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October 2012

 

Exhibition: Interior Design Annual Senior Thesis Exhibition

Completion Day

Diversity Grant Think Tank Meeting

Theater: Drawn from Water

Fashion Culture Film: A Quiet American: Ralph Rucci and Paris

Meeting Industry Needs: 2012 Industry Survey Forum

Hispanic Heritage Documentary Screenings

Talk and Tour: Ivy Style

Open Hours with President Brown

Panel Discussion: Africa as the Next Emerging Market

Lecture: The Art of Maya Mural Painting

Salsa Cooking Demonstration and Tasting

Innovative and Traditional Craftwork in Spain

Faculty of the Future Mini-Retreat: "Interdisciplinarity"

Elder Care Support Group

Graduate Studies Open House

Photo Talks 2012: Martin Parr

Lecture: what's hAPPening?

Fashion Conversation: The Model Alliance

Undergraduate Open House

ARTSpeak: David Mazzucchelli

The Fashion and Finance Forum

UCE of FIT General Membership Meeting

Visiting Artist Program

Big Ideas: School of Art and Design Town Hall Meeting

Fashion Conversation: Hal Rubenstein in Conversation with Valerie Steele

Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology Dean's Forum

Exhibition: Fashion, A-Z: Highlights from the Collection of The Museum at FIT, Part Two

Exhibition: Ivy Style


The Museum at FIT Earns AAM Accreditation

Stanton Fitness Center Recognized for Outstanding Design

Fine Arts Faculty Member Publishes Tutorial

Interior Design Faculty Member Featured in Article

Illustration Faculty Member Speaks on Air Force Art

Career and Internship Center Faculty Member Contributes to Magazine

Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Faculty Member Wins Award

English Faculty Member Published in Crime Anthology

Interior Design Faculty Member Participates in NEH Summer Seminar

Communication Design Faculty Member Speaks at Conference, Publishes Article

UCE of FIT Members to Participate in Breast Cancer Walk


Call for Volunteers: Echo of Voices International Poetry Festival

Call for Entries: FIT Faculty and Staff Exhibition, Transformation

Fall 2012 Wellness Schedule

Funding Opportunities

Sustainability Grants Available

Diversity Council Offers Event and Project Support

Diversity Grants Available

Online Event Calendar for Center for Excellence in Teaching

Technology Training

Affirmative Action Online Training

Emergency Messaging Sign-up



EVENTS

EXHIBITION: INTERIOR DESIGN ANNUAL SENIOR THESIS EXHIBITION
October 2-27
Gallery FIT, The Museum at FIT
The Interior Design program's spring 2012 BFA graduates present their senior thesis projects. For more information, contact Joseph Lembo, 75566.

COMPLETION DAY
October 3, 11 am-2 pm
Breezeway, between the Dubinsky and Business and Liberal Arts centers
Thirty-seven SUNY and CUNY schools are participating in a statewide awareness campaign to encourage students to complete their associate degrees for improved career outcomes. At FIT, the Completion Day event will feature live music, food, and giveaways, as well as a keynote speaker. To learn more about the statewide efforts, click here.

DIVERSITY GRANT THINK TANK MEETING
October 3, 11:30 am-1 pm
Dubinsky Student Center, eighth floor alcove
Learn how to apply for an FIT Diversity Grant. Topics will include project ideas, collaboration opportunities, available resources, and outcomes for a successful project. Email diversitygrants@fitnyc.edu by October 2 to register; click here for more information on Diversity Grants.

THEATER: DRAWN FROM WATER
October 3, 5:30-6:30 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Part of Hispanic Heritage Month, this play by Rosebud Ben-Oni features a woman who must decide whether to cross the U.S.-Mexican border for good after a lifetime of being a decoy for others. Foreign Language faculty member Ximena Mieles performs. Click here for more information, or contact Griselda Gonzalez, 73363.

FASHION CULTURE FILM: A QUIET AMERICAN: RALPH RUCCI & PARIS
October 4, 6 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Director C.S. Leigh will introduce his documentary about FIT alumnus Ralph Rucci and his collaborations with haute couture technicians in Paris. Leigh, who followed Rucci for four years making the film, will answer questions after the screening. The program is free, but registration is required. Email museuminfo@fitnyc.edu to register or call 74585.

