Graduating Student Exhibition

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School of Art and Design Graduating Student Exhibition

May 17–29

This annual exhibition presents the work of more than 600 student graduates in 16 areas of study from the School of Art and Design.

The work is the culmination of each student’s unique experience in FIT’s diverse, challenging, and demanding undergraduate art and design programs. Featuring juried, award-winning, and thesis projects, this presentation is the manifestation of several years of research, experimentation, critical thinking, and artistic proficiency. The Graduating Student Exhibition advances the college’s philosophy that integrates practice in industry with theory and teaching inside the studio.


The exhibition is on view in several spaces on FIT's campus at West 27th Street. Each program is listed below with its exhibit's location.  

The Graduating Student Exhibition is open to the public; COVID-19-protective masks are required in all FIT buildings at this time. 

campus mapFootwear and Accessories Design AAS
Feldman Center—Lobby, 2nd Floor Vestibule

Footwear and Accessories Design BFA 
Feldman Center—Lobby, Showcase

Advertising and Digital Design
Animation, Interactive Media, and Game Design 
The Museum at FIT—Gallery FIT

Fabric Styling
Fashion Design BFA
Fashion Design—Art
Fashion Design—Menswear
Jewelry Design
Packaging Design
Goodman Resource Center—Lobby

Fine Arts—Sculpture
Fine Arts—Painting
Pomerantz Center—Main Lobby Gallery

Fine Arts—Painting
Pomerantz Center—North Wall

Photography and Related Media
Pomerantz Center—Back Gallery

Fine Arts—Sculpture
Pomerantz Center—Elevator Lobby

Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design
Pomerantz Center—Lobby Windows 
Pomerantz Center—2nd Floor Studio Space

Illustration
Textile/Surface Design
Toy Design
Fine Arts—Painting 
Fine Arts—Sculpture 
The Museum at FIT—Main Gallery

Graphic Design
Interior Design
The Museum at FIT—Entrance Gallery

Note: The Museum at FIT is located in the Goodman Resource Center on the campus map.