Printed garments from the Historic Costume Collection inspired students in textile design courses to create repeat designs using digital and hand screen printing.
This exhibition is developed in cooperation with Dr. Barbara Trout, curator of the Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design Department historic costume collection, Lecturer Michael Burton who worked with students from TMFD 425/825 "Advanced Design for Printed Textiles: and Professor Wendy Weiss who worked with students from TMFD 225 Surface Design on Textiles."
This event will provide students with the opportunity to: Meet and engage with employers and graduate/professional schools; Learn about internships, part-time employment, scholarships, shadowing and research opportunities; Increase knowledge of the skills and experiences needed to be successful following graduation; Get connected. Please RSVP and view list of participating organizations by visiting: www.surveymonkey.com/s/unlnetworking. Refreshments will be served. Business Casual Dress. Sponsored by Career Services and Students of Color Career Advisory Committee in association with the Multicultural Business Student Association.