MEETING INDUSTRY NEEDS: 2012 INDUSTRY SURVEY FORUM
October 5, 9-11 am

Conference Center, SR9
FIT faculty members Naomi Gross and Renee Cooper from Fashion Merchandising Management, Ann Denton and Patrice George from Textile Development and Marketing, and Dympna Bowles, dean for Curriculum and Instruction, present findings from a survey on entry-level skills in the workplace. The survey was designed to help determine student learning outcomes that align with industry needs. Included are survey results from 45 companies that focus on buying/planning and retail management. For more information, contact Johanna O’Toole, 74054.

HISPANIC HERITAGE DOCUMENTARY SCREENINGS
October 8-11, various times
Dubinsky Student Center, Room A721
This weeklong series of documentaries highlighting various expressions of Hispanic culture will include La Toma, En El Hoyo, and Buena Vista Social Club. Film curator Armando Guareno will kick off the series at the screening of Que Viva Mexico! at noon on October 8. This event is part of Hispanic Heritage Month. For a complete schedule and times, click here, or contact Griselda Gonzalez, 73363.

TALK AND TOUR: IVY STYLE
October 8, 6 pm; October 24, 10:30 am; November 26, 6 pm
The Museum at FIT
Richard Press will lead tours of The Museum at FIT’s Ivy Style exhibition, a look at the creation and evolution of the fashion that got its start on America’s Ivy League college campuses. Press is an expert on the classic Ivy style and is the grandson of the founder of J. Press, a brand that was important in the establishment of the look. Press will be introduced by MFIT deputy director and Ivy Style curator Patricia Mears. The November tour will be followed by a signing of the exhibition’s companion book. The tour is free, but registration is required; email museuminfo@fitnyc.edu or call 74585.

OPEN HOURS WITH PRESIDENT BROWN
October 9, 5-6 pm
Office of the President, Feldman Center, Room C908
President Joyce F. Brown will hold an "open hours" session, for any faculty or staff member who wishes to meet with her one-on-one. All visitors will be asked to sign in upon arrival, and will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to accommodate everyone, meetings will be limited to 15 minutes.

PANEL DISCUSSION: AFRICA AS THE NEXT EMERGING MARKET
October 9, 6:30 pm
John E. Reeves Great Hall
This panel discussion will address Africa’s emergence as a source of creativity in the fashion industry, and the role of the industry and other nontraditional players in leading the sustainable development of the continent to significant business growth. Panelists are Roberta Annan, chair of the government liaison committee of Fashion 4 Development; Adiat Disu, president of Adiree Public Relations and founder of Africa Fashion Week; Lexy Mojo-Eyes, president and CEO of Legendary Gold Limited; and Janice Sullivan, CEO of Edun. The moderator will be Tanya Cole, foreign service officer of the U.S. Commercial Service. The event, sponsored by the International Trade and Marketing Department, is part of the Talking Trade at FIT series. For more information, contact Nicole Martin, 74280.

LECTURE: THE ART OF MAYA MURAL PAINTING
October 10, 6 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Anthropologist and painter Heather Hurst will discuss the analysis, restoration, and reproduction of Maya murals, and newly found paintings in Guatemala. Hurst is a professor at Skidmore College and a MacArthur Fellow. This event is part of Hispanic Heritage Month. Click here for more information, or contact Griselda Gonzalez, 73363.

SALSA COOKING DEMONSTRATION AND TASTING
October 11, 1-2 pm
Dubinsky Student Center, Room A734
The FIT Culinary Arts Club will demonstrate how to make roasted peach ginger salsa, a strawberry gazpacho, and other salsas at this Hispanic Heritage Month event. For more information, click here, or contact Griselda Gonzalez, 73363.

INNOVATIVE AND TRADITIONAL CRAFTWORK IN SPAIN
October 11, 1-2 pm
Dubinsky Student Center, eighth floor
Fashion historian Patricia Yague will discuss the renaissance of Spanish craftwork in accessories design and its current popularity with high-end designers. This event is part of Hispanic Heritage Month. Click here for more information, or contact Griselda Gonzalez, 73363.

