I did this on a grid.....important points of the research, how the information will help me, an what point will specifically help me.
Students may elect either a curatorial or a conservation emphasis, but all students are taught basic conservation skills, current collections management methods, and the proper exhibition techniques for costumes and textiles.
To supplement their historical and analytical courses, students are required to complete at least one internship, write a master’s qualifying paper based on original research, and take an active role in a yearlong course that culminates in a professional exhibition at The Museum at FIT.
Curriculum below is for the entering class of Fall 2019.
Becky Conekin, Acting Associate Chairperson [email protected]/fashiontextilehistory COMMON REQUIREMENTS All degree programs require that students maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 every semester while enrolled in the program.
Page 27) Evaluation of whole folder...research, designing, developments, planning, making, design spec..... On other half of page - things to consider- client, function, safety, fabric, style, time available, cost, size, event, component.
Page 26) Evaluation of product...improvemetns and advice to manufacturer. Page 22) User trials..I did every day activites with my item on.... Page 23) Production plan....lesson by lesson plan...I did in each..health and safety considerations for each lesson...quality control checks.Page 24) Public survey of final item Page 25) Fabric test....Page 14) Health safety and risk assesment..every action that I would need to do to create my product I wrote risks and evaluated the chance of the risk. Looked at different fabrics and fibre contents...evaluated them against my product spec and looked how suitable they would be to use.Page 16) Final design....large picture of design in pen and coloured in on a model...of annotation.....examples of embelishment.....evaluate against product spec...evaluate overall.Page 17)Manufacturng specification.....a flat image drawn in pencil....fabric description (actual fabric being used)...stitch detail.....components used...label.....packaging info.....total cost and quantities. I took photos and did a step by step....indicating any problems I had.Page 19) Environmental considerations...example dying of the fabric....be more environmental I would use cold water dyes, or use a fabric made from natural or single blend fibres. I have done quite a few pages but have quite a bit left.Page 2) Image board - pictures of existing products, fabric samples, component samples, etc....an evaluation, why I needed a mood board, why I have chosen those items on the mood board.Page 20) Production flow chart....to look this up..explain it very well.Page 21) Mass manufacture...I would make my product if it was mass manufactured.