Archive on Demand is a new online video platform created by the FIT Library. Our goal is to make videos of lectures and events that occur on campus available online to the FIT community and the general public. This online video resource is a wonderful way to increase access to some of the lectures, events, exhibitions, and instruction happening at FIT and share them with a wider audience. We invite you to get involved. Contact the AOD team for more information.
Archive on Demand currently accepts videos from members of the FIT community. We would love to see what you are working on! Check out our submissions page for more information. To arrange the recording of an upcoming campus event, contact the Technology Development Team.
These videos were produced by the Fashion Institute of Technology ("FIT") and are the property of FIT. FIT expressly prohibits the copying, displaying, or uploading to a website of any portion of these videos, except for the purposes of fair use as defined in the copyright laws, without express written permission from FIT.
If you feel a work violates copyright law, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and notify us immediately. Our intention is purely educational, but we will promptly remove any material determined to be in violation.
Archive on Demand’s channels feature videos from a wide-range of FIT Schools and Departments where you will find faculty lectures, guest speakers, museum exhibitions, special events, and student fashion shows.
The Museum at FIT hosts the Fashion Culture lecture series, video tours, symposia, and many other events related to their world-class exhibitions.
The School of Art and Design hosts a wide variety of events including the ArtSpeak series, Face and Places in Fashion, and exhibitions, tutorials, and lectures of faculty, guest artists, designers, and industry professionals.
The capstone (final thesis) presentations by the graduating class of the Master’s in Professional Studies program of Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management. Working in teams, graduating students develop an innovative, in-depth, interdisciplinary approach to a strategic topic determined by the faculty and present their results to a panel of industry experts.
Instructional videos on library resources, spotlights from the library collection, and the Love Your Library guest speaker series.
Commencement speeches, informational videos, collaborations between FIT Departments, and general interest programming.
The School of Business and Technology hosts the Talking Trade series as well as events by departments such as International Trade and Marketing.
Videos of FIT’s renown Future of Fashion event featuring the work of the graduating class. Also included are videos from the Milan program and the popular Pet Fashion Show.
The School of Liberal Arts hosts visiting writers and scholars, including the recent award-winning authors Jennifer Egan and Claudia Rankine.
Part of the FIT Library, Special Collections is a resource and study center for the fashion industry, fashion historians, researchers, and students. Its collection includes rare books and periodicals on fashion, textiles, oral histories, and designer sketches and scrapbooks.
FIT’s Diversity Council helps students, faculty and staff fulfill their personal and professional potential by creating a climate of inclusion and equality within the FIT community. The Council presents several events and programs fostering diverse relationships and cultivating an inclusive learning environment.