FACULTY OF THE FUTURE MINI-RETREAT: "INTERDISCIPLINARITY"
October 12, 8:30 am-12:30 pm
Location TBA
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and the Academic Affairs office will hold a fall mini-retreat as part of the Faculty of the Future initiative. The topic will be “Breaking Boundaries: Cross-Disciplinary Project Development.” Registration required; contact Celia Baez, 74064, to register and for more information.

ELDER CARE SUPPORT GROUP
October 15, 1-2 pm
Room DC35
The Employee Assistance Program’s Elder Care Support Group is for individuals caring for, or anticipating caring for, an elderly relative, parent, or friend. Meetings address such topics as coping with emotional burdens and locating available resources and support. For more information, click here or contact Robin Zarel, 75600.

GRADUATE STUDIES OPEN HOUSE
October 15, 5-7 pm
David Dubinsky Student Center, eighth floor
The School of Graduate Studies will hold an open house for prospective students to explore program offerings. Faculty, administrators, and alumni will be on hand to answer questions. For more information, click here.

PHOTO TALKS 2012: MARTIN PARR
October 16, 2:30-4:30 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Documentary photographer Martin Parr will present a Photo Talk. Parr will discuss his work and his interests in filmmaking. For more information, contact Jessica Wynne, 75510.

LECTURE: WHAT’S HAPPENING?
October 16, 6-8 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
The “what’s hAPPening?” lecture series will feature speakers highlighting the use, creation, and business of computer apps in their disciplines. The first lecture features artist Monika Maniecki, who will discuss painting with the use of iPad apps, and illustrator Laura Tallardy, who designed, illustrated, and produced her own app, The Mermaid Fashion Show. For more information, contact Melanie Reim, 74318.

FASHION CONVERSATION: THE MODEL ALLIANCEfont>
October 17, 6 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Model Sara Ziff and legal scholar Susan Scafidi discuss the Model Alliance, a nonprofit advocacy group for fashion models founded by Ziff. The Model Alliance works with the Fashion Law Institute established by Scafidi at Fordham University to promote fair labor standards for models in the U.S. This event is part of the Fashion Culture series presented by The Museum at FIT. The program is free, but registration is required; email museuminfo@fitnyc.edu or call 74585.

UNDERGRADUATE OPEN HOUSE
October 20, 9:30 am-2 pm; October 21, 11 am-3:30 pm
Various locations
Prospective students are invited to find out more about FIT and its programs at the fall open house. Activities will include campus tours, a student success fair, admissions and financial aid information sessions, and a “Life at FIT” student panel.

ARTSPEAK: DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI
October 22, 6:30-7:30 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Graphic novelist and artist David Mazzucchelli will lecture on his work, and place it into the context of the history of the graphic novel. Mazzucchelli’s works include illustrations for The New Yorker; an illustrated adaptation of Paul Auster’s City of Glass; a novel, Asterios Polyp; and an anthology, Rubber Blanket. His talk is part of ARTSpeak, an interdisciplinary program presented by the Fine Arts and History of Art departments. The theme of the series is “Open Book: Conversations on Art and the Book.” For more information, contact John Allen, 75862.

THE FASHION AND FINANCE FORUM
October 23, 7 pm
Morris W. and Fannie B. Haft Auditorium
Nobel Prize-winning economists Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman will discuss the consequences of increasing accumulated wealth at the very top of society and the role of government spending in a depressed economic climate at this year’s forum. Robert Johnson, executive director of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, will moderate this discussion, hosted by the FIT Foundation. For more information, click here.

UCE OF FIT GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
October 25, 1-2 pm
Morris W. and Fannie B. Haft Auditorium
The United College Employees will hold a general meeting to update members on a number of topics, including contract negotiations, and county chargebacks. New York State United Teachers’ labor relations specialist David Eng-Wong will speak. For more information, click here, or call 73370.

