and Photography technologist)
- Bil Donovan (adjunct associate professor, Illustration)
- Esther Li (Fashion Design BFA '21)
- Melanie Reim (artist and educator)
- Tom Scott (assistant professor, Fashion Design)
- Lauren Zodel (assistant professor, Fashion Design)
- Woolpunk aka Michelle Vitale (invited visiting artist)
Work will include crocheted installations, fibrous stitchery, handmade books, collages, and theatrical garments exploring aspects of Latinx and Latin American culture and identity.
En Route was an art exhibition composed of emerging Hispanic and Latinx artists at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
They are a group of people who have come together to create a community to achieve
their goals. As young artists, they are still on their lifelong journey of being creators.
Therefore they are "en route."
They are a diverse group of artists, unified in creating space and community at FIT.
They use a variety of mediums to convey their artistic messages, including painting,
photography, and fashion design.
Artist in Residence Program
Artists in Residence create art, present their process, and facilitate workshops for students.
Mark Tallowin, founder and designer of Tallowin, led workshops and presented his process for making “heartfelt, utilitarian” bags and other leather containers.
Under Bethany Robertson's direction, participants collaborated with each other creating a "Bloom" wall using paper, paint, scissors, and hole punches.
Ruben Marroquin creates art with yarn and other fiber. The workshop included desktop looms called the Cricket. Participants started weaving after a quick demonstration.