VISITING ARTIST PROGRAM
October 25, 6-9 pm
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
Julia Hoffmann, creative director of advertising and graphic design at the Museum of Modern Art, will be the guest speaker at this Visiting Artist Program lecture. For more information, contact Rocco Piscatello, 75661.

BIG IDEAS: SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN TOWN HALL MEETING
October 25, 6-8 pm
John E. Reeves Great Hall
Idiots’ Books founders Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr will discuss their collaboration and the realities of commercial publishing in a talk titled “The Virtues of Creative Impatience.” Idiots’ Books is a small press that publishes illustrated books and distributes them through a subscription service. For more information, contact Melanie Reim, 74318.

FASHION CONVERSATION: HAL RUBENSTEIN IN CONVERSATION WITH VALERIE STEELE
October 27, 11:30 am
Morris W. and Fannie B. Haft Auditorium
Hal Rubenstein, fashion director of InStyle magazine, will discuss his book 100 Unforgettable Dresses with Dr. Valerie Steele, director of The Museum at FIT, as part of the museum’s Fashion Culture series. Tickets are $20. For more information and to register, click here.

JAY AND PATTY BAKER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY DEAN’S FORUM
October 30, 6 pm
John E. Reeves Great Hall
Jennifer Hyman, co-founder of Rent the Runway, an online mail-order business that enables people to rent high-end clothing and accessories, will be the guest speaker at the fall 2012 forum. Hyman will answer questions from the audience. For more information, contact Karen Capone, 74334.

EXHIBITION: FASHION, A-Z: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE MUSEUM AT FIT, PART TWO
Through November 10
Fashion and Textile History Gallery, The Museum at FIT
This is the second of two exhibitions highlighting masterpieces from the museum’s permanent collection. More than 50 garments and accessories are on view, including work by Christian Dior, Martin Margiela, and Oscar de la Renta. For more information, click here.

EXHIBITION: IVY STYLE
Through January 5
Special Exhibitions Gallery, The Museum at FIT
The evolution of Ivy League fashion is featured in this exhibition, focusing on three important time periods: the interwar years of the 1920s and 1930s, the post-war era to the end of the 1960s, and the style’s revival from the 1980s to the present. Looks created by companies such as J. Press and Brooks Brothers as well as contemporary interpretations of the style from Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger are on view.


NEWS

THE MUSEUM AT FIT EARNS AAM ACCREDITATION
In July, the museum received accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums, the highest national recognition for a museum. The accrediting commission found that MFIT has “one of the most important collections of its type,” and that it’s “a good steward of its resources held in the public trust and committed to a philosophy of continual institutional growth.” Of the nation’s estimated 17,500 museums, 781 are currently accredited, and only 120 of those are university museums. For more information, click here.

STANTON FITNESS CENTER RECOGNIZED FOR OUTSTANDING DESIGN
The Lari and Barbara Stanton Fitness Center and architects David Smotrich & Partners have been recognized for “outstanding design” by American School & University magazine in its annual Educational Interiors Showcase issue, published in August. The fitness center, located in the sub-basement of the Dubinsky Student Center, was completed in December 2010.

FINE ARTS FACULTY MEMBER PUBLISHES TUTORIAL
Watson-Guptill, a division of Random House, has published an illustrated tutorial by Sylvie Covey titled Photoshop for Artists. She will present her book at a signing at the Art Students League Gallery, 215 W. 57th St., on October 24, at 7 pm. Contact Sylvie Covey for more information.

INTERIOR DESIGN FACULTY MEMBER FEATURED IN ARTICLE
Nicole Migeon was interviewed by the online architecture newsletter ArchNewsNow about her art, interior design, and architecture work. Contact Nicole Migeon, 75550, for more information.

ILLUSTRATION FACULTY MEMBER SPEAKS ON AIR FORCE ART
Melanie Reim spoke at the Society of Illustrators about her ongoing collaboration with the U.S. Air Force Art Program. The program sends artists to visually document Air Force bases around the globe. Reim’s most recent trip was to Cape Canaveral. Contact Melanie Reim, 74318, for more information.

CAREER AND INTERNSHIP CENTER FACULTY MEMBER CONTRIBUTES TO MAGAZINE
Hand/Eye magazine published two articles by Jeanne Golly about Southeast Asian artists in its fall 2012 issue. One article follows a textile artist working in Borneo; the other profiles a Cambodian artist working with issues of compassion and forgiveness in the post-Khmer Rouge era. For more information, contact Jeanne Golly [jeanne_golly@fitnyc.edu], 73542.

VISUAL PRESENTATION AND EXHIBITION DESIGN FACULTY MEMBER WINS AWARD
Anne Kong was recognized by Display and Design Ideas magazine as one of ten Retail Design Influencers in its 2012 Portfolio Awards issue earlier this year. The citation made special note of her work as a professor. The DDI Portfolio Awards are given based on an annual reader survey of industry peers. Kong accepted the award at a ceremony in California in September. For more information, contact Anne Kong, 75489.

ENGLISH FACULTY MEMBER PUBLISHED IN CRIME ANTHOLOGY
Albert Ashforth’s story “His Times Square Princess” was published in the anthology Crime Square, edited by Robert J. Randisi. The anthology features stories about criminal activities in the Times Square neighborhood from the turn of the century to the present. Contact Albert Ashforth, 75344, for more information.

INTERIOR DESIGN FACULTY MEMBER PARTICIPATES IN NEH SUMMER SEMINAR
This past summer, Johannes Knoops was selected for a five-week seminar through the National Endowment for the Humanities held at the American Academy in Rome. The seminar was titled “Communications, Empire, and the City of Rome.” Knoops was one of 16 scholars chosen from a wide variety of disciplines, and he pursued independent research there along with collaborative work. For more information, contact Johannes Knoops, 75585.

COMMUNICATION DESIGN FACULTY MEMBER SPEAKS AT CONFERENCE, PUBLISHES ARTICLE
C.J. Yeh presented his paper titled “Can Techies Be Creative?” at the Seventh International Conference on the Arts in Society, in July in Liverpool, England. Over 180 delegates from 32 countries representing a range of disciplines participated in the conference. Also, Yeh’s article “Human Body Perception in the Digital Age” was published in the Taiwanese design magazine DFUN. For more information, contact C.J. Yeh, 75676.

UCE OF FIT MEMBERS TO PARTICIPATE IN BREAST CANCER WALK
Team UCE of FIT will take part in the fourth annual fundraising walk Making Strides Against Breast Cancer on October 21. Over the past three years, the FIT group has raised over $30,000. To donate or participate in this year’s walk, click here [http://tinyurl.com/ucestrides].


ANNOUNCEMENTS

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS: ECHO OF VOICES INTERNATIONAL POETRY FESTIVAL
Faculty and staff are invited to assist in preparations for an international poetry festival that will be held at FIT in April 2014. The festival, coordinated by the Foreign Languages Department in partnership with the PEN American Center, will feature multilingual poetry readings, workshops, and interdisciplinary events. To find out how you can get involved, visit echofvoices.org, or contact Madeline Millan, 75017.

CALL FOR ENTRIES: FIT FACULTY AND STAFF EXHIBITION, TRANSFORMATION
Faculty and staff are invited to submit their work for consideration in this year’s exhibition in the Lynn and Carl Goldstein Gallery on the ninth floor of the Feldman Center. This year’s theme is transformation. Artists must submit two separate works for consideration; artists who submit only one work or more than two works will not be considered. Deadline for submissions is October 22. The exhibition will be on view from November 21 through October 24, 2013. Click here to submit your work; contact James Pearce for more information.

FALL 2012 WELLNESS SCHEDULE
The Student-Faculty Corporation offers free lunchtime exercise classes for all faculty and staff:

Through December 14
Mondays—Pilates, 1-2 pm, Room BX28
Tuesdays—Body Toning, 1-2 pm, Room AX39
Thursdays—Yoga, 1-2 pm, Room AX25
Fridays—Ethnic Dance Aerobics, 1-2 pm, Room AX39

Locker and shower facilities are located near the gym area. You may use a locker only during class time, must bring your own combination lock, and must empty your locker after class. Portable mats are available for purchase at a discounted price of $10; bring a check, payable to FIT Student Faculty Corporation, to Human Resources, 236 West 27 Street, 11th floor. For more information, contact Bonnie Born, 73667.

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
American Councils for International Education—Research Scholar Program: For three to nine months in Central Asia, Russia, Southeast Europe and Ukraine. Award: $25,000. Deadline: October 1.

National Humanities Center Fellowship Program: Applicants must hold a doctorate or equivalent. Areas of interest: art history, visual culture, French history/culture, and humanistic fields involving religion. Awards: $60,000 plus travel expenses. Deadline: October 15.

Lilly Library at Indiana University—Bloomington: Fellowships support research in British, French, American literature and history, TV, film, radio, architecture, food and drink. Short-term fellowships for graduate and post-doctoral scholars are available. Award: $1,500. Deadline: October 15.

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture Scholars-in-Residence Program: Fellowships are available for six months to a year for research and writing on the history, literature, and cultures of the peoples of Africa and the African diaspora. Award: $30,000. Deadline: November 1.

American Association of University Women Career Development Grants: Grants support women who hold a bachelor's degree and are preparing to advance their careers, change careers, or re-enter the work force. Primary consideration is given to women of color and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields. Funds are available for tuition, fees, books, supplies, local transportation, and dependent care. Awards range from $2,000 to $12,000. Deadline: December 15.
For other funding opportunities, view the Grants Digest online. For more information, contact the Grants Office, 73622.

SUSTAINABILITY GRANTS AVAILABLE
Do you have a great idea for making FIT more green? As a part of the FIT/SUNY sustainability initiative, an annual fund of $15,000 supports sustainability projects that will benefit the FIT community. Administered by the FIT Sustainability Council, grants of up to $5,000 per project are awarded to individuals or groups. Assistance with proposals is available. Proposals are due November 9. Click here for more information on applying, or contact Robert Vassalotti, 74882, or Grazyna Pilatowicz, 75574. Note: The Grants Office will be offering grant writing tips on September 27 during common hour for those interested in applying for this grant.

DIVERSITY COUNCIL OFFERS EVENT AND PROJECT SUPPORT
An event or project that fosters inclusion and diversity can carry the Diversity Council’s stamp of support on promotional materials and be posted on the college-wide calendar on the council’s website. Complete the form here to let the council know about your event or project.

DIVERSITY GRANTS AVAILABLE
President Joyce F. Brown established an annual grant fund of $15,000, administered by the Diversity Council, to encourage the development of educational projects, scholarly research, creative endeavors, and professional activities that promote tolerance and inclusion. A maximum of $5,000 is awarded to each winning proposal. Click here for more information on applying.

ONLINE EVENT CALENDAR FOR CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
The Center for Excellence in Teaching provides faculty-to-faculty training on incorporating technology into teaching, workshops on teaching methodologies, and a range of professional development opportunities. Check their online calendar for upcoming events here, and learn more about the faculty resources available through the center by visiting fitnyc.edu/cet. For more information, contact Elaine Maldonado, 74062.

TECHNOLOGY TRAINING
Dates for technology training have been announced. Sign up for technology training or consulting on FIT systems such as the portal, email, MS Office, web files, and more on the website. For more information, contact the Technology Development Team.

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION ONLINE TRAINING
FIT employees are required to complete two online training sessions that fulfill federal Affirmative Action requirements for government employees. The sessions, Preventing Sexual Harassment and Preventing Employee Discrimination, take 60 to 90 minutes each, and do not have to be completed in one sitting. You should complete both sessions by the last day of the anniversary month in which you were hired (for example, if you were hired on January 15, complete the training by January 30). Click here to access online sessions. For more information, contact Griselda Gonzalez, 74009.

EMERGENCY MESSAGING SIGN-UP
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to register online for FIT's emergency alert system. The system uses email, phone, and text messages to provide effective emergency communications to the college community, both on and off campus. To opt in, click on the emergency messaging system link in the Web Resources channel on the MyFIT tab.